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sjking-vs1 Friday, May 9th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: May 1st, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
texas paintball- alot more expencive (around 80$ if you come with nothing)

petty- has 7+ awesome courses and its really cheep.
Review: Ok this field is not for beginners, but maybe if your throwing a party and you rent a field. every time i go, the players rush and the match is over quick. not for beginners.

Fields- They have a nice sized airball court, about 25 bouncers and last time i checked it was in psp but that was last time. They have a cool course called spools, they have giant industrial cable spools scewed across the field in tactical positions. there is hyperball with industrial piping, it was small, they have better. But the coolist thing they have is deff their attack/defend the castle field, there is a safe house (2 stories, cement, firing holes) and it is sourrounded by bunkers and trenches and obsticles.

staff- They are really good their, they actually care unlike some places i go to *coughtexaspaintball*

players- professional
 

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