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Member Since 18 May 2010
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In Topic: fields near orlando

07 April 2012 - 11:15 AM

yeah dude, OP is expensive and does have kids, noobs, tourists...chrono at 260fps.... but indoor and outdoor fields, open 12-12 sun-thurs and 12pm-6am fri-sat. tuesday is byop and $40 for theirs.

xpxfl is cheaper and all woodsball, chrono at 300

never been to paintball world or orange county pb but here good things about both...

also there is cen fl paintball in lakeland which is southwest of orl but hear its great as well

In Topic: good proshop in orlando?

07 April 2012 - 10:51 AM

Op proshop is very nice, ok prices so i assume its the best in orlando. Playing there is another story. I play at OP a lot and like the staff and some off the fields for the most part but there are way too many kids, noobs and tourists that just ruin the fun. And they really dont care to keep you on the same team with friends which fucking sucks. Your guns are crono at 260 max so you cant really open up your $1000 gun they way you want to. But they do have 2 warehouses which are cool and 1 speedball field which is nice. tuesdays (last time i went) were $40/case for draxxus so id suggest that day or a saturday to get a decent mix of skill levels.

In Topic: good fields?

07 April 2012 - 10:37 AM

depending on where you go there is a field in cen fl- poincianna/kissimmee called xtreme paintball xperience fl (xpxfl). Has about 6 fields. last time i went was $48/case and $65 for all star, all woodsball. also there is a field in bithlo- orange county paintball...has nice woodsball/scenario fields as well as some speedball. good luck bro and have fun

In Topic: Which tank brand is the best?

20 February 2012 - 09:36 AM

ninjas are great (from what everybody else says), i have 2 crossfires and they are beasts. crossfires are as light or lighter than any other, best looking by far, good regs (short, simple, consistent) and fairly priced....go look on ansgear.com and compare a regular 68/4500 from crossfire to one of ninja or GA....lighter, cheaper and better looking. Didnt mean to upset anyone but thats just how i fell.


In Topic: Crossfire

20 February 2012 - 09:15 AM

Yeah man Crossfire Tanks are beast. light and great graphics. the regs aren't "superfly" or anything but they are fairly light and short and very reliable. i have 2-68/4500 tanks and 3 years in the are sill performing perfectly.