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InArage Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: April 19th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
SC Village, Splat Factory(RIP), Hollywood Sports
Review: This review will mainly be based on the Airball fields. Compared to SC Village, which I've been playing at for years, Jungles airball fields kick ass. They have a total of 4 fields (NPPL, X-Ball & 2 others). I've played here B-4, but like 8 months ago when they 1st put out the Airball. They have made serious improvements. You can park right next to them, Air is right in the area in the middle of the Airball fields. They have picnic tables inside right next to the fields. The fields were raked clean of all the old spent paintballs, so they were clean in the morning. Bunkers stayed full of air all day. I was really impressed. I've also played on thier scenrio fields B-4 (not this trip) & they are pretty cool. They've even added some more since then. This place is going to give SC Village a run for it money, especially if the rumor is true that SC is going to get rid of their Speedball arenas for Airsoft.
 

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