The refs at Jaegars are nice enough but its the field that turns me off. I don't know how long it has been their but it needs to really be cleaned up. It smells pretty bad. Their are puddles that are different colors and I stay away from them. Then their is the barrels. They have about an inch of paint that has never been cleaned off. Outdoor fields are better but I haven' t played much up their. It is a long walk from the caves to the outdoor fields. And here is a tip. if you want 500 rounds don' t go to the front office, go into the proshop. It is ten dollars cheaper in the proshop
i'll give it a 6/10
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I played in the cave. The staff was nice, though only one ref on the field, and all all he did was game on game off. Staff is knowledgable, helped fix my friends marker. Though I think they dropped his tank and damaged the reg. Indoor paint is far too expensive. I bought the same paint at another field and it was $30 cheaper. Field smelled, but you get used to it fast.
jaegers was an awesome place to go to. It had a few problems but over all it was great. My friends and I showed up just for a day of paintball and needed one marker worked on. We had planned on using their outdoor fields but they had been reserved by somebody. So instead we had to use an indoor field. This didn't bother us to much since we had the entire field to ourselves. The guys there let us move the bunkers any way we wanted and play any style we chose. The only that sucked was that it was a very small field. We wanted to play the outdoor fields and the guys that reserved them didn't show up until we were leaving. they thought the field opened 4 hours after it really does. One of the best things about jaegers is how nice the guys that work there are. The guy in the proshop was very good at fixing my autococker and installing new parts. He only charged me a 5 dollar labor fee even though he had to work on my gun 3 TIMES IN ONE DAY!!!The only thing i reccommened doing is calling ahead of time and making sure the field(s) you want to play aren't reserved or full of people. Besides not being able to use to outdoor fields, Jaegers was an awesome place and i will gladly go back.
Jaegers was a really awesome turn from the usual day on the field. They outdoor field is lacking, but where they really excel is in there indoor (caves) field. Nowhere have i ever seen anything like it and i will always remember playing at Jaegers. Prices could be a little lower, but its worth it to play in the caves.
When I went to Jaegers it was to have my marker looked at and upgraded. The folks there took the time to make sure they worked out all the kinks and kept in touch over the 2 weeks that I could not come back and pick it up( 2 1/2 hr drive each way). When I finally got back up to KC we loaded my cocker up and let'r rip while Ben dumped paint in my loader for me :-) From my experience and my friends I'd have to say they have one of the best air smiths around and will definitely make the trip up there again next time I can't figure out a problem.
I am new to this sport and live just a few miles from Jagers. I must say the people there are the nicest people I think you will find anywhere. Everyone goes out of their way to make you happy. When I wanted to rent some knee pads (deposit only, no charge), the only ones they had behind the counter were not in very good shape, so the lady went and got a new set for me to use. No charge for renting a tank also (I have a gn but my tank is not in yet). The refs let you play just about any game you want to.
Bring 2 cans of food for Harvesters and they will give you $5.00 of your field fee (not sure if this is year round).
Jaegers is a pretty good place to play. The paint is a little expensive but it's all good. The refs there are tight. They let you decide what type of game you are going to play. The proshop is awesome. If you have a minor problem with your gun, they will fix it for NO charge. Do not go on weekdays or you will not have very many players. Go on a weekend. Be prepared to get messy because you will but it all washes out.
Jaegers is a great field to play at. The refs will help if you ask especially if you get to know them. Not many of them are very old but they know alot about the sport. I wouldn't go on a weekday during the middle of the day because they don't get that many people then. The bulk of there customers come on the weekends. It is a great place to come play for new players (inside) and pros (outside). The paint inside is a little high priced but if more people came and bought it they cold lower there price. also if you have a little problem for your gun or need help the proshop guy who is always there will useally fix it for FREE. They only charge on a big time comsuming thing. I would suggest becoming a menber though to get cheaper paint and save ten bucks every time you come in. Jagers is a great field and I would give it a ten out of ten.
Splat City- I liked it, but this one is alot better.
WW Paintball- Sucked majorly.
Paint Games Plus- Really good for outdoors woodsy type of ball.
When we first got there, there was a church group and so we just joined up with them. A few experienced players got in too. The only reason i came here is because it was cold outside and they lowered their paint prices by 20 bucks. Still, it isnt the cheapest thing in the world so i would recommend going on cheap nights. They give you a protective helmet so dont bring a hat. Now to the important stuff, we played only team elimination because either we had too many people to play flagball or because the group only wanted to play elimination. It would be a smart thing to look around the field before you play your first game, because it is a little confusing at the beginning. We then had alot of people and played on "the donut" which is 3 fields put together. It is a field that requires team work and planning. it is so much fun though. I would definitly reccomend beginners to advanced players come here. The day before i forgot to charge the battery on my gun so it ran out in a few hours, so the guy installed a new 9v for no labor charge. The desk staff is awesome too.
Dropzone (never been there, but planning on going soon)
Splat City (sucks)
This is the best paintballing place I've been to. Now, granted, I've only gone to 2 different places, but this place really does blow Slat City out of the water. The employees there give you good advice on how to take apart your marker and clean it and all of that stuff (in the proshop), and the others are usually always working at something, but will be glad to help you in any way they can. The refs suck, i've seen people on my own team get hit, back up to our start point, work on wiping off the paint, and run back in to help with the assault. It really bothers me when people do that; especially when the ref just stands in his spot picking his nose through the mask instead of watching the game. The last time I went, I swear the ref was my age (14). Now, after all of the critisism, I have a little more to dish out still. The paint prices are pretty fricken' high. $70 for a case of paint?! I can get a case of marbalizers at dick's for $50!! I think they are working on lowering those prices once they officially buy the cave instead of renting it. Their outdoor and indoor fields are a lot of fun to play on, offering a lot of places to hide, and since it's a cave, a lot of natural rock walls to lean around. Some of the indoor courses are a little uneven with the fairness (better bunker placement, more of a confined base), but it really isn't so bad that the team with the advantage will win every single game. And one last thing. People, it smells, but when your'e out there getting shot at from all directions and the ring of paintball guns can be heard like cannons, do you REALLY notice it? I'll give this place a 9/10, just because of the paint prices, otherwise, great job Jaegers!!!
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