Its not so much about the waiver alone. Its their insurance carriers who specify anyone on their property playing games with projectiles being fired at one another must wear paintball approved goggles as Paintball is their business baseline and what is used to formulate much of the businesses guidelines and such. They just so happen to be willing to allow us to use their venue for airsoft as its similar to paintball, but adjusting policies like insurance might cost them more money in order to allow us to wear ballistic goggles.
My trust is in whiskey, in weed and in Slayer, its GODDAMN ELECTRIC
Originally Posted by Pliskin
This is the equivalent to knocking on deaths door and blowing his head off with a shotgun.