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There is a difference. When you come to Defcon you’ll understand why we are Toronto’s Premiere Paintball experience. At Defcon you’ll find 30 years of real world law enforcement experience everywhere from the equipment we carry to the tactical...more
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3550 Victoria Park Ave | Unit #2-1, Toronto, Ontario M2H 2N5, Canada
Very friendly and professional staff. Equipment did not disappoint. Look for half price deals a few weeknight evenings and all holiday Mondays. The commando package is a very good deal. I would say their own specials even beat groupon deals so do the math before...More
The premises are in a very basic shape-the washrooms are dilapidated and I can't recall seeing anything like it in Canada; walls are not fully painted; there's nowhere for the parents to sit.
There are strict policies on using paintballs from other places, although they...More
This place has a really small area, also there is alot of sand. The whole battle ground is covered with sand. I've been to other indoor paintball places and they didn't need to use sand. Im not sure what the sand is for.
We had a bunch of friends go for a birthday party. We had a decent time for around 15 of us.
There was a great deal through Groupon for the rental of the equipment. 30$* for 4 people for 4 hours: gun, mask, 100 balls...More
We had a bday party with a bunch of 12-year-olds - they all had fun - despite a few welts here and there.
Note to parents who consider having a bday party there:
1. Bring a case of water - when I booked my party...More
I'm surprised about the negative reviews here. We went as a party of 9, including three 10 yr olds and the experience was great. The staff were friendly and well informed. Went through proper training and played about 2 hours straight. The arena is bright...More
Bad staff, overpriced, no one knew anything about prices and kept guessing and asking for money money. Only one referee for a full field. Referee was hiding behind a pole all the time and was texting on his phone mostly while ppl were screaming and...More
When they have deals, the prices are reasonable. They usually don't have deals though, so the prices tend to be ridiculous.
During our (myself and seven other friends) match, I tagged numerous people on the other team. However, dishonesty is rampant here, as is the...More
There was no place to buy food or drinks, not even a bottle of water. There was one vending machine which was out of order. Also the washroom was not clean. The lockers were not clean looks like this place has never been cleaned before....More
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