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HCNmike Monday, March 17th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
I dont know any other fields in the Delmarva area.
Review: I went down to DP for a team practice this winter. I didn't mind the 3 hour drive there becaue I was pumped up for a day of paintball. When I first saw the building I was somewhat turned off, it is an old car garage with busted windows. When I went in to register I was shocked at the super inflated price for paint, $80 for evil and $70 for premium, and that was on top of a $20 per person field fee. After shelling out nearly $100 I walk into the crowded staging area. The staging area had slippery concrete floors, which more than one person fell on during the day.

After setting up my gear I walked the field, which is comprised of several huts, a village area, and a few small bunkers inbetween. As I evaluated the field I could find no key bunkers or good angles. After playing many games on the field I realized it is just a waist of paint, there is no strategy to be had on this field, just dump paint on all the bunkers non stop. This and the extremely slippery floor made it impossible to play front effectively ( I even broke my stainless steel ASA on one of my many falls of the day).

After all was said and done it wasn't the worst experience of my life. I got to shoot my gun at things atleast. However this field is far from ideal to play any competive paintball on, is greatly overpriced, and isn't even a safe place to play.

It gets a 2 only because it was warm and dry place to escape the cold and wet winter weather of the day.
 

Review Comments
socomkid Wednesday, March 17th, 2004 | 4:51 pm PST
wow u go on a rainy cold day and think that it wouldn't be busy and when everyone was walking in the water u think it wouldn't be slippery try going there now that the outdoor feilds are setup
   

ikey Sunday, May 30th, 2004 | 6:57 pm PST
yeah u muast have gone a long tyime ago becaus the prices now arent that bad. also, i love that course. the whole part of paintball is trying to find angles when u dont have a shot. if u dont have em, make em. move around!!!!!!!
   

HCNmike Saturday, December 11th, 2004 | 7:25 am PST
ikey, i've played long enough to know that, however the field was just poorly designed... period. There were no secondaries, no fifties, no tape, it was basically a firefight between two or three large hut style bunkers
   

Team Blitz3 Monday, January 3rd, 2005 | 1:28 pm PST
I agree w/ Ikey. u obviously haven't been there since they but the air ball field in and the prices are very fair.
   

dp rocks Monday, January 3rd, 2005 | 1:28 pm PST
The field is a whole lot better now then it was back then and the paint prices are still the same, but everything in paintball is expensive. They now have airball indoors and it is a whole lot better. the paint price isn't that bad so quit complaining!!!!!!
   

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