How to Start a Paintball Business?

Paintball is now among the most popular outdoor games that people of all ages can play. Paintball is played as a recreational activity among family and friends and as a bonding activity among business colleagues. Paintball has become so popular that it is played by millions worldwide, making it a potentially profitable business that entrepreneurs can engage in.

If you want to take advantage of the growing popularity of the paintball game, it is a good idea you invest in a paintball business. Here are some of the things that you need to know to get started with a paintball business:

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What you need to start a paintball business

You will need a large portion of land where your paintball business can operate, and your clients will play paintball games. You will also have to invest in paintball gear, equipment, and supplies because many of your prospective clients may not have their paintball accessories and gear.

Among the most critical equipment, your spyder paintball business should have are masks, guns, and paintballs. The cost of a basic set of paintball gear is around $100. Paintball business owners are also advised to have a portable trailer for their paintball business mobile office and as a storage area for paintball equipment, gear, and accessories.

Startup cost and potential profits

You will need around $15,000 to start a paintball business. This startup capital will cover the amount you will spend on the paintball equipment, portable trailer, advertisement, and land lease. You can reduce your Spyder paintball business capital if you have land to convert into a paintball field. You will earn from your paintball business by charging your clients a fee for a game.

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The existing fee is $30 to up to $50 per person, covering the transportation, lunch, and game payment. Your paintball business can earn additional income when players rent your equipment and gear. Many paintball business operators also sell t-shirts, hats, and similar items to players looking for paintball game keepsakes.

Please take advantage of advertising your paintball business through these items by printing your name and logo on them. Paintball business operators reportedly earn $20,000 to $30,000 annually. Still, you can get a faster return on your investment by marketing and advertising your paintball business to clubs, business organizations, communities, and schools.

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  • Elizabeth  said on November 7, 2008
    I would like to know how much I need to start a paintball business in my area and how much I will get in profits per year... can you also tell me what I have to do and where to go?
  • kaushik pawar said on December 10, 2008
    Do I need any of the licenses or some of the paper documents to start up a paintball company? If yes, please tell me what to do...
  • leon said on January 2, 2009
    I'm a teenager wanting to start this business. I know that I'm at a young age and still in school, but I would like to take on this challenge with the help of some people.
  • RINGWORM PAINTBALL beginner adviser said on January 14, 2009
    First, the going rate is $10 per person to play on every field. Ensure everyone on the property signs a waiver form for the release of liability. (Just in case they hurt themselves and have to go to the hospital, they will ask in the emergency room, where they got hurt and they would like to make a liability against that person.) Make sure everyone signs the Waiver Form. Yes, people will get hurt and if you're not insured and they also haven't signed one of these, you could end up owning money for their accident. Or even their equipment if it gets hurt...well damaged. Look up "Paintball Waiver Form" in a search to get a good idea of how your waiver form should be. Next step, make one based on a few different forms that you find. Then have it checked by a Lawyer who should only find one or two corrections to be made. If they find more than that, the paintball business isn't for you and don't even jump into it. I own and run my own Woodsball field and these are the first things first here. The second thing is to hang fliers up at local paintball stores and also sporting goods stores. Including gun shops and Army Surplus stores. Have business cards later on if you find yourself magically bumping into potential paintball players. This will happen. Like the pizza man who comes by. Alright, I'll proceed, before you start advertising, you must have your waiver forms printed out and a list of rules you will enforce for safety reasons on your field. Post your rules of safety that are to be followed for on and off the field. Have your Waiver Forms Stacked and pins so they can sign them. Hang your Fliers, and slowly they will begin to come. You'll notice the one-timers from the repeat business paintball players quickly, but still treat them all with respect. Never start your price TOO LOW for the field fee; you can lower it during times of the year that seem fitting, calling it a ?discount" Okay? Always keep your price competitive with nearby fields if you are the only one GREAT. If you are lucky to have a paintball store already near your paintball field and you don't really have the extra cash to buy equipment and you just decided they can bring their own gear, make sure you have labeled your Paintball Field as a Field only, advising them to bring their own paint and equipment. Your Profits are going to be slow coming anyway unless you have a very large amount of money to invest into this, or have foolishly taken out a loan. If your field is an outdoor facility, your business is going to only have its "moments" during the hot parts of the year, so you will want to sell beverages as well if possible, or make them aware to bring a cooler full of drinks for themselves( NO Alcohol ). You must check your local areas laws on a vending license, zoning and business license. I have a lot more I could tell you about doing this cheap if you are starting your field with little or NO Cash. It is possible if you already have the land to use. If you have the extra land but need bunkers and bases for your woodsball field, scenario field or speedball field and can't pull off buying all the fancy stuff, I can direct you cleverly and legally (laughs)on how you can get materials for such things. And free forms of advertising, email me at ringworm. paintball@gmail. com || Paintball Business Adviser

  • 3 Soldier in need of some answers said on February 4, 2009
    We are currently in Iraq when we get home.. we are seriously considering a partnership in starting a paintball field and shop business... we have the funding and the land. We want to start out small and go from there... we live in an area where paintball is in high demand.. but distance and overpricing are a problem.. what do we need to do to get it rolling and completed.... anyone with answers or just advice, please email us at Thanks, we really appreciate it.
  • owner beginner adviser said on February 5, 2009
    The going rate can be anything you want it to be depending on your ambition and the wealth of people around you.. at the end of the day, I have people spending over $200 sometimes.. all you have to do is set up in a tourist area where people are inclined to pay a lot of money to have a good time.. but if you rely on regulars as your primary source of income, then you will want to have a much lower price range.

    Paintball Business Owner

  • Oshapi Awudu said on February 7, 2009
    Hi, my name is Oshapi Awudu from Nigeria. I believe the paint-balling business will be a great hit in Nigeria; just have a quick question.... are there any international laws regarding paintballing?
  • lucas genovart said on February 9, 2009
    I live in Granada Spain. I really want to start a business, and am lucky to have a few euros to start with. Land is pretty cheap, but realistically, what is the minimum size I would need for rough terrain? many thanks, I have found this site quite helpful so far.
  • Kyle Jordan said on February 20, 2009
    For a starting field of the size of a track, so 200x100. making a nice little rectangle
  • Cole Newman S-Town TX beginner adviser said on February 25, 2009
    Starting your own paintball business will not be easy and if you will be willing to spend your money and put yourself out there you will go far with this.

    Paintball Business Expert

  • Austin said on March 9, 2009
    I am in an area with little to no paintball fields close by and would like to take advantage of this and start up my own business .... I am currently in the army and am getting a bonus later this year that i was going to put toward a speedball course in my town which is really close the a few medium size towns and i was needing help on how i should do this and if i would be a good investment in the long run. Please Help
  • Astral L said on March 15, 2009
    this is part of my school project and i cant find info on start-up cost. a full list not just some. can you help me out please?
  • Jonathan B beginner adviser said on March 18, 2009
    There is a lot more cost in this business than most people think, but that also depends on the caliber of your park. I am in final contracts with the land owner for my park and lets just say to build a nice facility to get people to drive and hour to go to is not cheap. I have 12 acres and 7 fields going up. Lighted, netted, full scenario, and full pro shop. I know my business is a little more on the higher end of most parks but do your home work. Talk to your local SBA. They can give you business models, Income per household in your area, any information on grants (if available, not many are) and SBA backed loans as well as helping run numbers for you on what it may look like for you financially in your first few years.

    Paintball Business Owner

  • paul said on March 18, 2009
    how many q/meters are quite enough for an normal economical paintball?
  • stanley nwuzor said on April 29, 2009
    please i need a company that sells paintball and gears, i want to set up the game in africa nigeria.
  • chris said on May 5, 2009
    hi, i'm currently looking to start a new paintball site in the south east.... there are already 46 sites here one of which i work in and the profit margin seems to be incredible... i will be looking at a loan to get me started however i can do all the work that needs to be done on the land my self.. i already have plans for the fields, a price for all my kit including a generator and compressor... it all seems so straight forward and simple to me and i cant help but feel like i'm missing or overlooking something... i would really appreciate some general advise and hints or tips from someone who has the experience that i could learn from so not to make any unnecessary mistakes?
  • lowcostpaintballfield beginner adviser said on May 15, 2009
    I've put up some business information for paintball, some great priced low cost paintball products and links to paintball company websites that offer things as well. That would give you an idea of cost. The place up the road from my field uses most of just one of those companies products. I chose not to but they went ahead and did, thats okay. So I got that place's link on my site. I made an online add to get paintball equipment even cheaper through me if you have a tight budget, also made an e-book. Covers Zoning, Insurance, Waiver Forms, Types of fields, Sizes, Financing etc. Basic information you need to know even before you get started. e-mail me at || Paintball Business Consultant

  • Simone said on May 21, 2009
    Hello, I live in Trinidad in the west indies and am looking into opening a paint ball field at this time. I would like as much information as possible to assist me with this venture as well as which make of guns, masks and balls is the best but not the most expensive. If I can get prices from you also including shipping costs that will be helpful. Thanks
  • Bailey beginner adviser said on May 21, 2009
    i am considering on making me a business on paintball and in my opinion you will need around $15,000 dollars to start a paintball business. That if you don't have land and need to buy land. I live in Richton Mississippi and have over 160 acres of land. I live on a farm and have a building on this property covering most of it. it is perfect for paintball.

    Paintball Business Expert

  • boyce said on May 24, 2009
    hi to all, dose anyone know where i can get a paintball company that makes paintballs only. thanks
  • cody said on May 26, 2009
    we don't have a field or a store. i and friends intend on starting a store then a field. any tips or prices would help
  • James expert adviser said on May 30, 2009
    Q: What do I need to start a paintball business?
    First, of course, you would need an area large enough for players to execute the game. Then you have to have the gears, suppliers and equipment for renting to customers who do not have their own paintball guns (markers), paintballs, helmets and masks.

    Regarding the game field, your choice of the surface is important. You must consider the advantage and disadvantage of each, in terms of maintenance, safety, convenience to players, and ease of cleaning. Indoors, you can have playing fields made of dirt, cement, carpet, sand, or filled with sawdust, or wood shavings. When talking about space in this sports, you can exercise your creativity in designing the game field. Explore non-traditional designs, for example something that is a combination of both indoor and outdoor fields.

    For more information on the sports, visit the Web site of the Paintball Sports Trade Association. The site has numerous useful information for paintball enthusiasts and prospective paintball business owners, including safety and outdoor standards, where to find fields, events and resources.

    Q: Where can I get the equipment for a paintball business?
    Ideally, you should get them where you could most likely purchase in bulk, which means at a cheaper price. This means you should go to manufacturers and wholesalers rather than to retailers, sporting goods store or specialty stores. However, sometimes this could be tricky as manufacturers sometimes refuse to sell directly to customers. To get a good lead as to where you could purchase paintball equipment in bulk, talk to as many paintball supply store owners and see how you can get in touch with manufacturers or wholesalers, if not maybe you can arrange a contract with the supply store that could lead to a discount. Explore also the possibility of ordering online.

    Jestin James
    Startup Biz Hub - Senior Advisor (Staff)

  • Josh said on June 14, 2009
    Right on thanks for everything, I have some cool bunker ideas and playing fields in mind, But once again money is my enemy. Hopefully one day you will see my paintball courses name (cannot say the name due to all idea sealers)
  • jordan said on June 15, 2009
    Ringworm you are wrong but you are right. i'm from canada and the cost of a entrance fee here is 25$ with taxs comes to around 30$ that includes entrance fee rental gear and 90 paintballs.
  • Webby said on June 20, 2009
    Went paintballing today, the cost was £25 to get in, including 100 paintballs and lunch. Extra paintballs were priced at (100 - £7) (500 - £30) and (1000 - £50)
  • Todd said on July 4, 2009
    If you are looking for a good place to buy paintballing gear in bulk you should look at the site
  • Ms.May said on July 9, 2009
    Hello, this is May from China. We are manufacture of paintball markers and accessories. If you purchase from us, it means save, quality and high performance. We'd like to support you well! Please feel free to contact us(!
  • nana said on July 16, 2009
    what kind of license or document do i need to start a paintball business? and how do i go about getting it?
  • May said on July 17, 2009
    Different countries with different requires.
    Normally, it will be much free in West countries.
    For example in China, it needs business license(the basic), also license of manufacturing civil of gun(bomb)from ministry of public security of China. For further question, please send e-mail to
  • ian said on July 25, 2009
    hi, i want to start a paintball arena in the place i live in there is no arena and the prospects of the game are bright. i have an area of land of about 1800 sq/mts which i think is good enough. i have a problem that will i get customers as repeat of one timers and what do i have to do to have repeat customers. also i live in a tourist destination and the customers will be one timers, now should i have an upper end price or a lower and what do i do about the repeat customers if i have an upper end price? can you please tell me about the licenses that i have to get? also what can be my recurring and non-recurring expenditures. this site has answered many of my questions thanks.
  • alvin fernandez said on August 3, 2009
    well i'm trying to start a paintball business in Dominican Republic...i know is going to be a lot of work but there i already have the land settled so $15,000 plus shipping of the paintball equipments...
  • Christopher Josephson said on August 20, 2009
    I am in the process of putting together a business plan to start a manufacturing business. The idea behind it is to produce enough income from the sale of the paintballs themselves to fund an amazing "War Zone" in north idaho...both indoor and outdoor fields. I'm trying to gather information like lists of manufacturers currently for paintballs in the northwest but so far have come up empty handed. If anyone has any input let me know and if this all works out maybe I can reach out and help some people that are passionate about this get a field started....Let me know. Christopher
  • pbr said on August 22, 2009
    Is it more profitable to do an indoor outdoor field type where you can have a speed ball and long game? we are trying to invest in an old warehouse where we can use both indoor and outdoor, for year round tournaments. Thank you.
  • francolopez SAN MARCOS said on September 26, 2009
    hey i'm in the a area where there is only one paintabll field but i'm between Austin and San Antonio and my dad owns a salvage yard here and he is thinking about retiring this year and i was thinking about turning it straight into a paintball field.. kinda like a junkyard paintball.. the other field in this town is more ballon bunkers and what not.. it was something since getting out of the marines i wanted to do but wasn't sure if i should clear the yard from junk cars or leave a few.. i have 4 acres and i have 2 clear acres the rest has cars..any ideas?
  • Leo Yinug said on October 10, 2009
    Hi. I am out here in the Pacific Region in Micronesia. I am currently putting together business plan proposal to seek funding from my local bank. I am about to start the first paintball game business in Yap State, Federated States of Micronesia. The game is being played in Guam USA and Palau, our neighboring islands but not here in Yap and the rest of the Federated States of Micronesia. Because this will be the first paintball game business in the FSM, I am confident it may contribute to the success of my business. One of my biggest problem is that I don't know very much about the game as I have played once or twice. I need some advice and also interested in finding a business partner to help me establish and run the business here in this part of the pacific region. Please email me at: I
  • Raj said on October 10, 2009
    I want to know the details of paintball business game. how to play and everything. pl. send me the details
  • trav said on October 20, 2009
    i would like to know if the portable paintball arenas are a good investment choice just looking for another opinion.
  • paul said on October 20, 2009
    i really need help, please get back to me, stuck on prices and the rules in getting started... thanks
  • Rhonda Bogart said on October 31, 2009
    would a foot ball size speed ball arena be too big? I want to have brick walls like 4 feet high. wood fences 4 and 5 feet high. T shaped protector walls here and there. maybe even flag games? I also want an environment as Iran with blown up buildings and dirt roads like real war things around. am I crazy?
  • Clyde said on November 3, 2009
    I am considering starting up a sort of paintball service, but I am trying to figure out if the demographic will support it and whether I can float it being limited by season. I am calculating out startup, but I don't want to do it if it isn't still a blossoming sport. I would appreciate any input. Feel free to email me. My email is
  • Vuyolwethu Daca said on November 19, 2009
    Receive my Proudly South African. I have more land around the coast and would like to start a paintball business in Coffee bay. We are Starting an Incubation Centre which will have a golf course and entertainment as well as Aquarium.
  • Holly Hockland said on November 22, 2009
    Is anyone out there in paintball start-up land thinking about getting intellectual property protection on their company name, fields, scenarios?
  • Steve Boehman said on December 28, 2009
    Corydon, Indiana, USA. I started my paintball business 15 years ago. The first 5 years were great, but in '99 the business nose-dived and has never really recovered. In the past 15 years, 33 fields have come and gone in the Louisville, KY area. I never worked so hard and made so little money as in the past 10 years.
  • blair said on February 2, 2010
    i started a paintball business three years ago. you would be ignorant to think you could start a genuine business for anything less than $25,000. first you have to lease land each month, then you have to pay for liability insurance if its going to be a public paintball course (and obviously it is). Next you will need to pay a specialized lawyer $200 to $400 dollars an hour to write up a waiver you must present to all customers to have signed before they paintball( for liability reasons). Then you will need to pay for monthly utilities (electricity). Advertising is a must. where i live it cost around $1400 to shoot a 30 second commercial and $28 for every 30 second slot you purchase (you will probably use 10-50 slots per week). then you will need to buy paintballs to sell to the customers (it cost $2800 for 1 skid of the cheapest diablo heat paintballs). And finally you will need to buy at least 10 to 20 sets of paintball gear for rentals (calculate it out to $145 per single rental gear). oh and you will need to buy co2 tanks, and filling stations to refill your customers co2 (they are expensive $800 to $2,400). these are vary basic numbers, and my start up cost for my business included much more money in loose end that added up quickly.
  • matthew dinon said on February 27, 2010
    we are in upstate NY we have a group of guys who play every week together we also have a website i am looking for advice on how to grow we want to get insurance to protect our players and our land but we don't want to be open to the public or have spectators basically we want to cover only the members of our website as a private organization can anyone tell me whats up
  • kerney evans said on February 28, 2010
    Hi I'm from the lovely caribbean island of st.lucia Nd we have won the best honeymoon in the caribbean. So we r thriving on tourism plus I work in the industry Nd I think paintball as a business here Must work. I have no business name just a Proposal for a government based bank. I need help with My proposal, work in a dive shop so co2 filling I can Do for a start. Lol.. My link Its site is wonderfully helpful I fill hope. Lol
  • Josh said on March 20, 2010
    I'm at the age of 14 almost 15 and me and a group of friends were planning on investing our futures towards a paintballing company, we hope to get big and maybe famous. We would host competitions for NEWBIES or PROS', but all in all were do we start......Please email me with advice., Josh
  • bakare jluqks said on April 13, 2010
    i have a piece of land on a beach and i want to start a paintball business, please can anyone get me someone that can help me design the whole course..
  • benjamin dickman said on April 14, 2010
    Hi, i live in michigan and am looking into starting a indoor paintball facility but need to know where to find out what the licenses i need are. if you could please help me out I would really appreciate it
  • shaheem said on April 26, 2010
    hello every one. I'm starting my own paintball tour in northern michigan! I have land, looking for a business partner that can supply around 23K-24K. got the plan all mapped out, every thing down to the advertising and vending. if interested email And good luck to all the other smart people in here that figured out that this is a great market to invest in!
  • allie gomez said on May 10, 2010
    hey everyone i'm a 16 yr old girl interested in starting my own indoor paintball arena here in california. but i'm not sure what the first steps i take are so can ya help me out? it'ld be really appreciated
  • jay said on June 7, 2010
    does anyone know the laws governing games played on state or national lands in michigan. state land?
  • Jim said on July 24, 2010
    I have a lot of paintball items to sell as I went out of business. I have Shockers, Tippman, an HP compressor (for compressed air), and tons of other small items. Contact me if interested -
  • Sean- Pro Sports Supply said on July 25, 2010
    If you need help to start a business, purchase equipment, training or general questions, give us a call Pro Sports. 1-905-639-5900. We have 20 years experience in the industry and have set up over 35 paintball businesses. Or email me at Title the message New dealer inquiry! Thanks!
  • Eric Little said on August 1, 2010
    I am looking in to starting a Paint Ball Field in Western, NY, USA i would also like to Sell paintball guns, and accessories both online and on site right now i am just in the planing stages but any information you can offer me would be appreciated
  • Nasser Barakat said on August 2, 2010
    I am interested in starting a paintball business but would like help in identifying reliable equipment. I also have the following questions:
    - What is the ideal size of a piece of land?
    - What is the expected cost of advertising?
    Regards, Nasser
  • Stephanie Davis said on September 14, 2010
    My husband and I are thinking about starting a paintball business in Early Texas. There is one other field here that is never opened. I think the demand here is good as the college here has paintball classes. We have a little over 4 acres and a 4300 square foot metal building. What is the best equipment at a reasonable price? Do you have to have a license? Any info you have would be greatly appreciated. Advertising is not a problem as we can get free advertising, our main cost will be the equipment. Where can we get waivers at? We don't have a lot of money to start up, but we know in the end it will be a good business. Thanks for you help!! Stephanie and Matt Davis
  • Tisha Normile said on September 15, 2010
    Bremo Bluff, VA USA. Very interested in information to start a paintball business. We have the field.
  • TMK said on September 24, 2010
    i would like to start a paintball filed in my country Sudan.i want 2 know what i need 2 start a business like that in my country. what are the equipment i need to start one? how many guns? and from where to buy them? what are the licenses i need to start one in Sudan?
  • sg said on October 10, 2010
    I'm looking for a paintball field in richmond Vancouver BC,for outdoor and indoor,can anyone help me on this? Thanks!
  • Jester said on October 15, 2010
    G'day guys and girls. I live in Australia and Paintball doesn't seem to be as big over here, or at least, there aren't as many Fields as other countries. I am really interested in starting my own Paintball(And other ventures within the compound) business. I have plans drawn up(Roughly, but to scale) for P/B fields, both indoor and outdoors as well as the plans for my other ideas. I also have a general area picked out which is usually packed with tourists from all over the world and of all ages, but I haven't picked out any specific piece of land or town as yet. What i'm basically needing to know is... If there is anyone reading this forum, who would know the specific Laws, Licenses, and a complete list of 'Gear'(And pricing if at all possible) for Paintball operations in Australia? Yes, I understand I would need to buy or acquire the equipment in order to lay out the fields to their design so I am not concerned about that as it is another matter and nothing to do with Paintball licensing/laws. If anyone could please give me the information needed, then I can assure you that once my business is up and running, you will be the first to get a VIP pass(Details are still in the 'works' on that... ) :) Cheers guys
  • mutt said on October 18, 2010
    Hi folks, I've just left the armed forces as a platoon sergeant and am looking to set up a paint balling business with a slight difference and having it in a military style, I have the experience and the know how on how to play out the games and scenarios but what i dont have is the business background on how to get it started. I would really like some advice from someone on the legality and permits, insurances, can anyone help. many thanks
  • Moe said on December 5, 2010
    Hi, I would like to start a paintball field in N. Iraq which the economy, construction and business is growing very fast.I need help in finding out how mach money needed to build a paint ball field what is the ideal size of land, some plans to build in door and out door fields, how many sets of gear needed to rent and how many paintball and co2 and refilling equipment needed to play a game and how long a game would be?, and some scenario just to have it started and if there is or where I can find some DVD for commercial and / or scenarios, how many sets of gear are ideal for such a business because no people has his own paintball gear in Iraq and this is a very new game in the country, and from where to buy them and shipping way? Do I need any licenses I need to take these gear and equipments to Northern Iraq? Thank you
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  • drew said on December 12, 2010
    hi, im drew and i just wanted to know how to go about starting my own paintball arena in warren pa,
  • Pritika said on January 5, 2011
    Hey I wanted the details of the suppliers of the equipments and also an idea about the investment in it. Location India
  • Rocky Menard said on January 13, 2011
    I have 29 acres and some great ideas on a paintball course. In Paris TN. Need a business model to help me on how to set up my new venture.
  • alberta said on January 24, 2011
    hey from alberta, canada, and have a 0.62 acres plot in the very center of town.. looking to convert it into a indoor paintball. can anyone tell me some rough figures on how well indoor paintball does? im starting to think outdoor paintball is the way to go. heating cost, electrical, and a/c in the summer could add up. wouldnt need any advertising as there is hundreds of bypassers daily and connected off the busiest road in town.
  • Cesare said on February 3, 2011
    I have 7.5 acres of raw land in central Georgia that I am looking to turn into an outdoor paintball facility. I am looking for an operating partner with military experience to help design this course. I would be providing the land, legal services and facilitate the business licensing. The operating partner would be responsible for equipment and operations. This is a great deal because I am just trying to cover the mortgage on the land, insurance and taxes. Not interested in any profits from the business. I have 5 other businesses that keeps me good. Just trying to cover my costs for this land. The closest competitor is 60 miles away. I have a great design idea. If anyone is serious about this please contact me at
  • Brad said on February 23, 2011
    Hi i live in Colorado and wont to start a paintball if you have any tips or insurance places or buildings for lease in colorado. pleas email
  • skip duncan said on March 23, 2011
    i'm in galesburg wanting to know costs insurance size of indoor outdoor fields startup costs etc
  • Patrick said on April 8, 2011
    I would like to start a Paintball Business in Nigeria. Please advice me as to where I can get information to set this up as I am new to it
  • kayla said on May 27, 2011
    i'm doing a class assignment and i have to have a paintball name, any suggestions? E-mail the to:, Thanks!
  • patrick Lattimeore said on June 9, 2011
    i am thinking about staring up my paintball business but how can i do that in chicago is zip 60628 so can you help me and much would i make in a year
  • tEE eALY said on July 7, 2011
    Detroit mi. i have 1 and a half acres of land. all i have to do is pay the property taxes on the land. could some one please give me some pointers on starting up my own paintball in detroit. contact me 612 235 9790. or email or face book me TEE EALY
  • Drock said on July 23, 2011
    Myself and 3 co-workers are looking into starting a small paintball shop up in our area. We live in a rural area with a population of about 30,000 spread over a few small cities. The only source of entertainment is a 2-screen movie theater and a bowling alley. We would run ourselves on salary/commission but our issue is finding a supplier to ship to us with reasonable rates. Any ideas?
  • Andy Scroggin said on October 8, 2011
    Springfield, IL. I've wanted to own my own paintball field for a long time now, however with the economy i'm still not sure if I can make it happen. I'm looking for pointers all over the web for how to fund, what is needed, etc. My goal is to have a woods and small city or something of that sort, where I can cater to paintballers, airsofters as well as Law Enforcement to come and practice clearing buildings/trailers/etc. I'm not a guy of any inheritance, I have my own problems just like everyone else in the nation, but I really want to fulfill my dream. Please Email me with any pointers as this is not a site I check, I just stumbled across it. Thanks...
  • Brent said on November 10, 2011
    I am interested in opening a paintball field in the Bay Area Northern California. I am based in the burbs and the closest field is about an hour away. I think it could be a huge thing if I can get it to happen out here. I have land that I may be able to use. I am not sure if it has to be zoned to a specific thing or not. Also, I have done a lot of research on this as well, so I know about the insurance, waiver, and cost for my set up and merchandise/rentals. But I feel that it all sounds a bit too easy. What would I be missing? Feel free to email me at Thanks in advance.
  • sueheily said on December 2, 2011
    HI! i'm a student at addison trail and were doing a business project. and i was wondering on how should i start a paint balling business. Any information would be great. Thanks :)
  • Regiwell Francis said on December 20, 2011
    Hi I am looking to start a paintball business.I have no experience in the business but it looks like lots of fun to play and I think people would want to play. I am on a Caribbean Island and I will be the first and only business. I need a complete pakage of everything that would be needed for a good operation. It might be good to get an employee who has experience to run the operation for me and who could advise to help make sure it is a successful operation. CO2 is expensive so I think compressed air would be a must. I have over 10 acres of land with lite vegetation which I could build structures to hide behind. Any web sites with companies for packages that could be recommended or sites for people seeking employment.
  • king said on December 20, 2011
    what is the ideal minimum size for an indoor paintball field?(5 v 5) as rent is really expensive in my country.
  • Dhayan Goenaga said on January 6, 2012
    I live in colombia i want to start a paintball business since there aren't that many here and the business seems profitable i just want to know where to buy the gear since i already have the area in which they are going to play i would really appreciate help.
  • Bravo96 said on January 11, 2012
    My wife and I are interested in starting a paintball/laser paintball business. We are looking for good used equipment. Interested sellers can contact us Thanks!
  • David said on January 19, 2012
    Anyone with a successful paintball business story? I'm unemployed and looking to start my own field.
  • tongs said on March 19, 2012
    hi am from zim , massive potential 4 paintball in my country.want to start my own field, have sound bus plan but need sponsorship .can anyone help reply to tongai on email
  • Omar said on April 10, 2012
    kindly i'm from iraq-Kurdstan and i need to start with a business of paint ball so we need your support to provide us the proposal of it on my below email
  • Trevis Meseroll said on April 18, 2012
    Hello there my name is Trevis I'm 37 yrs old. We live in Trenton, OH. It's a great farming/industrial community and has a lot of families here. I have ran a tanning business in my town since the age of 19. Now my brother and i are getting out of it and wanting to get into the Paintball industry. I am wanting to know more about where to purchase the rental equipment and a basic layout of land would could use. I are wanting to have a Pro Shop and several fields too. Thanks for your time and God bless.
  • Mario Dasme said on April 25, 2012
    Hi, my name is Mario. i am now living in USA. i'm planning to open a small Pizza business. what i need to know and how about how much money do i need please?
  • matt said on May 19, 2012
    Hey, I was looking to go back to school to get another degree, but since that is such a rip off these days, I plan on taking that money and starting a paintball business. I am in upstate NY, I have a really good idea for a business up here and location. I am looking for a business partner who shares the same passion for extreme sports, mostly paintball and motocross. Email if you're interested and we can talk. thanks, matt
  • Cesar said on May 22, 2012
    Hi can you contact me by email i have some questions about it i'm 20 and i want to open my own field, can you advise me? Thanks,
  • Chinwala said on June 1, 2012
    Hey I'm from India planning to start Paintball over here, Any one interested in supplying equipments and other gears can mail me on
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  • phirayuth khuon said on June 13, 2012
    hey guys! currently i want to own paintball entertainment club in asia Cambodia, but one things that i don't know is that, do we need to have license before starting the business? if we do, how much is the license?? if anyone know pls kindly tell me by email Thx in advance!!
  • dina said on July 10, 2012
    Hi, I am from Malaysia. I am wondering whether 3.5 acres of land is enough to start an open field paintball business. btw the land is almost like a triangular in shape. I also would like to know what are the props that are needed for an open field or we just let players run under the trees and bushes. any help is highly appreciated. I have never been involve in paintball so have 0 knowledge about it. TQ
  • eric walters said on July 12, 2012
    hi, i live in titusville pa i am starting a paintball shop in me town. what co. to help to get the paintball gear and ect. thing for the.... I have not money to start it. i need help to get the thing for the paintball store here. I hope some one can help me out here to get the store running right in me town.right now i have a co2 tank i can fill the co2 tank right now.
  • Michelle Heta said on July 20, 2012
    hi i'm from NZ and we own 60acres of land in the middle of the bush, central north island. I'm hoping to start a sort of teenager, adult recreation business, consisting of paintballing, also. go carts, motorbikes, horses, car racing etc, also bush hiking, hunting, eeling, fishing, horse trekking and tramping. Maybe a weekend getaway with cabins. The thing is that I dont have the money to start this venture, nor the knowledge but id appreciate any advise, even better an overseas investor to input into this idea. Please email me if you are interested.
  • osama omar said on November 3, 2012
    i'm starting the paint ball bizz so i need to know what exactly i need to buy i will build 1 field which will hold at least 20 personnel 10 each at least ty
  • MOHD AMIN said on January 2, 2013
    I would like make a paintball club at my area in Sibu SarawaK. Malaysia. How should I go for it. Do I need to apply a license for opening this club. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? and where can I Get those equipment such as a marker and the paintball gun. WHERE CAN I ORDER IT AND HOW MUCH IT COST? Pls reply immediately. ASAP..
  • manuel mendoza said on May 10, 2013
    Hi, I live in mexico and i have a piece of land where i want to start a paintball business, in mexico the gear and markers an expensive, does anyone know if it's possible to export the markers and gear from u.s. to mexico. thanks.
  • lance brooks said on May 25, 2013
    how can I start a paintball business in wichita, kansas, united states of america


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