- NEW FOR 2013
WHAT IS Splatmaster PAINTBALL
- The biggest difference is the gun and ammo. The pistol is powered by battery and it only shoots at 110-150 feet per second. Whereas a typical Co2 powered paintball gun shoots at 300 feet per second. Ammo is also designed differently. Splatmaster ammo has a special shell that makes the ball splat easier and especially at lower speeds.
- Yes. You may use your own goggles or ours. But you cannot use safety glasses. Goggles are required to play.
- Although ammo from JT Splatmaster is completely washable with water and non-staining, our paintball fields may be shared with previous paintball fun. Therefore, we suggest you do not wear your Sunday best or clothes you would be upset if get stained.
***OUTSIDE PAINTBALLS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THIS FACILITY***
***MUST BE 8 YEARS OR OLDER TO PLAY splatmaster***
It’s like paintball for beginners. All the mess, all the fun, but not nearly the pain!
Children 8 years and up can finally join in the paintball game. It’s a great way to get kids away from video games and sneak in exercise. Fathers and sons especially love this bonding experience. But don’t let that fool you, girls like to play too. JT Splatmaster paintball teaches basic paintball safety and etiquette.
Adults love it too! It’s all the paintball experience without the pain and expensive gear. It’s safe, easy and cost effective.
This low impact JT Splatmaster combat uses smaller paintballs and special spring loaded guns that are easy to cock, pull and shoot. Thanks to battery power versus Co2 power, the velocity speeds of Splatmaster ammo is only 110-150 feet per second. This gives the warrior a chance to see the paintball fly thru the air and splat everywhere. Yet the mark smith is still extremely accurate and has a fun range of 50 to 100+ feet. Real paint is used for ammo. They are 100% biodegradable, non-toxic, resists stains and completely washable of course. Paint breaks upon contact to give the game more splat fun!
Since ammo is designed to break easily, impact is hardly felt. At times, close range hits may feel like a minor rubber band snap. But there is definitely no debate if one was hit or not due to the awesome splat, yet no black and blue body marks left after the game. Goggles are required to protect the eyes and ammo should never be shot in close range to the face.
Games are played via RSVP only. Groups of 4 to 24 can play together on one of our
two indoor fields;
Astroturf speed ball field
our realistic urban environment.
Each JT Splatmaster gun comes with 15 rounds per game, for 8 games. Games typically last 5-10 minutes. When you’re out of ammo, you’re out of the game. This allows younger warriors to enjoy the full environment without getting splat out right away.
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