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UlikeGirls2 Saturday, November 13th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Paintball Atlanta
Paintball Charleston
GA Paintball 2.0
Paintball X
Alamo Paintball
Ultimate Paintball
Review: The Good: Fields were great, awesome airball. A few helpful people. Nice refs.

The Bad: I came here last year (Never found time to write a review). I guess my only problem was with the owner. I group of first timers are gathered around the staging area chating, and one compliments my gun (of course I say thanks man) but the owner steps in with "that gun ain't nothin its prolly only worth 300". Three hundred is a little low for a strange impulse in my opinion but I was like yeah ok buddy. He proceeds to pull out his LCD Angel (Just like the back up I had in my bag) and responds with now this is a gun. Now this normally wouldn't bother me but the gun was air'd up, had a full hopper of balls, and was without a barrel condom or plug. Now around my team and what not I really don't care about plugs, but in front of 5 or 6 noobs its a great way to say "saftey isn't cool". Ill never go to a redneck field again. I'll keep playing in the atl.

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