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R & R Paintball Games Equipment & Staff

We use the finest equipment in the industry to ensure that players have the absolute best possible time.  

Our markers are the first and most important part of each players' equipment package.  Compared to other fields who offer cheaper, often plastic equipment, our Spyder Semi Auto markers are made of stainless steel and aluminum.  They are more accurate, durable, and trouble-free compared to equipment rented at most major fields in the area.  We also supply 20oz tanks (in contrast to most other fields who outfit their guns with 9-12oz tanks).  This allows our markers to expel over 1,000 paintballs on one tank fill!  What this means to our players is that they will not have to be bothered with filling a smaller tank in the middle of the day, which often forces them to miss a game.  Although other fields also offer free air for the day, most will not give you a large enough tank to play with. We will, of course, fill any tank for FREE if a player does exceed the 1,000 round capacity.

The goggles we rent are JT X-fire tactical systems with full face, mouth, ear, temple, and forehead protection.  These goggles also come with a thermal lens to ensure that fogging is kept to a minimum.  Diminished sight  is a safety risk that we are NOT willing to take with our customers.  

With 9 years of experience, we have found that higher quality equipment has made us stand out from the competition by enhancing the playing experience for our customers.  

Safety is the most important concern at R & R Paintball Games.  One of the most important pieces of equipment at the field is a Radar Chronograph which measures the speed of all markers.  This will ensure that each marker is shooting below the minimum speed of 280fps, in order to satisfy goggle manufacturer safety specifications.  Another safety concern is the addressed with paintball stopper netting used in our wooded staging area and our chronograph area.  This will allow spectators to view games, often within 10 feet of the players, with no risk of eye injury from a stray paintball.  Another important aspect of safety is the organization and enforcement of the rules, which is handled by our exceptional reffing staff.  In order to further enforce safety, all refs are equipped with communication gear and there is always a cellular phone on site for player use.  

Nitrogen players will be glad to know that we offer fills up to 4500psi with the use of our Genesis nitrogen system. 

Field Manager - George Polissack
Owner - Bob Polselli

Referees: Pete Shuts (Head Referee), Dale Grendell, John Miller, Steve West, Chris Pellitier, Dave Ferrie, Todd Shuter, Mike Ballard, Francis Trottier, Keith Laferrier, Juan Rodriguez, and Brian Sullivan.

Spyder Rental.JPG
Spyder Rental.JPG
Setup Guns 2.JPG
Setup Guns 2.JPG
Setup guns.JPG
Setup guns.JPG
Goggles on - lower staging.JPG
Goggles on - lower staging.JPG
JT X-fire rental.JPG
JT X-fire rental.JPG
Goggles.JPG
Goggles.JPG
Lower Staging area.JPG
Lower Staging area.JPG
Netting - lower staging.JPG
Netting - lower staging.JPG
The fort - through net.JPG
The fort - through net.JPG
Dale runs Genesis.JPG
Dale runs Genesis.JPG
Chris prepares to start game.JPG
Chris prepares to start game.JPG
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Chris cleans goggles.JPG
Chris cleans goggles.JPG
Dale helps Shannon Adjust velocity.JPG
Dale helps Shannon Adjust velocity.JPG
Dale talks on walkie.JPG
Dale talks on walkie.JPG
Players chrony.JPG
Players chrony.JPG
Shannon Adjusts gun.JPG
Shannon Adjusts gun.JPG
Goggles on - lower staging.JPG
Goggles on - lower staging.JPG
Players plugging up.JPG
Players plugging up.JPG
Players clean up in staging.JPG
Players clean up in staging.JPG
Plugs in sign - lower staging.JPG
Plugs in sign - lower staging.JPG
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Chrony station.JPG