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speedballer12 Wednesday, November 8th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: November 4th, 2006
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
the closest is 45 minutes away
to the Field:
turn left at timbermart and theres a sighn and turn right at the sighn and drive 2 minutes and theres a white sighn and enter there
Review: I went to there player apreceation day it was awsome they give away some sweet prizes halo hoppers paintballs and memberships it was awsome.They put a net between the shooting range so the cars dont get shot anymore.they have some really good fields a town a marine firebase and a huge fort you have to atack and defend its called the alamo. thebull run and the goldmine are ok.The refs are awsome there really nice but the paintballs are a bit expensive but the paintballs arent that bad they have a really nice restaurant good free lunch i have played here about 10 times and the cheap thursdays are really good the paintballs cost 6 cents a paintball and addmission is 2 bucks and to rent a tippmann is 10$$ to rent .Overall this place is awsome

Review Comments
IONized_baller' Sunday, February 18th, 2007 | 12:56 pm PST
good review expect for you forgot to rate it from 1-10

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