From East Tucson take Speedway down to I-10 head west, turn on Tangerine RD Exit 240, turn left it will curve and you will be parallel to the landfill on your left, turn left where it says Disruptive Paintball.
I arrived there at about 945, there wasn't many people there except an insurance group that had a reservation. Wasn't much parking I had to squeeze in behind this port o potty, unloaded all the gear, ice box, and settled down under the Ramada with the spool tables. Upon arriving I was greeted by Ryan's dad (not sure his name), and was told to move our stuff because the insurance company already had those tables. He was very nice about it and asked if it was some of our first times playing, I had about 6 people I took to paintball for the first time. He was a great guy to talk too, anything you needed to ask he was there for you.
I got all my gear together, and helped everyone get theirs together as well, we went and chronographed our guns, I didn't know what the limit was so I set it at about 290, I later learned it was under 300 so we were alright. We got settled in and Ryan Lovato came up to us and struck up a conversation, I bagged his groceries the other day at Albertsons (where I work) and I told him I was coming out that day, very nice guy and truly an expert at customer service. He then took everyone that was there, around 40 people, beginners, and advanced, and split them in two groups, later into 3 groups. I wanted to play with the people I came with so I came to the beginners group, and the advanced played separately. The barrel sock, and mask rules were very strictly enforced which I liked.
Price: $20 for all day air/$25 for C02, which includes the entry fee. They fill to 4500psi which was great.
$30 for a basic rental, $40 for a electronic upgrade.
$40 for rec-ball grade, all the way up to $60 for the good stuff.
Helicopter- Helicopter field was the most frequently played, the field is great, but it really depends which side you are on, some of it isn't mirrored too well. Lot's of intense close combat with the other team.
Spool- My most favorite of the bit, the field is great on both sides, and has a snake which I have never tried to play. I like this the most because it was great cover and opportunity to move.
Wall field- We only played this once, and it was okay. I would definitely want to play on this field more often.
Western Town- Great field, optimum for a large group. TONS of places for cover, trenches, and two towers. Great field overall.
Now here are the gripes I had of the field.
A lot of people were playing on, and wiping their shots from what I was seeing. I shot this one guy that I had seen that was playing on with the shots about 6 times after he had been hit, he was pissed because I overshot him but only because of the fact.
The speed of the guns were also very poorly enforced, I was never asked to chrono my gun, and never asked if I had. There were a few that were definatley over 300.
The staff is VERY friendly, the refs did their job and went the extra mile to check somebody for a hit. Ryan Lovato even gave my girlfriend that was there to watch, (but later got interested), a Smart Parts Vibe rental gun, mask, and a camo jacket for no cost at all so she can try playing. She got bunkered on the helicopter field so that deterred her from playing, but she did later in the day. Amazing field, owner, and refs. I am still amazing on how amazing the staff was on helping the newbies out, and me as well!
Last edited on Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 at 11:52 pm PST