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Mooncalf Friday, May 9th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: November 11th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Blitz
Review: I've played paintball for 11 years now, at numerous fields. When it comes to the fields at Promisedland there is no other park out there with such a diverse selection of terrain and scenario games. Trudge through swamps, conquer an 80 foot cliff, defend replicated Vietnamese hooch's and pillboxes, turn off the nuke! The 30 minute command and conquer scenario made me an ungodly paintball player, make sure you do this scenario and don't be scared to take a bullet! I understand where people are coming from, it's true they do not allow team jerseys or have HP fills, because they want to deter "hardcore" players away from their family park. You can bring your own HP fill, and high end guns and you can wear jerseys, but you just can't be an obvious team, because they've had problems in the past. They have plenty of growth, I remember playing 20 versus 20 when they first opened and now they have 200 people at their big games, so this proves that this park is where people want to play at. I wouldn't call the owners rude, but they have that tough love type of thing going (they greet me by first name but I'm one of their most loyal attendees) Promisedland will never sell HP or have a speedball field because they do not want to attract this type of player. They actually did do a few tournaments but because paintball is a honesty sport and tournaments have blood thirsty competition, it seems that pride and ill principal come priority over ethically playing paintball, so they ended this, and have the recreational side of paintball. You have to check this place out, there is no other fields like these. Make sure you do not cheat. Any other park the refs do paintchecks, but at Promisedland the refs are looking for cheaters, so make sure you call yourself out when I bunker you! =)

Edit:
Wow I forgot I wrote the above so long ago.

Anyhow, this place is still my home field. If you want a place that is completely different in the paintball experience, then Promisedland.com is the best field around. Here's one reason you might want to come--there is no other field in the world that actually prays before the first game. I was blessed by the owner, Mr. Pinter, by hearing his testimony on how the field was started. This field was prayerfully and powerfully used by God to spread some Gospel. His kids love the Lord also, bless them. They are a Godly family, true role models.

They started doing Famous Dave's BBQ sandwich's for lunch, how can you beat that?! I've gotten use to the honesty rule here, and when I've played at other fields the refs actually thanked me for my honesty, and I say, "I play at Promised Land." ;)

Last edited on Monday, March 26th, 2007 at 8:00 pm PST
 

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