What is paintball?

Paintball or paintball (from English paint and ball - a ball full of coloured paint) is a collective, sporting and tactical game. It uses pneumatic guns, which are called markers. It is shot with spherical, gelatine balls filled with water-soluble paint. The aim of the game is to hit as many opponents as possible. A struck opponent is anyone who has a paint stain on them or has gone outside the boundaries of the playing field.

Most often, pellets are fired from low-energy air guns, and these are powered by compressed air or carbon dioxide. The sport of paintball is defined as extreme, but there are also fans who play it for fun.

Paintball can be played indoors or outdoors, on artificial or natural pitches of various sizes. With serious preparation the game can last even days.


  1. Wear a protective mask;
  2. Use protective equipment;
  3. Be with all equipment;
  4. Observe the rules of safe play;

A little history

  1. Creator - Bob Guernsey,Hayes Noel, Charles Gaines, Town of Henniker, New Hampshire. They discussed creating a stalking game. And the year was 1981.
  2. First game played - June 27, 1981;
  3. In 1992 was the foundation of NPPL (National Professional Paintball League) ;
  4. In 1995 paintball fields were opened all over Europe, Asia and South America;

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