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Radar09 Saturday, September 19th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: September 19th, 2009
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Linglestown Paintball, Wannaplay paintball,Skirmish I.O.N. 09
to the Field:
directions on Ambush's website
Review: Well let me start off saying that for our first time at Ambush it was everything we were hopeing for a scenario game! My first impression of the owner(Bob) what a nice guy he really treats people with respect. Staff & referee's were great, didn't mind helping us out when they could.Though we Weren't able to get inside the castle(white team)it looked Bad A**. I also liked the trailer home field.The Tanks & assult vehicles were more than i expected...sweetness!! I thought the price for paint was higher then most considering the quailty ($75 a case of nightmare). Also i thought it took too long to get the game started. Registration was at 7-7:30am but the game didn't start until around 10:30am and lasted till 4pm. I wanna credit the staff and everyone there at Ambush they really do bend over backwards for you. If your looking for a friendly atmosphere with great people then i would recommened giving Ambush a try. Thanx again for a good day out!

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