Unfortunately, this field is the reason I stopped playing paintball.
I was interested in starting to play paintball a few years ago, I didn't exactly know much about it, but I gave it a try anyway, I asked this paintball veteran over the internet which field I should go to, he told me this "Headshots" field in miami was decent, so I went there with a friend.
First day didn't go so well, we only played twice because the other players were being extremely aggressive. I was shot in the head twice and my friend was riddled with shots across his back.
I was naive enough to try it again, my other friend had had enough, so I invited ANOTHER friend of mine to go.
This was possibly the most painful experience I've had in my life, period.
We get there and get our rental guns, half of which are broken or not working. We test our FPS to make sure it's below the limit. I look over to some 18 year old kid testing his Dye marker, and it was set at 350 FPS!! I told him that he was way over the limit and he basically told me to buzz off.
We get inside the field and we play a few games, it was literally painful and terrible. My friend was shot in the mask and it cracked open, his bottom lip was bruised because some 10 year old with a 500 dollar gun shot him in the face up close two times. Meanwhile I was shot 30 times in the legs by that gentlemen with the 350 FPS gun. The refs did absolutely NOTHING about it, and were normally texting on their phones and not paying attention.
Safe to say, after about 5 extremely painful games, we left, and we never returned.
Clearly the owners of the field don't care for their new customers since they let referees that refuse to do anything coach the game, and don't really bother checking people are under the FPS limit.
Never played paintball again. What a terrible experience.