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Jeebs Monday, February 2nd, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: N/A
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
T2 Paintball, Arnold's Paintball.
Review: Dude, this field rocks. It's the only place where I've seen the owner get out on the field and rush the front with the young guys. For a 50 something guy he's got balls of steel. The prices are unbeatable by the bigger fields, I'm talking $30 canadian for a bag of 500 balls, plus $10 if you happen to need a rental.

Sure you can complain about the "firing squad" rule enforcement, but if you ask me, if you're stupid enough to take your mask off on field, or walk off without a barrel plug, you deserve to get shot.

And I love the bathroom. Oak trees make for good urinals. Besides, someone is always willing to take the girls down to the truck stop to take a leak. Oh and don't dis the shack, the shack rocks your socks off.

Over all, this guy gives you the best bang for your buck. The paint shoots fine (he either has Blaze or Midnight most of the time) , the markers are great ever since he got the new Focuses. All of you who complain about Rollie's field are wussing it up. Suck it up and play some ball dammit!
Last edited on Monday, February 2nd, 2004 at 3:51 pm PST

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