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ScenerioSlayer Wednesday, May 20th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: April 11th, 2009
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
None really close, but there is two out near mercer. And I just saw that they have another one listed in Polk (not sure where that is but they say it is only 25 miles from Clarion Pa.
to the Field:
Get on I80 and take exit 97, go south on 219 to the first red light next to Sheetz. Take a right on 830 and go about 3-5 miles and take a left on 950. it is the first road to the left that actually has a route number. Go another 3-5 miles and there will be a sign for Impact Zone. The road is on the right. About 100 yards up the road there is a dirt parking lot and a small building (proshop) on the left after a house.
Review: I went to the Wabbit's Wevenge VII game. And it probably was one of the best times I have ever had playing. There were alot of people there that were playing for the first time (Noobs) and the staff treated them very well. When I went to get my HPA tank filled, they couldn't fill it because it was out of date, so Rick the owner let me use his personal tank, which was awsome because my friend was using my back up tank. I could go on and on about the game, but I this is suppose to be about the field. If you want to know more about the game send me a message.

They have three fields: a woodsball field, speedball field and the infamous Pines. The all the fields are kinda of small but there is plenty of room for the amount of people that usually show up. The Pines is pretty wide open with alot of well pine trees, between the Pines and the speedball field is really thick. I don't think I can describe how thick it is. Crawling on your hands and knees will be required if you travel off the beaten paths. The speedball fields wasn't up and running for this game because acouple of squirrels crews holes in his inflatable bunkers all they had were wooden bunkers which made it a real challenge to pass through here. the woodsball field has alot of cover and shooting lanes. All in all the fields were really good 9.0 out of 10.0 for the thickness.

The refs aren't the best but I have seen worse ones. Some of them didn't seem to know alot about paintball and I saw him talking to players and other refs instead of watching the game. other than that they were good. I don't think they have the resources for great refs. 8.0 - 10.0

For safety, I don't think you could get much better. They were on top of making sure people kept their masks on and were chronoed. There was one guy that was playing that had his own chrono and they still made him chrono with them. 10.0 -10.0

The proshop is well stocked. They are probably not going to have any parts for high end guns and other not well known guns. 9.0 - 10.0

They have two vending machines but for the scenario games they have pizza delivered.
7.0 - 10.0

I will be definitely going to the next game. Can't wait.

Oh and the paint prices were reasonable $65/case
Last edited on Thursday, May 21st, 2009 at 6:58 am PST

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