Paintball Rental Air Gun Variations
At Paintball USA, we offer two kinds of paintballs and markers. The standard .68 caliber Tippmann Model 98 air gun is what most teens and adults use. It is a semi-automatic paintball marker that shoots a .68 caliber paintball, which is the size of a marble.
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The .68 caliber semi-automatic marker has been in existence for many years. Prior to the semi-auto air guns, the pump paintball air gun was the only marker available.
The .50 caliber paintball soft F-50 semi-automatic Tippmann marker was produced in the last 7-10 years.
The .50 caliber semi-automatic air gun shoots small .50 caliber paintballs that are half the size of a .68 caliber paintball. This is a perfect gun beginner players ages nine years old through adult. The .50 caliber marker is lighter weight than the .68 caliber and the paintball is propelled out of the barrel with less force.
When you are hit with a .50 caliber paintball, it is less painful due to its size. See our photo gallery for pictures of the .50 and .68 caliber markers and paintballs. https://www.paintballusa.org/gallery/
Both markers are sturdy and used as rentals at paintball parks. A tank filled with compressed air is attached to the back of each marker which provides a pressurized force to propel the paintball at its target.
Paintball USA offers money saving inclusive rental packages that include the necessities such as all-day park admission, choice of air gun, safety battle mask, chest protector vest, ammo pouch to carry additional paintballs, air tank fills and a bag of 500 paintballs that can last for several games of capture the flag. https://www.paintballusa.org/pricing
When planning paintball birthday parties or family get togethers, google paintball parks near me. You should find out the following information.
- The park’s minimum player age.
- Ask your guests if they have played paintball before.
- If they have played, what paintball park they visited.
- What they liked or did not like about that paintball park.
- Call and speak to a representative at a paintball park near you.
- Ask the rep if the park is safety certified and what rules they follow.
- Ask about private games and private parties.
- Are you allowed to bring in food and beverages?
- Find out if you can get helpful hints on what to wear.
- Check Yelp for reviews of paintball parks near you.
- Finally, ask how long the park has been in business.
If you receive good customer service from a rep during your first call to the paintball park near you, chances are, you will also experience good customer service during your visit.
Call Paintball USA to book your reservation now (661) 255-5332 or fill out the contact page on our web site https://www.paintballusa.org/contact We love hosting birthday parties to remember!