In ancient battles, combatants used war paint to intimidate enemies, inspire cohesiveness, and get in touch with their feminine sides. When it comes to paintball, however, being covered in war paint is less desirable. Give your friends a fresh paint job with today’s deal: a paintball session with equipment and ammo at Randolph Paintball. Choose from the following two options:
- $20 for a paintball session with equipment and 200 paintballs (a $41 value)
- $30 for a paintball session with equipment and 200 paintballs, plus an upgraded gun and nitrogen (a $61 value)
This deal is good at your choice of Randolph Paintball's three fields; please note, however, that the indoor field at Randolph doesn't re-open until December. Get gunning in the meantime by visiting the 20-acre Holbrook field or the Plainville field. Once the December weather comes, you may visit the 10,000-square-foot AstroTurf indoor field, assuming you haven't already redeemed your Groupon. Walk-ins are not allowed at the indoor field, so call ahead to reserve your spot.
If you've always wished the work of John Woo was more like that of Jackson Pollock and vice versa, you've found your new home. Randolph Paintball is welcoming to newbies; you'll get a safety orientation by staff referees before the games begin. Both parts of this deal include all the necessary gear: gun, mask, all-day air, jacket, gloves, and 200 paintballs. The upgrade is for an Azodin Kaos paintball marker with sniper barrel, and nitrogen instead of CO2. If you're feeling trigger happy, purchase additional paintballs (starting at $6 for 100), perfect for playing tic-tac-toe on the exposed brickwork in the den. Be sure to dress appropriately: the paint washes out of clothing, but you're going to get really dirty, no matter how gifted a sharpshooter you may be.
Randolph Paintball's indoor field is located in Randolph; the outdoor fields are in Holbrook and Plainville. Game sessions are held Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sundays starting at 10:30 a.m. in all weather conditions—especially in the non-weather conditions at the indoor field. Make sure to call ahead so you have a spot.
Paintball aficionados on PBreview.com have this to say about Randolph Paintball:
- I started playing paintball at this field and i am glad i did. The staff is very helpful for inexperienced and pro players. – PullTheStars
- Randolph Paintball is a field dedicated to keeping a clean fun place to play. – Ruthless Steve
- Pretty good fields with a variety of bunkers. The fields are big and allow for a lot of room… – pbponcho
To make every game as exciting, safe, and enjoyable as possible, Randolph Paintball personnel conduct a safety orientation before grouping each game's 15 to 25 players into teams based on age and ability. The center also employs professional referees to oversee every 10- to 15-minute bout, as players target their rivals with semiautomatic, air-powered marking guns during scenarios such as capture the flag and elimination. Rounds unfold across the two outdoor location's eight fields, where participants duck into foxholes or overtake the Lord of the Rings–inspired Helms Deep fortress. Games are played rain or shine, though during the frigid winter months the action relocates to Randolph Paintball's 1,000-square-foot indoor astroturf speedball field.