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xyur Sunday, June 27th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
Portland painbtball, Hit n Run
Review: I have always played at indoor fields and small arenas. This is my 3rd time playing a paintball game, and I just happend to show up to a mass game this weekend. It was GREAT. Since I was a complete newb, but my other buddies were ok, I didnt do very well. I liked certain places on the map such as Hamburger Hill and some of the other villages. I think the concept of it is awesome.
So playing on a 200x200 ft indoor field DOES NOT compare to 50 acres of outdoor wilderness. There was so many places to hide-- Me and my friend were going on a recon mission and were in fairly safe territory when a guy popped out of nowhere and sprayed 10 shots at us. AH CRAP that hurt. By the way, I just wanted to ask, is pants and a longsleeve shirt enough for these types of War-games? Seems like they werent even there.
I applaud the makers of this field. It is so adventuresome and exciting. Youll never run out of fun. Just make sure to wear lots of clothing and Camo wouldnt be a bad idea.
 

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