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ir0nExpress Monday, June 29th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: June 7th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
-Paintball Arena = Cheap and dirty. BYOP white fill only.
Directions
to the Field:
Its easy to find, its in an industrial park.
Review: I've been to at least 12 fields in my 4 years of playing. This field, Ontarget Paintball In Pemberton and Paintball Authority in Englishtown are my top three fields in terms of service and well done fields. All other fields have some severe flaw which misses the mark on being top notch.

Parking: Just a row of parking out front. More than enough

Admission: $25 to get in. $65 a case. Exactly those rates. People consider it a tad pricy. Read on.

Service: Very well done. Even on a quiet day (sunday), they kept more than enough staff around to keep the field running. Their boss is strict and keeps everything in order and check and the employees have respect for the man. Friendly and knowledgeable staff,never felt like I was talking to someone that didn't belong in a paintball business setting.

Gearing up: They give you a table, two chairs, a trunk to store stuff and a towel. Don't sit on the tables when you're there.

Atmosphere: I notice that at a good field, there is always a relaxed atmosphere but organized atmosphere that's missing from other fields, which can range from staff who could care less about anything except getting paid to lack of knowledge, lack of service, or plain old rudeness. I rarely have refs that actually talk to their customers for the hell of it. The relaxed setting allowed everyone to talk to each other and not stick in their little social groups.

Field: My god, cleanest turf ever. You could play golf or I could eat off the damn thing. Again, the boss (the man's name escapes me, but you can tell who it is the second you walk in) keeps it immaculate. Very well lit. I played with fogged glasses, but it was so well lit I forgot that I couldn't really see. Also I believe it's air conditioned, you rarely see that everyday :) Bunkers are also clean and fully inflated.

Proshop: I had a cheap asa I bought send a small part flying, giving itself a new role of paperweight. So I went to buy an ASA. Everything here is fairly priced competitively to the internet (after you add in shipping, I think the store is even cheaper for certain items).

So I bought an SP asa with on/off. They installed it and even gave me a straight fitting for free because my 90 degree macro created an odd angle. One thing I appreciate is when a business doesn't count every single penny they earn.

I've had some proshops charge THREE DOLLARS for a 3way oring on an autococker (it's about the size of an ant and they're not a rarity online). Showing me that you won't cheap out on everything makes me a more willing customer. I saw a code 242 battery set on sale and promptly bought that also. $35 for an asa and rechargable 9volt set.

Not bad at all.

Conclusion: You pay for what you get. This place is worth every dollar and than some. By running a well run business, they have earned my long term stay.

10/10 - I can't think of anything wrong with the field at all. A rarity in it's own right.
 

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