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shadow474747 Saturday, November 24th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: November 23rd, 2007
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Don't know. Was only visiting the area.
to the Field:
Once you know your almost there, make sure not to miss the road as it can be a little hard to see at first.
Review: Staff/Ref's-- The staff at the counter was very friendly and helpful. The girls behind the counter seemed to be happy to be there which is good because it was Black Friday. The Ref's were very good.I give props to the new Asian Ref. (Sorry I forgot your name) He was very good at what he was doing. He one time ran more than 3/4ths of the way across the field just to check me for paint that I didn't even realise hit me. The only problem with the Ref's was the girl ref (Once again, sorry I forgot your name) didn't seem to notice the guy 20 feet ahead of her get hit and not call himself out. This happend about twice. Only one more problem that I will mention below. Otherwise all was good. 8/10

Safety-- Safety was very well enforced in staging area and the target area by the girl behind the counter yelling at people to put their masks and barrel plugs on. They made everyone listen to their safety speech. The only real problem here is that sometimes when people were out and waiting for the game to end, they would take their mask off during the game with the Ref's standing right next to them. I almost wished that a paintball would hit them I the eye. Other than that, barrel plugs were always in after games and in the staging areas. 7/10

Fields-- There are about two dozen fields but I only played on 15 of them. The Airball fields were not set up. All of the fields were good except I really disliked the field past the Spool field up the hill. All it mostly boiled down to is who is the better camper at the back each side the best. For some reason I really liked field 6, the Woodsball field with the creek running through it. It was my favorite. Other than the three Hybird fields (A mixture of Woodsball and Spools) the two Airball fields, and the Hyperball field, (Made up of black tubes) it is all Woodsball. Thats a good thing for people (Like me) who like Woodsball and a bad thing for those people who only play Airball. Also I wouldn't play on the Hyperball field with more than 10v10. Both times I played on the field with about 20v20 and both times all the bunkers off the break were overcrowded. Otherwise every field was great. 9/10

Players-- Most of the people there were using rentals except for a few pros but they didn't play more than four games with us. All of the players were nice and cussing was extremly rare. Even when someone slipped it wasn't even bad. No stealing had occured wich is a huge plus for me since some feilds have dirty thieves... 10/10

Price-- Admission was 20$ and since it was after Thanksgiving, they had a special, 5$ for all day air/Co2 which is realy good. I beileve they fill to 4500 PSI for those of you wondering. They also had many other special deals on Markers and such that lasted all weekend. 10/10

Rentals-- I do know that its 35$ for admission and everything you need if you don't have your own equipment. It includes Spyder Victor II, a 12 oz. Co2 tank, a pod harness and two pods, a mask, (Not sure what kind) and I believe 500 paintballs (Not sure on the paintballs). Can't say too much about how they preform because I didn't use them. By watching others, they seemed to not be having any problems at all with their Markers. 10/10

Paintballs-- They had decent paint for reasonable prices: Toxic for 45$ and some other paint for 40$ (Cant remember what its called) which they also had on sale 3 cases for 99$.

Overall-- Velocity Paintball is easily one of the better paintball parks I have been to. I would recomend Velocity Paintball to anyone looking to have a relaxed, family friendly paintball park and just to have tons of fun.

Correct me If anything isnt accurate. Thanks
Last edited on Thursday, January 3rd, 2008 at 6:24 pm PST

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