The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
July 10th, 2005
Other Fields in the Area:
Adventure-Better Speedball and prices but not as good for woodsball
Commando was the first place i ever went paintballing. The rentals are decent and work well (piranhas and tippmans). They have the best woodsball and Alamo fields, but the prices for a 15 yr old like me with little income are too high unless you get a membership card which they want $100 for. You would have to go at least six times to actually get a deal for that price and you still have to pay $10 to BYOP every time you go. They are safety conscience there which is good. Almost all the players and refs there are nice. They do offer food which is also a plus. The staff seem kinda like they are just there to make money though. My friend needed help fixing a leak on his gun and they took it apart and put it back together the wrong way and made the problem worse. He had to take it to a Paintball/Gun Pro Shop to get it fixed properly. The o-ring on my cupseal broke and was leaking air. They used a wrench to open it and scratched it all up. I asked them if it was the same o-ring as a co2 tank and they said no so we tried a whole bunch of different o-rings and they didn't work. I then tried my own co2 ring and it worked. Then they charged me for all of the o-rings they tested :(. Other than that the field is great.
Last edited on Friday, August 18th, 2006 at 11:07 pm PST
Dispute: Actually you would have to go no more than 4 times to pay for the membership! The membership costs 100 dollars and you get free entry, which is normally 20 dollars, you get free air, which is normally 7 dollars, and you get discount on paint and can earn points toward merchandise. The membership pays for itself after 4 times just from free field entry and air or co2.
The field fee is $15, you get that free with the membership. They cahrge you to bring your own paint $10 every time, membership or not. Use their paint u say? Then you overpay for field paint more than Nelson or Adventure even with the "discount."