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spikespaintball Tuesday, March 17th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: September 20th, 2008
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Sgt. splatters-too dark but if you want a big game go on sunday
Gladiators-too small but can be fun with ur friends and only them
next paintball-sucks they put up houses
to the Field:
google maps
Review: heres the review:

Safety-goggles always on, most people arent stupid and always chronyed.

fields-one fairly small field which is too small for a true game of speedball but is good in a smaller group

rules-full field elimination is the only game you can play

proshop-better off going to badlands or canadian paintball they have better selection

staff-friendly staff i think they have a gun tech there but ive never had to service my gun there so i dont know.

refs-one ref on the field they only need one cause the field is so small

players-only been there a few times and the players ive met there are fair and dont wipe.

facilities-they have a washroom in the building

food-u can order in a pizza and theirs a party room there to eat in.

overall a good areana but could increase the size of their field and it would be better.

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