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Old 06-30-2013, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I went out to Elite and played at their Grand Opening yesterday, I had a great time. The day started off with some light rain so I played with my OC Sterling. There wasn't a big Paintball turn out (I think due to the rain) there was only 8 baller's who showed up. On the other-hand there was a pretty big Airsoft turn-out, 60 I believe, which kind of limited the baller's to only 1 woods ball field. We played around 14 to 15 games in the 4 hours we played. After the 6th game the sun came out and it was very pleasant, throughout the day I switched to my SC Sterling. One thing that's nice about the field we were playing on is there are plenty of bunkers which give some great angles for taking shots but keeping you covered well. The 1 downfall is it's a little bit of a hike to get back to the fields. After we were done playing one of the guy's who is helping set up the fields took me on a tour, he was telling me (as we were going on the tour) the fields are set up so they can be broken down into many fields depending on the size of the turn-out. There are only 2 other fields that are currently made but each of those fields can be broken down into at least 2 to 3 fields and there's much more land to be developed into many more fields (almost 1 mile of area over-all) plus there's some open land that's in the process of being made for Tournament size/style fields. While talking to the owner it seems like he wants to have at least 3 if not 4 Tournament/Speed Ball fields. It will defiantly be nice once all of this develops but of course it all takes time and money.

I took some pictures of the field we played, the first 3 are from the East end starting point:





These next 3 are from the West end starting point:



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Old 06-30-2013, 03:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thi is very interesting to me. That's a field that is do-able to get to. What are the field fees and paint fees like? What kind of paint? Lets start thinking about getting a crew together for a day of play in the future. I love a trip to play!
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Old 06-30-2013, 08:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thi is very interesting to me. That's a field that is do-able to get to. What are the field fees and paint fees like? What kind of paint? Lets start thinking about getting a crew together for a day of play in the future. I love a trip to play!
I'd defiantly like to get a group of players to come out there, I want to support Aaron as much as I possibly can he's a decent guy and I've liked his store since it opened last fall. With me being a pump player I really like the fact he's talking about getting a pump only day together in the future and If I can help get a group together for any of his events I'd really like that. Let me know when your group is going out there and I'll make sure I'm there and with his paint prices I can even afford to break out my PM7.

Prices:
Entry and Air: $15
Paint is GI Sports
1 Star, Case $45, bag $13
2 Star, Case $55, bag $16
3 Star, Case $65, bag $18
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Those are decent prices. Hmm, sounds like a mcb pump game in the future.
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Old 06-30-2013, 08:37 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Those are decent prices. Hmm, sounds like a mcb pump game in the future.
That's kind of what I'm hoping for, I'll post more info on that once I get it!
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All the way in Madison?
Whoa that's a drive.

Field looks really promising tho!
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I"d be in. Destro might be in too.
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Color me interested too. Is there an address or website? I searched quickly but only got a store's site.
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Color me interested too. Is there an address or website? I searched quickly but only got a store's site.
If you click on the "Our Field" tab it's in the first sentence, or you can just follow the link.

Elite Action Sports Park - Airsoft & Paintball Field
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That's reasonable for me.
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