Airsoft is like a production of Hamlet: it's exciting, demanding, and by the end everyone has pretend-died. Take airsoft arms against a sea of troubles with today's deal at SS Airsoft in Sugar Hill. You choose between two all-day, close-quarters airsoft battling options:
- For $29, you get an all-day admission plus mask and weapon rental and 1000 BBs (a $60 value).
- For $10, you get an all-day admission (a $20 value).
First-time pelleteers and seasoned pseudo-snipers infiltrate SS Airsoft's 14,000-square-foot battlefield for a day of real-life first-person shooter games. An enthusiastic staff galvanizes troops with pregame military chants inside an authentic, war-worn operations tent before setting them loose on an obstacle-strewn battlefield. The elaborately designed indoor-battle arena features an abandoned jeep, toxic-waste barrels, and broken-down shelters and walls behind which troops can take cover from hurtling planetoids. Each armor-peppering skirmish hinges on different objectives, such as capture the flag and prisoner of war, and battles are enhanced with atmospheric fog, lighting effects, and ill-timed hugs from teammates. A trio of knowledgeable, safety-focused referees monitors each close-quarters battle, which usually lasts 8–15 minutes.
More than 4,300 Facebookers are fans of SS Airsoft and give it an average of five stars:
- The field is top notch, with lots of places to hide, while at the same time large enough that we didn't feel cramped. – Khalif S.
- The field is awesome, like it is pulled out of Call Of Duty. The games are set up right, lots of different challenges that tested everyone's skills. But the best thing is the staff. You guys really do rock. – Korey M.
Longing for a realistic playland where airsoft players could get lost in their imagination and the game’s intricate military strategy, SS Airsoft owners Steve and Patti designed their own fully equipped, one-stop airsoft facility. Disabled army jeeps, stacks of old tires, and wooden crates populate the 24,000-square-foot indoor battlefield, giving players plenty of ground and obstacles to navigate. Also scattered throughout the arena is an army-green operations tent where players prep and plan, a briefing room, and an armory stocked with all the latest airsoft guns and equipment.
Completing the experience, staffers can alter the arena's environment, covering the field of play in various degrees of ominous fog and changing the lighting conditions, as well as rearranging the playing field's buildings and obstacles on a regular basis. Large groups can book the party room, which resembles an old bomb shelter and has prime views of the battlefield, and players can stock up at an onsite retail shop stocked with all the necessary guns, ammo, tactical gear, and motivation-providing drill sergeants.