“I'm the owner/operator of Insane Paintball. It's a paintball field located in Salt Springs, Nova Scotia and we provide services for all your paintball needs.

"My cousins played paintball, and eventually my little brother got into playing the sport as well, and I just kind of followed suit. I've gotten more into building the field rather than playing the actual game. It started as just something for me and my friends to play on.

A paint ball can travel 34 m/s (111 ft/s).

Eventually, it started attracting outsiders, just other people in the area that played paintball and as it grew and grew it got to a size where it wasn't really making sense not to open it as a business.I look at the webpage as the main way of advertising.

I might not have everybody's phone number, but if everybody has the web address and checks it once in a while, I can post on the web site to see who's interested in a game on this date, they can post if they have their own game dates set up, or their own idea, so it's just a really neat, and an easy way for people to communicate.

As far as milestones and what I wanted to accomplish, I'd thought a day when all my rentals were out would be nice, and I had that happen actually the first day I held a game. It was probably one of the larger games I have held - about 25 people.

Something that I'd recommend to anyone is if they think they have an idea that could work, do the research and make it happen, because why would you work for someone else if you can work for yourself and not have someone else telling you what to do.

Paintball guns started in the early 1970s as a tool for marking trees and livestock.

If I could have any job in the world, this would be it forever, just because it is perfect for me.”