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TeamEclipse Sunday, November 30th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
None in the same area.
Coastal Paintball in J-ville Nice, but not as much real competition
Milty's Not really fair to compare
Tri-County I think Mr. McCoy used to run this one w/ a partner. It's okay, but not
the safest place.
Review: I only played here once, but at the time there was an open practice session w/ about 5 teams from rookie to amateur there. It was by far the most fun I've had getting my a$$ beat. If you're looking for some place where you can see how you really measure up, this is the place. The prices are great, paint is awesome, and the staff and owner are phenomenal. Mr. McCoy had the gas grill out cooking some REAL food while I was there (if he offers you a pepper, run the heck away!). Airball field was in good shape, the hyper ball field looked okay, though everyone was staging there so we could see the teams practice as we got ready, and the wall-ball field was a blast. He's got nitro fills set up for 4500 and 3000, with the ability to fill multiple bottles at a time. Nice set up all around. I enjoyed it and will definitely be back.

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