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Snake_Man Saturday, May 22nd, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
4 years
Last There: May 16th, 2010
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Sgt Splatters
Directions
to the Field:
Google Maps
Review: Safety: Refs really care about safety.

Fields: The airball field is kind of small but good for begginers and the other field is bigger and has a variety of bunkers, like a car, windows, and a huge snake.

Prices: Best Prices in the GTA.

Rules: Same as the other fields but the refs are really passionate about them.

Proshop: Not very big but has the things that you need, mostly tactical gear. Lots of markers.

Staff: Very nice and helpful to everyone.

Refs: Very nice and helpful to everyone and really care about the rules.

Players: Lots of begginers and only a few people that are really good. Most people are renting. Great place to start off with and great place to shoot noobs if your good.

Facilities: Two bathrooms (men and women) That are so clean they look like appartment bathrooms.

Fodd: You can order a pizza but other then that they have candy and pop there.

Overall I give gladiators a 10/10!
 

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