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thechef Tuesday, March 24th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: March 22nd, 2009
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Bunker Extreme (Oklahoma D-Day field)
Shaggies Brothers (Guthrie)
Review: Only been to this field once, so far; I'll be heading back though.

Paint is available on site (marbalizer, evil, allstar, good variety, basic field paint is 43 a case) Had a surprising number of guns at the pro-shop (built into the owners house, so all his repair services are available most days only 100 yards from the field). Had camo there, as well as goggles, and parts for markers.
Has HPA on site & made sure everyone filled up before we left had 3000 on a self-serv & 4500 inside that the refs could fill you up with)
Benches & shade up front by parking.
Tippman 98 customs for rental (I'm sure limited numbers though)
Port-a-pody, only thing that wasn't top notch at the field, but I have to say it was probably the cleanest port-a-pody I have ever seen. It was clean & had good TP.
There was a reasonable number of players & experience levels represented (22 players) and several years down to a couple 10 year old kids. I was carefully briefed by two refs as to what was expected of my behavior (in a polite & respectful manner). Tended to move to a different section of field every round & went back to the office area as a group after 3-4 rounds of play for paint & air refills. The group was in control of where we played by group elections, (those who want play spools...., those who want to play in the city...) which brings me to the field.
Spools course, this thing is not your typical spools course, it is composed of small medium & large spools and they are positioned to generally give good foot & ankle cover (small spools on outside to cover your feet). It looked like a perfect mirror course, could be slightly off, but very well layed out. Had good lanes & had good options off break. maybe 50 yds by 70 yds
Hyperball course, we had to many players to play this field much, it was nice and quick though if you only had 10 with paint and air that wanted to go at it. Composed of barrels & plastic bunkers (hard) you had limited options but OK cover in this course. size 40 yds by 50 yrds?
City course, made from fence panels(? I think?). This was a big course that could have had room for maybe a hundred players easily, for 22 it offered lots of room to run / hide & ambush. As well as many different ways to move up & attack. We were a little low on the numbers to get a really good game going in the city but we still had fun there.
Airball fields, to windy the day I was there, but had a pair of airball fields up front, both about 50 yds by 60 yrds with netting on two sides. (facing front & between fields).
Everyone seemed to have lots of fun, and was very friendly to a couple new players.

ALL in all a great field & lots of fun. Games were quick & I didn't see overshooting / bonus balls / or bunkering done. Refs were friendly but effective & had plenty of practice running the field.

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