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We hope you can find everything you need. Cover Fire Paintball is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction - we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
 
 We're sure you'll be happy playing paintball with us. We offer discounts for groups such as , birthday parties, and . Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. For those who asked about , we will soon be getting a compressed air system. We will eventually be switching our Co2 rental tanks to 3000 psi compressed air tanks.




GAME DAYS, EVERYBODY INVITED
MONDAY - SUNDAY IS OPEN TO EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO PLAY PAINTBALL. JUST CALL AND MAKE A RESERVATION. (608-633-4670 OR 608-633-4510)

AIR SOFT DAY
THE LAST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH. $10 ADMISSION AND MUST HAVE YOUR OWN EQUIPMENT. RENTAL AVAILABLE FOR PROTECTIVE GEAR.





Paintball game in action!
Paintball game in action!
Paintball game over!
Paintball game over!
Scott Streeter taking cover while flanking around the opposing team
Scott Streeter taking cover while flanking around the opposing team
Shannon Lockington (right) and Charles Streeter (left) in a severe fire fight
Shannon Lockington (right) and Charles Streeter (left) in a severe fire fight
DeAndra Roberson
DeAndra Roberson
Taking cover!
DeAndra Roberson
DeAndra Roberson
In action!

Three Bears Lodge 2013
Three Bears Lodge 2013
Birthday Party 11-9-13
Birthday Party 11-9-13
DeAndra And Shawns' Birthday Party 
     11-16-13
DeAndra And Shawns' Birthday Party
11-16-13
Bachelor Party 6/7/14
Bachelor Party 6/7/14
On Family Vacation Playing Paintball    
   7-18-14
On Family Vacation Playing Paintball
7-18-14
Bachelor Party 7-19-14
Bachelor Party 7-19-14
Rave Family Back For More Paintball Action 8-9-14
Rave Family Back For More Paintball Action 8-9-14
Bachelor Party 8-16-14
Bachelor Party 8-16-14
Returning Group Back For More 8-24-14
Returning Group Back For More 8-24-14
Vacation Fun Playing Paintball 8-31-14
Vacation Fun Playing Paintball 8-31-14
First group of the year 3-8-15. Playing in the snow.
First group of the year 3-8-15. Playing in the snow.
First Air Soft team showing us how its played 4-10-15
First Air Soft team showing us how its played 4-10-15
My PeeWee B Hockey team out for some paintball 5-2-15
My PeeWee B Hockey team out for some paintball 5-2-15


Things to bring to the field:
·Long pants / long sleeved shirt
·Gloves
·Shoes or boots you can run in
·Camouflage clothing
·Food or drinks
·Spray bottle (with water)
·Mosquito repellent
·Bandana for neck protection
·Towel to clean off with
·Paper towels 
·Your friends and a good attitude
·Change of clothes for the ride home


SAFETY TIPS:
It's fast. It's extreme. And most of all, it's fun. Like all sports, an player can help make the game safer. In fact, safety is one of the most important parts of the game. Here are some tips to help keep the game more safe and enjoyable.

1. Never fire your marker when you or anyone near you is not wearing proper paintball approved eye protection.
2. Never remove your goggles in the field or in the elimination zone.
3. When you are eliminated, call OUT as loud as possible, raise your hand and walk off the field. Do not remove your goggles until you are back at the safe zone.
4. Always have eye protection/never wear anything but goggles/mask systems made especially for paintball.
5. When you are in the designated safe zone, or not on the playing field, make sure to have your barrel plug in your marker barrel.
6. Many markers will fire even after a CO2 or high pressure system is off from the gun. So, always wear goggles when working on your marker - even when the air source is removed.
7. Do not alter your cylinder or valve in any way or try to remove the cylinder from the valve.
8. Since velocities have a tendency to fluctuate throughout the day, it is wise to chrono your marker several times each day during play.
9. Always keep the safety in the safe position and if your gun has a power feed, keep it in the OFF position when not playing or taking a break from play.
10. Don't stand in the open for too long during play.
11. Always reload your marker or catch your breath from behind a tree or bunker.
12. Markers should be stored uncharged and unloaded.
13. Markers should be transported uncharged and unloaded.
14. Do not shoot cars, homes or other items with painted or finished surfaces. The paintballs are non-toxic but can discolor or dissolve painted or finished surfaces.
15. Never shoot anything from the marker except water soluble paintballs.
16. Remove all power sources before disassemble of a paintball marker.
17. Never shoot at another person with the intent to cause injury.
18. Pressurize your paintball devices only when you're ready to use them.
19. Don't handle, play with, , use, or shoot a paintball marker while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
20. Observe all safety rules to firearms when handling a paintball marker.

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