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FOM Saturday, February 18th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: September 9th, 2005
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
About every paintball field I have heard of (lots of them)
Review: Lots of pluses and minues here.

First the fild is well run and VERY safty concuis. You woun't see people walking around without their barrel bags on and you won't have people shooting in the staging area.

This basicly woods ball played as two flag "capture the flag" While they somtimes play a center flag game, it mostly the same thing all the time- but on three different fields.

Biggest problem is cost. They are very expensive for paint. You can drive a few miles north and buy the same paint for about 1/2 what they sell it for. In their defense, the land this field sits on is most likly worth about 5 million bucks, so its suprising that the owners havn't kicked the paintball out and devloped it a long time ago.

I personaly dislike the type of play. "head shots don't count". That means a guy can stick his head up to look for you- and your not suppose to shoot him- if you do, he is not out, and the ref may give YOU a talking to.

There are a lot of "semi private" fields around the arera where play is more realisitic and costs are much lower. This would be a great place if you had an outing planed (and needed rentals) but if you hve your own stuff I think you can have a less costly and better quality day elseware

If the cost to play were less, the rating would be much higher

 

Review Comments
Ballaman Sunday, May 14th, 2006 | 5:02 pm PST
Just to let you know, the idea behid the high priced paint is that you will come with a group to split the price and paint, which will make them wind up getting more players there and lower prices for you individually.
   

Palfguy Wednesday, June 20th, 2007 | 8:00 pm PST
What 'semi-private' fields exist near there?
Actually if there are any in oakland county that would be nice.
   

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