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Riot Squad Tuesday, May 31st, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Team Products, Velocity,
Review: This is by far the best course in the area for new or recreational players. This staff is extremely helpful. The pro-shop is awesome. One of the biggest benefits to this field is it's one year membership. $75.00 for the first year, $50.00 to renew. A membership allows you to avoid field fees, get free rentals for you and a friend evry time you go. Now for the good news, if you buy a marker from them, a membership is included. So that brings the cost of that $150.00 Custom 98 down to $75.00. How can you beat that? Unlike most of the other fields in the area, this place have Refs. Not just one either, usually 2 per game. Games are run fast, and change over is smooth. Reasonably priced and well run, who could ask for more?

On a personal note, when I bought my marker (Piranha EXT) they through in a 9oz tank, ,Extreme Rage hopper, 12 inch barrell, and half a case of paint because I ran out of money and wouldn't have been able to play that day. Total cost $150.00 plus tax. That's $15.00 cheaper than the marker alone was at 2 different paintball shops.

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