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zeoniks Sunday, April 23rd, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: April 22nd, 2006
Less than a month
Review: The one thing going for this place is the price. For $55 you get chest protector, goggles, a marker, 1000 paintballs, 2 pods and a strap, and admission for 3 hours. Another bag of paintballs is $20 (there are about 500 in each bag)

They have three fields ( technically two, one of which is split into two separate people to accommodate more people). They aren't very big and could be expanded if they could just get rid of the arcade room that no one uses. The fields there could use better lighting as well, especially the smaller, undivided field. The paintballs that they provide are off poor quality; they contain white paint and, combined with the poor lighting of the fields and foggin from goggles, make it very difficult to determine where the shots have landed and also make it difficult for the referees to determine if you have been shot or not. After every two rounds, markers are cleaned and re-gassed and there is time given to rest , clean up your goggles, and refill pods.

The rental markers are not so bad for the price, however occasionally you receive a defective gun; sometimes the canister de-pressurizes, the safety does work, or the gun fails to re-bolt itself after two shots, however the staff there will immediately replace it without question.

The referees there were extremely friendly and very strict about safety. They have vending machines that do not overcharge and they allow you to bring in your own food from outside. There is a shop that sells equipment, however it is more expensive than what you see at other shops and stuff you see online. They also have equipment lockers provided, free for use, however you have to bring your own lock or buy one from them. The bathrooms could use some cleaning up as the floor is constantly filled with paint and urine.

If you live in New York City, this is probably the closest and the only indoor paintball field you can go to (aside from Staten Island paintball). It accessible by subway and there are more than enough open parking spaces around the field to park your car by. By no means does it compare to an outdoor field, but it is a good place nonetheless.
Last edited on Sunday, April 23rd, 2006 at 5:31 pm PST

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