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Sgt. Pepper Thursday, July 19th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: August 3rd, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Directions
to the Field:
From PA Turnpike:
Take exit 28. To... US 1 North.. To.. Oxford Valley Exit. (Sesame Place) Make a right and follow To.. Lincoln Hwy. (US 1 Bus.). Make a left ( at Pep Boys) Follow to Team Combat Paintball. Aprox. 1 mile on left.(Across from Greabers Lumber)
Review: This field is great for beginners. However, the veterans may find it to be a little disappointing. There are 5 small fields that you alternate to throughout your day. There are: "The Castle", "The Crates", "The Towers", and "Boats" and a speedball field. BYOP is when my friends and I always go. BYOP (bring your own paint) is only held on Sundays 9:00am - 3:00pm and costs only $30. They don't allow CO2 out on the fields but you can trade it in for the day for a compressed air tank!

The Castle:
Your team either plays offense or defense. The Offensive team's objective is for one player to enter the castle. The defense's job is to keep the offense out. This field's maintenance isn't too good.

The Crates:
Nothing too fancy about this round. There is a bunch of large wooden crates to hide behind. Strategy isn't really used here, just shoot the enemy! Field maintenance is horrible! There are all sorts of rocks and thorns and twigs that make it very uncomfortable to knell down.

The Towers:
There is a tower (obviously) which is used primarily for "sniping". Lots of short bunkers so chances are you'll go prone at least once in this round.Tall grass along the right side makes flanking interesting.

D-Day:
Short field + Lots of players = Breakshooting! There are short sandbag bunkers along the right side and trees, bushes, and wooden bunkers along the left. It is a really fun round. Field maintenance is pretty decent here.

Speedball:
The metal barrel field is o.k. The only flaw is that the ground is a mix of gravel, wood chips, and sand so sliding may cause bleeding! The airball field is NEVER up but it's really only used for local speedball team's practices anyway.

The referees are mediocre. They often overlook blind firing and wiping so It's your job to bonus ball! However, they strongly enforce barrel plugs be used in the dead box and goggles on at all times when not in the dead box. The pro shop is horrible but about a mile down the road is a small shop called Ballers Inc., they have everything you need. All in all it's fine for a nice day of paintball.
Last edited on Monday, August 4th, 2008 at 9:55 pm PST
 

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