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Sarge1986 Monday, November 27th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: November 25th, 2006
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Chilli Paintball Pitts excellent field with a variety of playing areas.
Challenge Park when it was in Custer Park, great field too bad they moved to Joliet.
Review: I reached the filed at around 9am and players started showing up after that. Players continued to show up all morning and afternoon. I was given an overview of the safety rules, field maximum velocity (285), I purchased my paint and had my air tank filled. Prices were very fair $10.00 field fee (includes free air refills) and paint was $72.00 per case. Their was a chronograph their to insure proper speed limits. Teams were chosen and arm bands given out. Our ref was young and seemed to be experienced with the games and the rules. Our 1st game was on the Hyper-ball field. A totally new experience for me as I was used to woods ball. I had a ball, shot lots of paint, lots of players, and made some new friends. Parking was great, the staff very helpful, and the playing fields were great. Safety was a major factor and is stressed through out the day. I will be back!!!

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