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dtrcy1 Thursday, March 29th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: March 25th, 2007
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Tri-Cities, Grandview, Spokane
Review: The new policy of field paint only is for two reasons. 1- some of the paint that was brought in from elsewhere had an excessively hard shell and it was just flat beating the players up. Hoppers had holes shot in them, players were shot multiple times without the paint breaking. I've had complaints for years. 2- it is a financial decision. There are no field fees, I cover all the costs. The refs are paid. I have big red radars and hand helds for the refs. There is a free wash station for goggles. ( I spend over $150 a year just in paper towels). There are several other things I supply. I work hard to keep this affordable so I don't price anyone out of a great paintball experience. I do apologize for seeming non-concerned or abrupt. That is the last thing I want to communicate on that field. I care deeply about the sport and the players. The reason for no exceptions is that I try to by very consistant. Players look to me for that. I hope you'll reconsider and come back and play anytime. You can always contact me at the store. Jim

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