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han_daddy Saturday, March 24th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: March 24th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Only ones back in Florida, and too long ago to really count for anything... But for what it's worth, SaltFork is a pretty nice field.
Review: Safety: All guns now require tip covers and must be pointed down when not in the field. They also chrono everyone. Masks on at all times in the fields. All in all, they have pretty strict rules about safety, and Jake (the owner) will call you on safety issues. This is both great and annoying -- great because they care about safety; annoying because it can sometimes take a little long to get organized when there is a huge group of new players (e.g. chronoing and adjusting speeds; though it just goes to show you how big a group they can get at this field).

Fields: They have a great woodsball field (very big and lots of good places to bunker up). Next to the main gathering area is a smaller field they also use for speedball. The field is really nice, and almost always generates large crowds -- regardless of weather. And the players are almost always friendly and honest (i.e. no wipers that I've seen). Everyone seems to have a good attitude and a good time. I once played in freezing rain, and there was still a good group wanting to play. If you like woodsball, this is definitely a great place. There are lots of good scenarios that they play. There is also a target practicing area. Once they're open, they will keep games going for as long as there are players wanting to play.

Prices: Pretty good rental prices starting at $25.00 (you get a complete Tippman 98 set and 500 rounds of paint; free compressed air refills, though they also have CO2). And don't worry -- you won't be renting a crap gun. Paint is $12 for 500 or $40 for 2,000. They also have premium paint and premium rentals (BT-4 and A-5) for a higher price. Field fee is $5 if you have your own gun. I believe they are soon going to have BYOP passes, if not already. But given their prices on the paint and what you can get on the market, I really don't think it makes all that much of a difference. From what I've heard, these are very good prices, especially compared to the nearby fields.

Staff/Refs: They are a great bunch of folks. I think Jake and his dad run the place, and they really do a good job of running the show.
Last edited on Sunday, March 25th, 2007 at 4:24 pm PST
 

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