I went to play at this field over the weekend because it was open in the evening after I got off of work. These are my observations fro going there.
The outside wall of the building has been shot up with paintballs, not good that someone has been shooting in the parking lot. The indoor field is a airball field (big woop, but playing is playing) that is set up on a old rollerskating rink. The floor is indoor outdoor carpet. There is only the one field inside, and one small out outside.
I walk in the proshop, and there are two fresh yellow splats on the wall were the guns are hanging. I hear a shot behind me, and this kid (teenager) is sitting on the floor with a switched on gun and no hopper, dry firing. No barrel cover. At this point I should have turned around and left, but I went over to look at the field. Behind me I hear someone pouring rounds into a hopper, and turn around to see someone in a staff shirt loading the same hot gun, still without a barrel cover, and walk outside to shoot. At this point, I did leave.
This field is the only indoor field in the area, and is probably why it is still in business. I will refuse to play at this or any other field that has such a complete disregard for safety as I witnessed here.
My suggestions would be to start enforcing such common sense rules as barrel covers on when not on the playing area (I imagine this is how the gun board got shot, some idiot who thought the gun was unloaded), no dry firing, and not shooting in the parking lot. All it will take is for one of the kids or the parent to get his eye shot out for the place to get sued and shut down. Come on guys, this ain't rocket science.