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Field Building Guide

Woodsball Field Building Guide The Field Building Guide is an extensive log of all of my successes and failures while attempting to construct a functional, economical and safe paintball field. You’ll find tips on how to open a public woodsball/paintball field and how to construct/set-up a basic field layout. Building Bunkers and other Structures This section provides detailed information and layouts on how to build woodsball bunkers, foxholes, towers and other woodsball structures. Most of these plans and layouts are things we have built on our own field, but, there are a few that are theoretically planned out for...

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Max Range

This drill is designed to help your defenders get used to seeing their maximum range. It involves going out to your normal playing field or at least an area similar to your teams normal field.

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Gearing up for Defense

Vests/Pod Packs Anything smaller than a 6+1 isn’t going to cut it If you’re going to get a vest make sure you can carry at least 6 pods and an air tank comfortably When you’re shopping for a vest it’s a good idea to get something that will give you more than you need. This will allow you to expand. You don’t have to worry about being bulky or heavy. You’re not going to need to be all that fast. You WILL need to be mobile but your main purpose is to put paint in the air and lots...

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Basic Wedge Formation

Basic Wedge Formation

When you leave guys on “D” it’s a good idea to lay out some basic formations. One formation I like to use a lot is the “Wedge” formation.

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Defense

Defense in paintball can be considered “half” the game. Depending on the type of game you’re playing there may not even be a need for defense. The main game type that requires you leave guys on “D” is capture the flag or middle flag. For this page I’m mainly going to be going through some defensive strategies for capture the flag.
Defense is, basically, your ability to keep the other team from taking your flag. That means you’ve gotta hold off the attack squad long enough for your guys to get the flag and make their way back to the base. Most of the time you’re going to be stalling for time. A successful defense is not always a defense that stays alive. Staying “alive” or in the game is not the point of defense. It’s just to make sure that you are in the game just long enough to keep the other team busy. Your job as a defender is to buy your team time. In a timed guy, your job is to hold out for however long the game will last.

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