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Volcom1000cc Wednesday, November 15th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: November 10th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
All Around NM and CO
Directions
to the Field:
NW Tramway and Indian School
Review: I've been playing for several years and i believe this field deserves credit. Overall this field is not bad at all. The major credit i will give to this field is the amount of bunkers they have for the size of the field. This field is great, especially for the beginning noobies. Everyone says PBA is better just because of the players. Now sure PBA may have more experienced players but thats because they had bega their field 7miles out of Alb., Which means most players that went there was adults or older players who usually have been experienced since they are older. Hinkle has noobies, nearby players, and just in general some experienced players. This area has a gas station across the street, has drinks and food inside the other buildings...What does PBA have? used parts/guns? air/co2? and a field? either way these fields are both good and have advantages.
 

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