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tooocool49723 Tuesday, February 10th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: February 8th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
none, played here every weekend since they opened the doors
Directions
to the Field:
I-75, exit 224 (ellington/301) It's the big purple building with the dome. Cant miss it!
Review: After reading the other reviews I figured i'd chime in:

First your right, they needed more bunkers, but good news they now have 2 more (and larger) doritos, 2 more snakes, and a few more tombstones and cans, along with sandbags so that the bunkers dont fall over anymore!! VASTLY improves the gameplay from previous weeks.

Second, new rentals! BT's (the BT rentals, basically a BT-4 combat). But still only the 20oz. co2's for tanks.

Third new ReBalls. The old balls would jam in halo's like nothing else. These new ones seem to jam a lot less, shoot a lot straighter, and just work a lot better. I think they had Z-balls to start with and switched to actual Reball (company) balls. Whatever the case they're selling off the horrid Z-balls and only use the good ones now.

The Pro shop is a bit lacking. They know what they're doing as far as working on the guns, but dont have much in the way of parts or O-rings or anything. I do hear that they're working on building a real separate shop though (separate from the main office). Also, they dont have batteries, but I can pretty much guarantee they will in the future.

The actual gameplay is excellent. I was able to play more sessions than I was counting (more than ten) while still taking the occational break. They usually play 3 or 4 games, then break for 5 minutes to collect the balls, chrono the new people, and then start up again.

SPECIAL NOTE: They do take an hour long break around 5:30 or six for dinner. I didn't know this at first so it was kindof awkward to come back from my own break to find that I couldn't play for another twenty minutes, but if you know about it, no problem and it's a welcome thing too.

All the refs seemed to do their job pretty well, all the workers seemed very nice. the 2 head ref's both played at the professional level for some time, so they know what they're doing. all the other refs are volunteer, but are not lazy in any sence of the word.

PRICES:
$45 for all day play and all day air
$35 for half day and air
$10 for rental
$5 if you need to rent just a mask/hopper/cover/etc.
$3 air fill

Seems pretty cheap to me, $45 for a full day of paintball! Plus they've got a sports bar right next door (Suds) for after-game food and various cold beverages (Sam the owner is an awesome guy).

FIELD SPEED:
240fps - not too necessary to put on here, but good to know none the less
Last edited on Tuesday, February 10th, 2009 at 5:55 pm PST
 

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