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koolcocker25 Friday, April 4th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
I have played at aggression and field of dreams. They are not as good as this place.
Review: This is the best place to play in Amarillo. They have very good service. The workers are always helpful on how to repair your gun and what you should do to upgrade it. My friend and I had ran out of paint so we just talked to one of the workers about paintball for a half an hour before we left. They have 6 fields: half spools, full spools, hyper ball, sup air, a forest, and a long dirt field. They hyper ball is very good with a snake,a T bunker, and many others. The forest course is fairly large, but not very many bunkers. The two spool courses are just like any other spools. The sup air is very good with a large JT bunker in the middle. The dirt course is very long and a good place to train if you are a back man. They have rebel rental guns which aren't bad, but I never play with them. It is very cheap and is even cheaper with a membership discount! Over all this is a great field which is the only place I ever play!
Last edited on Friday, April 4th, 2003 at 2:32 pm PST

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