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Silent Night Saturday, December 4th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: November 7th, 2010
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Pevs Paintball about 15 minutes away
Review: Refs are very helpful quite a few of them are avid paintballers themselves, safety is the strictest I have ever seen but it makes you feel like you are taken care of. They read everyone the list of rules before you go up to the fields and their is a 3 strike system (3 and your off the property in 10 minutes or less). The refs are also part of the staff when your in down time in the dead zones or at the bottom of the mountain they [the staff] are helping out everywhere including providing food hot of the grill or drinks.

Injuries are common on big game day events, and the field is very responsive to them, if it is severe they even stop game play, the first aid is exceptional. If you are injured and can't get up refs will help you if the active field and their ATV will pick you up if it is severe enough.

The on-site shop is equipped with all the things that you would forget to bring like squeegees, anti-fog, batteries. They also have equipment for rent like hoppers, guns, tanks. They sell C- quality paint for $45 but and extra $10 will get you some B+ quality paint, they sell CO2 and Compressed air, no nitrogen. Cost can vary depending on when you go to what you are using (gun/paint/propellant/food/etc.) from $50 to over $100. My average is $80 a day.

Players range in age from 10 which is their minimum (9 years old will lie in order to play so don't be surprised if you see some their with their dad's, the oldest are probably mid-50s. They are generally nice people with the occasion bad butt (site forbids foul language). Experience will range from noobs to multi-year veterans.

Fields are only woodsball so they have no level of quality other than they have good natural and man-made cover in the fields. It is 70+ acres so you are not on a small field but it isn't to big to the point that you are walking 20 minutes to the dead zone and back to the battle. But these are big hills and long distance so don't be surprise that you are out of breath even if you are physically fit. But you will lose a couple lbs of fat in a day's game.

Depending on when you go their are numbers ranging from 20-40 people on normal weekends, well over 100 on hopper day's and easily over 200 on big game days.
Last edited on Saturday, December 4th, 2010 at 1:59 pm PST

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