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fowloa5 Wednesday, March 5th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: March 1st, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Review: Tyndall Airforce Base is a great place to play. They have 3 fields to play on. They have a speedball, awoodsball, and a attack and defend field. Their speedball course is made out of ply woodand is pretty well mirrored. Then they have and woodsball field which is fair for both side, and they just extended the field by about 75'. Then your have my personnal favorite the attack and defend. The field is setup very well they have three different base on three sides of a two story fort that you are trying to take over. They have the fort designed great, they have two windows on each side on the top floor, on the bottom floor they have one window on every side and then your doors.

The field are very clean and well kepted up. The setup area also very clean, they have tables for your stuff and so you can chill after a long game. They have a tech guy knows guns. He also sells paint, and co2, he also rents a day package which includes ( a gun, co2 tank, paint, and day air)

The players there are nice and are mostly older guys. your not going to hear the cussing like you would hear from a bunch of kids. The experience ranges from first time player to veterans of the sport. The guns aree the same way they range from spyders to angles.

There is normally a big turn of peaple of about 40 peaple on saturday, It's because there is no field fee al you need is to buy paint and air and you are good to go. There is one draw back. You either have to be in the air force or know someone is or be sponsered.

 

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