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radoilanit Monday, January 15th, 2007
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: January 14th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Pattaya Thailand, Israel, All American Sports park Las Vegas, Run-a-Muk Hawaii, Okinawa Japan (18 Services), Kaneohe Hawaii, Paintball Performance Hawaii, St George Utah, MCB Camp Pendleton,
Directions
to the Field:
Near the Airport, a little complicated to get to.
Review: The owner is super nice ans easy to deal with. There are three fields available to play on. There is a Hyper ball, Air ball, and "Mound" Field. The field is near the coast and was swept by the coastal wind. The Air ball field didn't have any tall bunkers to stand behind for back players. This might be in part to the trade-winds. The hyper ball field was like any other hyper ball field that you would play on. The "Mound" field was the least interesting field. it was filled with old school spools and mounds.

The field had the best field gun set up that I have ever seen anywhere in the world. they fielded Automags with Level 10 bolts. They all had U L E bodies on them, reducing the gun weight, and they were all aired up by Crossfire tanks.

The fill station had multiple fill hoses that filled to 4500, they only had one hose that filled to 300 which is what the house gun filled on.

Field Fees are paid in one area with rentals, and paint and air is paid for in another areas entirely. If your rent a house gun with air all day and your have your own tank that you want filled your are going to have to pay double. One for the rental gear and air all day and another to fill your own tank.

Air and Paint prices on all of the fields that I played on Hawaii was expensive so if you plan to play in Hawaii plan to pay a little more. This is probably in part to the fact that all paint has to be shipping in from the mainland.

There was a staging area with tents, the day that I was there, they had a couple private parties being ran through which had their own area of the tent taped off and under that tent gun racks line the outside of the tent.

The running theme while playing in Hawaii is for the entire field to take lunch break for a given amount of time. This field is not different from all the other fields. A lunch truck pulls up and affords players a venue to get "grinds".

Tourney players were running drills on Sunday and each group were ran through all of the available fields.

The down sides that I saw was that they only fielded on ref per field, guns were never chronoed by the refs and some of the netting could use with some tightening up. I personally never received a safety brief.

I would highly recommend this field for your intermediate and tournament level players. Because of guns not being chronoed and no safety brief I would not recommend this field for newer players.
Last edited on Monday, January 15th, 2007 at 12:37 pm PST
 

Review Comments
Regent Friday, July 2nd, 2010 | 2:27 pm PST
Dispute:
Well if you have gone to the field recently then you would know that many of the things that you're concerned about have been changed. Every gun regardless, airsoft paintball, pumps and semis, are all chronoed.
   

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