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HG/WT Tuesday, February 3rd, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
First Coast PB: Large varity of speedball fields.
All American PB: Good staff, friendly owner, growing, good crowd.
M.I. PB: Small, could be much better.
Review: My expirences there were about a year ago. I can't comment on what is happening current except but heresay, which I won't.

It was the most dangerous PB field I have ever been at. I don't mean in terms of game, but safety. The refs did not monitor the staging area at all. People were not chronoed in (I had to hunt down a ref to find me a chrono). Almost no one was using a barrel condom or plug. Players were shooting wily nily all over the place. It was foolish.

All the games that day were played on the same woods/speedball course. It was a large field with shoddy bunkers. It had potential but for the most part a boring design.

There was too much time in between games. The refs (most. not all) seemed far more interested in playing around and yapping than running a business.

There are better fields in town for a better price.

 

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