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Necro--A-- Thursday, November 17th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: November 5th, 2005
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
OC Paintball
Route40 Paintball
OA paintball
Review: Overall this is a great field for the intermediate or advanced player. The staff is very friendly and the price is fantastic. Rental players can choose between tipp pro carbs (basic) or spend a little more and rent an electro marker. Paint is very fairly priced at reasonable retail. (Don't waste your time buying paint at a sporting goods shop unless you have a special paint you want to shoot.) 2 main woodsball fields and a few speedball fields.

Teams are not always fairly chosen, but the refs try to keep groups together. Rec players and beginners should however beware. I have personally observed players being bonus balled from superfast guns and the refs seldom check chronospeeds.

Also this field does not use an armband system and so it can be very difficult to tell who's on your side and some unscrupulous players will even switch sides mid game.

Overall here's how I rate.

Price - 10
Service - 8
Fields - 7
Refs - 5
Other Players - 7
Last edited on Sunday, November 20th, 2005 at 3:45 pm PST

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