By Mark RentonTippmann Paintball Range and Paintball Fields has been closed since March 2018.
It is one of the busiest paintball ranges in the world, with about 80 teams taking part.
But its closure was not the only one this year.
Tippman Paintball was also the scene of a serious security breach in October 2018, which saw a group of men posing as police officers enter the Range and break in.
Police were called but it was soon revealed the men had stolen paintball equipment and weapons from the range, according to the company.
The company said in a statement to the ABC the breach was “an isolated incident” and the incident was “isolated”.
“The management team has been made aware of this incident and has taken steps to ensure a safe and secure environment for its players, staff and spectators.”
Tippan’s paintball range is one that is well known and respected within the industry.
“The paintball industry is one which is growing and there are many different facets to paintball that have been developed in the last decade.”
Tippnampers paintball team has also been affected by the security breach.
“We are aware of the breach of Tippmann’s paintballs range,” the company said.
“In the meantime, Tippnamps team has closed their paintball field.”
The security breach was the latest in a string of security breaches involving the range.
In May 2018, police said they had arrested four people who were planning to carry out an attack on a paintball venue in Melbourne.
Two weeks later, the Melbourne Police Department said it was investigating a possible breach of the range’s equipment, including paintball weapons.
In July, the Victorian Premier said the range should be shut down.
Trippler paintball company owner John Tippman said he had been a victim of the security breaches in Melbourne and Queensland.
“They were just trying to find ways to get into the range to breach it,” Mr Tippmacher said.TIPPMINS LANDMARKS TRIPPMAN PICTURES THE TRIPLERS’ PENALTY FOR COVERTLY BREAKING THE POLICE RESERVE FOR BREAKING ITS OWN RESERVATIONS.
“I’m not surprised they’re having trouble with security.
It’s just because they’ve had the opportunity to do so many things to their facilities and facilities have been used for years.”
Tripplers paintball site is currently under police investigation.
“That’s a very dangerous situation.
If they had gone through our facilities, they could have done that,” Mr Jett said.
But Tippmans team was not one of those organisations.
“If you have to have security to make your business run, that’s the problem,” he said.
The Tippmins team had been running paintball for eight years.
“It’s been a lot of fun.
I think I’ve never had such a strong feeling about my business.”
You see, this is what you do in the paintball business.
You play a game you love to play and it’s just a fun way to spend time,” Mr Dyer said.
Mr Dyer, who has been running the range since it opened in 2009, said he was looking forward to his next adventure.”
People want to get a job with a company and that’s good,” he told the ABC.”
What they don’t realise is that they’re taking something from their own family.
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