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Tollin Saturday, January 3rd, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: November 1st, 2008
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
I have played at Ballbusters, which is a little too far out of the way.
to the Field:
Koon Store Road, orange mailbox, impossible to miss.
Review: I will agree with every post here saying that the place does, in fact, look run down. It is, at most, laid back, and at worst, unprofessional. There is a lack of intent on upkeep of the infrastructure of the "compound" as the prep area is called, which is a shame because of how much potential the place has.

There are mainly five fields that the refs choose to go to, out of around eighty eight acres. The others are quite a walk from the compound and are considered a waste to walk back and forth for air and paint. The "Village" is an assortment of about six or seven plywood structures, both one and two stories, with windows and doorways. Bunker tag rules apply. The "Island" is a depression in the field with a large raised structure used to defend against a larger attacking team. The "Tower" is the same as the island, with more man-made cover than brush, mainly used for a hostage rescue game. The "airfield" is probably what has the most work put into it, containing a large downed airplane made of wood, and a real jeep, probably from the Korean war. Lastly, Antietam consists of basic woodsball, with little to none man-made cover, mostly trees, very close to the compound. Overall, the fields are pretty fun, with no easily noticable advantage to either side.

The refs are friendly, and seasoned paintball players themselves. Usually right in the middle of the fight to provide paintchecks and keep everything friendly for both teams.

Paint is fifty dollars for 2000 rounds, which isn't too bad. Field fees are reasonable, somewhat leniant for 5+ player groups.

Overall Triggertyme is a moderate experience that could be made infinitely times better with a little dedication from the management.

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