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Slaggo Tuesday, February 6th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: January 20th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
tswawassen, panther....
Review: i have been playing at north shore for 3 years. The field has improved every year that it has been open, new features are being built every couple of months and bunkers moved almost every week to keep regulars on there toe's. in this winters storms some of the bunkers like the jail house(aka crack house) where semi destroyed and allot of trees fell in the back, it looks a little thin right now but in the spring everything will be green and beautiful again other then that there were some great improvements in the field like a set of tire stairs up the front and back of the main hill!. allot of people complain that they don't have a compressor for 4500psi, they don't take credit or debit cards, and that they don't have food. that is because it is on native land and there not allowed to put electricity at the location and also they are on a lease so if they did have electricity put in and they were nto able to renew there lease there out all the money that it cost them to put in the power poles (it cost $5000 to put in just one power poll!!!) The staff there are TOP NOTCH. i cannot say enough good things about them. if you have a problem with your gun, i can guarantee you that one of them can help you, from pumps(russ) to timmies(Andy) they find the problem and give you a solution. CHRONO IS MANDATORY AT THIS FIELD , you get one warning and if you caught again your gone, that goes for any rule, in-fact i think there is only one warning per-day for everyone who is playing. do not bring your own paint because they only shoot one or two colors a weekend and will check everybodys hopper if they see other colors flying. as for paint fees i used to think that it was expensive , then i thought about everything that they have to pay for Rent, business license fees, employees, equipment up keep, meterial for building up the field, chrono( oh yeah DON'T SHOOT THE BIG RED CHRONO), and much more other stuff. if you think about it everybody has to make a living, and if you really love paintball then $45 (500)to $80(1000) every-other weekend isn't that much, if it is i suggest you quit smoking or something. the facility's ( tables and such) took a beating this winter so it will be a little while before everything is up to top shape again but when they are up, everything is fairly good.
this field is in its fifth year i believe and will be the number one field in bc in no time at all


The short list:
Reffing- the best i have seen ever
Facility's- there's room for improvement
field- for ever changing (for the better)
prices- you get what you pay for and more(like i said everybody needs to make a living)
Safety- is top priority and if you follow the rules you have a great time
players- the nicest REGULARS i have ever met (leave the smack talk for the drive home)
customer service- just be patient and polite and people will help you, your not the only person there
i give it a 10 but there is room for improvement as far as there being more tables (too crowded in the regulars area)
 

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