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JGAC Saturday, June 11th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
FriendlyFire - literally the same woods in the same town. To head to the other field it is a matter of either taking a left or right at the center of town. Friendly has a more square field making it easier to traverse and not get lost, but the staging grounds are a little bit smaller and they only have one speedball field.

Randolph Paintball -no comparison, Fox is much better than Randolph. Fox's staging is better, actual speedball, and real safety.
Review: I've been to Fox4 many times, both for Scenario games and for regular walk on days. Both are very impressive as the quality is right up there as you play and just hang out in the staging area.

Bring a tent though, as the staging is right out in the opening, so if its hot the whole area is absolutely burning, and if it is raining, the only shelter around is under a couple sparsely placed tin roofings.

Safetey is key here, tags to show that you have chronoed, and tags to show that you have an up to date chrono on your tank. They have two main chrono machines, and one line feeding into both allowing for quick movement. They are strict on no tools, specifically with externally adjustable markers, as they make sure it has a lockdown of some type.

The fields is long in one direction and you could throw a baseball in the other direction. It makes for good games where you play base vs base. Depending on the experience level of those that are in attendance, the games change accordingly to fit it, as they wont play Sniper's Ridge if the players are all new since the grounds are mostly unkempt in that one specific playing area.

The rest of the field is well kept, and extremely diverse, ranging from a town, to open areas, to thickly wooded trails.

And to top it off, the field has an onsite proshop that is stocked with many new markers, gear, and lots and lots of paint.
 

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