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SARGE A-5 Saturday, May 12th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: July 14th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Backyard Feilds
Directions
to the Field:
route 39 to wrenrick st, follow that for about 1 mile till you see the sign
Review: Just wanted to stop and update my review on this field. Today was my second time playing at Linglestown Paintball and the place just keeps getting better. There were to big groups of people there today and they had no problem accommodating all of us. 2 new courses, Troys Hollow is now Fort Hunter and another one for woods ball that we didn't get to. Fort Hunter was a blast, very open and easy to move around. Just make sure when you go to raise the flag in the fort that the hooks aren't already at the top of the poll. The Trenches course was a blast again. Trenches were dug out by about another 2 feet which really helped. Thanks for another great day of paintball guys, we'll try to be back in september.

Can't say enough good things about this field and the people that run it. The trenches was by far the best course there and. Not sure how many course there are now, i think 8. New course just added "Roll the Dice" was alot of fun as well and alot of shooting. The ref's were great, just abide by their rules and you'll be fine, safety is big there and strongly enforced, so it should be. Can't complain about the whole staff at all, just realize when you go you are on their field, so pay attention. If you do something you're not supposed to they aren't afraid to let you know. One other nice thing they have there is the Sloppy Dog, always nice to have a break and grab something to eat. Prices were very reasonable. Only one brand of paint was available but that was fine, i think it was Diablo and no one had a problem with it breaking in their barrel to my knowledge. Thanks to Don (Pop), Danny and the rest of the ref's for the great day. We're looking forward to doing it again.
Last edited on Saturday, July 14th, 2007 at 3:26 pm PST
 

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