via TTC: landsdown station, walk west until sterling and then continue walking down for approximately 10-15 minutes.
It has been a while since I've played paintball and when I was told about CQB, i jumped at the idea. It is definitely a different experience than the other Toronto paintball fields and more realistic. Through the site, I can clearly see the different types of kit I can use and view the field easily.
To start off, if you enjoy realism of combat, this is the place to be. Not only is the field reflect today's armed combat of urban ops, but the kit used also does. CQB uses the milsig signature markers including the K-Series elite and the K-series commando both replicating a SMG and Rifle. You can also choose between magazine-fed or hopper-fed markers to induce more realism. They also offer the Tiberius 0.68 cal pistol if you wanna be that hardcore man. Of course, when you look at what a great opportunity you can get to simulate urban warfare, the price must be expensive but, its not.
CQB is priced at the same prices of any other paintball field despite its realism. It also offers different discounts in its price and different packages for the trigger happy player. They're hours of ops are 12-12 which is great for anyone since no one wants to wake up early or go to sleep early. And the staff is definitely there to assist to any problems or needs that you have. They are a new field and are willing to give the new guys a hand in this type of game.
People need to start going to this place! Fully urban warfare feel to this place which gives any player a great experience compared to the other paintball fields. Just Great.