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RUKUSS Monday, June 9th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
I Have not been to many fields, but I know a good thing when I see it, wasag beach offers a wide variety of games and fields, giving you an oportunity to play everything from sniper games, tournament style, to bunkers, hostage rescue, you name it, they do it!.
Review: I wen't there with my best friend for the season opener, lots of people were there, about 30-40% were gun owners. We played on everything except the tournament field. Since wasaga beach paintball is just so big, you will do a bit of walking, but this also makes sure you dont get picked off from the other team at start because barely any paintball gun, or none at all can even reach to the other end of most fields. The assault and defend games were great, the buses they provide give great cover if you know how to use them, team work is essential because lone wolfs simply get taken out. The setup could be better, all of the building were wide open, each with atleast 3 different openings to get shot from, yet not many holes just to stick your gun through and force the oponents to flank. Keeping track of who is your team is the worst, all they give you is a little blue armband for one team, and nothing for the other, basically you just shoot at whomever is shooting back at you, beleive me, when you begin to flank on such large fields, things get kinda mixed up. I joined up with 2 big games, 1 was very cool, a big forest lots of trees, and lots of cut down trees for cover, too many people rushed in, we were outnumbered, with all the branches hanging out I could barely get a good shot off, but this just made things more interesting, the field was huge, big enough to get lost in. There was so many people playing it was like a war zone, a one of a kind like experience, near the end we just heard a war cry, and my team of the remaining 10 peoples was sudenly rushed by an army, countless people, flanking, shooting attacking, we started to fall back into out oncoming doom, with ammo running low, people getting shot left and right there was nothing we could do but pile together in a ditch, and hope to survive, that didnt last long... Other great fields included a small sort of like town, but it was only little tiny building with barely anough space to fit 2 people, and even less cover, key was to stay put, and pick of the team as they came at you, mind you, maybe your strategy is different, after all I am a sniper, you dont see me running around. Then theyre was the sand dunes, where I spend about 4-5 games and the final big game (regeneration game), each team usually had about 7-15 players, and the bunkers provided good sniper positions but were easily flanked and were out of range to hit anything valuable, thus causing everyone to move up to the centre bunker, where all hell usually broke lose, there was a trashed bus on the hill, which was rarely used, and dark enough inside so that shooting players was like shooting at a brick wall. I have to give props to the rookies and pro's for doing some fine team work, You can help your team out by pointing out enemy locations, but beleive me, people will not give you suficient cover fire, and people will not rush up with you if you think it's a good time all alone, just wait patiently and you will notice as people move up gradualy to take on the other team, flaking manouvers will take some planing though.

The rental guns are worn down, and sound like old m14's rifles making that metal to metal hit sound when you fire them, even though they are model 98's and provide reliability, the barrels are so torn up you will be forced to move and to take on targets, cant tel lyou much more about them since I only use my own gun.

Long range is esentiual at wasaga beach, and perhaps binoculars might be a good idea, but wont give you much use, it was too bright for me to even think about using my red dot sight since the dot did not even show up, next time i'm mounting the scope for that extra edge.

Overall, wasaga beach provides a relaxing like type of game, where you can get a sun tan while shooting the heck out of your oponents, without any roof over your head you will come home with a tan, musquitos were a problem, but I wear so much camo they just couldnt get at me.

All you snipers out there, this is the field to play on!, and these are my final words, wasaga is definetly worth the time and money and will give you an experience like most fields fail to.
 

Review Comments
Little Jon Saturday, February 3rd, 2007 | 6:45 pm PST
This place is awesome!
   

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