Combat Zone - Both not good
Indian River Paintballs - Blows it out of the water
Ok where do i start?
This field was originally owned by the city and then auctioned off and won by SAS. In the old days it cost $7.50 to get in. Now to get in it will cost you $15 for both fields, $10 for air, $5 to use your own paint or buy their paint for around $40-60. Fury paintball park, which is just 100 feet from Hurricane is considered a different field, so you will have to pay for both fields if you want to use them. It has 3 airball fields. 1 field has some tanks and grenades and a bunch of sit down bunkers. The next field is a "7" man field, but its a bit smaller than a full 7 man field. The next is an xball field with to few bunkers, and no lane blockers or anything of that likes. Also not to many teams come out to the field.. They have a few people that ref there on weekends which is a good thing but they seem to complain about everything including dry firing your $10 air. SAS is pretty new to running the field, so hopfully the field will improve in the near future. They also have some plans for more tournaments. I rate it 6/10 as it does have a pretty nice enviroment and decent fields, it just needs more work.
Last edited on Thursday, June 8th, 2006 at 9:59 am PST
quote:Originally posted by SplatActionSpor There are so many inaccuracies in this review that itís obviously that the writer is bias. It cost $10 to enter the speedball park, $10 all day air, and $5 if you bring your own paint. Field paint starts at a price of $38, all of the park prices are competitive or cheaper then any other park in the area. In addition Fury has three airball fields compared to one at Combat Zone and 2 at IRP and Fury Park is much better maintained and the dimensions of the fields are significantly larger then any park we have seen in Florida. Fury's bunkers are all 06' bunkers, new, clean and additional bunkers are on order. Fury Park has referees on staff unlike most other fields and the referees do a good job at enforcing the rules to prevent injuries. Fury Park is also home of SAS All Stars, which is ranked second in the Florida FSSS series and one of the most competitive teams in the State. Obviously the writer that posted his comments fails to realize that none of the tournaments held at Fury are ever refereed by anyone with SAS, apparently he's just another sore looser. We recommend that no one pay any attention to Violent Rogues review, its obviously total non-sense and rhetoric. Fury Park is an awesome park, clean, well maintained, and this year it will be home a significant number of important tournaments to include the FSSS, Draxxus 3 man and 7 man, and other large tournament series.
Boy, someone disapointed in the field so they have they have SAS named person to come to complain about honest reviews? Where are my inaccuracy? Because everything posted was true. I said $15 for both parks, your "both" parks are the same place only one is rec and the other is speedball. You paint starting at $38 also requires additional tax. Your 3" airball fields are all lacking bunkers and are not as you describe. Better maintained? Right, your field havelong walks to get anything, no tents for speedball side, and i have been hit 3 times outside of the nets sitting down, im sure from holes in the nets. So instead of trying to correct honest views, let people know the truth.
Last edited on Tuesday, June 13th, 2006 at 9:51 pm PST
What dont you get this is a site where customers review the products they have used the fields theyve been to its not a site where the owner can promote his field thats why you have a site for your field. Go away kook!