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Buko Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
Review: This is a review from the perspective of a total paintball newb (ME). I went to the Command Post field in Dallas, PA at least partly because of the positive reviews I read here, especially concerning how they treated newcomers. I could not have had a more positive first time experience ( OK, well maybe if I didn't get lit up with a string of perfume smelling paintballs to the face mask within 1 minute of my first woods match :)

I was honest from the start and let everyone know that I was totally clueless and this was my first time ballin'. The staff and especially the refs were SUPER and really helped me out a lot, even letting me use their personal gear because I did not know enough to bring or purchase everything I needed. Help and advice was always there from both players and refs if I needed it and if anyone was hit the refs were quickly on them and not only announced " Player hit and leaving field!!!" but also shielded the players with their own bodies.That's dedication!!!

The fields in Dallas are new and so far there are two (that I know of) Woods fields and a Hyberball/Speed ball field with more various fields currently in the planning/works, including possibly an indoor. For me with my own marker it was $10 admission with free gas refills while a case of their 2000 ct middle of the road paint was $50 (Must use one of their paints). I believe gun rentals are only $5 if you don't have your own. Reasonably priced refreshments and lunch are also normally available. Sunday play extends well into the winter with a brief break during the PA deer hunting season (not exactly a great time to be crawling around in the woods).

Will I return for another visit? Most definitely!! Do I recommend for a newb as myself? Yes. The Command Post paint ball field met and exceeded all my expectations while making me feel comfortable and more knowledgeable about paintball.

Last edited on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004 at 6:55 pm PST

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