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PaintballGod671 Tuesday, January 4th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: N/A
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Wise Guys - not that great
DFW - large but needs more work
The Factory - They are slow at getting games going
Review: Well let me start out by saying i read the reviews on here and still made the choice to go here anyway. They are right the reff's are super strict and they don't let you get away with any infractions. I personally like this, my safety is important to them which means my business is important to them.

That said lets go over the good things for this field. First thing that caught my eye (or should i say my g/f) was the very nice bathrooms. No plastic box's for this field they got a full working bathroom for women and men. That's awesome and helps on the smell during the summer months to i bet. Next is the nice amount of parking you get and the great covered area to set up shop at. Everything is clean with lots of trash cans to put your trash in, though i know im not good about getting mine in there sometimes.

They operate out of a trailer like you would haul car's with, which sounds bad but is pretty well stocked. They got chips candy and plenty of cold drinks to chose from and its not badly priced but you can also bring your own drinks they don't frown on that. Ok enough about all that the fields are great and them seem to always be changing. The wood chip piles are awesome bunkers (though some say they have ants in there i never have seen or felt them) cause you can get many people hidden behind them. They have a lot of fields to play and their speedball fields are just perfect the best i have seen. Its not airball bunkers but the field lay out is just perfect hats off for the design of the fields. They also have grass which is wonderful to slide on but a little hard at times i will admit but if you got pads your ok.

I have talked with the Head Reff CJ (i think its CBass on here) and he is a tough as nails kinda reff. He is really kewl to talk with will help you with your gear and pretty much be your friend. However on the field he doesn't play favorites you break a rule he has no problem sitting you. I didn't care for that at first but now i respect that cause now i know if he makes a ruling its a fair one and that weighs a lot in my book. He has trained his reffs to be the same way but they are kinda young and i think sometimes they get bullied into making bad calls.

Now the bad things. I wish the paint was a little cheaper at the field, $55 is a little much when they sell it cheaper at their store. Why can't they just have the same price at both the store and field. Also they can do simple repairs to equipment there (the owner is really good about fixing things) but they don't stock a lot of parts so most times you end up going to their store. Given its only 2 miles down the road it still takes away from your time at the field to drive there and with the construction takes a long time.

That's all i got to complain about i gave this field a 9 cause there are some things to work on and no one is perfect. However this place will be getting more of my money in 05 as long as they continue to care about their customers.

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