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jimjoebob Tuesday, August 3rd, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Review: I would say that most of the people that have played at this field would say that it is great and would be glad to come back. It is very well priced and the people that work there will do anything they can to make the game of paintball more fun. But for the few that act like it was the worst field that they have ever been too, have never been to a real game and on top of that they are just mad that they got their buts kicked by the reefs!!!

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MTUPup Sunday, May 15th, 2005 | 12:38 pm PST
I've played on a lot of woodsball fields that we just put up by friends and they top what they charge field rates to get on. I encourage you to go out and play somewhere else, for instance Hells Survivor's which you claim to have played. You want a real rush, try speedball. There's a great indoor field in Frankenmuth called Panic Attack and from what I understand they're an outdoor speedball field out of Ubly now too. Please don't be ignorant though. I've been playing tournament paintball for a few years now and I started at RAMBO and all but there is better out there.

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