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AzNRiCeOwNz Wednesday, March 12th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
1 year
Review: The first time I played paintball was at this field.

The staff there is experienced, nice, and are helpfull. Prices are pretty cheap. This field is like any other paintball field. I dont go to this field often becuase it takes longer to drive up to Oceanside, compared to driving to Romona (Velocity Paintball Park) from where I live. The bad thing about Camp Pendleton Paintball Park (a.k.a Borderland Paintball) is that its in a military base. You have to go through a check point, they check your car, etc. So there is a bit of delay. And the actual field is a little hard to find. Its a small dirt turn off off the main road and the sign is small and old.

The timing inbetween games isnt bad. When I played in a private game, some one in our group would just go tell the ref "ok were ready to play" and instantly, the refs would gather up and take us to a field to play.

When I had my own C02 tank there, and I went to got it filled, i got it filled for free, I just walked away and they didnt do anything about it. >:).
Last edited on Thursday, April 10th, 2003 at 12:17 am PST

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