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Stealth Bear Saturday, November 15th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Apocalypse near Madison. OA was $2 cheaper for field fee, but you had to use expensive field paint at OA.
Review: Played in Nov. 2003...last day they were open for the year.

Overall, this facility is very nice. They have a great variety of fields...from thick woods to speedball. Something for everyone.
The staff members were very friendly and always helpful. One in particular (jacob) was exceptionally knowledgeable about guns, paint and all things paintball!
Field fee of $10 is good. We had own guns, but the Tippmann rental guns were first-rate.
Our biggest and maybe only complaint was their field paint. Initially we were told they had Big Ball and Premium, but when we got there, they had Polar Ice (at $100 for 2,000 rounds, a bit on the high side...yes, I know, they do need to make money! But if you never come back, they make zilch.) This paint was an absolute disaster, especially for the guys with the high-end guns. My Tippy 98 did OK, but many, many breaks for most players. It might have been related in part to colder temps (50 degrees), but Polar Ice is designed for cold play! Go figure.
We had a big crew and most said they wouldn't be back without some different field paint. We'd be willing to pay a higher field fee if we could use our own paint. Crappy paint does nobody any good. Judging by the staff, though, I'd bet they would work with us to resolve this. First impressions are important, and good paint and guns are more vital than good fields!
The field area is sandy, so extra care is needed to keep grit out of your gun's action!
 

Review Comments
ttt9202003 Sunday, July 23rd, 2006 | 4:49 pm PST
Yes at the end of the year some times you can find some bad paint and it was just bad luck because they have only had one trubble with paint and that was some one had 3 balls that broke in his gun. But that little problem was very simple to fix all i had to do is clean the barrel out and it worked fine. We use PREMIUM paintballs and no problems but the one i said.
   

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