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Delta Force Paintball Dublin, Bray
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Went last weekend for a friends birthday. The day was very warm and it was sunny. This made the day hard work for an old man like me. The staff were brilliant and couldn't have done more for us. Reall... read more »
Went there with a group of mates. Joined in with other groups. Great day had by all and the marks to prove it. Played 6 games and was wrecked. Staff are really helpful and gave us a fantastic experien... read more »
We had a great time on Sunday the 29th of May for my bf's birthday. Staff were friendly and helpful. Weather was amazing as well so fantastic day altogether. Thanks a mill guys! Looking forward to com... read more »
Best paintballing I've done in Ireland. Staff were great - friendly, good fun and made an effort to make it a good afternoon. Great arenas, and big area with plenty of different game options.
Went there today. Staff were fantastic in particular Sean, very polite and accommodating, health and safety briefing was very good and staff excellent at ensuring rules followed.
Went with a few friends as part of a pre-Christmas social, having never been paintballing before and by the end of our time were already looking forward to our next visit! Everyone in the group was glad they came along (which was a relief for me as the one who suggested it!). The different settings made for really interesting gameplay suiting different teams and individuals at different times (total annihilation is NOT my thing it seems - way better at strategies and attack and defending!) which was really fun. Also they divided our group in half amongst all the players so we were always playing against a few people we knew which was brilliant craic! With all the gear on you often hit a friend on the opposing team before you even realise it and it makes for good laughs after. We were really well, though quickly prepped by the staff before going out and the day moved really smoothly from round to round so we had enough time to get ready for the next one without sitting around unnecessarily. I'd recommend it happily =) Regarding the two things I was most worried about and I'd heard most before going paintballing (having never been): 1) 'It's painful' - It's really not that bad!!! Yes you feel them if you get shot at close enough range, there may be a few bruises but having been there done that it's grand and you shouldn't let that put you off!!! Also the paint is washable and you are covered in overalls. Just pointing that out because I didn't realise 'til we got there! 2) 'It's expensive' - Most of us didn't have a particularly expensive day. Most money goes on restocking paintballs so if you just think about and plan how many paintballs you use per round it's in your control how much you spend. See you in the new year! =D
Went with a group of fifteen people to celebrate a friends birthday, have been paintballing numerous times at different locations around Ireland and have thoroughly enjoyed every time and must say I did enjoy the games here while we were playing,Its just everything else associated was a problem, No signage to find the place,private road had huge holes and unmarked hidden ramps,gloves had to be bought,no tissue available between one game to clean masks and they have the cheek to sell "fogbusters"at the shop for 50c,Some staff had terrible attitudes especially one manager who thought it was alright to shout at people, two of my group were late so while after waiting initially with no real problem one staff member was quick to point it out later in the day in a totally non related issue to another group member who remarked at being barked at by said staff member who then continued to accuse said group member of shouting at him,the group member stated he had not shouted turned and walked away and the staff member had the audacity to keep spouting some sort of insults at the group member who sucked it up and said nothing simply because he was there only to have a good time,food was terrible,only little pizzas available,no wash facility's,taps in mens toilets dont work.. Another group member had booked paintballs online and could not collect them as "it was under another booking" which is absolute BS .Complete money recket.Also be aware that there are six different games on the day,each consisting of two rounds, even conserving ammunition will end up costing you many euros,They do a special 1000 balls for 85euro,thats 83 balls each round i personally bought 2 but that was me admittedly going a bit nuts, people were running out of ammunition all over during the games and I dont remember this being such a problem at other locations.Not to mention its a bit of a pain returning to HQ every-time to stock up on paintballs, something other places seem to avoid and considerably adds to the fun.. So to wrap things up I had a good day at considerable expense and with no thanks to Deltaforce paintballing in Bray, Go elsewhere is what id say...
I went with four of my friends on Saturday 14th December 2013 for the whole day. Although the weather was horrific (it was cold, foggy, windy and it rained heavy all day), we really loved it. Everything was well organised and staff members were very friendly. The only downside was the large number of people at the beginning of the day. Apart from that I can only recommend it to everyone, especially if you don't mind getting stuck in.
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