Originally Posted by aarontHV
Dont know if it was the first but I would be willing to bet my allowance on the field in Villonia which was a by god franchised member of Bob Gurnseys' National Survival Game.
It predated any fields in Russellvile which included (in order of opening) Ponchos War Games, Black Rain Action Pursuit, and Razorback Paintball by several years.
Players such as Chester Gaye would take Splatmasters and eventually Nell Spots and play for hours shooting less that 10 rounds per day.
Or so I have been told by some old timers.
LOL!! I remember those days when paintball was paintball and cost an arm and a legg plus your first born
"if ya liked to spray"
Tom and Peg ran the field in Villonia way, way back in the day! Afterwards they ran a field in Little Rock at Willow Springs.
I do recall a couple of fields up in the NWA area at the same time though but can't remember the names or locations!
There was a field on the Jacksonville Air Base around the same time as well.
Those were the days boys!!! Wrist rockets and Splatmasters!!!
Originally Posted by tsp8ntball
I was hoping Pineapple would have found this thread by now. He can tell us about the Villonia days and a whole lot more.
My bad Mick I was takin a nap