But what about paintball? Participants in that popular activity shoot at each other, but they do so using nonlethal capsules of colored dye. How do the BSA’s health and safety experts qualify this activity that seems to be in a gray area?
That’s what Bill B., a Scouter who emailed me earlier this week, wanted to know.
He writes, simply:
Does BSA have any guidelines on paintball competitions as a troop activity?
For the answer, I went to the BSA’s experts: Health and Safety head Richard Bourlon and Insurance and Risk Management leader Mark Dama.
Here’s what they said:
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