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Krafcik Wednesday, March 5th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: March 2nd, 2008
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Survival Games of Texas - Woodsball only
Tanks Paintball - Airball only (geared towards tourney players)
to the Field:
See website.
Review: After hearing about the $10 admissions and free all day air, I decided to head to the field. Worse case, i thought, I could at least fill up my three tanks.

Roughly 20 players were at the field. I would estimate that 1/2 of us were seasoned tourney players while the other have were casual and/or complete rookies. We played only the tires field and the cars field.

While their was no true airball field, i found myself having a blast. The players were able to determine teams, pick which field we wanted to play one, and even which end of the field.

The ref was wonderful. Very helpful, polite and friendly. He did not get in the way, but was also close enough if needed.

Another major benefit was that we were able to play many games. We did not sit around waiting on the employees all day. They were very compliant with our wishes to either play, or break.

I rate this field a 10 out of 10 and I will return as often as possible.


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