Recently, I have been receiving emails from many Singaporeans
about how they can be involved with the Red Sevens. So I have
decided to write about "The know how to paintball with Red
Sevens". What it means is basically a 123 guide on how you can
be involved with the team. As Red Sevens is a registered
tournament team in the Malaysia paintball scene, so we pay a
cheaper price as compared to walk ins. By joining us for our
training session, you save a bundler of up to 50% on paintballs.
Rookie. Learn everything you will need to know about the game of
cmpetitive paintball. Don't worry we will guide you, we are all
Player. Join the Red Sevens Team and get yourself involved in
paintball competitions. At the moment, Red Sevens are
participating in the 3 on 3 Wernahol Cup 2007 and the Malaysia
Paintball Official Circuit (MPOC) 2007. We will need more
players to form a player roster.
Sponsor. Sponsor the Red Sevens Team in tournaments and we will
compliment your sponsorship through various form of advertising
medium. Hey! We are the still the one and only paintball team in
Singapore. And the very first...surely good enough for some
media coverage right?
Here's the plan on our regular weekend practice in KL:
Day 1 (Friday evening)
Depart from Woodlands Causeway, usually after 6 pm.
Larkin Bus Station. Take a 5 hour bus ride to KL.
in...usually in budget hotels.
Day 2 (Saturday)
Paintball all day and shopping in the evening.
Day 3 (Sunday)
Paintball all morning and depart KL by afternoon.
Purduraya Bus Station. Take a 5 hour return bus ride to
Reach Singapore by 11 pm. Can be earlier if we are taking an
earlier bus. It all depends...
course... the cost... the Red Sevens Team is all about promoting
the game of paintball. You will be paying what we are paying,
from bus ride to paintball balls.
estimated expenditure as below:
transportation (2 ways) - RM$60.00
Accommodation (2 nights) - RM$120.00
Meals: On your own
Rental of markers - RM$30.00
Pellets (Dependent) - RM$50.00 per pack of 500 pellets
Total investment - RM$260 (Excluding meals)
Come on Singaporeans, after the exchange rate, its cheaper than
what you can get in Singapore...