- ENR (Outdoor Woodsball place)
- LMS (Owned by Mick Burgess, GREAT PLACE)
- Rampage Outdoor
- Rampage City
* Fills HPA
* Good for new guys
* Close to Medicine Hat
* Corey is knolegable with open bolt blow back markers
* Decent selection of paint for ***OFF FIELD*** use
* Reffing is alright, can't complain.
* Doesn't fill full 4500 fills
* Does hot fills (Fills to 4500 and lets it cool, but doesn't top it off, you end up with 3800 PSI)
* Has troubles fixing higher end markers
* Junkyard field is DANGEROUS, there is broken glass and steel rods in the oddest places.
* "Speedball" field consists of gravel, with a few blow up bunkers, and *WOODEN* spools randomly placed among the fields boundries.
* Pro shop is slightly overpriced
* HPA fills are $5 for a 4500 fill, but you normally only get 3800, and $4 for a 3000 fill, but you normally only get 2800 or so if you're lucky.
* Paint prices - Charges 0.08/ball, NOT including tax, he then adds tax onto it. Also, the paint he sells there is fairly decentley priced, with the exception that he doesn't allow it on the field.
* WoW (Walk on Wednesdays), there are players, willing to drop $40-80 + field fee to play, and if there aren't more then 6-8 players, he cancels.
Those are some of the pros and cons of the field, in conclusion, I think that if he dropped the prices of paint, he could make some serious money. Think about it, the majority of speedballers will shoot roughly a case per practise, and he sells by 0.08/ball, but what player is going to play that price to shoot so much paint, when they could go to a different field and get better prices, I think he could drop the prices of the paint to about 0.05, or even 0.04 per ball. I know for a FACT that with just that slight decrease in paint price, alot more of the players I know would play there. Also, I think he could look into a 4500 compressor which would help with the not so great fills he currentley offers.