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KemoSabee Monday, July 12th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Fun Gunz, dude ranch
Only played at fun gunz once, got good service, but the fields aren't as nice, nor are the people playing.
Dude ranch, you won't see me there any time soon. Their field, though unique, is just an addition to there place, it's not a true paintball field
Review: Diehard, what can I say, from top to bottom, they offer the best paintball environment around. I live in Cincinnati, so the drive takes me 15 minutes, but so would any other field for that matter. I've only participated in the open play, twice now, and love it. Prices for paint are good, have a good selection from high to low, but they do also allow you to bring your own paint, big plus. Staff is very helpful, x-ball is awesome there. They even had an accuracy shot-off competition for a 50 store credit for the open players there. What more needs to be said except, the staff loves the game and they bring it to a new level.

For anyone thinking of going out there, don't hesitate, you'll have a good time.
 

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