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#1 Bravotv

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Posted 27 August 2012 - 10:13 PM

In my area paintball is pretty dead, apart from a few bushball games and like two tourney's nothing happens. There was a field here but it closed 5 years ago. Anyone have any idea's or tips on how to get people interested? Because there are plenty of people with a Spyder or Tippmann in their closet and many more willing to try it out.

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Posted 27 August 2012 - 10:30 PM

In my area paintball is pretty dead, apart from a few bushball games and like two tourney's nothing happens. There was a field here but it closed 5 years ago. Anyone have any idea's or tips on how to get people interested? Because there are plenty of people with a Spyder or Tippmann in their closet and many more willing to try it out.



So... people will probably hate on me for this... but....

Since so many people have low end mech's, if You have the money/know how start an outlaw field. Buy this Chrono:
http://www.ansgear.c...darchronrof.htm

Then get a Co2 Fill Station:
http://www.ansgear.c...ch=Fill Station

Make some simple but basic Rules (Barrel socks, Masks, Reffing, paint types, Prices for fills)

Biggest thing in the way is finding a plot of land to use. Make sure you have the property's owner's permission, preferably in writing.

And yeah.... that's the best way since there is no field in your area.




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