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IL DUCE Saturday, May 10th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Only other field I play at is River Valley Paintball in Yorktown.
Review: Overall, a great field. Great speedball fields and wood fields. The objects such as the crashed plane, cars, and satellite dish add to the effect of the scenarios played on the fields. I haven't had a chance to play on their Ultimate Air Ball field (pretty sure they have one). Their speedball fields are incredible. All of the fields are spectator friendly, the speedball fields have plexiglass walls around them, and the woods fields have netting around them. There is a pro shop will all the things you need or want (I especially like the fact that the owner operates the shop out of a semi-trailer). Their paint prices are pretty steep. It costs $100 for a case of paint (Team Colors, last time I was there), and only $70 for the same case with a yearly membership, which I can't remember how much that costs.


Rating- 9, just because it costs so much. If the prices were a little lower, definately a 10.

The following story does not reflect the rating:
Last summer, I was invited with a couple of friends to go play at the field. Towards the end of the day a friend of mine was shot in the goggles. In any other situation, this would not be a problem, but he could've been seriously injured because of the neglect of the field owner and operater. I can't remember what kind of mask system it was, but it was olive/black in color. On the goggle part of the mask, under the right eye on the bottom peice of the goggle (not sure if it was both, but he got shot under the right eye), the protective plastic had been cut away, leaving a 1.5-2 inch long open space. It was apparrently made to allow for extra ventilation. My friend was on the virge of pressing charges that day, but instead asked the owner to destroy the goggle system that he had used. He was not seriously injured, but could have been. I reccomend anyone playing at this field check their goggles thoroughly before use.
 

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