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5cent Monday, July 21st, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Adventure Zone.
Review: I was really let down by this field. My time there was not worth my money, and I left feeling that a day had been wasted. The ref's were in a bad mood, gripy and picky. The players I played with were irresponsible and whiney. I know that isn't in it's self the field's fault, it is however the field's problem when it ruins the game for everyone around them. The 6 others that were playing that day (not counting myself and my friend) would whine to the judges when they would be hit 4 times instead of the 3 shot limit. Then we would catch heat from the ref's that would not hear our side of the story. The side that would have told them that the individual that was compaining was being fired on by myself, my friend and a team mate. That day I was toting a 98 STO 'cocker, so I was blamed for the overshooting because I had a "super gun" even though i toned down my play so as to be fair.

Over all, very poor professionalism on the part of the refs. Poor fields, and attitudes.
 

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