About our equipment:

A paintball is a round capsule with coloured liquid inside it. A paintball's thin outer shell is usually made of gelatine. Paintballs are similar to large, round vitamin capsules or bath-oil beads. The fill inside a paintball is non-toxic, non caustic, water soluble, and biodegradable. It rinses out of clothing and washes off skin with mild soap and water.

Paintballs come in a rainbow of colours, such as blue, pink, white, orange, yellow, green, and other bright hues. The outer shell of a paintball may be a colour swirl or two-toned. The inner fill of the paintball may be a different colour than the outer shell.

When a paintball tags a player, the thin outer layer of the paintball splits open and the liquid fill inside leaves a bright paint mark. A player who is marked is eliminated from the game. Usually the mark must be the size of a 50c piece to be considered big enough to eliminate the player. Smaller amounts of fill that mark a player is called splatter and usually do not eliminate the player.

Paint guns (Markers)
Paint guns used during paintball are called markers. These markers work with refillable CO2 to expel the paintball.  Beginners has no need to worry, we give training on how to use the equipment before the game starts.  It's very easy to use the equipment.