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inimicus_e99 Tuesday, May 6th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Clay West's woodball, my White Trash Speedball Park, and WizardLand
All three are better if you ask me.
Review: The guys aren't too friendly and make you use their overpriced tourney paint. I won't be back. I've been there twice in the last six months and they never told me it was field paint only but when i went the last time they made me buy their paint. I chipped in 13 bucks for some busted up Big Balls but never used 'em. I just used my own 2800 rounds I brought from home. The course itself isn't too bad at first but it gets Monotonous and I mean QUICK. They three courses and they're all mirror images of themselves. Save your money and play at backyard ball somewhere or if you can, go to WizardLand in Aurora. Rooster is the nicest guy in the world and couldn't care less about making money; he owns a field for the love of the game. The guy has given my friends and I free air COUNTLESS times. Not to mention he's got a village, hyperball, and woodball. Go to WizardLand!
 

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