The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
January 10th, 2007
Other Fields in the Area:
Well, I went there with a friend to check it out, new to paintball myself. I was sorta disappointed in it. It's this really cold old slaughterhouse. Walls were spray painted with profanity and gang signs. I kinda felt uncomfortable there. He told me I was only able to use semi auto with no ramping. But when I played out there, some people were shooting with ramping and full auto on. I only had enough money for a case and a fill for C02 but he charged us a for sharing the case. I could maybe see it with premium or evil or something but stingers? Come on. Refs were pretty nice. Proshop was empty. Was nothing in it. I would maybe go there again but I wouldn't refer friends there.
Last edited on Sunday, February 11th, 2007 at 5:54 pm PST
that is the indoor field which doesnt have a proshop the outdoor field is in good condition and is much nicer also prices have gone down since u were last there also the players dont ramp they use semi auto they just have very fast fingers im a 15 yr old that plays there and the players dont cheat at all i know most of them
Dispute: I have played at this field 7 times. There are no gang signs on the wall, if you read closely I believe it says "Jesus Saves". Matt dose not allow ramping or full auto, now that being said, many of the player are local tournament players and with there high-end electronic markers can easily achieve 12-15 bps oin semi-auto. Understandably, to someone not used to playing with this level of players, it would seem they are ramping or on full auto. Matt does not have a pro-shop, he has a field and a place to store his rentals. As far as sharing paint, I have split a case with a buddy many times, one person buys the case which includes field fee and the second person still has to pay field fee. If you consider this being charged extra, your mistaken. Why should buying one case of paint between 2 people include 2 field fees? You will both be playing and both using air, hence 2 field fees. As far as meat hooks, there are no meat hooks, they have something to do with the old electrical or lighting system and are 12 feet high. There is no way to come into contact with then short of a rocket pack, lol.
I can only recommend trying out this field, I promise you won't be disappointed!!
Last edited on Tuesday, April 10th, 2007 at 1:34 pm PST