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f4lloutom3n Wednesday, May 17th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: April 2nd, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Paintball Village-less fields, more professional--more expensive
Paintball World Ohio-less fields, better fields(indoor xball), more professional-better pricing
Pev's Ohio-More Expensive, better fields(NPPL field, PSP xball field, hyperball, woods, themed fields, woods)
Directions
to the Field:
Mapquest.com sucka's
Review: Well, I played at this field on opening day. I met a lot of people, such as a couple players from local teams, and the owner Jim. He was very nice but was not dressed professionally. He was wearing overalls, but i guess it doesn't matter. The ref's were not very great either, they didn't seem interested in the games. I had a guy in the snake on their hyperball field, put about 5 shots on him, and he wiped all of them w/ Jim standing about 20 feet away. I proceeded to shoot him a few more times. After the game i was yelled at and told i should not overshoot, and that the first shots were plenty. Hello.....how do you notice me shooting him 4 times instead of seeing him wipe 5 hits.......just wow.

Their fields were average. The airball was not set up, i guess it is only used for the tournaments. The hyperball bunkers were very small as was the field. They consisted of a few spools and cut up tires stacked with some type of support. The woods field is very large, but has good bunkers and a fort so its nice. Cleared out a lot too so you can run through it unlike some woods where you couldn't see someone 30 ft. in front of you.
The Ghost Town field is kind of stupid. You can't cross to the other side of the town, and nobody gets out, its sort of a big waste of paint, we just sat around and taunted players from the other side. The speedball field was made of spools with a snake made of hyperball pipes. It was pretty good and i mainly played on that.

The paint is Kick'n paintballs. They have 55/case for kick'n premium, 65/case for premium plus. It's not bad, not too brittle of a shell so no breaks in low-end spyders, as well as good breakage on other players, a good medium.

Air fills are a little weird. They do not offer all day air, a shame :(
You can buy an air fill card for $20.00, and you get 17,000 psi worth of air fills. That comes out o $3.50 for a 3000psi fill, not too expensive. Co2 is the normal $0.25 / ounce.

Admission is $5.00, pretty cheap.

Overall this is a pretty good budget field for the average player. A player from Dynasty Dynamics, Cody Smjick, used to play at this field when he was growing up. There are walk-on players and tournament players, and you can pick between what skill level players you'd like to play with. If this field was run a little more proffesionally it would be an awesome place. That and if they had an airball field setup on open play days.

 

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