AOP uses Tippman ProLite (or Pro-Carbine?) and 98C for rentals and is field paint only. There is no pro shop but I was told that they can order stuff for you. There are two porta potties and two covered areas to get out of the sun/rain/snow/whatever. From these areas you can see the action on a couple of the fields. They are able to do night games by appointment only. The fees seemed reasonable (for me), call or check out the website at www.albanyoutdoorpaintball.com for exact prices.
There are six fields covering 20 acres. These consist of a kinda speed ball field (that slopes off to one side), some woods ball fields with lots of bunkers for sliding behind (or into ), roundtown for attack and defend games with a dry, deep creek bed for trench action, and an ultimate air field. It seems this place has someting for everyone.
One thing to be aware of: When Lee (the owner/ref) says that goggles must be worn on the field and that barrel plugs must be in, he means GOGGLES MUST BE WORN ON THE FIELD AND BARREL PLUGS MUST BE IN! He explained this to me and the group of early/mid-teens to mid-20's that were also there 3 times in detail before we got on the field. Three times! Yet within the first 45 minutes and one warning apiece 2 dummies were kicked from the field for violating those rules. His field, his rules and I applaud his sticking to them to make sure everyone is safe and can have fun.
I find that AOP is worth the hour plus drive for me. Go check 'em out. If you go on a sunday you might be able to see the NAUGHTY DOGS practice.