Which Caliber Is Used For…
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What is the Impact Difference?
Low Impact Paintball hits with approximately one third of the sting of the traditional Standard Impact Paintball.
What is the Size Difference?
The .50 Caliber is about half the size of the ,68 caliber paintball. Because of the size difference there is also a weight difference which is going to make the Low Impact Paintball about a third of the sting of the traditional Standard Impact Paintball.
What is the Difference in Equipment?
With the Low Impact Paintballs guns are smaller & lighter than the traditional Standard Impact Paintball.
Are There Age Restrictions?
To play Low Impact Paintball you must be at least 6-years old.
To play Standard Impact Paintball you must be at least 10-years old.
What do the Open Sessions use?
At the Indoor Arena in Everett we use the Low Impact Paintball so players can be as young as 6-years old to play in the Open Sessions at the Indoor Arena.
At the Outdoor Park in Snohomish we use the Standard Impact Paintball so players must be at least 10-years old to play in the Open Sessions at the Outdoor Park.
What if I Book a Private Group?
When you book a Private Paintball Party at DoodleBug Sportz you get to pick the impact for your party.
At the Indoor Arena in Everett we always recommend the Low Impact Paintball. We do that because the fields are a little smaller so the Low Impact works perfectly at the Indoor Arena. The only people we recommend use the Standard Impact Paintball at the Indoor Arena for a Private Group are going to be really rugged bachelor parties, constructions companies… guys that are really gung ho.
At the Outdoor Park in Snohomish we recommend anyone over about the age of 12-years old use the Standard Impact Paintball, while if the majority of your party is 12 & under we would recommend using the Low Impact Paintballs for your Private Group at the Outdoor Park.
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