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SpecOpsBalla Tuesday, June 27th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: June 25th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
There really are none close to me as far as i no so I haven't played at any others.
Directions
to the Field:
Behind The Home Depot. Turn left onto (if ur next to Mealeys) Lincoln Highway going towards the Exxon. Down Past Perruzi Cars in a big truck yard.
Review: Triage/Team Combat Paintball was the first place I have ever played at. I had tested out some of my friends guns and watched them play but I've never actually played a game. I just recently got my first paintball gun and decided to try it out. I went to BYOP (Bring Your Own Paintballs) Sunday it cost me $25 to get in and I got a free Co2 can.

-Safety-
Triage/TCP is very safe they have 2-3 safety zones between courses and there are mesh nets around the perimeter of all feilds aand safety zones. The refs are very strict about keeping your barrel plug/barrel condom and trigger lock on when not on the playing feild.

-Feilds-
The feilds are great and range for every kind of paintball players and guns. The have many woodball courses, a barrel airball course, and a pro airball course. My favorite i sthe Castle Couse. It is set up on a hll with a castle at the top and sandbags and wood walls up the hill. The attacking team starts at the bottom of the hill and attempts to get one team member inside the castle without being hit. The Defending team starts in the castle and trys to prvent the attackers from getting in. This course is really fun both attacking and defending.

-Hours of operation-
(Eastern Standard Time [USA])
Mon-Fri 3-7
Sat & Sun 9-5
Mon-Fri (reservations) 10-4
Sat & Sun (reservations) 9-4
Sat (Walk-on) 10-2
Sun (BYOP) 10-2

-Prices-
(Package Deals)
Half Day $55
Full Day $ 85
2 Hour $40
(Single Deals)
Half Day $20
Full Day $30
(2 hour parties)
$300 (10 people)+$30 for any additional people

-Rules-
All rules are explained thouroughly by the refs before play

-Proshop-
Triage/TCP has a very nice proshop although it is a little pricey.

-Staff-
The staff is great and will help you get set up wether it's your first time or your an experienced pro.

-Refs-
The refs are always fair and will make sure you have a great and safe time

-Teams/Palayers-
Triage/TCM is a public feild althought they do have a team that you can try out for.

Overall i say go there it's awesome and you'll love it.

 

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