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This is for the Field report project outlined in Killer Kats 'A call for help' Thread. His idea is to get reviews of all the different fields from people who played there.
Business Name: UMass paintball club
Registration Fee: 5 dollar field fee if you purchase paint from us
10 dollars if you BYOP
Rental Equiptment Fee:rental packages 30 dollars (all day air,gear,500rounds)
Fill Stations:co2 fills 2 bucks any sized tank including 68oz
HPA limited to 3000, 1 buck per 1000psi
Fields Paint Available/Fee:paint (was Diablo last time I was there)
65 per case
35 per half case
20 per 500 bag
Styles of Play Available:Speedball and woods.
Comments/Conculsions:A good place to go if you want some stiff competition. When I was up there pretty much all the players were very skilled and used nice, high end markers.
Safety rules were strictly enforced, and all guns had to be checked at the chrony.
The speedball field was fun, with plywood bunkers and large plastic drums to use for cover. Quick intense games are the norm.
The woods part of it, was the only drawback. The field is quite narrow, making it very hard to get around the other team. Also a stream runs through the woods area meaning that if you are playing hard, you'll get your feet wet. I still had a great time playing woods there.
Maybe dan can fill in the blanks on the contact info. I just have some email addys and am not sure it would be good to post them.
I like small dogs!
Last edited by Killer Kat : 12-04-2001 at 09:14 AM.
Styles of Play Available: Speedball & Rec.Ball (woods)
Comments/Conclusions: Craig is pretty creative here. An interesting speedball court (grass with different kinds of bunkers), a pneumatically-operated target range, and a couple of large rec.ball areas ... woods and tall grass, high tower, "APC" vehicle and more.
Maine Recreational Paintball Leaque
Maine's only paintball league
Fill Stations:7-9oz-$2.50, 12-16oz-$3.50 20oz-$4.50
Call for hpa prices
Fields Paint Available/ Fee:"We sell and use only quality paint and do not allow others to sell paint on our fields. Type of paint varies."
1 Case (2000 Paintballs)-$75.00
1/2 Case (1000 Paintballs)- $40.00
1/4 Case (500 Piantballs)- $25.00
Styles of Play Available:Speedball- A nice Speedball field that is quite large and made up mostly of barrels, very well arranged for good play.
Woods- A great woods field that is well manicured and has a nice mix of cover for all styles of woods players. there are bunkers mixed in with the natural cover and the field is large enough to be able to flank and manuver around the other team, but not so large as to slow the games down. This was my favorite field. (I'm a confirmed woods player though )
Storm the hill- This was an interesting field on wich teams take turns assaulting a large fortress at the top of a hll. The fortress has mutiple gun ports cut into it from wich the defending team can cover the entire field. The attackers have one large bunker in the middle and many smaller bunkers that they can move to to provide themselves with cover as they make thier assault. the fortress looks nearly impregnable, and for a while we all thought it was untill the fourth game when Mike, one of our resident "snipers" evened the odds with some amazing shooting through the gun ports of the fortress. Great job MIke!
Attack and defend. This is the newest field, and although it was a fun one, it still needs a little work. It consists of a "town" setup in a clearing that one team must defend. The defending team may not leave the "town" and the attacking team may attack from 3 sides of it. This field has a lot of potential, but needs to have some of the brush that surrounds the town cleared out a bit so that the defenders have more of a chance. It was still a blast to play on though and it was fun to watch from the out of bounds side as people made thier moves.
Comments/Conculsions: We all had a great time and played well into the night. I have to give special thanks to our Ref. Tony, and his Store Madmans Corner (413) 599-1448 who sponsored my teams play for the day. FYI if you live in the western mass area, give him a call before you buy any gear, he can probably get you a really good deal on any new equipment you desire.
Tony had just setup for night games and sponsored us all with free glowballs to try it out and see how it would work. After an intitially dissapointing experince with the not so glowing balls, it was figure out that they needed to be rechaged right before play. Thanks to a player that had a (Million candlepower?) car spotlight, the balls were charged up and put to good use.
All players were provided with glowsticks that were either yellow or orange, depending on what team you were on, and the refs and the sides of the field were marked with red glowsticks. Confusion reigned as glowing paint flew through the air and bobbing lights ducked for cover. Quite a fun time!
No matter what kind of play you prefer, this place has something for you. The four differnt fields allow for A nice mix of differing types of play that will definately keep thing from getting boring, and the refs where great at keeping the action rolling right along. Good sportmanship was the order of the day, and I did not see any player conflict at all.
/w your own $20
w/o $50 including equipment, air, and paint
BYOP is allowed!
Rental: Paint, Air, Tippmann98, Barrel Codom, and hopper.
C02/N2: $10 all day air.
Conclusion: Great Feild to play at if you like fast moving games. They recently got a super air ball feild. They also have 5 hyper ball feilds, 2 attack defend, and 3 wood feilds. They do a $3 luch special where you get 2 slices fo peperonie pizza and a coke. Staff is freindly. Only flaw is in the summer; they get alot of wasps. If you can ignor them it's the best. They are only in the staging area and when there are alot of them the time between games is reduced to 5 or 8 minutes which means more games. At the end of the day there is a recycle game. Overall i give it an 9 because it isn't a CS village.
Some call me a newbie because i use a tippmann brand gun. What do i call you my barrel in inches from your head?
review: The feild is under new manegment. The @ new guys that bought it are doing an awsome job at setting up the feild. Nicest woods feilds in ct. We have 3 refs including me. we are active on the feild.
Last edited by TheSickness : 08-28-2002 at 06:06 AM.
Styles of Play Available: speedball, hyperball, spool, and woods all available, with many of each style fields.
Comments/Conculsions:great store great staff great prices, the best in ct in my opinion.
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Originally posted by DontByaTippmann
well this one time I had a girlfriend. Oh god I can't lie to you guys, this never happened.
Last edited by big ugly spyder : 07-22-2002 at 02:36 PM.
Business Name: Birch Hill Paintball
Location: York, Maine
Telephone Number: (207) 363-6416
Registration Fee: $10-$15
Rental Equiptment Fee: I don't know
Fill Stations: Co2 and High pressure air
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: They mostly stock rps paint and have bad paintprises but paint bought other places is aloud
Styles of Play Available: They have a nasty castle field, an awesome 10 man hyperball fiield, a 10 man air ball field, a 3 manspools field, and a 7 man competion woods field
Comments/Conculsions: This place is the best field I've ever played at. The peole that work there are really cool and I ref there somtimes with my team it's a blasted
Red 2000 C&C Angel with x-board hopper, 45 4500 Max Flow,10' and 14' stainless and red freak kit
Member of Alliance
Registration Fee: usually free, sometimes it will be 15
Rental Equiptment Fee: check site
Fill Stations: free nitro, co2 cost like $3
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: 50 rec, 60 blaze, and other
Styles of Play Available: sup air, tires, spools, woods
Comments/Conculsions: Its a great place, lost of good teams play there, and yet there are also alot of newbies that show up. The owner is really nice, easy to get along with. Free lunch there, and usually free entry. cant really say anything bad about it. its the best field ive been to in CT so far, and from what i hear, it is the best.
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: exspensive prices on the paint
Styles of Play Available: all indoor, at the moment there are sup air, spools, and 2 others fields, check website for more info
Comments/Conculsions: it was a pretty nice field, the owner is a great guy. Only probs i had was the prices and the lighting in the fields. From what i understand there going to fix the lighting. one other minor thing was that the field was outside temp, so i really didnt get away from the coldness, but it did shelter us away from the wind and what not.
Registration Fee: 10 bucks (they have goober days, check the site, extreemly good prices for the field) on goober days, 5 bucks.
Rental Equiptment Fee: Semi-Auto Gun Rental which includes
Face Mask and One Free CO2 > $ 15.00 Other Rental Equipment Available
Camouflage Jump Suits > $ 5.00
Camouflage Shirts > $ 3.00
Neck Protectors > $ 3.00
Paintball Harness 2 Pouch > $ 3.00
Paintball Harness 3 Pouch > $ 4.00
check for goober day prices on the site (calender)
Fill Stations: Co2 HPA up to 300
1 to 12 oz > $ 3.00
13 to 20 oz > $ 6.00
21 to 31 oz > $ 9.00
32 to 40 oz > $ 12.00
High Pressure Fills up to 3000 > $ 6.00
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: FPO goober days is 20 bucks for a bag of 500, paint is always PMI premium (medium bore)
Styles of Play Available: Woods, castles Turny fields (wooded speedball) and a few open woods fields. They are reknown for having some of the best fields there, so take a look at the gallery on the site.
Very nice place to play, some of the refs are ****s, but the majority are experienced players offering advice. All Rules are STRICTLY INFORCED. don't be surprised to hear "barrel plugs in!!!" as soon as you walk into the staging area. THe owner is a not so nice lady if you do somthing wrong, but if you sweet talk her she is decent at best. They have a pro shop right at the field, with i believe 2 airsmiths working on the weekend. You will Need a waiver if your under 18... don't forget em'
I have no signature, to save PBR bandwith.
Last edited by snipinhick : 08-11-2002 at 02:47 PM.
Registration Fee: $15/own equipment FPO- $25/own equipment BYOP-
Rental Equiptment Fee:$25/ Rental package (TIppman 98c, JT mask, 2 100rd. tubes w/ belt, unlimited air, +field pass) $35 if you want an Impulse
Fill Stations: Nitro fills available ~$3 CO2 ~$4
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: Not sure about actual prices, good selection OKAY prices
Styles of Play Available: 1 Sup Air, 1 Hyperball, 1 Spools, 1 Woodsball (all fields change layout about 1-2 times a month)
Comments/Conculsions: Nice, fair refs; great people; concept fields are the best I've every seen on a rec ball field; safety rules enforced; food available during the day ($1 for a hotdog w/ anything imaginable on it); the pro shop is staffed w/ knowledgeable ppl, just a little bit pricey though; i really can't say more about this field; easy to find and get to; ocassionally, pro-teams stop by for a day of play and give out free sh*t to us plebiens...
p.s. ive been looking for a field of this quality in the rochester NY area, plz post if you know of any...