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optimusakc Tuesday, December 1st, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: October 3rd, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
I have only been to Younggunspaintball twice previously and enjoyed both times alot. But when I played at Sniper Paintball it was way better! The staff at both places were easy to get a hold of but found the Sniper guys a little easier to talk to. We even invited them to our BBQ afterwards. The fields are the best part by far. Youngguns had good fields but nothing compares to the castle at Snipers!
Directions
to the Field:
The website instructions are very easy to understand and simple to find the place.
Review: Safety:
The fields were well made, very sturdy. The castle felt very strong to run on. I found no faults with any structures on the fields. The staff were always there to remind you to keep your gear on when playing or put the safety on the guns. There are designated areas you can take off your masks of course and test your gun too.

Fields:
They are the best part of Snipers. The castle is amazing! You can play a storm the castle senario where you can assualt it from 360 degrees. There were also a couple of ghost town type fields with old cars and building you could go into. There was a bush field too that was really neat, a speed ball field and countless others I can't even remember. There is no shortage of fun fields to try there.

Hours of Operation:
I don't remember the exact hours but we started at 11:00 in the morning and had no time limit for play time. We were able to play for a couple hours and then have some lunch for an hour and then go right back out there and play another couple of hours.

Prices:
The prices were very comparable to other places. You get camo coveralls, gloves (which are a nice touch) gun, paint, and air all for 50 bucks. I was able to upgrade the gun for 10 bucks too.

Rules:
The staff seemed very knowledgable about the game, equipment and rules. I did prefer the movie format that Youngguns used when we went there though. It was very thorough compared to Snipers which left me feeling like I needed to ask questions.

Services:
They have lots of firepits for hotdogs and whatever. They also have a large grill for hamburgers etc. Plenty of washrooms and the staff said they are working on future camping areas for overnight stays, awesome!

Proshop:
I didn't see any proshop at their location. Maybe thats in the works but I don't know.

Staff:
The staff were easy to get a hold of and easy to talk to, very flexible and friendly. We even invited them to our BBQ afterwards.

Refs:
The refs were great. They gave us complete freedom to pick game types or fields. They also suggested many different senarios we could play.
 

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