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DM592 Sunday, January 7th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: January 6th, 2007
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Liberty Paintball
Stamford Madness
NYC paintball
to the Field:
Review: Me and my friends just went to this field yesterday and our first impresion was that this is a joke. After a quick mental examintaion i saw 14 or so bunkers (including a tree). We met up with a couple of friends and I was discouraged even more by the smell off broken paintballs, mud, and soggy woodchips. Also, it had rained that morning and each one of the back bunkers had a nice little puddle surrounding it. We played our first game and my sprits jumped high. It was a VERY fun field. The refs were good and didn't miss a thing. Paint was cheap, plus all-day air. Chrono line isn't too bad if you showed up early. There's a nearby deli for food. The proshop is knowledgeable, and has way more guns than Cousin's. Field was very fun when the sun came out. There are easy lanes to burn right off the break, surprising for such a skinny field. Wiping is nearly is realy hard with all the refs. And we went on a not-so-busy day so it was alot of play time. I'm definetly going back next week or so, it's just a really fun place.

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