Paintball Package for Two, Four, or Six from Go Paintball USA (Up to 84% Off)

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5 Ratings

Great family fun!
Crystal M. · August 9, 2015

What You'll Get


Choose from Three Options

  • $10 for a paintball package for two ($45 value)
  • $16 for a paintball package for four ($80 value)
  • $22 for a paintball package for six ($140 value)

Packages include admission, plus all necessary rental equipment. Paintballs and air are not included.

Paintball Markers: Gas Power Instead of Gun Powder

For their first-ever duel, the men credited with founding the sport of paintball armed themselves with guns designed to herd cattle, which they found in an agricultural catalog. Read on for more on the history and mechanics of the paintball marker.

Most basic paintball markers—or paintball guns, as they’re commonly called—are powered by a propulsion system that runs on compressed carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or air. When the trigger is pulled, a paintball emerges from the hopper on top of the marker and is propelled out of the barrel thanks to a burst of this compressed gas. These sophisticated contraptions would be unrecognizable to early players of the game, whose pellet-spewing weapons were decidedly cruder and certainly not designed for combat play. Hayes Neal, one of the sport’s founders, recalled, “A friend of ours found a gun in an agricultural catalog that was used by cattlemen to march cows . . . We bought two of these things and had ourselves a little duel.” In the years since that first round of paintball was played, the sport and equipment have evolved substantially, with many different markers of varying calibers and firing powers available to players.

To ensure player safety and uphold fair-play standards, most paintball ranges make players chronograph their markers before play commences and at regular intervals throughout the course of the game. The chronograph process entails shooting the marker and measuring ball speed in order to calibrate marker speed so that it doesn’t fire too slowly—which results in paintballs not breaking upon hitting others—or too quickly. When firing the marker, players should avoid shooting from the hip and instead pull the marker tight into their shoulder, taking aim by looking down its barrel.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 5 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must redeem online prior to visiting field. Vouchers not redeemable at field locations. Parental waiver reqd if under 18. Valid only for open play sessions; not valid for private parties or events. Outside paint not permitted. Passes do not include paint or air. Not valid with other discounts or offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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