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PinkyGP Monday, March 1st, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
GP Paintball (Also known as the Jell-o Factory)
POW Paintball
Pats Paintball World
Review: Refs: The refs at the first tournament that I attended there were not really good in my opinion. The second tournament however, was much better. Not sure if the first tournament had all the good refs playing/reffing at skyball that weekend, but the second tourny was much better reffing, I'll give it to them for that.

Field:
It was an indoor tournament, so I cannot say much about the outside ones except by sight, and the two speedball/hyperball fields looked pretty well set up. The indoor field was decent. It was a pain to slide on seeing as it was HARD dirt, with rocks mixed in. Maybe it was the weather (which i'm pretty sure it was, seeing as snow has started to melt) or maybe it was like that, either way, it was a pain. To tell you the truth, I am used to carpet to slide on. The bunkers were HUGE air bunkers, the snake was really high, I could do a small crawl and not be seen, I'm used to laying down and having to crawl like that, but kneeling while crawling? and not even being seen, yeah they're big bunkers, but good nonetheless.

Safety:
Great safety throughout the whole tournament, the refs occasionally pulled their masks when the game was done and the next team was walking onto the field while shooting, but other than that, the safety was okay. The safety room was upstairs, it was a loft-like thing, where a net was seperating the field and the safety room, so you could be spectators while loading up, that was a nice feature to have.

Air/Paint:
For the tournament, they used Draxxus/Blaze paintballs. They were very close to the .68 caliber. I was using a .685 bore size (smallest I had) and my teamates were running at .682. So it was great paint. The air, you could fill after every game, and it was a great fill station. Could fill to 3k or 4500. Great well-stocked pro-shop (except they were missing mask cleaner!!!)

Overall:
The indoor field was decent. Big bunkers/hard dirt floor were hard to get used to. Air/paint was great. The refs are decent and lacking, but nonetheless...they're pretty good. The owner was a great man to talk to, if you ever had a problem, just go to him, he would handle it personally. He was a good man to deal with also.
Last edited on Monday, March 22nd, 2004 at 1:19 pm PST
 

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