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Went out with a couple friends to try this place out; our usual field was closed. If you want to play speed ball, this is not the place for you.
Safety: This bothered me a lot while I was out there. Refs should set an example for the others out there, but there was one ref who wore only the goggles part of a mask, leaving his mouth and ears exposed. Also, a couple of times I had to ask people to put thier barrel plugs in; the refs had not noticed.
Prices: When I went, it was 20$ entry if you had your own gear, and 25$ entry if you rented. Rentals included a tippman 98, 12 OZ. CO2 tank, 200 round hopper(held on by a rubber band), and non-thermal goggles.
You could use your own paint if you brought your own gun. I recomend you do not come to this field unless you have your own gun and paint. Not that a 5 dollar rental fee is bad, but the fact that you must use field paint in a rental can kill you in terms of price. If you go out to Command Post Paintball(Airtex and I-45) you can pick up a box of "Heat" for 33$. My friend who rented said he paid 70$ for his box of field paint(Also "Heat").
If you have a HPA tank, it is 7$ a fill. I sat out the last two games, because I didn't want to spend the money for another fill.
Fields: The fields I played on were "Vietnam Village" "Castle" and "Western". I heard someone mention another field, but we were out there all day and never played on it. Some were very one sided, and they all had deep mud where you wanted it least.
Rules: Note that arms, legs, and gun do NOT count, only crotch, torso, and headshots score.
Facilities: Something I really liked was they had an indoor womens restroom. Guys, not so lucky.
Give this field a 3/10. The fields were not as good as they could have been. Prices could get a bit out of hand, and telling players to aim for head and groin seems wrong.