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theace! Wednesday, April 26th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: April 22nd, 2001
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Paintball Outfitters (Lethbridge) My Main feild
Coulee runners paintball (Lethbridge)
to the Field:
In Edmonton and i was on a bachelor party
Review: The field owner was down to earth and the guys he had working with him were polite and fun to have guiding us. The reason i liked it was that they had a lot of trees and not too many bushes. Personally i find bushes to make for a lame course. No hits and alot of spray. Quest had mostly trees and alot which are big enough to find cover.
Along with those tree courses they had added other bunkers like a vehicles and bunches of branches. Nice.
We played a town course which everyone really enjoyed, fun for first timers to advanced 'er noobs to 1337 ballers . Quest had a bunch other courses but we were content with the ones we played. The ground was nice too, cause it was all pretty much like beach sand.
Aside from the field he had compressed air instead of CO2 for the markers (tippmans)
Good for guys who bring their own guns that run on compressed air, plus the guys who rent don't have the inconsistency of CO2 pressure and on a cold day don't have the snow shooting out the marker.

I liked it alot and he had a deadly(awesome) homemade fill station. So easy to use that if set to 3000, anyone could use it with out supervision. Had a quik coupler like every fill station, on the ende of an air hose connected to a steel electrical Junction Box (just a rugged steel box) To activate you just push a joystick off to any direction and it fill your tank. Let go and it rights itself plus releases pressure from hose. All good.
They could have monitored us a bit more though. Reason was i think they had a lot of groups that day

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