First Strike Paintball and Blanding - Both are better because of the quality of refs, ease of registration, and costs.
For the third time in a row, I was severely disappointed in the field, and particularly the referees. With over 60 players, the game was 'managed' by two kids who probably don't have driver's licenses. More importantly, they were inconsistent in the rules, didn't take action to check players for paint, and no one was present in the chrono cage to make sure players properly chrono'd. The result was complete chaos on the field.
The field itself is cool, but the check in process is cumbersome and difficult, with multiple steps needed to get signed in. There are too many forms, and it takes entirely too long to get registered. Worse, the paint is ridiculous in price, with $70 for a case of stinger being an example of high pricing. I can buy Evil for less money in a retail Army Navy Surplus store, so that pricing just seems crazy high.
All in all, not a field I would play again. The negatives don't outweigh the positives.
i aggree i played there about a month ago and a case of MONSTER not some high dollar brand it what i call musket balls. i call them that cause i shot them at a tree and they didnt pop they just riped the bark off. and the refs were the worst. he went around didnt check anyone and TOLD THE ENEMY WHERE WE WERE. the waiver and other forms are incredebly long. the chrono place was empty and luckely i have alot of experiance with paintball so i knew how to air up and chrono but all of the other players were noobs and were shooting at me at like 500 psi WITH MUSKET BALLS aka monster balls. i love the fields especialy the village but i dnt want to go back exept for the big end of year senario.