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automagTAG Saturday, February 7th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: February 7th, 2009
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
SC Village, CA- All fields should be this amazing.
Fields of Fire, CA- Underground tunnels throughout the whole field, need I say more?
Fields of Fury, CA- The trench field is tight.
Close Encounters, CA- For beginners.
Predator Paintball, NC- Nice woods ball field and decent speed ball field, but not many people.
Paintball Central, NC- A little bit better than Predator, but not by much.
Paintball City, GA- Not worth your time and money, plus it was bought by LoCo pntbl.
to the Field:
From Savannah, GA... I16 west to I95 south, Exit 58/ highway 57 the sign says Eulonia and something else. Just take a right off the freeway and go about ten miles west and it's on your left. Takes about an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes.
Review: LoCo Scenario Game:
Egyptians vs Israelites
~50 on 50
Duration- 9am-6pm
Admission: $10 greens/self equip.
Aircard: $10- 2 to 2.5 fills
Paint: Field paint only Draxxus $50- 2,000rds.

Since this was my first time playing at a field in GA, because P-City was not a real field in my opinion, it was more like someone's backyard. LoCo is more professional in their presentation, reffing and quality of the Proshop. The Proshop is a shack, but a shack filled with upgrades, markers and gear. Their techs seemed fairly knowledgeable, even though one of the techs didn't know there are two o-rings inside a slide check sleeve. At any rate, they got my remote working. My bad for not having those in my tool kit. The bathrooms are five dirty Andy-Gumps that smell really bad, good luck ladies. They should have cleaned The bathrooms beforehand instead of in the middle of the day, because if you were downwind and get nauseous easily, then you might have seen your lunch again. I didn't try the food, because I lost my appetite, but I heard it was pretty good. The parking lot was mostly level and worthy of ~ 60 cars. The speed ball field was not in use, but looked typical.
The game had continuous respawn. All you had to do was return to your base and touch it. At least 80% of the refs seemed like they were trying to do their job the best they could. They provided good reffing, rule enforcement and directions to the areas vital to your missions. The hospitality of the staff and the attendees was great. The field was fairly large with 63 acres of moderate tree growth and heavily bunkered terrain. The only disadvantage was the other teams base has a better layout. The only ways to their base all branch off a completely open road that has no bunkers for you and plenty for them at the end. You can go down the road or right and then over a 30 foot long bridge. I went across the creek by parting the water with my foot.
I have been Balling at a lot of fields over the years, but I have to rank LoCo at an 8, because the staff and the players are friendly, the field is fairly big and maintained, prices are reasonable and my overall experience was great. I recommend LoCo Paintball to any one in the Southeast GA area. Just stay away from the Andy-Gumps when you eat. But you don't have to take my word for it , "Reading Rainbow." LOL! 1^>---------@

LoCo bought P-City so the field is closed now, don't go there...

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