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BlackMagic44 Sunday, March 23rd, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
I usually play at Action Pursuit Paintball in Greeley.
Review: Alright. I must say that it really isn't very good. The only reason prices are cheap is because the rentals are Tippmann Pro-Carbines with 9oz Co2 tanks and Brass Eagle paint. They only have two fields. One is a hyperball field that is not very well put together and you will always get shot because there is no really good cover. The other field is a so-called "futuristic war scene." Basically it's a bunch of boxes scrambled everywhere. The safety there is unbelievble. They practically inforce no safety regulations. They chrono you at 300 at the beginning of the day and never check it again. They tell you once to keep your barrel plug in ata ll times. There was one guy who came off of the field to the reloading area (so we all had our masks off) and he accidentally pulled the trigger on his Spyder that was set at Full Auto. The barrel plug shot off and then about 7 paintballs went into a guys back. They truly don't enforce, "KEEP YOUR MASK ON DURING THE GAME!!!!" So in conclusion, don't go there. Just don't.

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