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Egg-Modder Sunday, November 20th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: November 20th, 2005
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
None in Calgary
Review: As it is winter and a bunch of us normally play at an outdoor field, we decided to plan a road trip. 20 of us traveled 3.5 hours on a bus to a field that we had booked. We where promised $10 entry, $60 Stinger cases and $80 Tork cases. We where also told that the day would be broken up into 7 minute intervals and we would have every other one. When we got to the field, all was great. We piled off the bus, grabbed our gear and walked in the entrance. Things took a turn for the worse quickly. Although the place was brightly lit and the turf was ok, Rampage has some serious problems. We did get our paint at a reasonable price, and air was free with field fee (all 1800 PSI at a time that is). The bunkers where deflated, which we where constantly filling ourselves as the staff wasn't interested and the plugs where not existent. The safety with the renters that eventually showed up was terrible (expected of renters, but would have been nice to see some staff checking on this instead of playing). It appeared they had more renters than they had imagined, because we where often pulled from the field and where not able to play often (even though we called weeks ahead and booked the field). The staff where "trying" (very "trying", believe me) and had trouble with everything from organization, to filling air (how hard is it to fill at least to 3000PSI). It would seem that barrel plugs and masks are only optional at Rampage (perfect example being their chronograph is sitting right on the edge of the staging area with no netting at all around it. Although we had planned many trips for the winter, we will be taking our business elsewhere from now on. If you value having fun, playing instead of working (filling bunkers, fixing problems), your eyesight (safety?? what's that??) and full air tanks, avoid Rampage.
 

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