The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
July 27th, 2008
Other Fields in the Area:
No others even compare..
First off, this field is by far the safest and most secure paint balling environment I've ever played in. Nothing is stressed more then the safety of each and every player out there. The refs are well trained for the most part and try their hardest to make the teams and games as fair as possible. The rules of the field are pretty simple and strait forward.. and checks on new comers guns to make sure they fit regulation are randomly done. it would be impossible to check everyone's gun because there are easily 100 people out there at any given day.
As far as prices and services go.. there some of the fairest I have seen. The prices are good.. for paint ball.. I mean it can be very expensive. And the services (gun rental, equipment rental, ect.) are the best out there. You can rent anywhere from a M-98c to a brand new X-7. Even though some of these guns may be a little aged, there cept in exceptional working condidtion and perform extremely well.
Overall, this is the place to be when looking for a great paint balling experience.
Dispute: jt stealth wrote: " First off, this field is by far the safest and most secure paint balling environment I've ever played in........it would be impossible to check everone's gun because there are easily over 100 people out there at any given day."
At fields much larger than PBA and that have many more people than "a hundred" have no issues with chronographing every player that walks onto the field. These masks are designed to withstand paintballs up to 300 feet per second. Any more than that and they become dangerous. If PBA was not chrographing everyone then that is a problem with safety and safety should be one of the highest conserns.
Last edited on Tuesday, June 9th, 2009 at 11:01 am PST