Space Coast, Gator, Xplex, Blandings, Waynes World, Combat Zone
This is one of the worst examples of a good field gone bad. I don't know what happened to make the last owner leave but I have to say I miss him. We have played the field for years and had always enjoyed it, but since the new owners moved in it has fallen to the very bottom of our list of fields to play. We will in fact not go back with the current owners in place. We gave them a few of chances to get it together over the course of a month and they just got worse. They jacked the prices of paint so high that those of us with a non rental guns might as well use them because we can't afford to ramp. It's crappy paint too. If that were the only thing I could get past it but alas it's not. Since the new folks came in the air has never gotten past 2100 psi first thing in the morning. They have some little compressor trying to keep up but failing badly. It ran out of gas several times on every visit. Our average air fill was 1500psi with the last two games filling at 1200. Needless to say we ran out of air alot. The refs had the numbers but nothing else. Play was constantly unsafe even with their 25' rule. ( they really shoud get the old group back) Blind firing, masks up on the field, poorly ref'ed games, something they called "vitals" where only torso and head shots count ( tempers flare when people get shot 20 times or more because it wan't a "vital" shot till the 21st) . They people in the store while nice are clueless. They let little kids pick the teams. A couple of times it was real ugly because it ended up all rentals againtst all experenced speed ballers and the like. That's not fun for anyone. After all the rambling it comes to this: what was once our favorate field is now my least. It's a sad day.