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pb_4_l1f3 Thursday, July 13th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: July 6th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Scorpion or T2 (In Montreal)
Review: It's the best field in Canada!! There's over 30 field's, at least one square km of terrain , great game types , ref's are nice and will help if they can. Except once a player didn't take off his mask at the right place so the ref made him eat 2 paintball's funny to watch but i wouldn't like to be that guy.Anyway, the proshop is kinda small.there are some deals there that are really great you can even play in winter(outside or Inside)snow is a really great cover you can also play at night and put a glow stick on your gun.the ball's are a little pricey but that's okay there of good quality(draxxus).If you rent you're gun there its either a tippy 98, A-5 or A-5 Nitro.For those who know how big the fields are im going to a big game on the 15 july 2006 where there's no limits everything is playable.

I would highly recommend this field to anyone who lives in Canada or close and i hope this review helps you decide whether or not to go
 

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