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pballer936 Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: November 7th, 2010
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Killer - Cool that its indoor, but its dirty, it stinks, the field seems dangerous, and the employee's seem unexperienced and sometimes careless.

Futureball - An outdoor field with many fields similar to No Limits. However I've noticed the amount of players have decreased over the years.

Hell Survivors - Great field for scenario players. A bit pricey though.

Warzone - Extremely clean with friendly staff and both indoor and outdoor fields. However, its about an hour away in Ohio. Still worth the drive in the winter though. Not as good of a turnout in summer.
Directions
to the Field:
Lange Road between Eureka and Northline in Taylor, MI
Review: No Limits is definitely one of the better fields I have played at. They have 9 fields ranging from a full Xball field to scenario fields like The Castle and The Hill. First time I played there was in 2005 for a tournament. I never played recreationally until last year. Every field is tons of fun. They have creative bunkers like boats, castles, trenches, and giant spindles that make each field exciting. Games are usually ran pretty quickly. A couple days last year I was about to get over 20 games in the 6 hours I was there. Prices are great. $15 will get you entry and air for 6 hours and they have good paint for $40. Location of the field is also great. When playing you feel like youre in the middle of the woods somewhere but you're minutes away from big cities and major freeways. Its also cool that you have Mcdonalds, Rally's, Burger King, and A&W within a 2 minute walk from the field.

The owners and refs are very nice and helpful. Some other fields hire 12 year old kids with almost no paintball experience to ref. No Limits uses player's from the team it sponsors so the guys actually know what theyre talking about and they are willing to help new players out. The crowd that plays there is much more relaxed and willing to talk to you compared to other fields. Theres always a bunch of people there and I've seen players ranging in age from 10-70. I know whether I go there alone or a big group of friends Im going to have fun.

The field is also afilated with a store in Livonia called Action Paintball. They have a nice selection of rec, scenario, and tournament gear so its hard not to find what you need. The owners son also works as a tech at the store. I've never had a problem with my gun that he could'nt fix so he is highly recommended.

The only thing I wish they could change is to have a small store at the field. They do keep random O-rings at the field incase a gun starts leaking but if they don't have the needed part at the field, you have to either stop playing for the day or make the 15 minute drive to Exotic Sportz and hope they have what you need in stock.

Overall, its a great field. I would suggest No Limits to any player from a guy just starting out to a guy who's been playing for years.
Last edited on Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 at 6:40 pm PST
 

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