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ICU117 Monday, December 19th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: December 10th, 2005
6 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
My friends woods
Review: The woodsball is a fun little course. The one with the airplane is anyway, the other one sucks. The airplane one has good cover on both sides making it a fair play for either team. Spool is the best though. Especially with big numbers, its so chaotic. I'm not a big fan of xball, cause I tend to get shot in the same place on my skull everytime...and it really hurts bad. Some people there cheat and ramp up their velocity to 350 or so. The teams decide if bunkering is allowed, same with drivebys. The store is great, the prices on PMI premiums aren't that great, but the wall of guns is very impressive, they have an indoor shooting range. (Ask if you can shoot the double trouble...awesome) The staff in the store and out where very helpful. Refs where cool, one of them let us use his sled as a shield...The only thing that you should not do there is DO NOT go when there is more than 4 inches of snow on the ground, its not that much fun and not many people go. Other than getting smoked by 8 year olds with angels, its a fun place to play.

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