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HtLEmpire Monday, March 17th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: January 5th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Twisted, #1 Paintball (Grant and Quinn)
Larger and more pricey fields.
Directions
to the Field:
Its called googlemaps, use it.
Review: Prices: Very very cheap, its the cheapest ive seen around here.

Well first off the field is very laid back, theres not very many walk ons there. Which means you have quite a bit of freedom.

Good Points:
-The field is laid back.. so a ref will just ref whoever or whatever walkons who want to play some specific people.

-Prices, they are insanely cheap
-Refs are nice and laid back, wont get in your face.
-Large amount of freedom

Bad:
-The netting is relatively bad so you might, might.. get hit in the staging area.
-The fields are kinda so-so i personally dont like the hyperball very much I prefer the airball
-The ground is kinda hard (but thats not really their problem)


Overall:: Since the hyperball fields are pretty bad and hard to play on
I give it an 8+

If they added some more fields or always kept airball up it would be a 9-
 

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