ive played on bullseye paint ball field but its alot smaller than thunderstruck paint ball.bullseye is good for their speed ball cource. And thunderstruck paint ball is good for there woods ball cource. If you come to Ky try these to cources.
thunder struck is a grate plase to go. usally on friday nights they have night paintball. they have a 1 or 2 acer woods ball feild. the owner is cool and the shop carries alot of gear and paint ball guns.they open 12:00am to 6:00pm mon-sat and i think colsed on sun. The owner lets you use your own paint but its $5.00 and a full rental is $25.00.
I have played here for 1 year, and its great. The ref is great and they have a great proshop. Dave will fix your gun for you for little or no charge, and their prices are great. The field is good for anyone. If you go on Saturday you can usually find a team, but if you go on sunday you will usually be the only one there.
Great prices and service. Proshop stocked and if they don't have what you need, they will probably order it. Flexibilty to open on weekdays if you have a party. Tourney's often and nice and friendly staff/refs. Hours of Operation are 6-8 fridays, 10am-3pm on sat, sun. Two speedball fields along with a nice woodsball field. If you live nearby, try it out you won't regret it.
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This is one of the best field's I've been to. The prices are some of, if not the cheapest prices there are. The field fee is $5 and air or CO2 fills are $4.50. Paint is also very reasonable. There is a full store with this field also, and Dave, the owner, will work on your marker for free (and he does good work). The environment there is great, the people are friendly and welcoming. There is a tournament level speedball field , a long narrow field with spools, and a huge woods field, with a "city" for scenario's coming soon. This field has everything you could want, except for an indoor field, which is way expensive.
Thunderstuck is just an all around great field and one of the best in KY. So just go there and try it out.
Thunderstruck is a great place to play and all of the people there are great. Things are fairly priced and the fields are pretty good. Their website is thunderstruckpaintball.com. There you can find directions, prices, forums, etc.. Its a great place to paly and you all should check it out.
air assault, conders, some place in switzer, none of them compare to the friendlyness u will be involved with at this field
Thunderstruck Paintball has to be one of the most friendly fields to play at in America. The owner Dave is real down to earth, will give u the best advice on equipment, and is not driven by commission so he will be 100% honest with you on anything u ask him about. He even allows people to showcase their guns they have for sale w/o charging them. Now on to the fields. Dave has 3 fields right now. He has a very long and narrow field with lots of spools and barrels which is really fun to play on if ur not playing in tournaments or u just wanna mess around. Dave also has a professional Airball field located up the hill that looks to be great in hosting tournaments and gettin some real good competition coming to his field. Dave has a 3rd woods paintball field that I myself have never played on, but the Tippmann owners and the like seem to like it alot. Thunderstruck Paintball also has an on property shop where dave sells co2 and compressed air, also tons of guns, tanks, just about anything u need for paintball, he even has a softdring machine located right beside one of his fields. (lol griz). Id say the only thing dave would need would be a paved parking lot and paved road leading to the fields, but hell, people need the exercise anyways. all in all, the experience u will recieve at Dave's Thunderstruck paintball will be second to none on friendlyness and advice, so i recommend visiting it if ur in the area.
the closest near grafenburg is in lexington or louisville.
Paintballhaven might be opening a field soon in shelbyville.
Thunderstruck isnt in lawrencburg its in grafenburg(between frankfort and shelbyville).
Dave(owner) is the nicest guy ive ever met he helped me out many times and wont cheat you out of money. I D K why that dude in the review below me said they arent strict b/c they are! field limit is 275 fps and barrel plugs/bags are required!!! many tourneys have been held and a few more are coming up
overall the field is the best ive played at except pb fun(but steve is a smartelic sometimes) !) 100 STARS FOR THUNDERSTRUCK
Yea more than 10 stars!
for more info call dave at 829-0122 say kenny sent you.
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I have played at Conders, Paintball Asylum, Underground paintball ( Indiana ) and paintball fun
Me and my 3 friends all decided we wanted to play on the awesome weather. One of my friends lives in Shelby county and he recommended this field to us. When we arrived it didn't look like much, but we were wrong. The store owner was very kind and polite and seemed more than happy to see new faces. He filled us up with air nad my friend bought some of their paint which he said worked fine. The Refs there were nice and so were the other people. They set up games and were friendly to all. The games we played were awesome. They aren't to strict on velocity which made it even more fun. I wouldn't recommend going as a newcomer to paintball. I saw some tough competition and if u didn't know what you are doing you will get lit up. Overall a great, kinda local spot to play aggressive paintball.
Paintball Fun @ Springhill Farm in Corydon, IN - lots more field than thunderstruck but service isn't as personal.
First of all, this field is in GRAFFENBURG, and the phone number is (502)829-0122
This field/shop is just about the only place I go to play. The pro-shop is fully stocked and the owner who runs the shop will gladly work on your gun if something is wrong with it. Free of charge unless something is really whacked with it.
There are two completed fields and a third is in progress. The first is a long narrow speedball field and the second is a large woodsball field that is a valley corydoned off into a crescent shape. The field under construction is an air-ball field up on the hill.
There is always a ref availiable to oversee your game. They are very professional in all they do.