The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
Less than a month
November 18th, 2008
Other Fields in the Area:
I was surprised when i saw there new field it used to be a dirt floor and a brken car and some plywood, now the have alot more to hide behind and the floor is no longer dirt its more rubbery and the obsticules are air bags.
The safety isnt as good as other places they make sure u have a mask and a barrel plug but the area that they provide for you to reload your marker requiers you to remove the plug and ultimaly if u forget to put your safety on and the plug back in and tap your trigger byaccident it could be dangerous.
The hours are nice if during the week you dont have school or work during the day its nice.
Rules they are pritty good with but for the hardcore players that dont like the mercy rule its a 15 foot rule.
The prices for balls is $10 for 100 balls and i found that a little outrageous and your not allowed to bring your own balls.
The proshop is great if you need a mask or some clothes.
Dispute: 1) No, you don't remove your barrel plug. The big sign saying "barrel plugs in" must not have given it away.
2) The price gets better as you buy more balls. What can you do in a speedball field with 100 balls?
3) The "hardcore" players don't mind this rule, so don't say they are.
4) Those "obsticules" are called bunkers. If you'd really been paintballing for 2 years, you would have called them bunkers, not air bags, or obstacles. You aren't trying to get around them, you are trying to work with them.
That's all. If you're going to review a field, please do it correctly.