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MarcoDC7 Monday, March 9th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: February 12th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Sgt. Splatters - There is no comparison, Defcon beats Sgt. Splatter
Directions
to the Field:
Check site
Review: My friend and I, when we decided to find a new field that didn't cost half a fortune for two shots *coughsplatterscough*, we came across Defcon. We looked at the field and it was awesome! I'd say it was half the size of Sgt. Splatters, with about a quarter of the attendance making some great matches. Well, seeing as the golden rule is always in big supply, my gun broke down before I could even use it... so I talked to the guys over the counter for any help. They offered me advice but said I should wait until they're techie arrived at SIX O'CLOCK. My one of two gripes with Defcon; the techie comes in a little too late for me. Luckily, these guys were awesome nice and loaned me one of their guns, free of charge.

It was a half price day, so the price was $5 for a hundred... WAY better than Sgt. The refs actually, you know, refed. They called us out when we were hit, did paint checks, etc.When the techie did show up, he looked at my gun and after about half an hour did what he could, and told me what I should do when I got home. Once again, free of charge. The guys there were really nice, guys you could joke around with and did NOT insult you, unlike...others.

Anyhow, the games that we played were the regular team elimination and then their specialty capture the nuke. You had to bring a heavy ass box from its start point back to your base, open it and retrieve the 'nuke', then rush to the dropoff point to put it down. Thus winning the game. You had unlimited respawns, so you could go nuts. The field had plenty of cover, at times a little too much, but nothing too annoying. The sand and bag bunkers were surprisingly clean. Oh, you could also, PRAISE THE LORD, see the field. It was well lit.

My final gripe is its location; we had to take an hour and a half bus ride (compared to 20 minute walk to Sgt.), then you have to go down a hill, pull a 180 then open the door... my friend and I missed it the first time around and circumvented the building. >_<

This field definitely beats out Sgt. Splatters, but its distance is a bit of a nuisance. Better price, better field, better employees, overall a better place.
 

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