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Prine_Dog Friday, April 3rd, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: January 11th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
GRC, Jello-Factory, Head Rush, Performance Paintball and Running Wild Paintball.
Review: Yes the field at NVP is small, how ever the field layout is nice for its size and the layout changes every month. For Tournaments such as the NPL (In-Vasion Paintball League) the field size is perfect for 3 on 3 action. You can play 5 on 5 and at one time I have played 7 on 7.

The Reffing is hit or miss sometimes. 90% of the time the reffing is good. However most of their reffing staff are members of MXL or AXBL teams and during those seasons are out at practice or events across the state. Still the reffing is good for the most part.

The pro shop is a impressive almost "state of the art" looking. Looks like a high end pro shop which it is. The staff always treated me well and welcomed me every time I have come through the door. I bought myself a 2005 Disruptive Pro Cut Autococker from E-Bay. When I got my marker it wasn't timed and I didn't know how to time an electronic autococker. I took it in to their shop and they had never seen an autococker like the one I had and I asked them if they could make it work. Took them 2 minutes and they had my Cocker ripping like no ones buisness and they didn't charge me for any thing.

The only thing draw back about NVP is the cost of their Paint. I will not say how much they are charging for paint to use at their field, but I will say that I will return to play once they substancually lower the cost of their paint. Till then I have found other area fecielties to meet my teammates and my standards.
 

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