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brushrop03 Wednesday, January 10th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: January 6th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Haven't played any other fields. Classic Paintball is actually closer (and maybe cheaper) to me, but i've been over there to their pro shop a few times and they do not have as many fields as PBA
Directions
to the Field:
www.paintballatlanta.com

Their directions are pretty accurate
Review: First time I ever played paintball was at PBA. The refs and people working there were very friendly and helpful.

hours: Field is open on Saturday and Sunday

Rules: Games played are basic elimination and center flag. And capture the flag for woodsball.

Safety: They really, really preach the barrel bag and mask rules; safety is their number one concern.

Facilities: Well everything is outside. They have alot of parking, and alot of picnic tables for people to keep their stuff at.

Fields: They have alot of fields which is one of the reasons I drive an hour just to go there every weekend. They have 7 different fields and a woodsball field. Check out their site for details on the different fields.

Proshop: They don't have a proshop at their field location, but they do have two pro shops pretty close. Chances are you pass by them on your way to the field. One is two exits north and the other is about 4 exits down. They do repair what they can at the field however.

Food: Never really bought any food. They serve snacks, drinks, and grilled hot dogs. I usually just eat before/after I go.

Players: You usually get a mixture of players. Those that are expereinced and have their own equipment, and others who are noobies. Last time I went there were a good amount of rental users and those with their own equipment so they were split up to provide better experience for all. Out of the 5 times I've been, there are always a good amount of people.

Prices: well this is where everything goes wrong for me. All day rental and field fee is $20 which isn't too bad. Field fee is $10 w/own equipment. Paint, however, is EXPENSIVE. $80 for a case, $25 for 500, $6 for 100. If you have a season pass you get $10 off of paint. Season pass runs for $90. Not sure how long it last. And you cant bring your own paint. I usually end up spending about $50-60 cause I don't go through alot of paint per game. You can also ref there once a month and get some discounts

Hope that helps. PBA is a great place for experienced and those just looking for a fun weekend outing.
Last edited on Wednesday, January 10th, 2007 at 6:50 am PST
 

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