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Gofo Saturday, December 22nd, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: December 13th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Sempr Fi, TPS. To be honest, these two fields have good things to offer. However with Master Blasters I feel that you get more for your money. Brian (owner) not only gets you with what you need, he will provide you assistance to insure that you are having a good time. Feel the Fun.
Directions
to the Field:
Master Blasters was one of the original paintball fields in Washinton State, started in the early 1990's and was located out in Agate. It is now out on the Grapeview Loop road in Mason County. Find Allyn Washington on your map, go west towards Shelton. Turn left onto Grapeview road just over the first bridge you cross outside of Allyn. Go to the stop sign about 3 miles, turn right go 2.5 miles turn right on Murray Rd and the driveway is about a hundred feet on your left.
Review: Safety is the up most importance at Master Blasters. Barrel bags, plugs must be on at all times as well as safetys on your markers if you have one. Masks are to be covering your face before you head out onto the fields of play. If you are seen with your mask off or pulled away from your face trying to defog, you will be out of the game. Second chances are given, but repeated offences will often lead you into not playing the rest of the day. Chrono is to be under 300. There is a surrender rule, if you come behind someone within 10 feet you must ask for surrender. No blind shooting. Gun hits do not count (remember the way most fields make money is on the paint, the more you shoot the more money they make). Oh yea, bounces off you there count.

There are four fields for now. The woods field has great cover (brushy in areas) with many trials through out. (Capture the flag)

The next two fields are the size of tournament speedball fields;

The abandon city has 8 buildings (8x8), three cars and one boat. and a couple of short fences for the cross fire action.

The tacticle course (I call it the spool field). This field has over 25 hiding positions for multiple crossfire lanes. Both fields are elimination.

Last is G W's Oil depot. This field places players inside a perimeter of the 55 gallon barrels and you are to defend it from 300 degrees of assault.

Prices are comparable to other paintball fields. Field paint only.

The staff and the refs are one in the same. Very helpful.

Not much of a proshop, but Brian is willing to help you with what you need, if it is feasible.

There is plenty of covered picinic tables for rain or shine playing.

The menu is hot dogs and not those whimpy dogs from your grocery store. Soda and water. Buck fifty for a dog. Two fifty for a dog, soda or water with chips.

If you are looking for a straight up speedball field with inflated bunkers, this is not the place.

Hours; Su-F are by appointment only.

Sat is open to walkons. 10 am


 

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