They're old school, really old school, they should be museum pieces. And they suck, big time, so don't rent, or make sure you get one of the few tipmann 98's. I'm pretty sure the general's (Rolly) getting a new set of guns this season (he's been meaning to for awhile now).
Grade A stuff, always name brand top quality draxxus blaze or midnight. I don't know what's up with the zap crap. I guess if you got it he didn't like you, lol. Just call in advance for good stuff.
There's a huge forest patch for rec ball, a rickety village with towers and all the usual obstacles for speed ballers and a really neat assualt the castle type one.
The castle is basically a tower complete with surrounding walls and a network of moats, bridges and ditches. Behind that there's the Hoo Chi Man (spelling?) trail for really fast and furious matches on a narrow path containinglots of hills and crevices for quick cover. Lots of room for huge battles. Having 30 on 30 games over varied terrain is a ton of fun that few fields in Ontario and Quebec can match unless you rake out serious dough for the pleasure.
You can't beat the price, period. This place is catered more towards the wild, older paint balling crowd, hence the crappy rentals and nice rule enforcement. It's not like other fields where the ref taps you on the shoulder and you get kicked, no warning for lifting your helmet, forgetting your barrely plug or some other safety rule. You get the ultimate in justice and accident prevention: the firing squad. No more squabbling and whining about the rules. It's simple, and it works. Only the newbies and kids whine about it because remembering 3 simple rules is too hard, or they're sissies. The bathroom facilities are crap, so use what nature intended; the great out doors for that always spring fresh smell. And lastly, but not least, the General is quite a character, ask about his vacations some time.
Last edited on Monday, February 2nd, 2004 at 5:45 pm PST