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Paul27 Sunday, October 29th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: October 28th, 2006
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
None. Me and my friends used this website to find a good paintball field. Definitely glad I didn't go to a different one.
to the Field:
use Google map, pretty straight forward.
Review: From the outside, the place looks small but it is huge when you walk onto the field. Getting there wasn't a problem, the "Paintball Nation" sign is a little small but I suggest to look for a lot of parked cars.

The employees are very nice, this was my first time at paintball, I came with a couple of my friends and everyone was very helpful,friendly,funny, and well, fun. If you're a student, I suggest you bring your SPC card if you bought one, it'll give you free admission so that'll save you ten bucks on a weekend and 20 bucks on a weekday.

The girl at the front desk is smoking hot, as my friend Rob couldn't take his eyes off her. But anyway, lets talk about the field. The field is huge, there are millions of places of cover, its not dark at all and there are two cars, plus a type of bunker in the back. There is also music, which is awesome. Though I have to say, it was pretty slippery back in the bunker but it was the only thing that bothered me at Paintball Nation.

The ref was awesome, gave us a lot of different types of games from capture the flag to drug-lord to simple death-match.

Anyone who wants to go into paint balling and lives in the GTA, then I suggest Paintball nation. Great people, great field, and clean. The Paintball marker also wasn't to bad, pretty strong in my opinion.

ON a scale, 1 being horrible and 10 being awesome;
Ref-10....didn't act like a stranger, welcomed you and even calls you his buddy. Also explains everything very detailed and informative, also very strict on safety.

Field-9....Awesome field, huge,not dark,a lot of places to cover but it was slippery at times in the back which bothered me. Not as slippery as ice but if you would run then you'd have a nice bruise.

Front Desk/Staff-10......Hot, right Rob....but she helped you every way possible and would talk to you about anything, very friendly.

Marker-7.......pretty accurate,reliable but heavy, I also had to switch mine because of some kind of a defect but that was only me out of 15 people there. The ref did mention that the markers weren't cleaned that well, so he did give us a heads up.

Players-6...there was a kids party when I was there.Of course little buggers had to cheat, shot them many times and they didn't call themselves out.Thankfully, the ref called them out a fair amount.

Price-8.....30 dollars and you're set, pretty good price, seems to be one of the best around, if you're a student bring your SPC Card and you'll save a lot to. Down side was, 100 paintballs for 10 dollars(weekend).

Overall-9...I had a blast, one of the most fun moments ive ever had with my buddies. I really recommend this place to anyone living in the GTA. Safe,friendly,fun, and I would like to go there everyday but unfortunately I cant afford that. Paintball Nation definitely deserves an award for one of the most fun places to go in the GTA.
Last edited on Sunday, October 29th, 2006 at 5:54 pm PST

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