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Wraith06 Thursday, February 1st, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: January 28th, 2007
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
None in the local area.

One down in Florida, that one was horrible.
to the Field:
On highway 247 between Macon and Warner-Robins. Look for the sign and netting.
Review: Safety - Enforced at all times. Goggles on for chrono and whenever you pass the field line past the netting. Goggles stay on until the head ref, usually Joe, says its safe to take them off. Field speed is 280 fps and is enforced.

Fields - Setup for 2 air fields and 1 hyperball field. Currently in the process of being revamped, but still serviceable. Netting around each. Large woodsball/scenario field with trenches, numerous bunkers, a raised fort, pillboxes, an airplane wreckage, and plenty of good hiding spots.

Prices - $45 to $48 for paint, field fee is $15, no air fee. Sundays and Friday nights are BYOP. Great thing is, if you buy your paint from the shop that day, they waive the field fee. Rental packages are Tippmann Pro-Lites w/goggles, tank, 2 pod holder, pods, and 500 paintballs for $38. Prices on equipment are great, comparable to internet stores, without the shipping cost.

Services/Proshop - Joe can do just about any repair work on mechanical or electronic markers. One of his employees, Nate, is also very good with autocockers. Proshop is well stocked with the usual equipment: pods, barrel socks, pod carriers, masks, trigger kits, hoppers, and clothing/pads. Usually has several markers for sale at any given time, both new and used.

Staff - Joe and his family (father, wife, son) all run and help out with the field. They are wonderful people and genuinely care that you get the best product for your money. Joe has worked hard to make his field an enjoyable experience for anyone that comes and watches out for the new players and little kids.

Reffing - The reffing is fair and unbiased, though usually Joe will count on players to play honest during the woodsball games. If it gets too lopsided during a game, Joe will redistribute the teams next round so that no side has too much of an advantage.

Players - Sunday afternoons and Saturdays are usually the busiest times of the week, drawing anywhere from 10 to 60 players, depending on weather.

Facilities - Indoor restrooms/changing areas, indoor proshop with snack foods and drinks for a reasonable price, C02 and HPA up to 3000, large staging area, conference room for parties, and plenty of paved parking.

Overall - On Target Paintball Georgia is one of the finest fields at which I've ever played. Although it is not as large as some of the ones out in Colorado or Alabama, there is more then enough room to conduct a 100 person woodsball game or hold a 40 team speedball tournament. They are kind, fair, and very well organized.
Last edited on Tuesday, February 13th, 2007 at 5:24 am PST

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