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blitz5 Saturday, August 18th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: August 6th, 2007
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
never played anywhere else in the county only places in or around bellevill (bunkers, pro advantage)
to the Field:
off highway 62 head ont gilead road and follow it you should see a sign on the left.
make reservations first or hope another group is playuing that day otherwise u might show up and no one will be there
Review: i've played at rapid fire for a while going 1-2 times or more every summer. when i used to rent i loved their rentals as i had no problems (i was used to the pirhanas from bunkers which were iffy). the guns are or at least were in great working condition last time i rented.
their paint was usually good untill the last time i went . they had worr paint it was orange and probably the worst paint i've ever shot. i got to within a bout 10 feet of a bunker were this girl was and moved up to bunker her . i whatched three of my shots hit her in the chest. she went back into the bunker when i backed off and i started yelling at her that she was hit. she stood up and i saw green in an odd shape on her chest i went in to point out where she was obviously hit and it was a design on her shirt. nothing had popped and i had whatched at least one shot go straight in. i still had some when i got home and i took it out of my pod. everey shot was malformed being thinner on one side than the other. if youve ever dropped paint you know it bounces about half the height you drop it from and if u throw it at a hard surface it'll break. if you drop this paint it bounces about twice and stops and my friends and i threw it as hard as we could on the road in front of my house and it didn't pop. i stepped on it and it took a while for the ball to burst.
the only other problem i have with the field is that you only get one free CO2 refill. this isn't really a problem because they have to make money but it sucks because anyone who shoots alot or as a gun that uses alot of CO2 like mine (A-5) you generally need more CO2 and with paint at 120% a case theres not much vcash left over after registration and paint.
besides CO2 and paint rapid fire is one of my favorite firlds. they only have a single field to play on but its pretty big and every round feels diffrent as they play a variety of senarios and odds are you pick a side and stick to it. they could use some more bunkers on the right side when you come in but the area with the "tower" (the big central bunker you defend in attack and defend) can get some pretty hardcore fire fights. theres also a perfect amount of brush and coselment if you feel like being A scout sniper.
the staff their are friendly and knowledgable. you can order stuff from dan and get deals but they have no pro shop and the stagging are is some picnic tables with a building where they store their supplies.
they had a speedball field only one year that i went but holy crap last year they had a small corn maze you could play in and it was amazing one of the best fields i've ever played on for the sheer speed and proximity of the games.
i'll give it an 8/10 becasue of the crappy paint and the proce of CO2 and paint but besides that an excellent field that i hope will be around for a while.

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