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How to save $50,000 on your paintball insurance.

Current paintball field owners and people looking to start a paintball field pay close attention. First off paintball insurance is really low, approx $1,500 to $4,000 per year depending on your field size, UNTIL YOU HAVE A ACCIDENT CLAIM!

A recent paintball field owner shared with me that his insurance just rose 10 TIMES because he had his first claim. Oh it gets better, the claim was not his fault! Some kid took his goggles off during a game and guess what, he got hit in the eye. I’m not going to bore you with the details of the claim and the attorney vs. the insurance company battles. To be clear, this paintball field owner runs a tight ship, he does 200 to 600 players a day and this was his very first claim ever.

The bottom line is this: A kid took his goggles off.   As a paintball field owner you can have the greatest safety video, the best refs and the safest fields but you can’t stop a kid from taking his mask off, or can you?

Many paintball field owners make the mistake of using the cheapest rental masks they can find. Simply because the masks and the lenses get thrashed very quickly, so why bother paying more. I believe this is a HUGE MISTAKE and one that can save you $50,000 or even $5,000,000 in paintball insurance premiums over the life of your paintball field.

In all our rental paintball packages that we offer on we include high end DYE rental masks THAT ARE VERY COMFORTABLE and fog resistant. If the mask is comfortable there is less of a chance that someone will want to take it off. I have tried on many a so called “rental mask”,  only to rip it off my head in a few seconds because it hurts! So if your looking to start a paintball field or if your already a successful paintball field owner, choose a more comfortable mask, it’s a small price to pay to avoid the pain of high insurance premiums.

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