1. SAFETY GOGGLES MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES.
Players must wear goggles whenever they leave the registration and staging area. At no time will a player be allowed to break the seal of the goggle from the eyes. Only goggles specifically approved for paintball are allowed. Any goggle lens that has a crack in it is not allowable.
2. NO SHOOTING AT THE NECK OR HEAD. DO NOT SHOOT WILDLIFE. NO BLIND SHOOTING.
Players must never intentionally fire at another player's head. Players must always be looking for their targets.
3. NO SHOOTING INTO OR OUT OF STAGING AREA, NEUTRAL ZONES OR PARKING AREAS. BARREL PLUS ARE REQUIRED IN THESE AREAS.
Players must never discharge their guns anywhere with the exception of the target range or the particular playing field the game is being played on. Players may never remove barrel plugs unless at the target range or when told to do so by the referee. Only devices manufactured as Barrel Plugs may be used. Squeegees and other such items may not be used.
4. NO CLIMBING OF TREES OR STRUCTURES.
Players may never climb any trees, onto any structures, or into/onto or under.
5. NO PHYSICAL CONTACT.
Players may never touch another player or his equipment during the play of game.
6. NO UNAUTHORIZED EQUIPMENT.
Players are not allowed to bring onto the playing field any equipment deemed unsafe or not appropriate by the field operator. Players are not allowed to use any gun that has an enhanced trigger mode. All guns must be actual semi-auto. One complete trigger pull for each round fired. Players are not allowed to wear metal cleats. Players are never allowed to bring onto the field knives of any size, tools of any sort, machetes, axes, hatchets, paint grenades, paint mines, multiple paintball launchers, pyrotechnics, smoke grenades, or any type of firearms or explosives.
7. AVOID FIELD HAZARDS.
Players should avoid all obvious hazards such as fences, ruts, and vines.
8. CONSTRUCT NO BOOBY TRAPS.
Players may never construct anything that will hinder the movement of other players. Players are not allowed to construct any sort of barricades or bunkers. Players may not alter any natural or man made features.
9. NO ALCOHOL OR ILLEGAL DRUGS ARE ALLOWED.
Alcohol and illegal drugs are not allowed on the premises.
10. SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED.
Due to the outdoors, smoking is not permitted.
11. NO VERBAL OR PHYSICAL ABUSE.
No profanity, name-calling, or slurs against anyone's race, color, religion, national origin, or family members will be tolerated. Players with nicknames that are suggestive in nature (ie Butt Head, Dick Wad, etc) should not use them here. Physical fighting will not be tolerated. Any patron engaging in verbal or physical abuse of another patron or park employee will be removed from the premises. Depending on severity of the incident, police may be called and charges pressed against patron violating this policy.
12. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE COMPONENTS FROM RENTAL EQUIPMENT.
Players are never allowed to remove any parts or components from rental equipment.
13. DO NOT LEAVE GUNS IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT.
Referees should insure that players do not leave their guns exposed to the sun. It takes anywhere from 3 to 10 minutes for a Co2 tank to over pressurize and blow the rupture disk.
14. JUDGES DECISIONS ARE FINAL.
Players are not allowed to argue with any judge. Judges will be happy to discuss any call after the game. Referees should not engage in an argument with the players over any subject matter. Avoid this at all costs. An argument is a challenge to your authority as a referee. Never raise your voice or verbally demean the player. Tell them your decision is final and if there is need for further discussion you will gladly do so after the game in the Registration Area. If the player continues to press the argument/discussion you should ask him/her "Are you violating Safety Rule 14 and arguing with me?" If their response is yes then their armband should be pulled and the player should be informed that they will be sitting out two games for a safety rules violation and that if they continue after this they will be expelled for the day.
15. OTHER UNSAFE CONDITION OR UNSAFE ACT.
Any unsafe condition created by the guest or any unsafe act performed by the guest that in the safety judgment of the judge or referee would result in any injury to the guest or others, the violator will be suspended from the game or expelled from the field for the day.
ANY VIOLATION OF THE SAFETY RULES WILL RESULT IN THE OFFENDING PLAYER BEING REMOVED FROM PLAY FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE DAY.
- Dr. Daniel Williams D.C.
- 2453 County Road,
- 600 E Dewey, IL 61840