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GryphisOne Saturday, June 5th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: April 9th, 2010
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
DBS, Forest Fire, Danger Zone (the field), TPS.
Review: *NOTE* This is for the Danger Zone Pro Shop, not the field. The field is under "Ft. Lewis" in the field listings a page back.

We don't have many repair shops for paintball markers here in Washington and those that we do have are at least an hours drive away, depending on where you live. All I have to say is, if you're going to drive for an hour to get to a pro shop, don't pick Danger Zone.

I bought an older Autococker a few months back and found out that there was an issue with the timing or some crap like that. After doing some research, I learned that there were only two paintball shops that offered repairs that were anywhere near where I live. Dispite all the poor reviews I read about the DZ pro shop, I decided to make the drive down and see what the story was. Big mistake.

1. The shop was more or less empty with just a few masks, loaders and jerseys on the floor and a few Tippmanns on the wall rack. Not a good sign if you're going there to buy toys.

2. There was only one person there, an older woman who knew nothing about my marker and wouldn't even take a look at it. Why the heck would you work at a paintball shop if you don't know jack about markers?

3. While they only charge $25 per hour (the only plus), there was a month long waiting list and with a game coming up in a few weeks, that was just too long.



To rap this up, this shop isn't 100% worthless. If you need air or Co2 fills, they can do that for a small fee. But if you're going to drive an hour to get to a paintball repair shop, I HIGHLY recomend the DBS field in Everet. Not only can they fix your marker (mine was done the same day), they have lots of markers, parts and gear to keep your mouth watering. Hope this helps.
 

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