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Fallout_man1990 Monday, May 8th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: April 25th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Review: Xtreme over all is a very good field, but like any field it has its pro's and con's.

Field: Xtreme has a real good field and keep it at a good standard. the field is a full sup air field. The field is always clean (except during session's :P). This has to the best field i have ever played on.

Markers: The only real let down with xtreme is the fact that they use Tippmann 98 customs with gravity fed loaders. While this is a real let down it makes quite lot of sense when you see how some people treat the markers. you wouldn't want ion's with egg's or reloader 2's going through the same beating.

Proshop: Xtreme has quite a good proshop, it doesn't have many markers but they can still get them in for u, they stock other items such as mask's, pod belts, jerseys, ect.

Staff: Xtreme has very nice and friendly helpful staff, if you ever have a problem their happy to help.

So over all Xtreme is a awesome field, but the only let down is the markers.
 

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