The origins of paintball can be traced to the 1970s with the paintball marker used to mark trees and cattle. The first paintball game was played in New Hampshire in June, 1981 by Bob Gurnsey, Hayes Noel, Charles Gaines, and nine others. From there, the sport began to popularize quickly. The first recreational paintball field opened up in 1982. In 1983, the first tournament was held, with a grand prize of $14,000. The next year, 1984, saw the first indoor paintball field. In the late 80s, paintball fields began to appear in England and Canada. By 1991, fields were opening throughout Europe. In 1992, the National Professional Paintball League (NPPL) was founded and began hosting highly-publicized tournaments offering hundreds of thousands of dollars in prizes. By 1996, paintball fields and tournaments were being established and hosted all around the world. Paintball today is played by over 9.8 million people worldwide, according to the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association International, making it the number 3 Extreme Sport behind in-line skating and Skateboarding.
just a lil side note, the first paintball gun is the Nelspot 007
No, your paintballing smoke grenade will not work if left outside overnight in the rain.
12 is the minimal age with parental consent, but, if you're over 16 you can go paintballing without parental consent.
Roughest estimate: $50.
paintballing, rowing, skipping
the minimum age is 10
Because it were happen to awesome.
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There is combat zone close to Newcastle west
There are but google for sited near your location.
well the adult gun is more powerful than the junior and i know this because i have been paintballing when i was junior and twice when i am older
Cuz u wear masks and red jumpsuits
small disposable CO2 cartridges for certain markers
maybe at least 6 or 8 to what ever
Because its awesome! you should try it its so fun!
the legal age requirement for insurance is 10.
Yes if they are responsible.
The Daily Orbit - 2012 Cosmic Paintballing 1-45 was released on: USA: 29 October 2012
Yes! paintball is statistically one of the safest sports in the country.
normally 13, but it can vary from different paintball fields
normally 13, but it vary from different paintball fields.
Cross country running, paintballing, orienteering.
State,County, and Municipal laws regulate this activity.
It should be fine for Photosensitive epilepsy. Otherwise you should consult a physician.
NO because you don't often get shot in the neck. But it's optional.