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Bacon03 Tuesday, January 6th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Modo's Manhunt Knightbreed Fireball mountain
Review: This place has nice fields and nice refs. I espicially like the woods course. I has everything you need air bunkers and wood bunkers. The only bad thing is that they overcharge for paintballs. $62.00 for 2000 Diablo Dusk paintballs, give me a break. If you want to bring you own paintballs you have to pay $10 extra on your admission. If I was you I would buy your own. They are good about chronographing people. For lunch they have great prices on hot choclate and food. I had a bag of chips and oreos for $1.25. You can't beat that. I would come back here again but I hate those prices.

Review Comments
bigdawgee Wednesday, March 3rd, 2004 | 12:39 pm PST
They've never carried Diablo Dusk, and your price is wrong. Their only paint price that ever exceeded 60 dollars was Evil $66, and that was last summer. Their most expensive paint now is Severe Typhoon, $58.

PaintBaller1818 Tuesday, January 4th, 2005 | 4:29 pm PST
bigdawgee is right, I think you are mistaken. I've played there a bunch of times and the most expensive paint tha I've seen there was for like $55.

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