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badger9 Saturday, February 7th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: January 10th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Review: I've been to Pevs Paintball park in Aldie VA three times. Each time I go there, I leave with my wallet a little bit lighter, exhausted but grining happily and reluctant when the park closes. The parking lot is a medium sized gravel lot with plenty of space to unload your gear. Their is a medium sized check in area that is organized like a long concession stand, where you check in and your feild fees (25$ with own equipment, 54 you need to rent), an equipment station to get your 500 paintballs, two pods, Tippmann 98 custom, HPA tank and a mask if renting, a air/co2 fill station, which is included in your feild fee, and a concession stand, which has suprisingly cheap food that tastes good. Then theirs the pro shop, which is again, medium sized. The pro shop contains all sorts of the stuff needed, and then their is a small section with TV, and several chairs for non-players (parents, spectators, younger siblings).

Once your all ready, you must proceed past the "guard" as I like to call him/her. They'll ask to make sure that your using PEVS paint (bought from the feild or a PEVS store. Buy from the store, its cheaper) this is so that nothing like Monsterballs are being used.

Their are two empty spaces that may become possible airball feilds, but for now are used as chrono stations. The airball feild is surrounded with spectator nets, and its a nice field! The bunkers are fully inflated, the turf is secured to the ground, its easy to slide on, its just fun!

Then you get to the sceneario feilds. Theirs four of them, and they all have disticnt differences. Their are two "rock" feilds, one small, smaller than an air ball feild, with one bunker near the middle, with 'rocks' all around the coruse. This one tends to get muddy latter on in the day, so be careful!

across from that is "big Rock" a much larger version of little rock. Once more, their is a bunker in the middle. The team that controls it will usually have an advantage, with the other team barely getting past the mid field unless they take the bunker.

Then, theirs "town". A long urban map, it is moddeled after a wide street, with wooden buildings going down both ends. In the middle their are one or two buildings, and then large hyperball tubes on their sides, that are stuck in the ground. The buildings all have names on them such as "tippmann" "PEVS Gym" and "dye", enough to give you a slight chuckle while walking to your break point, but conveint to let your teammates know where the enemy is.

Finally, theirs "fort." The most physically exahusting of the four scenario fields. It takes place on a hill, with a octagonal fort in the middle with a tower, and one building at each angle. One team starts at the bottom of the hill, with wooden barridaces on their middle nd right, while on their left are LARGE tree stumps. The other team's side has two more sniper towers, with lare tree stumps to cover behind. Also, if your not careful, the opposing team might send a group of guys down through a forestey area with pine trees, and large undergrowth. If you dont see them coming, you'll easily get flanked.

All in all, PEVS is a fun place to go to. The refs are fun to talk with, know the rules, make fair calls, and are OBBSESED with barrel covers and masks when theirs no saftey netting around, which is a good thing.
 

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