Safety First

LET’S PLAY PAINTBALL

Paintball by its nature is a dirty sport. You are covering each other with paint, after all! With that in mind, it’s also important to remember that Steeltown Paintball Park is completely outdoors, so there will be dust and mud as well. Keep these things in mind when you’re planning, and you’ll have a great time!

Following these simple rules will keep you safe on the paintball field!

  1. SAFETY GOGGLES MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES.

Players must wear goggles whenever they enter any designated playing area. At no time will a player be allowed to break the seal of the goggle from the eyes. Only goggles specifically approved for paintball are allowed. Guests must immediately report rental goggle lens cracks to the Referee or Equipment Room staff. Any goggle lens that has a crack is not allowed.

  1. BARREL COVERS REQUIRED. Players may never remove their barrel cover unless at the target area or when told to do so by a referee. If you lose your barrel cover point your gun at the ground and call for assistance from a member of the staff.
  1. NO SHOOTING AT THE NECK OR HEAD.

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

  1. DO NOT SHOOT THE WILDLIFE.

Anyone caught shooting the wildlife will be immediately ejected from the park.

  1. NO BLIND FIRING.

Players must always be looking at their targets.

  1. NO SHOOTING INTO OR OUT OF STEELTOWN PAINTBALL PARK, NEUTRAL ZONES OR PARKING AREAS.

Players may never discharge their markers anywhere with the exception of the Target Range or the particular field that their game is being held on.

Barrel socks are required at all times and may only be removed at the Target Range or on the instruction of a Referee on the playing field.

Only products manufactured with the intent of being a barrel sock may be used. Squeegees and other such items may not be used.

Dry firing is not allowed in Central Park.

  1. 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.

  1. NO PHYSICAL CONTACT.

Players may never touch another player or his equipment. Any fighting will result in Police Action being taken.

  1. 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 are not allowed to use ANY gun that has an enhanced trigger mode. All guns must be actual semi-automatic. One complete trigger pull for each round fired. This includes but is not limited to Auto Response Triggers, Ramping boards, etc.

Players are not allowed to wear metal cleats.

Players are NEVER ALLOWED to bring onto the field knives of any size, tools of any sort, machetes, axes, hatchets, paint mines, multiple paintball launchers, pyrotechnics, or any type of firearms or explosives.

  1. AVOID FIELD HAZARDS.

Players should avoid all obvious hazards such as fences, ruts and vines. Players should report any hazards to Steeltown staff.

  1. 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.

Players may not construct trip lines.

  1. ABSOLUTELY NO DRUGS OR ALCHOHOL ON THE PREMISES. Players may not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol while playing paintball at Steeltown Paintball Park.
  1. SHOOT LESS THAN 300 FPS (feet per second)

When adjusting your paintball marker remember to set your velocity under 300 FPS. Shooting speed can be clocked using a paintball chronograph that is available at SteelTown Paintball. A referee will assist you in adjusting your paintball marker velocity to a safe level before playing. All of our rental markers are preset below 300Fps.