If your son is 11+ and interested in paintball and does not mind some pain, then yes.
Some of them
Usually, paintball fields only allow players 10 years old and up, but some fields will let younger kids play if their parents play with them.
all of the public paintball fields will not let you do anything without a paintball mask baggy clothing. old jeans, long sleeve shirt, anything old that you dont mind getting dirty.
Ummm... Dont ask for it, and behave.
you get a better computer
Yes because I don't see why. by: Jason the Answerer
no you should let them get there grades up
For convincing parents of anything, you should try explaining the benefits of it to them first. Common arguments. concerns for being able to play paintball are: physical activity, safety and cost. If you can show them this, in an intelligent way, you have a better chance of them saying yes. You could also ask them to go paintball once with you. However some parents simply don't want anything to do with "gun's" then you are simply out of luck.
Paintball is probably too advanced for children under 7. However you shouldn't let any child play unsupervised, especially if they don't have the proper safety gear.
Well, if you really want it to play Paintball, then prove that to them. Get a job mowing yards to raise your own money for it, and start running laps and such to get in shape. Eventually they'll realize you're serious.
let us play music (make passive)