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patsfreek Saturday, July 25th, 2009
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: July 25th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Conquest, S.C. Village
Review: I have been to this field four times and have been unsatisfied by this field four times. The only soul reason I say this is because the staff there are not that smart when it comes to simple things such as filling up a Co2 tank. Almost everytime I get it filled they break it some how or they just don't fill it up at all. The refs aren't very vigilant on the feild. A lot of time times they don't notice that half the team has there mask off. I always ask for paint-checks but they never do it. I've seen many people cheat and I even do it myself because they just don't pay much attention. There also are no lockers or anything to leave your stuff without it being stolen.

Other than all of that you could still have fun there. The feilds are pretty decent but not a lot of woods considering that it's in the desert. the bunkers are mostly like cars, metal sheets, tires, barrels, etc. Compressed air fills sre easy because you do it yourself. There is a lot of parking places but it isn't clear where to start a row of cars.

I wouldn't recomend this park mostly because of the staff.

 

Review Comments
Schancky Saturday, August 15th, 2009 | 3:06 pm PST
Dispute:
Just clarifying they do not break co2 tanks ever. Also when you say that they dont always fill tanks that is because they do not want to fill a full tank. They are experienced enough to know that it is not worth topping off the co2 tank after every game because it becomes very expensive. If you have any trouble filling your hpa tank the staff always gladly helps or if very busy with other customers kindly asks a experienced player to help the person out.
   

mycockerrocks Friday, September 11th, 2009 | 11:05 am PST
Interesting Schancky.. Why are you so vested in this field? Hmmm can you say employee.

Oh yeah. Can you please explain to me since I am a noob, why CPP employees NEVER break a tank. It is very easy to do so.

How a Co2 can't break> Hmm seems to me there are a lot of things that can happen during fills.

Lets go over this, so you can learn how to fill. If you overfill, you can burst the burst disc. If you freeze the tank when you chill it, you can freeze the pin which can also when it warms up expand the oring inside which presses against the pin which would inturn make it unfillable.

So it seems to me that as an employee filling tanks there are many ways to BREAK a tank.

I still have to question why you are SOOOO defensive when someone posts a complaint. Are you an employee? Do you have a friend that works there? Are you a regular getting perks?

This person is giving their opinion. It is their prorogative. Are you saying that people can't have their own opinion? after all isn't what pbreview is all about?
Last edited on Saturday, September 12th, 2009 at 1:11 am PST
   

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