Until last month, I had never even touched a paintball gun. A friend of mine suggested we try it, so we looked up paintball fields in the area, and Headhunters came up. Everyone seemed very happy with this field, so my friend, my brother, and I bought some markers and headed out. Not knowing how anything worked or even how to really play, we approached Jason. He walked us through registering, prices, and filled our tanks. My first day out was an absolute blast, even though I got my butt kicked in every game.
We started out with woodsball. The field is awesome! Lots of trails, tons of cover, a few deer stand type posts, and a massive "castle" at the far end.
I didn't expect to even try speedball, as the youtube videos I had watched prior to going made speedball look like a game that I would have absolutely no chance in. Boy was I wrong. The speedball course is really cool. Plenty of airbags for cover and two "snakes" on either side. Speedball is definitely my favorite.
After my first day, I was very impressed with everything Headhunters offers. Great prices, great field, and very friendly people!
Today was my second day playing here and it was even better. I bought a different marker with full-auto capabilities, and headed over with three others. I still got my butt kicked in woodsball, but not as much, having a better mental picture of the woods layout. We played a good amount of 2 on 2 speedball games and I got plenty of kills there. I even tried to referee once LOL.
All in all, I give Headhunters a 10 out of 10. The prices are great. $5 to play, $10 all day air, $15 full gear rental if you don't have your own, $0.50 water/pop, $1.00 hotdogs, and $40 cases of paintballs. The people are super friendly and knowledgeable. If there was anything that I could say I don't like, it would be the paintballs today. They were white fill which is a bit difficult to see.
Anyway, if you have played for years or just learning it like me, and you are in the WNY area, check out Headhunters. You definitely won't be disappointed!
P.S. Thanks Jason for letting me know about writing a review before I left. Your right, this IS addicting!