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teamxile45 Sunday, June 21st, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: May 30th, 2009
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
i havent played at another scenerio paintball area
to the Field:
its on Bermont Road in Punta Gorda, FL.
Review: This field is great, Keith is very cool( He is the owner) The refs play fair, and camping is free for the whole weekend, including friday night. Todd can fix almost any gun, and they have Diablo Heat paint for 30 bucks, plus you can bring your own paint to certain events, all you have to do is check the website. HPA is 1 per 1000 PSI, i dont use co2. Electricity is 5 bucks a night. I went to The Alamo, and Tet Offensive, and it was great and i had an awesome time. They have 7 scenerios a year. Even if our team was loosing, i was still having fun. The refs make you have a Barrel condom on when you are walking off the field, and when your on the field. Your masks have to be on past a certain point. The playing field itself is huge, there is the Black Hawk, The alamo, and the Tee Pees. My team had a great time in the night games at the Alamo. Its worth it, you should check it out sometime, and the food is excellent but its a bit expensive.

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