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thebeamanater Sunday, November 18th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
4 years
Last There: November 18th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
just classic and windy hill. im content with dan's land so i havent tried to find other places to play
Directions
to the Field:
go I-75 to exit 205. if you're coming from the north, you'll turn left onto SR 16. move on down and you'll turn right onto colwell road. it should be your first right just under a billboard if i remember correctly. you'll stay on colwell for a while. just after you cross the interstate, you turn right onto a dirt road. the name of the road is harkness, but i believe the road sign was hit and torn down. about a mile down harkness you'll go up a small hill and it will be on your right, but you dont see the "paintball" sign until you're right up on it so it's easy to miss
Review: dan is a very nice awesome guy. he does his best to make sure everybody has fun, so he doesnt let the "pros" play with the newer players and when there's a big enough group he seperates the mechanical guns from the electric guns. only when EVERYBODY agrees does he let ramping and bunkering go on. if one person doesnt agree with ramping or bunkering, it doesnt happen. a common rule you may find with experienced players is 'no ramping but yes bunkering.' he makes sure all his referees are experienced and cool headed to keep the feild as safe as possible. people who break the rules dont play. period. you break the rules once you'll get a stern taling to and when you break them twice you'll sit out a game or two and if you break the rules 3 times you will be sent home. they dont play with rule breakers. people ask often "when's your next open play?" well dan opens the feild every single weekend saterday and sunday from noon to 5, so thats not a problem. now, dan's land has no electricity, which makes some things hard. he has a bathroom and running water powered by a 55 gallon drum, a car battery, and a fuel pump out of an old ford. he stocks drinks and a few candy bars and thats about it for food. i see a lot of groups pack a cooler and a small lunch and that works just fine. my advice would be to hit up a waffle house on the way down and a drive through on the way home.
 

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