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spiderspawn Thursday, February 24th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Challange Park, RoR
Review: Pros: very professional, Not crowded, good judges, price ( 20 per player for marker, mask, air and 500 rounds), field layouts, you can rent a camouflage overall.

Cons: only 2 fields of play and a shooting range, only open for groups of 12 or more, only had 2 judges per group (they are good but you can't see everything), only get 4 hours of play time, only sold 100 rounds at a time for $7 each.

Indifferent: NO head shots allowed

The field were large and had plenty of room to run and hide. It is all wooden area so there isn't an air ball field there. We rented the semi-auto markers and the masks all had the anti-fog fans. The judges did keep the games going for the 4 hours of play we got in about 10 games.

Overall if you wanted to get a group together exspecially first timers this is a good field to play. This was the first time my wife played and she loved it all. They do know how to take care of you and willing to listen to any questions and complaints.
Last edited on Monday, March 21st, 2005 at 7:57 pm PST

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