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Dosser Works Paintball
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125 Milton Ave SE Atlanta, GA 30315
125 Milton Avenue SoutheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30315
Paintball CenterToday 10AM–7PM
Sunday 10AM–7PMMonday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday ClosedThursday ClosedFriday ClosedSaturday 10AM–7PM
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"Really cool paintball place almost in downtown Atlanta."
"There were a few hiccups; #1- at check-in (regarding honoring the Groupon price."
"Best group rates we've ever gotten and the employees were awesome."
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Cody Arrington
2 months ago
Really cool paintball place almost in downtown Atlanta. It was only $30 for me but we had a group with us. I really like the openness of all their courses. They have 5 paintball courses & 1 air soft course I believe. Overall really cool place!
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Eder Acevedo
2 months ago
Went here for a bachelor party and we had a blast! We each paid $30 bus and got a full bag of paint balls plus unlimited air. It was a blast!
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Gus Drummond
4 months ago
Great place to play - I love the zombie course! Recommend it to starters
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T Lee
a year ago
I had a horrible experience there. The staff were rude and the regulars there are not friendly at all. The worst incident was after I got shot,I had time to put my bright orange muzzle cover on, held the gun up high, and stood up and still got lit up. The whole time I'm yelling "WTF". I have bruises on my forehead, arms, body and legs. Three other people in my party had similar experiences with the regulars there. We're obviously not going back and will stick to the other friendlier paintball places. The only good thing I can say is that it was inexpensive. You get what you pay for.
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Samantha Bennett
2 months ago
Great should come in a group of 5 or more. Even if it's just you, you'll still have a great time. Saturdays are fun and exciting. Sundays are chill and laid back.
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Ivan Cardona
2 weeks ago
Great gameplay. Great prices!
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Andrew Morris
a year ago
Great staff and different courses offered to suit everyone's wants. We played games under the covered pavilion which offered a wide variety of cover. The outdoor course was probably my favorite with a zombie like feel to it. Buy the Groupon and you won't regret!
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Mike F.
a year ago
First off, take note we used a groupon on a Sunday afternoon. I myself would go back to dosserworks but I had better experiences at paintball Atlanta when I was college aged, 10 years ago – where they had multiple referees on the larger fields reminding people of the rules, splitting everyone in to groups (often by age) and helping call hits out (sorry, yes 10+ years ago and I’m sure things have changed). For dosser, since the fields are good, get enough for a private game or strongly urge to be split from the hooligans b/c the ref/s only make sure your mask is on. Oh, and I highly recommend that u bring your mask if you wanna be able to see anything. I will add that the manager called us afterwards to offer us a very enticing package to bring us back for the bad experience we had - I'll give him two thumbs up for cust. service there! I'll update when/if we get another chance to play to see if the field-play has changed. I heard dosserworks is one of the better fields nowadays. For my friends that went there as a first time, they will never be touching paintball guns ever again and I’d blame it on the staff management despite them being very polite and friendly. The only rules that they enforced were that you wear a mask before going in and put the barrel cover on when exiting the field… Tackling/running over people on the field (OK I think that was an accident but not even an apology) and the ref just sat there and watched? Starting from half way down the map? Blind firing on to our heads, and of course the overkill as you hold your hand and gun up in the air screaming that you’re hit while automatic fire rains bruises down on you – it all happened today and it was only a small group of 5-6 guys with awesome guns playing very dirty to make things bad. There were plenty of other people with tricked out gear playing paintball as I remember - with some form of basic respect for the rules presented. Why did the experience suck? Probably because only one staff member was watching the field. Hint hint – when you have 40+ ppl oversaturating the medium-sized field, and only one of your 5 staff is watching the field while the other referee is playing... you’re doing it wrong. I also highly recommend that the one ref at least use a megaphone so we can hear the starting countdown. Given that there were two large reservations, they should’ve seen it coming. This is where your referees become important in splitting groups or enforcing rules. This is also when the typical clientele is important to look at (this IS downtown Atlanta so keep in mind that you'll probably be playing with locals a lot). My opinion would be that they could’ve split the ~20 party of children into their own group in the least. I didn’t even know they were in the last round until I got tagged – they were all hiding together at the starting point shooting at the grass before they got rolled. Before the 5 dirty players and little kids arrived, we did get our private field for one game in post-apocalypse field and it was awesome. Maybe that game was just lucky and I'm expecting too much. If this is the best field in Atlanta then I guess this is what poor economy has caused these paintball arenas to become. I'd like to think that we just played at the wrong place at the wrong time.
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