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Long Island Paintball & Airsoft

Looking for some action-packed fun? If you’re up for a high intensity, strategically challenging, adrenaline pumping game, then make sure to check out one of the multiple Paintballing or Air Soft Centers on Long Island. In both indoor and outdoor facilities, these games of simulated combat require finesse in sharp shooting, skill, agility, and of course a fierce sense of competition. Both paintballing and air soft can be played either one-on-one, or team against team, although it is more often played in groups. Many facilities offer gear rental and sales, party rentals, safety & shooting lessons, and special events hosting.

High Velocity Paintball Indoor Complex

235 South Fehr Way in Bay Shore
631-242-2096

High Velocity Paintball Outdoor Complex

426 Mill Road in Coram
631-242-2096

Long Island Paintball Arena

400 Patton Avenue in West Babylon
631-423-9086
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