Well, this is a decent field. They have a wide selection of fields, 1 X-ball, 1 Airball, and I think 2 woods courses. Now for the not so good. The staff inside the pro-shop were not very helpful, maybe they were just having a bad day. They did not chrono our guns either. And the prices were alittle high for the quality of the paint. It was $35 for 1000 Blaze and $60 for 2000. Those aren't bad prices for Evil or Marbalizers but Blaze is just not worth that much.
Any way it was a pretty good field and I might go back to see if they have improved
Last edited on Monday, November 29th, 2004 at 2:20 pm PST
First, from my experience, the way you treat people at a field is the way you are treated. As far as the prices, those are the same or very close to the prices that you would pay at any decent field. This is not WALMART paint.
Well, maybe the workers there were just having a bad day or something. The prices for paint are not that bad for paint, but I'm used to paying those prices for Evil and Marbs not Blaze. It's just a high price for a lower quality paint.
Blaze might not be Evil/Marbs, but its not really far off if you take both and just check the bore size, I find that Evil shows more seam then any kinda of Draxxus, but wickedjuice is right, for any field, and for any paint for that matter...60 a case, is pretty damn good, they are paying for the propery/insurance/workers/gear there...I'm surprized its not 70-80.
The other field that I play at has a $5 dollar field fee, and you can bring your own paint. If you do buy paint at the field it is $60 for evil, I believe, maybe less. That is a whole lot less. So I'll just go to Asylum when it's cold and use there indoor field.