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Squeegee Friday, April 9th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Review: It is my experience that PBC has the cheapest field I have ever seen (i.e. paint $50-65/case). But, most important to me, PBC allows BYOP!!! Very important when your worried about keeping cost down.
They also offer a membership which really helps when you play as much as some of us do. The owners are old school and are not lost on the weekend warrior. They my have lost their grip on reality but they know what it takes for people to enjoy themselves. Bellator_Fortus(previous post), is correct when he says “Newbie friendly.” This is a family place and there is a real attempt to make you feel comfortable. This is evident by the growing number of ladies on the field. The staff is absolutely knowledgeable with all major brands and yes their service prices are unbeatable.
The fields are constantly being modified. From the several forts, speed ball fields, two story castle, graveyard and now a VILLAGE you will find what you’re looking for. Sunday has both rec ball and speedball; they usually run two scenarios every year with a draw of two-three hundred, this makes it an easier environment from those one thousand person scenarios. The pro shop has been moved to the field in a nice new building, and a snack bar with fires and sandwiches has also been added.
Some fields will be bigger and some will have more stuff, but with the prices the friendly atmosphere and plenty of room to park you can’t beat it. So, if you get a chance fellow Paintballers take a ride down to Charleston and experience the best little paintball place in America.
Last edited on Friday, April 9th, 2004 at 10:00 am PST
 

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