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JiuJitsu500 Wednesday, May 25th, 2011
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: April 17th, 2011
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Zoomz in CS, BLORA, two (I forgot the names) in Austin, one near Round Rock.
Directions
to the Field:
Down the 439, south at the only light, left directly after the railroad tracks. Or north on BUS 190 at the same street (3219 I think) right before the tracks, on the right.
Review: Crap, but more so not. Fun at times, but the team that plays, owns, and "trains" there allow everything on the field, from full-auto, burst, ramp, etc. They don't get a TON business because of this.

If you do not play normally in these modes, and are just a rec player (or been playing in semi with every high end marker out there), or just are trying the sport out, do NOT play here. It's a great field, and the staff have a lot of fun game types and are good refs, but they allow anything and everything on the field, including no surrender unless asked for it before the game.

I played and had fun, and would again if there were no other choice, but save your damn money. Eight years of playing this sport and I have never seen a field like this.

BUT, because it's so small and privately owned and operated, you can play almost any way you want with request, even at night (which is a damn blast, for anyone who hasn't had the chance). So, there is some good, you just have to go with someone who has the cajones to ask the refs to play by normal rules.

EDIT: forgot to add price reviews... pretty good actually, about average for the area. I think with my own gear I paid $70 or so for a case and two people all day.
Last edited on Wednesday, May 25th, 2011 at 11:47 am PST
 

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