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-HH-Chris Friday, August 3rd, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: July 30th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Mersey Road
Storm Warning
JXP

None have a speedball/xball field that even compares to OK's
Review: Unlike all of the other fields in Nova Scotia, Overkill Sportz actually has a walk in Canteen/ Proshop. OK Sportz also supports the only Xball ready field in NS, complete with tower, pits, penalty boxes and a scoreboard as well as a top of the line playing surface. Enough about the speedball, OK also offers and large urban setting woodsball field, complete with towers, buildings and a deep wooded section. This field has it all, great fields, great staff ;), and great players.

As far as services, OK offers Tippmann 98 Custom rental packages complete with a high pressure air system and paint for an affordable price. The field uses a 3000psi compressor and a soon to be 4500psi. Recently the local scenario team began to fill C02 for the players that still rock that.

All in all, this field is hands down, the best overall in Nova Scotia, and trust me, I've been to all that say they compare.
 

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