Ive been playing here since i started paint-balling, and ive found it to be a fairly good field to go to. Now with two indoor areas, one for owners only, its upped in the ranking. Pro shop is awesome, the people there know what they are talking about, well, for the most part anyways. I found that there were some very cocky people though, but that's ok, you just show em how to really play on the field. For the most part, the players there are very cool people. If your a good player and playing with renters, just be prepared for the onslaught of, "stop using full auto man!"....... yeah. Facilities lack slightly, but are still ok. Keep a lock on on your bag if any valuables or extra paint is inside. People are honest there for the most part, but with no lockers, it only takes one ******* to ruin the day. And owners, watch over the renters, if they take their mask off in the middle of the field, don't be afraid to put it back on their face for them. Its kind of our job, as the more experienced player when playing in a field with first timers, to help them out.
Now to what everyone who wants to go there, bust hasn't yet...
- Carpet is slippery so watch out, don't over slide your bunker, and get a good grip before running
- Kinda dark in some areas so WATCH WHO YOU ARE SHOOTING, it can very easily be a player on your team who pushed their way up
- Protective vests for the renters are big and bulky
- Speed-ball is played on a regular basis so don't complain, its a good game
- Blind-fire here is a no no
- Good size for an indoor field, large building, two floors and speed-ball field
- Helpful staff
- Volunteer to be the "rabbit", trust me, its a fun game. I Love being the rabbit.
- Good refs, keep teams even, and groups/parties of people together
- Astro-turf... cool
- Sup' air speed-ball field.
- Field size good for about a 4v4 to a max, in my opinion of 5v5. After that it starts to get way to crowded.
- Good lighting
- Good setups
- Some people can be so cocky you just want to punch them in the face, but for the most part, the people are very cool.
- You get your own waiting area. complete with two extra 'Big Red' cronies, just for the owners wooo!
-Some times the lineups for paint or air can be a little long, so be prepared to miss out on a couple of games
- Barrel plugs at ALL TIMES, standard stuff
- Two 'Big Red' cronies, masks required when in use, and only for gun owners
- Mens and ladies washroom. The mens door is broken though...
- Vending machines, damn highway robbery though
- No lockers so be careful with your stuff. Don't go showing off your new diamond and 24 karat gold Rolex, put it in your bag, and expect no one to take it. Same goes for paint, its worth its weight in gold to the players
- On busy days it can get crowded, ie. +30 players
- Helpful staff, but, if your an owner and you have a gun problem, don't ask the guys behind the counter to fix it. Go to the pro shop to the techs. The guys behind the counter may know what they are doing, and offer you their advice for YOU to fix it, but they are liable for what happens, so if they break your gun, you can charge them for it. Now don't go trying to get them to break it because i told you this, they wont do it.
All in all, PBC (paint ball city for everyone ELSE out there) get my rating of 8. Really good, but not the best. P.S. Every time you go paint-balling you'll remember the smell of this place. Its not that its bad, it is just... unique. *Big sniff* mmmmmmmmm. paint-bally and gooey.
Last edited on Wednesday, January 5th, 2005 at 1:11 am PST