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shiplemw Saturday, June 3rd, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: June 3rd, 2006
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
No other fields in this area
Review: Overview: For those that want the short and dirty here goes. This is a safe and friendly field for newcomers to advance players. They were extremely friendly and outgoing people. They also had pretty good prices on paint, drinks, air and field use.

Safety - They want a safe environment here just as any field should. They require barrel plugs, and masks on at all times. They have a safety area used for breaks, paint storage etc but it is a ways away from the air/paint/drink area. 10/10 for safety.

Refs - The refs were very nice. Playing the smaller fields they had only 1-2 refs but once the larger games got started we usually had 2-4 refs. They were friendly, called out hits and weren't afraid to do a paint check in the middle of the battle.

Service - Service here was extremely good. My '05 prostock broke an o-ring in the regulator while I was here and they did all they could to fix and replace it. Despite not having a spare on hand they let me use a loaner gun to continue my day.

Price - Very good prices on CO2 and HPA. $10 all day gets you in the game. Not too shabby. Prices on paintballs seemed to be pretty decent as well. i didn't buy any paint but those around me were happy with it.

Fields - Wow there are a multitude of fields here they have a sup-air field, a speed ball, 1 king of the hill, 1 field called spools, 1 large capture the flag with lots of pipe bunkers (similar to hyper ball) and the pines field. We mainly played spools and the pines field. The other fields look to be in pretty good shape. The only negative I had was that it had rained heavily the day before so there was some very muddy bunker locations. But that isn't the field's fault. Can't fault them for mother nature. So here are the reviews on the fields:

Spools - wow this is a pretty nice field. Lots of large spools obviously that provide a lot of cover. It is setup similar to a speed ball course so games are pretty quick and usually 5-8 people per side. Plenty of shade on this field which can lead to a bit of mud in some places but nice on a hot day. Setup was pretty decent. I enjoyed it due to the quick games and "speed ball esque feel"

Pines - I didn't really enjoy this field much. This soundsl ike woods ball but isn't really what I would call woodsball. The field isn't necessarily large but it has about 30 feet of dense pines on either side. Down the middle there are some smaller trees and lots of open space with grass 2-4 feet in height in various places. The pines are extremely dense and hard to shoot through but really quiet so you have a very nice place to sneak through. The brush in the large open space provided players someplace to just "sit and hide". It is hard to really get going in this because the pines don't provide a huge amount of cover and if you stay in the middle you are very exposed. Not really much cover. Not a bad field just not my personal favorite.

Well that is all I know. They are friendly, well priced, have good fields, and a love for paintball. I recommend anyone in the area give this field a shot. I will definately play here again.

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