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LoaderJeremy Friday, May 5th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: May 5th, 2006
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Paintball Adventures; Sedalia, CO: Much larger Rec Ball area. Two fields with pneumatic bunkers. No pro Shop at the field. Paint cost is the same. All day air fill not available, costs $1/1000.
Review: I have played at APC since they were at their old location on Brighton Blvd. This location has a lot more room, especially on the scenario field. Then now have pneumatic bunkers instead of the old corrugated pipe bunkers. Lighting could be better. They have a great area for staging and time between games. About a half dozen vending machines are available for those who forget to bring refreshments. They have a flat fee for all day air fills, but they run a cascade system that only allows fills to 3,000 psi. Who cares that it can't hit 4,500 or 5,000 when there isn't any extra fee for filling. With two self serve stations, it is a quick process to refill. They also have repairs available, as well as some equipment from the pro shop. If they don't have what you want, they will order it. Field paint only is a bit of a drag, but they need to pay for electricity, phone, and water, as well as the staff. They do have special discount days and times. Regular price right now is $65 per case for paint, $15 field fee. I'm not sure what the charge was for the air, but it wasn't bad. Today's paint was small diameter, to the point where I didn't have a barrel that would fit it, but ball breaks were almost nonexistent. Give them a break about their playing surfaces. The astro turf does get slippery, but it is pretty clean to play on where grass wouldn't be able to grow. The dirt for the scenario field is far dirtier to play on than the old sawdust over concrete of their old location, but the fire department wouldn't let them do that again. The dirt is packed as well as it could be, and again grass isn't a possibility. Don't get cocky with the staff, and they won't get cocky with you. A little respect goes a long way.

Review Comments
AirAssault Thursday, December 20th, 2007 | 4:22 am PST
Don't get cocky and they wont with you...... of course you are their customer, unless you are a total jerk, they should respect you no matter what. You keep them in business. That's all.

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