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slayer_213 Wednesday, January 12th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Top Gun - Pretty good field, very well setup, nice people to deal with and they have air.
Northern Lights - Only played there once for a tournament last spring, not bad, sup airball.
Review: I have been playing at Warren's field for a year or 2 now. Staging area is nicely setup, he also has two speedball fields. One tire field and one he calls the appliance cemetary. His bush field is very well done, but i prefer speedball most of the time. Watch out for the baby deer, his dog really likes to go after those (hey Mark). The only downside is that he has no compressed air. That's ok but I prefer to use air on my cocker. Every odd time he lets us bring our own paint, and thats pretty nice because his price on paint is killer on the wallet. The team I played on took 2nd at the tournament last year, even though we should have had first (-40 deduction). Also if you have an autococker, watch out for people turning your bolt upside down. Someone out there likes to do that. I won't mention any names.
Last edited on Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 at 5:30 pm PST

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