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Safety Rules

1.SAFETY MASKS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES.

Players must wear masks whenever they leave the safe area. Only Masks specifically approved for paintball are allowed. Guests must immediately report rental mask lens cracks to the Referee or staff.

MASKS

The most important rule in paintball is that all players must wear a protective goggle system or mask at all times when they are playing or near other people who are playing. While paintballs will not cause permanent injury to most areas of the body, the eyes, and to a lesser extent the ears, are vulnerable to serious injury if hit by a paintball.

Paintball masks are specifically designed for the sport, and the goggles are capable of withstanding a direct hit from a paintball traveling at well over 300 feet per second (90 m/s), the safety limit adopted by paintball marker manufacturers. The lenses of the goggles are composed of either single sheets of tough plastic, or thermal lenses, which cut down on fogging.

Most masks have flaps that protect the ears, and some include a visor to shade the player from sunlight. Some players use masks that cover the entire head for maximum protection, while the majority of tournament-level players choose smaller masks that offer a wider field of view, better hearing, vocal communication and more venting. Recently, small timers were created to fit in the goggle, alerting the user to a certain time in the game. Goggle lenses which are cracked are not allowed.

2. NO SHOOTING AT THE HEAD or Neck

Players may never intentionally fire at another player's head.

3. DO NOT SHOOT THE WILDLIFE.

No shooting the wildlife.

4. NO BLIND FIRING.

Players must always be looking at their targets.

5. NO SHOOTING INTO OR OUT OF THE GAME AREAS, NEUTRAL ZONES OR PARKING AREAS.

  • Players may never fire their markers anywhere with the exception of the Target Range or game zone that their game is being held on.
  • No shooting a the Referee on the playing field.
  • No Dry firing of the marker is allowed.

6. NO CLIMBING OF TREES, STRUCTURES, OR VEHICLES.

Players may never climb any trees, go through any windows, onto any structures or into, on top of, or under any vehicles.

7. NO PHYSICAL CONTACT.

  • Players may never touch another player or his equipment. Any fighting will result in Police Action being taken.
  • Remember it's just a game

8. NO UNAUTHORIZED EQUIPMENT.

  • Players are not allowed to bring onto the playing field equipment deemed to be unsafe or inappropriate by the field operator.
  • Players can only use equipment supplied by Bedlam.
  • Players are are only allowed to use pyrotechnics, smoke grenades, supplied by Bedlam and must be over 18 years of age.

9. AVOID FIELD HAZARDS.

Players should avoid all obvious hazards.

10. 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.