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minimexyz Wednesday, March 12th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
none
Review: Okay i went to this field with my camp this summer. I was one of the few experienced players there. This place isnt too good at all. The prices are rediculous, youd be better off going to the World Cup if you have a budget. The guy that took us through it all was the cockiest person ever. He was like "yea ive got 18 years of experience and if the tip of your barrel is out of your bunker i would be able to hit it with 1 shot with my mag." It was real annoying, I know plenty of people with that much experience and arent any where near that annoying. Then if you needed to refill you would have to walk down this big hill just to get back to the starting point and walk back up if you wanted to go back into the game (very tiring). But they had 1 field i played at which was cool, it was like defend the castle stuff, that was fun. There speedball field needs some help, really bad setup and bad angles from most bunkers. I wouldnt recomend this field to most people.
 

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