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CorysWorld Sunday, May 18th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
None is CT
Review: NOTE: Extreme Paintball is the same as Outdoor Adventure Games. For some reason they have 2 names

First thoughts on coming to this field is that it is really shady; it is ran out of a trailer and the parking lot (if you can call it that) is a rocky field. However these guys know what they are doing and have good people working there. They are really concerned on safety, you must have your barrel plug in at all times when not in play.
The fields include Air ball, elimination field, and a relativly small capture the flag field, and a really large one (my fav) which is in total they say 75 arces. All of these fields are in the woods (which I like) and have decent bunkers and such.

So the bad . . . you must use field paint and it is really expensive $90 for 2000 rounds.
I would play here a lot more often if the paint was less expensive.

I give them a rating of 7 because the fields are good and they know what they are doing but the paint is expensive
 

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