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CodyB4000 Sunday, September 21st, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
6 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Fields of Fire
Review: Alright, after looking at Paintball USA's reviews, I saw that a lot of people didn't like it. I have been going to the other paintball park in the area, Fields of Fire, for a while now. So I decided to see if all the negative hype was true, and yesterday, I made a trip to Paintball USA with some friends of mine. I expected it to, well, suck after reading the reviews on this website. However, there was nothing that sucked about it.

The field is huge, plenty of shaded seating, moderate food, friendly staff, and everything else I could ask for. I don't see how people say things like 'the refs don't care', because quite frankly, the refs were doing a very good job at enforcing the rules and making sure that the players had a good time. I don't understand how people give this field a bad rating, I had a blast yesterday.

The ONLY negative thing I can honestly say about the field is that there were a few smokers on the staff, and that really shouldn't be going on with so many kids there. Other than that, Paintball USA kicked ass.

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