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Jinshi International Hunting Club

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Jinshi International Hunting Club, Jinshitan National Resort Community, Economic and Technological Development Zone, Dalian 116650 China
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Cbono90 wrote a review May 2015
Dalian, China589 contributions51 helpful votes
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You know all those things gun nuts and gun collectors hate about laws regarding firearms in North America and other countries? Ya, welcome to paradise folks! I am not a gun-anything, I had a childish ambition to fire some "big guns" at some point which I did in Cambodia (amazing). I think unless you are in this area and really have yearning to shoot a gun, it is a place to do it...Rumour has it Beijing has better options on their "menu". The club is more known among folks for the guns and skeet shooting but actually has paintball and laser tag in the same facility. Yes, thusly why I say, proceed with caution. I would recommend a visit for the surreal experience of firing paint balls or laser tag while after being able to fire off live rounds at a target. Oh ya, then cool off with an ice cream :) The live rounds are ridiculously overpriced and not worth the time. The paintball seems overpriced for what it is. The number of people you bring determines the experience and the price of the event. The more people who attend, the cheaper the price is. The more equipment being used the less useful it gets as it gets handed out. The guns for paintball are almost makeshift it looks and feels like. The guns jam up, the masks don't fit nice often. The nicest part of this arena is the mountainous (literally) play area and the awesome looking camo fatigue you are given to wear out on the field. I took about 100 people and the first 30 or so were okay for equipment and what not but the rest of us, ugh...gun problems, safety equipment malfunctions, it was horrible. It was one of those moments that you say, "I see why it is so expensive in Canada or the US...upkeep of equipment". For a few friends or something it is good fun; the price you pay per paintball is stupidly expensive though, beginning at nearly 2 kuai a paintball. I guess it doesn't seem like much but they are small and the guns have terrible accuracy so you sometimes need a few to make a shot. the cheapest we were able to get the paint balls was 1.6 kuai a shot. Meng is the manager's name, if you call, get a translator to ask him for his email and he can respond via email on there with translators (use simple wording, and ask all questions, don't assume anything from this place). I would go again with a smaller group of people and my own equipment but I was not overly impressed. The manager also likes to make you feel liek they are putting on a huge act and professional activity for you so they try to hijack the game models and set up elimination with no rules...ugh...just tell him to bugger off, pay and go to the arena. The arena is all uphill and not as big as he lets you believe,; the further up the hill you go the less kept it is...thorns...ugh so many thorns. Laser Tag is a nightmare...the guns never work but look freaking awesome!!!
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Date of experience: May 2015
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