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manureoccurith Monday, November 20th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
4 years
Last There: October 2nd, 2006
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Champion-they can die
to the Field:
check the site. call eric, and get to this place!
Review: Ive been playing at Ring for quite some time.

The first thing is the feilds, they have everything, and its all within short walking distance. they have hyper pipe, sup air, western village, a caslte, a village, big ball, and urban warefare. all are great feilds and tons of fun to play.

They rent out 98 customs that look damaged but still run great.

Paint, I have never had a problem with the paint, of course it breaks but only in bad conditions or because of my mistake. They charge 60 a case, which is a little high, but when is paint not high?

Reffs, not all of the reffs are big on paintball, but they are friendly and if you need help with your marker or equipment, they direct you to the right reff to talk to.

The Store. Has everything a new player can buy and some things a pro could need in there as well.

all in all i give it a 10, this feild may not have pros reffing or anything, but still is a great place to play.

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