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complac3ncy Thursday, March 29th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: March 25th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
None
Directions
to the Field:
I did a mapquest, didn't have any problems.
Review: Before arriving at Mad Cow Paintball, I had pretty high expectations. I was a frequent player at some of the most well known and established fields in the country, located in Florida and Texas. I hadn't played paintball in a year+ due to military orders to Korea, and was itching to dust off my gear and play.
Unfortunatly for me, I had totally forgot that I had let a friend of mine borrow my tank and I never got it back before I moved. Fortunatly though, the staff at Mad Cow was very helpfull and let me use one of thier compressed air tanks at no charge. The staff was very nice and the family run atmosphere made me feel right at home. Which I can appreciate very much, because to me theres nothing worse then getting to a field and being surrounded by paintball elitists, which has happened to me several times.
The field's I played on were top notch. The woodsball field was great, lots of cover, woodsy, lots of hills and overall just a very nice variety of terrain in a small area, that's what makes a good paintball field in general.
Next I played a game on a huge field of spools. Brought back some memories of years ago, since it had been a while since I had played on a similar course. Great fun, finally took a few to the shoulder here, ill have to actually walk the field next time.
Paint prices are reasonable. Last time I bought a case of paint i'm pretty sure It was about 60 dollars. It was around 45 for a case and 13 or so for 500. Three different grades for you fussy types, with any type of marker.
The referee that day was nice and told me about the diffrent days and when they get busier and when the scenario games are, etc.
It would have been nice to have some kind of shelter from the elements/heat. It did get kind of hot that day, with a nice breeze, however, some sort of pavillion or shelter to sit under while doing marker maintenance or taking a break or something would be ideal. Would have been interesting if it would have rained that day, and all 20-30 of us that were there had to cram into that barn or something.
Some organization would be great too. As in when games start and such. Most fields i've been to, the ref's going around and will announce when specific games, or series's of games will start, and what fields they will be held on.
I guess thats all I have to say, mostly nitpicking, you really can't ask for more honestly, I mean, its a paintball field, it'd be nice if people served you cold beers, but you go there to play paintball, not get a buzz.
I bought a season pass, and will be back for some more paintball.
 

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