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jaybeast08 Saturday, January 16th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: January 16th, 2010
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
The closest field I have played at is Davis Paintball. Davis is a bit cheaper for admission, but you get what you pay for. Davis is definitely a fun place to play, but as far as field quality, Capital Edge takes the cake.
Review: I have been to many different fields throughout California and CEPP (Capital Edge Paintball Park) is by far the best. There are a few points of interest that I would consider to be essential in any paintball field.

1) Staff- The customer service here was excellent. There is one specific staff member that stands out named David "The Beast" Bains, a professional paintball player who runs this field. When paying for my admission I knew who he was right away. The surprising part was that David didn't just take my money and toss me a wristband. He actually looked at my insurance waiver and addressed me by my first name, and continued to address me as such.

2) Proshop- The proshop here is very well stocked. I had a malfunction with my marker and they were readily available to help me. They supplied me with the tools I needed and even gave me some pointers on how to prevent future breakdowns in my marker.

3) Referees- The referees do a great job at regulating gameplay. They make sure that players of the same skill level are evenly matched to create a competitive and fun environment. The gap in between sessions was almost non-existent, which means more games, which means more bang for your buck. They are very strict on goggles and barrel covers, but that should be the way it is to ensure safety.

4) Local Players- The local paintball community seemed to be very positive. Many of the players that I played with were very open to conversation and even gave tips on playing the game. Usually, there is a noticeable distance between first-timers and more experienced players. At this field, that is not the case. Intermediate players are very helpful in promoting the overall sport of paintball to newer players.

Overall, CEPP is one of the best fields around. Its a great environment for newer players as well as intermediate players. Until I find something wrong with this field, I'm going to give it the best rating I can. I'm definitely going to play there again soon.

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