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jgaudreau Sunday, January 9th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Madman's Realm-More speedball/hyperball Wood's field is a bit more cleared, but not as large, but the prices are like ten times what you pay at Airsports.
Review: Airsports is a player-friendly field. Admission is $10, $5 if you want lunch, CO2 fills are like $3, i think air fills are around $1 per 1,000 PSI. They have all sorts of paint on sale, prices anywhere between $36 for Heat to $60 for GAP. It's BYOP, but with prices that low, there really isn't a reason to buy paint beforehand. They have two nice speedball fields-a well-setup Airball and a cool Hyperball field with pipes. Occaisonally, they'll try to fit too many people onto these fields, mostly just because the refs try to get everyone to play. They have a little target range where they chrono, a staging area with some tarps, and plenty of room to park. But the highlight of this place is the woods field. First off all, it's BIG, has a ton of bunkers and forts, plus a lot of natural cover. There are paths to pretty much any point in it. It has three main areas where there are large forts and a ton of small bunkers grouped together. The first is at the Wolverine Fort that they used for Red Dawn (I don't think this area is open for regular woodsball), then a town area with a two-story fort along with another large one-story building. The final area is the Russian base, which sits kind of on a hill, it's only one-story but has a few sniper roosts in it. In between these areas are a ton of small bunkers and even a few large ones (like the Highschool from Red Dawn). The kid who said that he bunkered someone with his Tippmann lied, the speedball players are all good enough to stop that. In all, it's a cheap, friendly place to play, and they run great scenarios.
 

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