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Th3Revreant Thursday, March 12th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: January 20th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
KrossFire-Never Been
Directions
to the Field:
1604E take a right by texas pride BBQ
Review: Going to do this review in sections and give a score from 1 being the worst to 10 being the best and then an overall score of the field.

GENERAL APPERENCE
When I first went to Paintball Knights and pulled into the parking area, I was instantly impressed. The parking lot was organised and the stageing area was clean, neat and free of trash. The field personnel were awsome, friendly and always willing to help. I couldn't wait to get started. 10/10

PRICES
The prices are decent and they offer a wide variety of paint from a case of cheap paint-$40, Field Grade-$50, and $60 for tourney grade paint with several brands to choose from. They also offer smaller amounts 100 and 500 bags of paint for cheap also. The entry fee is $18 if you bring your own equipment with all day Co2 or HPA and $22 for rental equipment which includes gun, mask, tank, 100 rounds and all day air and they offer military discounts for active duty persons, which is a huge plus for me. 9/10

FIELDS
The Fields are some of the best that I have played on. The grass is kept, absolutly no encounters with rocks(as of yet), and they range from woodsball to speedball style fields. They have an airball field which they swap up and is different everytime I am at the field. They just recently had an X-ball field, but not sure if it is a permant field or just another setup. They also have a castle field where they do a massive try to take the castle games, which is pretty cool. The best field is their tires field which is the best speedball style field. They switch up the game types from capture the flag, Protect the President, elimination and some games with different objectives. Just wish they would open the airball field more than just a couple of hours on sunday that is reserved for tourney practice, but understand why the choose not too. 10/10

STAFF
The staff is awsome and the gun tech at the field is pretty good at fixin pretty much anything. They have used markers for sale, nice ones like ego's and some timmy's and the such. They have food and drink for sale, but recommend to bring your own if you are in big groups. REF's are awsome and actually do their job unlike some of the other fields that I have played on. Safety is huge and that is a plus. They have safety briefings every 30 minutes and they wont allow you to start playing until you have the safety brief. If you take off your mask while your playing(duh, common sense not to) you are asked to leave and will be allowed to come back another day, which I think is more than reasonable. 10/10

FINAL THOUGHTS
Overall, this is definitly one of the best places to play in SA. This is the only field that I play at and dont think that I would want to play anywhere else. The only thing that I can suggest is to drop by Paintball Mart and save a little money on paint if you have your own equipment. Other than that, great place, great staff, great fields. Awsome place to play!
 

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