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csram62 Tuesday, December 13th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: December 10th, 2005
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Most all fields in central Florida
Review: Al's overall is a great place to paintball. For awhile it got pretty slow but their new field they just opened is amazing. Its a huge 7 man X-Ball that is one of the nicest fields I have ever played on. They have another airball field but that field can not compare to their new one. Also for all the rec ball players they opened a field for non electronic guns only. The refs are mostly high schoolers but they are good at what they do and are knowledgable of the sport. Usually if you have any problems with your gun the staff can help fix it. The pricing is good- $5 to play all day. The field is not BYOP but unlike other places, they do not jack up the price of paint. NEL Splat is sold for $45 a case and prices increase after that depending on the brand on paint. Rental guns can be used for $10. The store itself is very nice selling markers ranging from Tippman 98 to Dye DM5 and everything in between. Whether your a tourney player looking for a competive place to play or a rec player playing for fun, Al's is a great facility.

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