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. The idea is to start a non profit field with a woodsball field and an airball field. The biggest hurdle now is getting the dirt work done without personally going broke. We've already got bunkers, nets, pole and most of the stuff needed.
The largest groups usually gather out at Repp Rd. off of Badger Rd. You can see some action pics from Repp on the facebook page linked above.
Cheapest and really only paint in town is Sports Authority. I'd recommend the XBall. The problem there is they order once a year and don't understand that it's a perishable item. So check the boxes for something with a date and look for the newest stuff. If you want better stuff you can order some decent stuff on Amazon and it'll usually get shipped UPS 2nd day air for free. But the better paint there is spendy.
As for air you can get fills from Arctic Fire and Safety for $6.50 regardless of size. They used to have a much larger section for paintball and used to carry paint, but got out of that a few years ago when they lost the staffing for it. (I quit to move on and Corey was too busy to keep it going).
If you are going to be playing all day it's best to rent a scuba tank from Test the Waters, it's $10 per day and they come with a fill station. Your first fill will be around 2.7k and each fill after that become less and less. When we go out to Repp we usually bring 3-5 scubas depending on how many people are planning on coming.
The most regular player out at Repp for the last 2 years has been Cosmo, and we usually have a group out there at least twice a month.
If you are just getting started and any of your guys need gear let me know, I have enough to outfit a small army.