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Squishy321 Thursday, August 7th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
My own speedball field in the woods behind my house
Review: I found the field to be pretty sweet. There is such a variety of game play that you never get bored. The woods fields are really big and have a large variety of bunkers and such, in some parts of the woods the trees are a little thick but thats no biggy because it is a forest. The speed ball field is very professional looking at it is fun to play on and you can develop some pretty sweet stratedgies. They have a new sup air field which is sweet and they use it for tournaments and have discount days every second sunday. The refs are very friendly and actually know a lot about paintball and like it so there not just there for a job. Every 2nd sunday they play on the sup air field and its 6 cents a ball as compared to 8cents, and you get to try other ppls guns and fool around and they have a bbq. So when you go to these guys fields you get the feeling that they're there to make you have fun and not just make money.
 

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