great field overall. when i first arivved it looked a little shabby but once i really started paying attention i realised my mistake. the facilities are great. the ower is great . and the fields are like nothing else in the area.
When i went i was there for 2 days. everything was included, food, tents, and drinks. The area that were were in was huger but only a small prt of what he has to offer. with one huge vally running down the middle of one of his main fields it makes fir some great paintball and you really get into almost a gorilla mindset, crawling through the forest. we also played a night game, wich was great fun.
I have been told that the owner has made a whole wack of new bunkers and is planning on making it easier to get to the farther fields.
I recomend this field to anyone who is even thinking of playing outdoors. I am personally planning on taking a couple newer players out there to let them have a taste of real woodsball.
Great Work Combat 307
Last edited on Saturday, May 3rd, 2008 at 5:47 pm PST
When my friend first told me he was organizing a paintball group I jumped on the opportunity. He then informed me that it would be at Combat 307, i was a little sceptical at first, but when I started doing research on the field I started to agrre with him that it was probably one of the best field. Now, i'm a speedballer so when I heard it was all forest and no inflatables, I was dissapointed, i shouldn't have been. It turned out to be a great experience that was enjoyed by all.
The Good :
-Knowledgeable staff who really just want the players to be happy : The staff was very
nice and helped us out alot with the best strategies for the field depending on where
we were and were very knowledgeable about the sport.
-The paint : The paint was of good quality and at a great price. The cost was $0.04 the
paintball, thats $20 per bag of 500 and $80 for a case of 2000.
-The equipement : The field guns are the JT paintball Tac-5 reacon. This is a good field
gun that performs well and when pushed can really lay down some paint, and barrel
breaks seemed to never happen. As far as suits go, they offered a camo vest which
worked well. All the equipement was well maintained and clean.
-The Field : They have a 120 acre field which is situated entirely in the forest. The field
also varies alot so the games were always interesting. It is in a valley so the hills
made it really interesting. They have an area that is covered in wooden cover and huts
which made for fun, fast paintball. I have also heard that they are apparently trying to
make an urban combat village starting in the near future which should be very
-The game types : The games they play enclude regular capture the flag games, center
flag push/pull, team ellimination, various senarios, and anything the players want to
do, it was great that we could choose what games we wanted to play.
The Bad :
-No speedball : I entered the sport playing speedball so it was an entirely different
experience taking my time and saving my paint. Despite the fact that their is no
speedball designated areas, we still ended up sending alot of paint downfield
and really shot as much as we wanted to.
-One Field : They play with one field and let the players go where they want during the
games. This meant that we did not always run into alot of enemies but it did make the
games more tactfull. Durring certain games however, they set limits to the field which
It was a very fun experience for very little price. We were not pushed to waste paint and spend all our money, insted the staff made sure our day was fun and enjoyable. The lunch was very good and consisted of pasta, macaronni salad, and bread all of which was homemade. In the end we had a paintball outing that will not be forgotten, and at 37$/person for a full day it was well worth it. Hopefully we'll do a weekend outing next time.
Definitely worth checking out, great field to play at, 9/10 because no speedball specific fields.
Last edited on Saturday, October 20th, 2007 at 2:13 pm PST