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PBPlayer150 Sunday, May 30th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: N/A
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Panek Attack-I have played at both paneks indoor and new outdoor fields. Tri City doesnt have an indoor field, but their out door fields are superior to Paneks. Prices are much better too.
Archery Alley - Tri City is much better that Archery alley ever all you AA fans, come try this new place out! If you like AA you love this!
Review: Tri CIty Paintball is a great new field. Its only problem is lack of participants!! But I think that once people start going they, they will keep playing there! The ower is very knowledgeable, and the staff is friendly. The paint prices are great, between $43 and $69 a case! The fields are nice size, with great bunker arrangement. I cannot wait for them to open the scenario field! The spindle field should be open by next weekend. They have a small snack bar onsite, and a small pro shop, both reasonably priced. They will be having a full proshop in a few months. The refs are in-experienced, but do a great job, and will get better with time. They also have gun repair. I think this one will be around for a long time!!

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