Read about my 2012 field review of Paintball Central - Rock Hill: http://www.techpb.co...howtopic=205088
Here is my 2012 field review of Glory Road Paintball: http://www.techpb.co...howtopic=204955
And here is my 2012 field review of one of my favorite fields, Paintball Kingdom: http://www.techpb.co...howtopic=204746
NEW! Mighty Sports Center field review: http://www.techpb.co...howtopic=210401
Coming soon: field review for BOSS Paintball!
Paintball Paradyes, Behind Enemy Lines, and Palmetto Hills are on my radar, but is there another Charlotte area field you want me to check out?
New plan for 2013: checking out Command Decisions and Wolf Creek Paintball! Fulda Gap
is November 8-10.
Here's a link to my article on the Business of Paintball: http://www.techpb.co...howtopic=199472
I first started playing paintball in high school, sometime between 1993 and 1995. This unique window in the sport gave me a great love of mechanical markers and a strong suspicion of pumps after spending too much time in the woods using nelson-style World Wide Paintball markers. I like woodsy-speedball more than anything, played with lots of wooden obstacles at close ranges. The first field I ever played on was TriggerTyme Paintball
in Columbia, SC. That field hasn't changed much in 20 years, and still defines what I like to see in an outdoor field today.
While my preference is mechanical markers, I do have some objective experience with a handful of low-end and midrange markers including the Ion, Rail, Zenith, Reflex Rail, Crossover, Axe, and Etek. My current marker is the Azodin Kaos Deluxe and I love it so much I softly caress it between matches. It feels a lot like the old Spyder
(back when it was just one word) I would use at TriggerTyme, minus all of the headaches and problems you hear about with Spyders. I will gladly endorse companies that have treated me very well, including GI Sportz, Lurker, and especially Azodin.
Have more questions? Just send me a message or find me on the forums.