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shockerairmail Thursday, September 13th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: July 12th, 2007
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Big Pearl Paintball in Virginia, Splat Brothers, Splatter Mountain & varrious other outdoorsy places in backyards and whatnot.
to the Field:
Take Rt 7 to Root Rd, turn west go about 3 miles, then turn right no Reger Rd. House has a silver barn and a bunch of pin trees in the yard
Review: One of the best woodsball courses I've played at. They have a really cool village with a tower made out of railroad ties. They also have some cool tails cut near the river bed. They have some speedball, but I wouldn't go there for that. No air bunkers. Staff is really friendly, I just wish they were open more on the weekends. You have to go to their web site to get dates. You can also prereg to save the the entry fee's and air. You can also bring your own paint. They do have rental equipment as well if you don't have your own stuff. Oh ya they have CO2 and compressed air. They fill to 3000psi. Gun shots don't count, they chrono to 300 FPS. They usually try to get playing by noon on the Saturdays that they play.

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