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Andreuha Sunday, July 31st, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Review: I went there with a few freinds (10 of us, on 7/23/05), figured we'd try this place out.

The Ref's Great
-They were young, but very attentive.
-Looked like they cared, and made sure everyone followed the rules.
-That said, if you hit someone, you could be sure that they'd be called out immediately.
-Games were fast, with good timing. Lots of playing done that day.

The Fields Well Executed
-Although there were only two of them, they were well planned, and could keep my group satisfied all day.
-Not really the fields fault, but the obstacles are inflatable and have small spaced underneath - lots of easy tagging by hitting the guy behind it in the shoe/boot.

The Service Good
-Prices were very reasonable; $20 to play, $60 for a case of premium paint ($10 markup over internet price, very reasonable for a field).
-I rented an HPA tank for free (I normally use CO2 on my marker), and HPA was free all day for everyone.

The Experience Great
-Overall, a very enjoyable day.
-A great choice for the honest player looking to have a good experience.
-A great choice for a novice player.
-I rate it a 9. It would be a solid 10+ if it had perhaps one or two more fields with interesting scenarios, because inflatables are only so much fun for cover (eg, a pillbox scenario, and a tight village scenario [a bunch of small huts, closely placed]. Using plywood, both would be easily doable on green carpeting).
 

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