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SlickAle Friday, April 18th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Sherwood Forest- Much smaller, but really fun. The owner is awesome.
Mt. Diablo- my friends came here, and it's safer and more diverse
Review: Paintball Jungle is an okay field, it's not great to start out there if you're a newbie. Most of the guys there don't help. I remember my first time there- I was trying to take apart my gun and I asked for help- the Hornet only called me a n00b and left. That's not very nice, is it? The guys there also don't know much about paintball and brag about imaginary guns. I remember standing in line with a guy with a rental- he claimed he had an angel in his trunk - that was running on co2 and a viewloader 450 ball hopper. Uh-huh. The Hornets really isolate themselves, and a lot of kids , I mean small kids, play at this field. Most don't chrono or follow instructions about barrel plugs and such. I personally think forgive and forget for Carpet Bob, he's a really cool guy and gives a lot of tips. I also like their giveaways. I've seen the Hornets wipe before, but I just shoot them again if they do.
Last edited on Monday, August 4th, 2003 at 7:23 pm PST

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