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PBandrewPB Sunday, March 20th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
The only fields I've played at are 45 mins away
Review: This place is very rundown and dirty.First of all we went when it was snowing and water was dripping down at the staging area and in the Field, not just a little bit,it became a big problem! The water dripping down got into my hopper and paint and caused some problems with swollen paint and problems with my Cyclone Feed.The indoor field is pretty big for just one field.It has cement flooring with ALOT and I mean ALOT of paint and water on the floor,which made it very slippery and hard to run in without slipping. It would have been an interesting indoor Field if not for the hazardous flooring. The outdoor Field was pretty good, the only problem I found was the lack of safety. The refs did not enforce keeping the masks on while on the Field or for people watching the game behind the netting (which had holes and tears). The rental guns were old Pro lites and M98s which he called the "upgrade" marker.
 

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