BUCKS PARTY FAQS

Check out some of our frequently asked questions, or contact us if you have a specific issue.

Our guns are extremely realistic with red dot or telescopic rifle scopes. We have a big arsenal so you can select your weapon from a light weight compact SMG, to a mid-sized carbine, to a monster sniper rifle!
No. Our guns at Perth Bucks Party only emit a harmless invisible light beam. Which means our guns fire straight?There are no bruises from being hit, no mess, no pain, just a lot of fun!
The Extreme combat guns used by Perth Bucks Party only emit a harmless invisible light beam. Which means our guns fire straight? Watch out if you are wearing the shock belt!! Ouch!
There are no projectiles fired so there is no pain and no bruises to worry about.At the beginning of each session players are given a detailed safety briefing.Unlike paintball there is no need to wear a mask.
Although the arrows fired are foamed tipped but there still is the chance of pain and minor bruises.Players are given a comprehensive safety briefing and must wear a safety mask like paintball.
Yes we play on most rainy days. Players love it when it rains because it is more authentic. Waterproof ponchos are available. We recommend you bring a change of clothing with you. Hot showers are available at our Swan Valley battlefield. In severe weather we will contact you to reschedule.
Unlike paintball players are not required are no required to wear goggles unless they are playing Archery Combat
No! Not with Laser Combat. With Extreme Combat it is unlikely due to the accuracy of the guns -no curving paintball.Bucks Party Perth provides players with 500 rounds of ammunition. Extra ammo is rarely needed due to the accuracy of the guns but is cheap only $5.00 per 150 rounds.
Warning: Extreme Combat is dangerously addictive….there are no projectiles so there is no pain and no bruises to worry about. Unless you choose to wear the shock/pain belt, delivering a pain penalty when you are shot.At the beginning of each session players there is a detailed safety briefing.Players do not need to wear a mask like in paintball.
Sorry for safety reasons players who have consumed alcohol are not allowed to play.“The beer tastes better after a hard fought battle.”

Is your question not answered here? Please contact us, we’re always happy to help and to provide honest advice.