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Armyguy971 Monday, March 22nd, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
DMZ Pursuit (Decent outdoor, bad staff)
Niagara Paintball (all around awesome field)
Review: Alright here is the deal, I called in advance on a Sunday night and talked to the field owner about walk ons that night. He in turn told me that there would be people there that night for a game and to come on out. We arrived at about 7:30 when the games started at 7:00pm, after driving 20 minutes to get there, and there were some tourney players there after practice jokin around and talkin. Which was all good till one felt it would be good to fire off his angel repeatidly in mine and my buddies face for a half hour while we waited for the owner to acknowledge our existance. Finally after waiting forever to get on the field he went ahead and shut the place down sayin we could play a couple rounds quickly if we wanted....but we did not wanna pay full price to play a few minutes. He reluctantly gave us an airfill before telling us better luck next time and sending us on our way. I will never go here again, well at least not till their outdoor opens back up...even then i will always have a negative image of them.
 

Review Comments
nikke557 Saturday, April 17th, 2004 | 6:29 am PST
They need a minimum amount of players to start a walk-on game. If they don't have the required amount of players, they can't have walk-on. As for them not acknowledging you, I find that this is true. They will ignore you. In that case you must speak up and they'll talk to you.
   

Fury_Paintball Wednesday, October 27th, 2004 | 12:14 pm PST
The reason that you robably get ignored is because the employees usually have work that they have to do in turn they get a paycheck thats how most of the world works. work=pay. maybe next time you should request a dinner theatre while you wait.
   

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