-Has a good airball field, tho limited to 3-5 men during winter(too small to accommodate more)
-during the summer they have a sorta tourney, practice league for 3 man teams
-5 floor scenario play
-If ur a scenario player, you'll love the old school, it has stairwells leading from the basement to the 4th floor
-paint prices are good, $55 for a case of Blaze
-only $12 entry all day +air
-low lighting in the scenario area
-some of the refs didn't seem to know what they were doing
-too lenient on the chrono and barrel plug rules
-No safety briefing before play, this gives way to blind fire, people turning up their guns, etc. during the day, and the rules they did have weren't enforced
Last edited on Wednesday, January 7th, 2004 at 6:50 pm PST
I disagree on the lenient on chrono and barrel socks. I occasionally help out there on weekends and I know that they very strictly enforce the chrono and barrel sock rules.
As for the safety brief. Just about everyone who has played there at least once has gotten a safety brief. We especially enforce the safety brief when new players or players who have never played the scenario building. That is especially true when it comes to blind fires, and about coming out of the field of play.
I have been there a couple of times when TJ has shut down the scenario building because people were not following the rules. TJ and his personnel enforce the rules very carefully because they don't want to get sued and lose just about the best place in Northwest Indiana to play paintball.
Ok i dont know what your talkin about every time i go there i get the leture on rules. Even though they know me there because im friends with Tj the field is strict on everything that involves safty of everyone. so next time your there make sure you listen to the rules ad not ignore the refs as they tell you about them.