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Phone: (360) 275-6631
Address: 70 NE KATCHEMAK LN
belfair, Washington 98528
USA

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Kaindakule Sunday, August 8th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: August 8th, 2010
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Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
None, I'm from California and have played at Tombstone Paintball (now closed) and Jungle Island.
Directions
to the Field:
It's near the Bremerton Airport, just south of it on highway 3. There's a big sign that says "Archery Paintball"
Review: The first thing I noticed about this field is the price. They are the cheapest around, and their paint is $40 a crate. It is field paint only, which is just fine because most paint I buy costs the same price. The field fee is also the cheapest I've seen.

The second thing I notice was that this field does not allow CO2. Apparently, CO2 is a huge liability, so they can save a ton on insurance if they require pressured air only. This upset me quite a bit but after calling them I found out that they will lend you a tank for free (still have to pay for fills), if you let them hold on to your CO2 canister. Thus, my angst about not being able to use my CO2 had faded.

The last, and biggest thing I noticed, was the very friendly staff. The ref was very eager to help me and my newbie friend with any gun problems we had, even went so far to replace a ball stop in my gun completely free of charge, and letting my friend borrow a mask, free of charge, because the one I gave him wasn't safe enough.

In summary, the field is currently small (on 8/8/10), but is growing. If a larger crowd had been there it would be very amazing indeed. As is, I'd give this a 7 for the physical field, and a 10+ in customer service.
Last edited on Sunday, August 8th, 2010 at 5:46 pm PST
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