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HK soldier x3 Sunday, June 4th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: June 3rd, 2006
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Paintball Arena - TERRIBLE
Review: Ok well yesterday was my teams first practice at High Velocity Paintball in Bayshore. After reading other reviews i thought i would go to this field and then be pissed off because it sucked. But surprisingly i got there and liked it. I had more fun in 4 hours there then i EVER did at Arena. The staff there is cool and chill with us. The refs actually watch whats going on and make fair teams. Unlike arena, if there are 6 kidswith 98 customs the refs wont put them on the same team againsf 5 kids with egos. The bunkers arent held onto the turf but if you do happen to bump into them they dont move much at all so its really no difference. The ONLY downside to this field is that the turf is really dirty. But what do you expect its paintball. Other than that the small staging area isnt that big of a deal. Overall i really like this arena and im definatley gonna enjoy going there for practice every wednesday and i reccomend this field to any level player, and if a high level go to wednesday night team nights.

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