Started out the same as most places with a quick safety talk. The usual stuff about masks, barrels bags etc etc. I didn't see them chrono any gun owners. The refs were 14-16 years old. I actually found them sitting down playing on their phones while 50 people were shooting the crap out of each other below them. It was hard to hear the refs say anything when they did talk.They mixed hardcore gun owners with 10 year old first timers(who didn't follow any rules). The field was too dark and muddy which also made stairs and ladders very dangerous. I'm mean deep mud too, 4-6 inches deep. My friend actually tripped in the mud and seriously gouged his arm open on a nasty piece of sheet metal that was sticking out on one of the buildings. The rentals were horrible. Some hoppers were held on with zip ties and others with electrical tape. My gun constantly jammed and misfired. Targets beyond 20 feet were pretty well impossible to hit with a rental gun. Paint is expensive. I went on half price day and it was still almost $40 per 500 balls. Seems to be a major cash grab with a catchy name. I could go on about stuff I didn't like but I think you get my point. I will not be attending Sgt. Splatters again.