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er1c_j Monday, March 21st, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Review: This is the first field that I have played at and it's a pretty good field for an indoor paintball field. The staff are friendly if you are nice to them and if you get to know them they give you lots of tips on guns and other things.
Pros: Good speedball field, bulidings are well placed and fun to play in.Lighting is good compared to Sgt. Splatters(doesnt blind you in paintball city).Over all good field.
Cons: Hell of a slippery carpet be careful when running and stopping suddenly trust me ive fallen on my @ss many times. Buildings are slippery too so be careful.

This is an overall good field . The facilities are poor but eh your their to play paintball not go to the bathroom. They have vending machines at reasonable prices and 2 or 3 arcade games which suck because their like 10 years old but again your their to play paintball not to play arcade games. Be nice to the staff and they be nice to you. Don't be stupid and break rules because you'll just end up missing some rounds (trust me ive seen enough people break rules) . Help the noobies you were one once too. And most importantly HAVE FUN!

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