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recguy Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: February 25th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
none
Directions
to the Field:
Directions were easy to get to their field off their web site. Plus guy at store told me over the phone.
Review: I just started playing paintball last month. I went in to the dmz store to buy me and my kid a paintball gun. After looking around we ended up buying 2 Tippmann 98's. We got free memberships to the field with our purchase. I was just going to blast my kid in the backyard but we decided to try the field first.

When we got there we bought our paint (which I have no clue why people say its expensive there??? it cost me and my boy $40 in total and we had a great time for 3 hours)

We were told the saftey instructions and rules (I had no clue there were rules in the first place) and warned several times about the goggle rule. One kid didn't listen and the refs tossed him off the field for the day. He had played for about an hour and that was it. But I was glad to see they are strict with safety.

It was a warmer winter day so the camp area was ok with gravel but the main path were everyone was walking got a bit muddy. But its winter so I can't complain.

The refs were strict but polite and they helped my kid with some tactics on the field. I actually while standing in the dead box bumped into a guy I work with, with his kid as well.

The field has a lot of different games they offer on some pretty cool stuff. The one ref said they have plans for some bigger town soon.

The paint shot well through our Tippmanns, they used a winter ball so we didn't break paint. They also tested the speed of our guns and others.

Very professional field, look forward to coming back and playing again. And if the rest of Niagara has this quality then I am happy my son and I got into this sport.
 

Review Comments
Quetzalcoatl Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006 | 8:20 pm PST
Glad you had a good time. Next time you're out introduce yourself around lots of good guys out who like to play ball.
   

hotrods Friday, July 7th, 2006 | 10:17 am PST
try playing there without a member ship you will find the prices vary high like it is 10 dollars for a bag of 100. but if you have a member ship it is 25 a bag of 500. but if you have talked to the owner or ask somethings that may sound dumb. he will make fun of you. i would suggest you try Niagara paintball games. i play there alot they have way way less mud and cost way less and the reffs are way nicer and have more skill. there are alot more people that help if you don't know them at all or if you do. oh ya and at NPG they sell tanks guns and hoppers and they let you rent out a pod pack and chest pad and so on.
   

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