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sniperGasMask Tuesday, October 17th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: October 8th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Mr Biggs' Paintrunner - Dragon man's is way better than Mr Biggs. Playing at Dragon Man's makes this field seem like it isn't even paintball!
Review: There are goods and bads with this field, so here is my pro/con list:

Pros:
-The fields are absolutely huge and perfect for paintball
-Cool pro shop (all the guns on the walls)
-You can play on 5 different fields, and with your own group if you want
-They offer drinks and snacks if you need them
-Hearing the gunfire from the shooting range is cool while you play
-There is a covered picnic area for when the weather gets bad

Cons:
-It seems kind of dangerous, with the exposed nails and random ditches everywhere
-There aren't really any safety rules, once you sign the waiver, you are on your own
-It gets really muddy even if it drizzles
-There are cacti and other spikey plants on some of the fields
-Sometimes the size of the fields makes the match more like a maze to find other players

 

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