Fields Paint Available/ Fee: $17 for 500, $25 for 500; cases sold as well, cant remember prices
Styles of Play Available: ultimate airball, hyperball, spools.
Comments/Conculsions: EXTREMELY well run with amazingly nice prices. They will take down the nets if they have enough people for 20 on 20! Airball is the best, no rocks, and the ground is flat. $10.00 all day nitro, great, well-run tourneys. Well stocked inventory of supplies if you lose a part or break down.
Rental Equiptment Fee: $10 for semi, mask, and one co2 fill. $35
for semi, mask, all day co2, and 500 balls
Fill Stations: co2 and 3k and 4.5k nitro. CO2- 12oz or less...2.
13-24 oz...3. 25-32oz...4. NITRO-$1 per 1k psi.
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: paint is RPS/PMI Premium Advantage.
100-$6. 500-$25. half case-$45. Full case-$80
Styles of Play Availablene (1) woods/speedball mix. one(1) big
(15 acres I think) field, wooded, used for big groups and big
Comments/Conculsions:I like this field more than Rocky Creek
paintball. Rocky Creek has horrible service, etc, but better
fields. I think that First Strike needs another concept field to
be better than Rocky Creek in the field area, but their
management is much nicer and knowledgable. I've only played
there once, but ALL of my friends thatplay believe that
RockyCreek's refs aren't as good, owner isn't as nice, and
overall everything is worse than First Strike's. Oh, that's what
I believe too.
Originally posted by AvalonGT
lol im going to sig that
Registration Fee: no registration just gotta have a field waiver
Rental Equiptment Fee: $15 if you bring your own equipment $35 for either a Tippman .68 or a Pirranah and unlimited air
Fill Stations: C02, Nitro, HPA
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: they have a store about a 5 minute walk that carries all the paint
Styles of Play Available: 1 relativley small speedball, Multiple wooded courses 7-8 i think include : Elimination-5 (one has a small maze) Attack/Defend-1
Comments/Conculsions: A very good field i wish they would incorperate the private party speedball with the public speedball it might be a little bit more interesting. Other wise a very good field much better then *shivers* Powerhouse*violently shiver* Don't go there
Business Name: Wolf Hill Paintball (owners of the world Paintball Federation)
Telephone Number: (615) 451-7600
Registration Fee: NONE FPO
Anarchy 70.00 a case
Challenger 50.00 a case
aircard 10.00(for all day unlimited airfills)
Rental Equiptment Fee:
15.00 gun only
30.00 package(gun,hopper,tank,mask,200paintballs,one aitfill)
Fill Stations: Co2,3000psi,4500psi,5000psi
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: (listed under registration fees)
Styles of Play Available: Woods,sup air. hyper ball
Comments/Conculsions One of the best fields around.(not just saying cause I'm sponcered by them.) They have great refs(same as at the WPF events) and great people to help you learn about the sport.If you every need a gun fixed up there(Expecially mags) this is the place to be.Also if you ever need anyhelp I'll prolly be there reffing or practicing with my team.The only thing is you gotta get the stuff from the store,Because they cant put a store up at their fields location.(zoning rules)
Team Rave C
TeamRave.com(in the works)
Vitrical feed minimag w/ 12" boomy intella frame and more
My "in the process" gun
Green to black faded led Matrix
red bolt kit
12" freak kit green tip
chrome Virtical adapter
aka side winder (long size)
Chrome Shocktech drop
chrome shocktech asa
88/45 pmi pure energy
(this is not built yet, still buying the parts)
Location: Sitting here working peering out at the paintball field
Ft Cambel Paintball Games
Location: Clarksville,TN, Ft Cambel Miliitary Base.
Fee: 3.00 for entry.5.00 in 2003.
Rentals:Tippmanns and Traccer pumps 13-18 dollars
Fills: Co2, 3000psi
9oz:2.00 12oz:3.00 20oz:4.00
1.50 per 1500 psi
Paint available: Nelson Anarchy,PMI Premium,Dialblo Blaze, 60 a case,35 for a half case.
Fields: 1 Developed woods,1 Speedball,1 Natural Woods (not used much)
Comments: Quite honestly,this is the most player friendly field ive been to. We have a mix of players from pro teams to newbies.Everyone is happy to help out and they offer the best prices in town for paint,air ,and marker accessories.
The Field are mainly ammo crates and a few spools. The woods course has a three room building that is well known. The speedball field is not as wonderful but is still well playable and a challenge. If you want more information contact the office or me at Vevoed@cs.com
Proud owner of a C+C Custom 98!
Field Paint Only!
The FP is alright, some cheap stuff. Doesn't break much. I smuggled some marballizers in tho
500 = 20$
Air = 4$ all day
Fields- 1. Rec Field
A nice field, plenty big enough, with some cool bunkers.
2. Air Field
Sweet! This field is pretty cool. Soft sand, great for superman-slides.
This was my first time at a field in Tallahasse because I just moved up here, and I had a very good time. I went with some friends, played all day, and only payed about 50$. Like i said, I like the courses, and the people are friendly enough. All sorts of players, from High end Cockers to Bushmasters to Tippmanns and Fishy's. No "Hey you're gun sucks" people, the high end users were actually very friendly. Overall, a good experience. This oughta be fun enough to keep me from outlaw for a while. (just a while)
Build a man a fire and he'll be warm for a while.
Set a man on fire and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
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Rental Equiptment Fee: $20( includes Marker, hopper, 20 oz Co2, All Day Field Pass, 100 rnds of Premium Paint and Mask )
Fill Stations: All day Co2- $5
All day Nitro- $7
Fields Paint Available/ Fee:
Regulator's Outpost paint- $35
X-Ball (Mixed)- $30
Anarchy- Umm. Forgot. More expensive than the others though.
(Prices shown are all half case)
Styles of Play Available: Airball, Speedball (3 fields, 1 has tire bunkers), Woods, Scenario,
Comments/Conculsions: Spectator netting on some of the fields. Restroom facilities leave something to be desired (Portables. Ick.) They order food from a neaby Dominos, so that's very good. The Airball field is a bit small, with the bunkers close together. Great people. My first field.
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WGP '03 Vert Cocker (Blue)
Pure Energy Co2 Tank
Dark Blue DYE Sticky grip
NW Spoon Long Drop Forward (8")
12v Revvy Blue
JT Flex-IZE Blue
JT 2003 Blue Pro Series Jersey
Redz Blue Trim 3+2 Dimension Pack
Extreme Rage Blue Gemz Tubz
C O C K E R P R I D E - Because Worr owns you.
Originally posted by DarkShark You threw your $1,429 dollar autococker on the ground? I hope that your definition of "ground" involves large quantities of Victorian silk garnishing a plush down featherbed with a luscious cashmere quilt.
Fill Stations: $10.00 all day HPA, CO2 fills available also
Fields Paint Available/Fee: 500 rounds, $20.00; 1000 rounds, $40.00; 2000 rounds, $75.00 (Blaze). Or $60.00 a case at the store.
Styles of Play Available: Airball, Hyperball, 3 Woods, Mounds Course
Comments/Conculsions: This field was impressive; the refs were very knowledgable of the sport and it is run by players for the players. Prices are reasonable great crowd, not a lot of trash talking, advanced play Sunday at 300fps, Wednesday and Saturday 285fps (summer has Wedensday). Also home of Team Trauma
Styles of Play Available: Speedball, Bunkerball, Long field for 10vs.10 and other types. Great fields for 1vs.1
Comments/Conculsions: Very dedicated people who know what they're doing. Although they only have 5 fields, they mix them up every other week. They'll always have someone out there. Usually if no one's there, one of the techs at the place will pull out a gun and play with ya. Out of 10, I give this field a 9 because there aren't always people out there.
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Fill Stations: N2 (Never Full) / Co2 (Never working)
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: "Tourney Paint" (Worse than Asp)
Styles of Play Available: Senario Game, some small city fields
Comments/Conculsions: Not the best field, the guy that runs it, Chris, runs the VHA proshop too (Wouldn't go there either). He'll sometimes tell a player on the phone that there are a bunch of guys out there, but when you go 40 minutes out from Greenville to play, no one's there...at all. I've been there twice and that was only for the "Badlands Big Games" which aren't to bad. There the only ones around Greenville pretty much.
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Fields Paint Available/ Fee: Random=$70 For a Case
Styles of Play Available: Speedball
Comments/Conculsions: Better than it's father-field "Badlands" The guy that's in charge of Counter-Strike runs the place smoothly. Although they have only one field, it can hold a 7vs.7, which is alright. It's good for parties and the like. The people that own the field though forget to replace the shot out lights, so the fields dark a lot of times. Good mix of bunkers, but they have only cleaned the field once in the past 2 years and they don't always air up the bunkers.Gets a 6 outa 10.
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Rental Equiptment Fee: I dunno cause I never rent.
Fill Stations: N2 and CO2. Pay per fill on CO2, N2 is $7 all day I believe, but it may be $10.
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: Field paint is $55/case with several brands available. $15 for 500.
Styles of Play Available: Speedball, on a rather large speedball field.
Comments/Conculsions: Guys, if you live in South West VA give STAR a shot! JW (field owner) is a great guy, and has alot of paintball knowledge. If anyone ever needs directions or something feel free to contact me, or give JW a call. They are usually open on Saturdays, and on Fri. nights in the summer they have night games. STAR RULES!!!
Fill Stations: N2 and CO2 available...prices range from $3-5 a fill depending on size of container.
Fields Paint Available/ Fee:</b> (Field paint only for rental guns at $65 a case) BYOP for everyone else with other top brands for sale as well.
Styles of Play Available: Speedball, Sup Air and Woodsball.
The Pevs@AG field is the premier field in NVA. That being said they do have a few negatives...They have the 2nd best parking (VAGames is better) of all NoVA's three fields and they also have the distinction of being the trickiest to get to. They're accessible from Rt. 15 in Leesburg, Sycolin Road in Ashburn or Route 7. Go to their website for directions. The Pevs field is the most expensive to play, either as a rental or if you have your own Equipment. Those negatives aside, I really enjoy the variety of their fields.
They have some great speedball fields, a slick Sup Air Field and the woods fields are large, and well designed. The nice thing is that they continue to improve from what was in woodbridge. Their parking lot is being filled with gravel this spring to take care of the mud. They're adding a castle to Winter Woods and redoing the village and compound, with the compound getting a much needed bridge. The fields are spacious and it's not overly crowded playing 30 on 30. I personally enjoy the Rock Garden field that greets you as you drive in. The sandbags are a nice touch...better than the stacked cordwood at Hogback and VAGames.
The staff at Pevs is much more professional than the other VA fields (with Skyline a close second). They cater well to large groups and the employees are easy to deal with at one of their stores or on the phone. They have a covered staging area with brand new picnic tables and lights. The pro shop is decent, I've seen better, but hell it's damn nice compared to the other two fields. You can pay by cash or Credit Card here. The facility is indoors and has a TV for mom and dad to relax while the kids play. They have a nice grill, BBQ area for food at lunch time and two refill areas (for N2 and CO2), which are both covered.
They require rentals to buy field paint, which is also the most costly of the fields. They also require barrel condoms as opposed to barrel plugs. The games are well organized for walk-ons or for groups. (We took 50 people from my office out there with no snags whatsoever.) My strongest dislike for Pevs and the one thing I *REALLY* wish they'd change is their policy for groups...where you only get 3 hours with rental equipment. I find it an extreme rip-off to have people have to pay an extra $15 to have a group play all day usually on top of the highest field paint prices and group prices.
Some of the younger refs aren't as good and the games have a tendency to suffer, but this is true anywhere. The teams tend to have a run of the Sup Air and Speedball fields which can be intimidating to walk-ons who want to play up there. Way too many egos.
The popularity of the new Pevs field has filled the place on many days and they have been getting close to running out of rentals for walk-ons, on occasion. This is the most expensive field, but they can get away with it since they pack the place every Sat or Sunday. Many of the Pevs Store personnel also work the fields on the weekends. Todd from the Fairfax store is a regular out there and is a top notch guy to deal with.
For younger players with limited income, Pevs can get pricey, well over $20-25 a day with your own equipment. Well over $55-60 if you're renting. The proshop has good eq to sell and if your equipment breaks, they can fix some problems on site. They get started at 9 on the money and end at noon. Break for lunch and start again and go from 1-4 every Saturday and Sunday. The guys that work there are pretty good about keeping egos in check and about booting unsafe people. (I saw 2 kids a few weeks back booted for opening up full auto on a guy that was out.)
The employees are a pleasure to talk to and cooperative. Hogback had guys that were OK but they had an ego problem. VAGames also had some helpful employees as well, but just not to the level of Pevs. Pevs also has something that the other fields don't...room to grow. It seems like they're always opening up new fields or planning new things for the fields that are already there. With as many people as they get, they have the $$ to continue to do so well into the future. They also make concerted efforts to maintain the existing fields.
Though they're pricey, they're by far the best. It also helps that they have 7 or 8 local stores with employees who know the game and can help you with what you need.
Fill Stations: N2 and CO2 (though the N2 tanks don't give a complete fill to anything larger than 68/3000.
Fields Paint Available/ Fee: Yes, 2000 rounds is $75 for walkons and rentals are fpo. Available for sale to the public as well.
Styles of Play Available: Speedball and Woodsball
Hogback Mountain is the furthest of the 3 fields from the DC or Fairfax Area. It's located off of Route 15 just before Leesburg. It's not well marked (though the road you turn off on is Hogback Mountain Road...) and unless you're looking for it, it would be easy to get lost. After a 2 mile drive through the estate you finally get to the field. Parking was a bit tight but not to bad. The price for players with their own equipment was $10 and rentals were $30. This is slightly more from the $25 that VAGames charged for rentals but less than Pevs $35. Payment was Cash only, which is kind of a downer and not fun for those of us who like to pay with Plastic. The fields were probably the nicest woods fields of the ones I played in Northern VA. Some of the terrain blew and the stacked wood didn't add much to the game. I mean...geez...they should go blow $100 at Home Depot and buy some plywood and build cheap bunkers. The walk up the mountain to the fields was a bit of endurance and the fields though awesome for woodsball were depressing for speedball but better than other locales.
The refs there weren't particularly good, but I've seen worse. (See also VAGames). The place as a whole didn't do a good job letting people know when games were starting and they need to get more organized. The games were quite good and there's some real talent that plays there. I'd go back, if only for that reason. I've heard their scenario games are great due to the interesting fields, hopefully those games are more organized. I didn't like the fact that they only take walk-ons on Sundays...and the Sunday I went the first time it was a hopperball weekend...that didn't seem smart. Check It Paintball in Chantilly (and Fairfax) has more info on Hogback. Their field paint prices weren't too unreasonable. (I recommend Check-It for getting paint...they're the cheapest in Northern VA...I go to the store in Chantilly for my cases). The field can be reached from the Metro area in any one of a number of ways...Route 50 to Route 15, Route 7 (or the Toll Road) to Route 15, etc. If I were to compare Hogback to Pevs old field, Hogback would be the top dog...but the new Pevs field at AGPaintball is just ahead of Hogback. The fact that Hogback is backed by a solid store like Check-It helps a lot too. They regularly attract a large crowd and is a great escape for some great games. There's no proshop so you're on your own if something breaks. The picnic tables are a nice touch and let you work on your marker as time permits. Parking is muddy and tight...get there early. All in all, pretty decent but without the variety of Pevs.