Directions good, road signs say 6 miles when really 10 miles
Now Iâ€™m writing this review about Skirmish USA for I.O.N; Invasion of Normandy, July 14 to 15 2007. One point is Safety; I was on the German side of the game. There were 4,500 people at Skirmish USA of this event.They found one guy shooting the marbles on the 14, Saturday, and he was arrested and sent to jail. But on the 15, Sunday, there were still people shooting marbles at us. Another Fields are nice and good for woods ball if that what you like. Hours for this event were 12pm to 11pm, Saturday, 9am to 1pm, Sunday. Way over priced for paint 100 bucks c'mon I go to atlas and pay 55 bucks for paint, all day full, and all day field time. Rules for this event no one really followed. When the person was shot they would just wipe it and keep playing. Proshops at Skirmish USA were good if I rated them I would give them a 10 out of 10.Tho the proshops came there for the event, BT-4, Smart Parts, Tippman, Draxxus and others. Refs only two ref's ever help the German side out. Players where great on the German side (teams) 5 points gang, Penn dragon, Delta, Aces, and the other teams. I only found one team I liked on the allied side which was from Delaware. Facilities were good. The Full Station for NOS was good right in the middle of the camp. But The CO2 Station was a walk from the German side. It took about 10 to 15 min, each way, to get there then back to the German side. I Felt like i was in a deathmatch more than a fun game of paintball...
Last edited on Wednesday, July 18th, 2007 at 7:56 am PST