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blitz (a joke of a field) cpx, fox river, badlandz (greatest field ever imagined), factory pb
Directions to the Field:
i'll never tell you! NEVER! you can torture me if you want, i just hope you don't use those whips on the wall!
Safety: the one time i was there i noticed the more expierenced players having to constantly remind the kids to keep their masks on (despite what the angry video said), although i saw plenty of refs at the staging area, they were almost non-existant on the field. lastly they NEVER had anyone chrono their gun, not even once and i took a couple of bleeding hits to prove it.
Fields: these fields are some of the best i have ever played. plenty of flanking maneuvers and strategy possibilities. however on the command and control map there were too many stalemates to make it very fun. also the fields were very clean.
Prices: RIP OFF. now then before you comment me into a pile of dust let me tell you what you are getting for $80 a case. CRAP Paint. honestly i have never used worse paint in my entire time playing paintball ever. brass eagle is better than this stuff. and at $80 a case i think that it says it all.
Very, very nice rentals (pro carbines), although not the newest they were kept in great shape (i use my own gun so i don't have first-hand experience) and from what i saw shot pretty accurately.
I don't even see a point to having refs at this field. they expect you to use the honor system and call yourself out (even if the balls don't pop) but like i said they pretty much stayed off the field.
Great food (brats, hot dogs) and very nice facilties.
Overall i thought the field was very nice, family oriented, and was well maintained, yet there was one thing that bothered me, what was it? oh yeah the paint, i was lucky if i could get 1out of 10 to even exit the barrel, most of the time my gun shot a green mist. the paint was pmi premium
i tried some pmi premium at my friend's house today and didn't get one break! i think promised land uses either old paint, or throwaway paint from the factory.
Last edited on Sunday, April 30th, 2006 at 6:37 pm PST
what kind of gun where you using? i shoot a smart parts nerve and dident have any breaks.(i did have my dwell on about 5 or 6, so if the paint was brittle my gun would still shoot it i would have not known the difference)
quote:Originally posted by papa89 what kind of gun where you using? i shoot a smart parts nerve and dident have any breaks.(i did have my dwell on about 5 or 6, so if the paint was brittle my gun would still shoot it i would have not known the difference)
My paint was fine to. I had an a-5. No breaks and they matched great with my .689 bore.
Promiseland has PMI make their paint for them, you can only buy the PMI Premium from Promiseland there. They have them make the paint more "environmental friendly", and it ends up being much less quality paint than buying PMI Premium from a sports store or pro shop (and not promiseland's pro shop because that is a joke). The PMI premium paint from promiseland is different from the PMI Premium paint anywhere else.