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OSinsOgre Wednesday, June 13th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: June 24th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
In Jersey, none
Delaware all
MD, Delmarva Paintball
Directions
to the Field:
Take US 322 east from either NJ Turnpike or I295. Follow untill Tuckahoe Rd trun left by the gas station and the Wawa. Follow north past Hunters Woods housing development.

You will see Accurate Paintball Store first on the left, a blue building. Please stop here for rules on getting to the field. You will have to drive on part of the air field and if you don't go the proper way you will violate FAA laws and may damage the sky dive schools plans which is a bad thing

Just a head you will see a sign to a sky dive school take this road.
Review: Well I maybe partial to this field. I have helped with the build of the field for both the TTPL and the 2007 NJ Nam.

The field is more open with trails, under brush has been cleared in a lot of areas. Lots of forts or houses were built by my team and other teams that take a true interest in large events. Hooligans Tactical Squad, 13th Legion, Gods of War, and many others who have helped clear the field to be more playable.

The owners (Frank & Tony) are really nice and treat you right. His guys running the trailer for drinks and air are very helpful too. I have seen guys who markers were not working properly and they will help with trying to fix it. I don't know if these guys are trained at servicing markers or if it just a case of the one ref uses the same marker as the guy who was having a problem on day.

Refs - I can't comment on the field’s refs due to only playing there for both the TTPL and NJ Nam. However, I have spoken to several of them and they are good guys. I also have not heard anything bad about the refs themselves from the numerous players I have spent some time talking to while doing some building and path clearing while here. I am uncertain of the number of refs there are but I know I have seen 5 or 6 each time I have been here.

The woods now have several areas that can be played. Back where the VC at NJ Nam had their base at is nice. Many bunkers, barricades, fox holes, etc to use. The Ghetto-ball field as it is call is a nice fort to hold and would be great to assault. Various little forts setup through out the field are great. The TTPL field is amazing for a swat house assault and some small buildings setup a side of it. The numerous paths and trails are just plain mind boggling.

I hope to hit this place once a month if I can. It is a two hour drive but well worth it if like 20 to 50 people show up to play. I hope they have enough refs.

June 24th

I went up for a day to mostly meet the Gods of War team. I really got to know the Refs this time. They are pretty good. They do stay out of the way a bit to allow the players to play. They are on top of ensuring that people know a person called their self out to keep people from taking extra shots at a person for no reason.

If you go and the team Gods of War are there ensure that you take time to talk to these guys. They are a nice bunch of guys.
Last edited on Friday, September 7th, 2007 at 11:30 am PST
 

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