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crazywhiteboy18 Saturday, December 4th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
I have only played at a few feilds including the old PEVs that was in either price william county or triangle, i dont remember... , the new pevs in fredricksburg, and .Powerline.
Review: Powerline might not be the biggest course or have the best feilds but the guys who work there are great. They will give useful advice to beginners(like me) and they arent uptight like the guys at pevs. Powerline also has great prices. I have friends who need to rent guns when we go play and at powerline it is cheaper to rent and u can use your own paint in the guns!. At pevs they give you some BS that when you rent a gun you have 2 use their paint which is WAYYYYYYY overpriced. The guys at powerline will also sometimes jump in and play in a game when thiers not alot of people and this makes the game much funner and more challenging because us beginners have our Tippmann 98's and and alot of other beginner guns and they have intimaditors and such..
 

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