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last_warrior_19 Monday, March 6th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: August 15th, 2004
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Tri cities Paintball,
to the Field:
the feild is located in stanfeild I recomed calling Jlt first to see if there open and to get directions
Review: The one time I was there was great. Jim has a great field, with lots of room for improvements. I could see his field becoming world class with a little help from the locals before JLT played in fields in So Cal ( Velocity PB in Romona, and Weekend Warriors in Alpine) and I think that this field is just as good. As stated in an earlier review JLT PB is home to people who don't have access to the higher end markers. Although Tipman A5's are becoming more prevalent in the area. Custom 98's and Spyders are the most common. Its mostly a walmart community. The "facility" is an portable toilet and you need to bring your own water and snacks although they do have a limited supply. Jlt has both CO2 and HP air. Last time i was there he didn't have a compressor and could only fill to 3000psi. (although I have heard that's changed) In all it was a most agreeable afternoon .

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