Was in the area for another event and took my 2 sons to play. Very mixed feelings about the field. Chrono rules were not enforeced In fact, can't say that anything was enforced.
Gun room and "office" consists of a burned-out falling-in single wide mobile home. The "indoor players lounge" listed on the website had a tractor parked in it. I saw lots of work going on, but was very far from being kept up.
Field paint only was not enforced. Supposedly you could buy paint from Shaggy Brothers paintball in OKC, and use it on field, but I saw all kinds of boxes of paint that were not sold at Shaggy Brothers.
Prices on the sign said filed fee was $5, but I was charged $10.
Everything seemed to be private parties, and every time we wanted to play a particular field (lost city) there was a private group there and the walk-ons had to go somewhere else.
I suppose if I lived nearby and there was no other place to go, I would play there. But driving from the Tulsa area and standing all day in the "lounge" outside waiting for a group of walk-ons to do something other than show off their guns to each other isn't going to happen again.
Forgot to add, the kid (maybe 14) filling the CO2 was clueless. Couldn't work one of my tanks with the on/off valve, and couldn't figure out how to fill another. No answers other than "it won't fill"
"I don't know"
"what do you mean it wont fill?"
"I don't know, it just won't fill"
Basically, they do not empty the tank, they just try to cram the tank's rates CO2 into the tank but don't empty it before zeroing the scale.
I decided to stand back while he filled the other tank that I made sure I emptied first.