This field is great and really cheap the staff is one of the best ever.. had a problem with my gun i couldnt fix (didn't know how) the guy was like let me help you out and looked at it and laughed and said u have a problem ill be back i was worried but within 10 min he came back and said try it now worked perfect and still running great i was like thanks how much for your service he said no charge ( i had to tip him for his services ) now thats costumer service!!!! another plus GET TO USE YOUR OWN PAINT if u wanna play give this place a try youll go back
My home field in my backyard
The Good: The staff is very nice and helpful, prices are very cheap, nice pro-shop.
The Bad: I didn't really like their tire field because of lack of cover in the middle, you have to move up the sides or you die. The other field with the pallets and hay bales was alright, I liked the huge distance between cover, it makes people move, it is a little big for less than 10 people though. I did not play thier woods field because the ref said it sucked and I didn't play any of the indoor fields. Oh yeah and if your younger and don't have a car you have a long walk down to the fields.
I would recomend the pro-shop but not the fields, my field behind my house is better than theirs.
It is a nice place to play but there are a lot of noobs, when me and my 3 other friends went we vs, 4 others and it took under a minute to beat them.It is cheap too 15$ on saturdays and sundays to get in. but on fridays 7.50$ but you have to buy 500 of there paint but it is 14 for zap and 17 for pmi premium so you will only have to spen 21.50 and c02 is only 2.50$ for any size great place 2 indoor fields both nice but streets is kinda small but my favorite, because of the mazes on the side.hyperball is fun also.
The people there are awsome and nice.
CAN someone messages me what a good barrel for the silver bullet? thanx i think about the evil barrel
The workers are extremely nice and helpful they fix your gun for free. The tire field is so fun to play they also have a spool field and a haystack field that one is a little to big. They also have to indoor fields. The speedball field is amazing while the city street below is a Little to small. So all in all go to this field!!!!!
yea ive been going here for about 2 year or as long as its been open. this place is awsome. 6 fields 4 our door and 2 indoor. ive pled every coarse there. when i first started they helped me out a ton the employees there are very good ....this place is a ton of fun cheap easy nice, everyone here is a good person. there are sooo many advantages there: you can bring your own paint, if u dont cases starting at $50 going to $65. $15 for the WHOLE DAY not just like 4 hour sesions. You can get anything you want through special orders.
go there sometime if you havent its the best
if you dont your missing out....
Last edited on Friday, June 18th, 2004 at 9:50 pm PST
Paintball Sam's - PBSam's is much larger and great fun, but also more expensive to play because you must use their field balls.
The Siege offers a fun and varied paint-balling experience at reasonable prices. Its $15 to play all day and you can use your own paint if you bring your own gear. Paint sold on site is reasonably priced at $55 -$65 for quality balls. I think gear rentals are $10.
There are two outdoor fields, one of which is about an acre in size spotted with truck tire barriers. The other is about 2.5-3 acres of woods and an open area spotted with wooden barriers and hay bales.
The indoor field is a converted barn with two floors of courses, a speed ball course upstairs and a city scape down stairs. The city scape provided lots of close quarter excitement. Nothing fancy but lots of fun.
I've played the Siege four times in the last year with groups of my son's friends and Dads and always have a great time. There's nothing fancy about the place, but it works. And the pricing is great, especially for young players who might have a hard time coming up with the money to play at a higher priced field and that restricts you to using their over priced balls. Tank fills are the same price for any size CO2 tank (I think $2 or $2.50).
The staff and refs are great and are very helpful. I recommend it.
Last edited on Tuesday, November 4th, 2003 at 9:44 am PST
-The fields are all really fun to play on. The indoor fields each can appeal to players of all types
-The prices are so low if i didn't know any better id think i was in China. The entry fee is like a penny.
-What to say about the staff............Very helpful and friendly. If anything is wrong with your gun and they cant fix it, it probably time to get a new gun.
-You can bring your own paint. Thats always a plus.
-Games are watched and reffed very well. I hardly have ever run into any disputes over whether someone should be out or in. They are on the top of their game as refs.
-I don't have enough money to play there every single day its open.
Playing here is really cheap and fun. Even if your not really into paintball just come out for one day and I can almost guarantee that you will be hooked.
Last edited on Tuesday, December 23rd, 2003 at 1:01 pm PST
If u are just starting to play or have been playing a long time this is the place to go. The staff and refs are very friendly and helpful. if ur gun is broke u can take it there and they will fix it for free. paint is cheap here. parts are cheap. highly recomend playing here
i really dont have a lot to say other than the siege OWNS! best fields in southeast wisconsin
-Price is very cheap
-A case of paint for $50
-You dont have to use field paint
-Their hyperball field is a lot of fun
-The reffs and owners are really cool there
-They have a total of 6 fields and are still adding on
The siege is a great place to play.. It is so cheap price wise compared to a place like BFG and its a lot of fun. Ive gone to a few tournments there and they are pretty smoothly ran. If you have gun problems or anything like that they know what they are doing and can usually fix it.
paintball dave's (never played)
Milwaukee Paintball Center (never played)
This is a good field. I've only played this one, and as you can see my experience isn't great, but compered to other fields in the area, i'd rather play this one.
Thier hyperball field is okay, but there's paint and shells all over the floor which makes it hard to run (rather slide) around. Opt to take center and stay low, the refs are in there really close, careful not to shoot him (I said I was sorry!).
The tire field is great, full of old tractor and moster truck tires.
The big field is full of hay bails and pallettes. If you have an accurate barrel you can sit in the back and snipe.
There are a few more fields I have yet to play including the Wooded Field ( kind of hidden, alot of people don't know about it.) and the spool field which is made up of a bunch of big electrical spools.
The pro shop is nice, they could order almost anything for you. they also accept commissions (they offered $5 for my stingray), give Co2 fills, and have extremely good prices. The typical rental gun is a Tippman 98 Custom semi-auto, which includes a Co2 tank and facemask.
This is a great field, and I recommend it to anyone.
Last edited on Tuesday, August 26th, 2003 at 9:05 pm PST