The paint here is very cheap and so is admission a case of 2000 balls is 40 bucks and the admission is 15 with free refills on air while playing but have to go to shop for co2 refill. The field here is small and sometimes flooded. A lot of the people that play there are little kids with inverts spraying around and are kind of a pain. The refs are young kids that are mean and call u out sometimes when your not. The guy coordinating is very nice though he helps you get into a game and is very helpful. The shop here has very good selection of gun but some are really overpriced. All the guys working at the shop are ok and they like you more if you buy expensive things. In all it is a decent shop but the field is not great though I would only go if I cant get somewhere else. I rate this a 7 mostly because of the store.
Last edited on Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 10:29 pm PST
liberty much better more exspensive
cousins much better
zj good field
Directions to the Field:
prices 15 all day admission and air
paint runs from 40 for a case
rules are enforced a lot
proshop is great i buy most of my guns from there
staff the owner is nice and some staff the refs are unfriendly
the players are annoying there are so many little kids shooting ions
field is tiny its OK for 3 on 3 but its muddy! very muddy but they need there old 1 back
food is from the deli next store its ok
i buy most big things from the store cause its free tecking on guns bought there
field 5 out of 10 cause i dont like the refs they are unfrendley but the guy coordinating is nice and prices are good
store is a 8 out of 10 cause they have everything but its kind of pricey
over all i play here when i cant get farther to a better field
Last edited on Sunday, September 21st, 2008 at 6:47 pm PST
madness-indoor, air bunkers, bad refs, slimey feild, REALY expensive
liberty-woodsball(has hardball), bad refs, xpensive
Well this place had been talked about amongst my friends and i figured i should go there with some of my friends and i guess they forgot to mention it is just a wincy bit bigger than my driveway(feild is about 45 ft long and 15ft wide) there are huge puddles of water behind the bunkers and in the break zone which are smelly and dirty. there is mud everywhere and it smells like diseased crap. the bunkers are pretty small and in a sort of good position but its hard to move in such a tight spot. but the refs are exelent and nice they help you along the game like giving pointers. if it werent for the refs and the cheap paint(45 or 50 a case)i would give this place a 1.
I've played at liberty paint but most other fields are in long island
My first opinion when i got there was it was small. My friends said there was a nice indoor arena. Well anything regarding the indoor arena don't listen to. That indoor field has been closed for a while. There is one field. Small. I would recommend it for a small group. The games go quick and are extremely fun. The refs are good. When i was there they took someone out for puttin your hand inside the mask. There are 8 bunkers and a tree. The tree is a terrible spot to hide unless you are covering for your teammates. The shop is small but it has a lot. The workers are really nice. I would trust them with my stuff for a while and if I was interested in getting something i would go there and if they don't have it they would recommend another place to get it. Overall very good. (Not meant for big party)
Im sorry but my review is more on the proshop than the field. But based on my impression of the shop i can only imagine the field review would be just as good. My first impression of the shop when me and my team pulled up was not great. It looked so small from the outside and we began wondering if we would even find what we were looking for. We stepped inside and we thought wow it is small but man look at all the stuff in here. Yes the store is small but dont let it fool you, there was more stuff in that small shop than ive seen at other shops in the NY area. The amount of things available impressed us instantly. Anthony and the staff are very knowledgeable and helpful. When you walk in you feel like youve been there hundreds of time, they are so laidback and answer any questions you may have without making you feel stupid. Like i said they have a big selection of products for a small store and i really liked that. Although they may not carry some products that people always ask for, its because as the staff says, we carry products that we have used and trust in our markers and the markers we sell. Well after hearing that, i realized that in my 21 yrs of playing this sport i have never come across a store that came right out and said that. They have new markers for sale and also preowned. First store ive been to that sells preowned markers, but they service the markers and make sure they are running just as good as if it was new, very impressive. My only intention was to look around while my friend checked out the prices, sure enough he ended up buying a few things he wanted. And after seeing a preowned ion on the wall i decided to just buy it, along with a few upgrades. You also get a warranty from the store for every marker you purchase from them, another impressive point. Well i have gone to the store twice and have already spent about $500.00 and plan on spending more there. The service is great and the staff is very honest with you. Even if you want something expensive they will tell hey this is just as good and its cheaper. They now have new customers for life. Me and my team The Angels Of Death have decided that this will be our new purchasing place. The prices are comparable to the internet and anthony is willing to order anything he doesnt carry. A ten rating wouldnt even do this store any justice, it just cant be rated. I strongly recommend anyone looking for a great place to shop to stop by and visit them even if you dont buy anything talk with the guys once you do you will just want to leave with something. I will continue to support them and even though im not a speedball player i am seriously considering trying out the field soon.
nothing really close, but liberty, hornets, and the paintball arena
ok here is the deal a lot of the other reviews state things about their indoor field, this field is now long gone so disreguard the ones about the indoor place. They have a little field aside a gymnastics warehouse. I started playing here about 4 years ago and couldnt leave, the games are just so fast paced and aggressive. They match up the teams evenly so it always comes down pretty close. anyway there are about 8 bunkers including a tree( i would advise NOT USING THE TREE there is not enough cover). Anyway there is a pro shop rite there and they know everything, they dont have half bad prices either 40-50$ for paint and 15 entry including unlimited air. The refs here are the best iv ever seen they really arent affraid to get hit checking for hits(NOTE-the reffs do not interfear in the game at all). Go to this place during the summer on a dry weekend and you will not be disapointed.
Me and my friends just went to this field yesterday and our first impresion was that this is a joke. After a quick mental examintaion i saw 14 or so bunkers (including a tree). We met up with a couple of friends and I was discouraged even more by the smell off broken paintballs, mud, and soggy woodchips. Also, it had rained that morning and each one of the back bunkers had a nice little puddle surrounding it. We played our first game and my sprits jumped high. It was a VERY fun field. The refs were good and didn't miss a thing. Paint was cheap, plus all-day air. Chrono line isn't too bad if you showed up early. There's a nearby deli for food. The proshop is knowledgeable, and has way more guns than Cousin's. Field was very fun when the sun came out. There are easy lanes to burn right off the break, surprising for such a skinny field. Wiping is nearly is realy hard with all the refs. And we went on a not-so-busy day so it was alot of play time. I'm definetly going back next week or so, it's just a really fun place.
They no longer have the Indoor field in beacon... they only have the small speedball court behind their shop on Rt. 6
Crazy Paint lost their indoor feild... and now only uses the backdoor court behind the gymnastics center...
The feild is very small... but its for speedball so its still a lot of fun... turn out can be big or small, best to come with of a group of atleast for...
Paint is reasonable, air is free, only 15 to get access to court for all day if u have your own equipment, 25 otherwise...
Refs are fair and experienced, the know what they are doing and have a fun safe time...
Anthony is the owner of Crazy Paint and is possibly one of the nicest guys around... and is a paintball expert... gives you very reasonable trade-in and buys... and only has the best markers in his inventory...
I will keep going back, bc the staff is very laid back and u r always bound to have a good time...
I only wish they get thier indoor court back or get a new arena...