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PinkA4 Monday, June 23rd, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: June 21st, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
I dont think their is any form of life in the area let alone another paint ball field. Even if there was one, it definately could not compare.
Directions
to the Field:
Follow the gravel roads, if you ever touch pavement you are going the wrong way
Review: I know I have little experience with paintballing but I have really invested a lot of time and money into the sport the last couple of months. Regardless of my talents, I know a good deal when I see one. Bullseye Paintball is a field that is orientated about making the game fun and financially possibly instead of being a profit hungry company. Not only that, they have a field that competes if not surpasses the competition with a total area of 12 acres. The field is divided into two main categories with two very different styles of play (the town, and the bush) so it should appeal to most anyone (even speedballers which is what I am). The bush area if fully developed and incorportes the most amount of bunkers with the least amount of annoying little brush that I have ever seen. The town is still under construction but every week it seems to get bigger. The owner is very approachable and the staff is friendly, helpful and encouraging. But they do take safety and rules of play pretty seriously (which is definately a good thing). The field requires a chrono of 260 ft/s which is a little low for outdoor since the wind plays havock on the balls, but it avoids open sores. Since it is only in its second season of operation, the "office" and resting area is still very under developed and there is no proshop or additional services but who really cares. I am not certain but I believe that it is only open on weekends but I imagine it would open on a weekday if their is a large booking of players. For actual prices, entrance is either $30 or $35 dollars and a case of paint is $60. However if you are a member the paint is $45 dollars a case. From where I am from, That is a third the price of anywher else I have been. In summary, it is worth the drive, so make it.
 

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