This field has the most rude owners I've ever met in ANY business, not just paintball. The refs were nice, but this one woman was rude to me and my group which included my girlfriend. My girlfriend almost left without getting her change back and the woman (whose name I think is Lori) almost kept her change until I remembered and reminded her that she had change coming back. When I told her this, she had a disgusted face on her and gave it back with a mean stare. She probably hates her job since she has to cater to punk kids, but we were polite young adults in our 20's. I had a hard time getting my girlfriend to come with me this one time but now since she's had a bad experience with this field she never wants to go paintballing again. The paint, which you must buy in jars, is low quality and costs way too much. The fields aren't closed off in netting like other fields I went to and my friend got shot in the leg since he was walking past a game to get his tank refilled. 4 of the 30 of my group could not show up and we could not get their money refunded since they had a policy about that. They wouldn't even listen to our side of the story when we tried to explain it to them. They also have this tactic to get you to buy a lot of paint by saying that we're going to far field and you MUST bring enough paint for 2 games. Usually newbies only have a hopper full and that is not enough so they have to rent pods and buy cases of paint to split with each other or they cant play.
The only positive thing I can say about this place is that the refs did their job well and that the rocks made for good cover and different atmosphere than what I was use to playing.
Last edited on Thursday, February 5th, 2004 at 10:15 am PST
If you read the rules, you will see that the policies are to protect people. The paintballs are expensive so they can pay for their refs. Also, the reason for no walk in paintballs is so people dont freeze their paintballs. It seriously hurts and people DO do it. Poco loco is regulated, unlike most others.
quote:Originally posted by ZoneGuard If you read the rules, you will see that the policies are to protect people. The paintballs are expensive so they can pay for their refs. Also, the reason for no walk in paintballs is so people dont freeze their paintballs. It seriously hurts and people DO do it. Poco loco is regulated, unlike most others.
Hey you don't have to charge us that much for Zap paint. All the other fields I went to have decent paint for a better price. One is a smaller field than PocoLoco (Triage), and they definately make a lot less money than PL, but they don't only see profit from the people coming to play. I see you didn't refute anything else I said so I guess everything else they did against me and my friends were acceptable.