Friendly Fire paintball-only 1 time, both have their pros and cons such as one being out doors without inflatable bunkers (friendly fire) and the other (first prize) with the inflatable cover.
First impressions were...well... not so good. As i pulled up to the building with my friends, all it looked like was a beat up warehouse with a sign painted on or was it a banner i couldn't really tell...anyway when we walked in it looked pretty grousome, but adaqute. after buying my paint and getting the tank filled, they gave us the usueal safty insturctions (that should never be forgotten!). The staff was very nice and understanding to newbees like myself and my friends. when we began playing, the floor was really really slippery (at the time i went at least)i can remeber myself falling almost every game. The bunkers (inflatable type) are ok if you like speed ball and was set up for tourines etc.. we didn't play many other games other than team elimination and no mercy at the end. besides the beated upness of the place and the high prices its not a bad place to go play in the winter because it is of couse indoors. All in all its not a bad place to play.
Ps. if you plan on renting a gun think twice, because they are the pretty bad and will make your paintballing expericence unenjoyalbe. try asking a friend to lend you one before you rent one. My friends got stuck with rentals and made it less fun...
Last edited on Friday, March 21st, 2003 at 5:51 pm PST