Paintball is a lot like chess in that both require complex strategizing, and both are almost impossible to win against autonomous robots. Play paintball against other fallible humans with today's Groupon: for $20, you get four hours of refereed paintball play, choice of Alpha Black or Tippmann 98 Custom marker, mask, CO2, and 500 Draxxus paintballs at Stunt Ranch Paintball (a $40 value). This Groupon is valid on Saturday or Sunday during public play.
Five varied, well-maintained playing fields and a rousing assortment of game styles are available for players of all skill levels at Stunt Ranch Paintball. Strap on your provided armor, stock up your shooter, and select your preferred version of multi-hued mayhem, whether you wish to practice team-based treachery in Capture the Flag or train for the paint parliament’s secret service with a game of Protect the VIP. Crawl on your belly over rocks and dash between nesting snipers with the whiz of small paint-filled capsules humming past your ears; then open fire, tucking, rolling, and shouting in slow-motion, with your enemies, best friends, or co-workers decimated in a barrage of pigments. Unlike corrupt Peloponnesian War referees, Stunt Ranch’s staff members are friendly to all splatter Spartans and quick to disqualify elephants.
Special FX Int'l at Stunt Ranch
According to his bio, Stunt Ranch owner Steve Wolf specializes in "professional training for people who like to play with matches and run with scissors." Or at least, how to look like they're playing with matches and running with scissors. Throughout his 25 years in television and film production, Steve developed an affinity for stunt work and special effects, supplying his expertise to shows such as MTV's Call to Greatness and feature films such as Hustle & Flow. Still active in the industry, Steve also shares his passion for throwing spectacle-laden events through heading up multiple enterprises that include Wolf Stuntworks, Stunt Ranch—which also encompasses paintball and stunt parites—and Science in the Movies. Through these companies, Steve's experienced team of special effects professionals is able to stage professional fireworks shows, train people in creating controlled explosions, and applying special-effects makeup to help zombies look human again.