The general manager says the state of the art business is the first of its kind in California and only the sixth in the nation.
It has a 10 thousand square foot indoor arena designed with obstacles that can be moved around to change the challenge.
The GM also says the equipment has been used to train SWAT teams, foreign militaries and even the US Secret Service.
"Matter of fact, we've already been contacted by the local military, I know law enforcement wants to come take a look and possibly use it for training, which we'd be really happy," General Manager Dexter Morgan said.
Tac-Ops Laser Tag is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday.