PGX(only one here I've been to) and a few others such as OSG
This field wasnt quite what I was expecting, it wanst what I would ocnsider a standard field, from the speedball aspect anyways. The speedball field and the woods field are similar, both have many bunkers made of various things such as wood boards, wire spools, and some other misc. things.
The thing that sucks was me and a couple friend went there, and they put us on a team together, but when a couple guys who were about 18 or so showed up they put them on the other team, the owner played with them too, and then a few rentals played with them. Teams were incredibly stacked in there favor and we couldnt manage to win against them, yet they kept the same teams the whole time which bothered me.
Prices werent too great, the field werent good IMO, the teams werent made even. I did like how fast things went and how we got a bunch of games in and I did like the people there, they let me borrow a pat for my gun that had broken which was cool.
Last edited on Wednesday, September 3rd, 2003 at 12:38 pm PST
OSG Paintball: I like their SUP-Air field, Adventure Games Paintball: I like the proshop, but now that AGP is not the only game in New Hampshire it is no longer necessary to endure their adversarial approach to business.
A small operation and therein lies its strength. One cannot help but get to know the owner and his sons. They are friendly and very helpful. The fields are small and could never support a scenario or big game format, but that is fine with me. The speedball field is different and more interesting than most speedball fields I have been on. They keep the games moving fast with only enough time to get air and paint between games. The fields are close together so you spend almost no time walking to the next game. The description of the field given above is correct: you will play a lot of games. The field enjoys a strong local following with many regular players who have become good friends. These folks help each other with advice, equipment and banter. The quality of personal equipment among regulars has gotten very high with many Angels, Cockers, BL Intimidators. Some guy throws a grenade every week: even though he can't hit anybody. The owner will occasionally provide hotdogs or fresh strawberries (field is located adjacent to a working farm.) I would give the field a 10, except that there is no proshop.
Last edited on Sunday, May 25th, 2003 at 5:14 am PST
This field has alot of different styles of play. The owners are VERY nice, and they explain the rules before every game, they enforce their rules also. They chrono at the begining and middle of the day to make sure no one is firing hot. There are alot of different levels of players, from 10 year olds all the way to 40. Their fields are set up very nice, they have a small village (coca cola city as Chris the owner calls it) and the famous "Play The Fort" basically A&D but with uneven teams (10v20) and large speedball (my personal favorite) and a small speedball. There large woodsball field is HUGE, deffintetly a must for people who like woods. Field entry is $5, to fill a 20oz its $5. Nitro is $8 all day long. They sell paint but its BYOP. The thing I most about this field is the Owner. Chris is just a funny guy, and he makes sure you have a good time. Go Check them out.