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rebelsfan14 Friday, June 10th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Memphis Paintball Park- www.memphispaintball.com
Review: Ok I recently played a tournament at this park, the 3-man ION. I played with Memphis Livewire as a 4th man and they had played the prvious 3-man and won 3rd. To me the airball field wasnt that great for a few reasons: a) no snake b) pretty much all the bunkers were bricks and pillows c) it was a little big for a 3-man. The hyperball, or "tanks", field was awsome. It played very well and there isn't one thing I would change about it. The refs were awsome and didn't seem to make a bad call all day. They were not lazy like some refs, you want a paintcheck you get a paintcheck. The food was awsome. The other teams weren't brats like some other teams I have been around. The competition level was good. The paint was excellent. The workers in the store were very nice and would do what they could to help. Overall i think that this field was fantastic and I will be looking forward to playing it again. rating: A
 

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