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RCP-90 Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: February 15th, 2009
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Haven't played anything in Georgia yet...
- Skirmish USA (PA) much higher prices, much crappier service
- On Target (NJ) decent, although I like the atmosphere at LCPB better
- Team Combat Paintball (PA) Complete and utter crap sold at 9 times what it's worth
Review: I've played a decent amount back in Philadelphia, but I got stuck (I'm sorry, "assigned") down on Fort Stewart recently. So I opted to check this field out based on good reviews it had gotten on here. I was suspicious, but decided to see for myself.

I showed up on a Sunday afternoon, and found the fields pretty empty. This wasn't really surprising, it was overcast and the day after Valentine's day, so I didn't expect many people to be there. My friend and I were wanting to play in the woods, but the only players there were speedballers. I asked one of the people who worked there if I could get into the woods and play, and much to my surprise the speedballers were willing to come back and play with us. Back home, this would never happen. I'd probably get laughed off the field for not having a $1,000 marker by spoiled 15 year olds.

Naturally, me and my buddy were totally outclassed and outgunned. It turned out this was speedball practice going on and we just happened to have bad timing. I still had a lot of fun though, the group of people were really friendly. It made getting my ass handed to me easier to take, heh.

I only played a few of the fields, but they were pretty well maintained. It had even just rained the night prior and there was no mud whatsoever. Safety was strongly enforced, nobody was doing anything dumb. We did have a few of "little kid refs", which I really don't care for. Being a 22 year old Scout in the real Army makes it hard to take a 6th grader with an attitude seriously. But even these refs were quite acceptable.

Oh, and the prices were much better then what I'm used to paying up North. However I haven't been to another field down here, so I don't have anything to compare it to locally.

To give you an idea of my opinion of the field, my buddy and I are going back next week with a bunch of friends. Enough said.

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