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NYer Monday, July 21st, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Survival NY or Cousins NY , Paintball MAdness
Review: This place is great. I have not been there in a few months though. When I went I played on the course with the barrels and I owned some guy from Extreme team or NY Extreme or somthing. It was just cool to play against someone who plays semi pro or whatever. I think I spent about 20 -30 bucks for a half day (they are only open evenings)

Price is not to bad the staff were very cool.

There were two down sides well depending how you view it. The place is rediculously sloppy. There is an inch of wet paint on the floor everywhere. I think this personally mad eit funner because you could run and even belly slide ten feet along the floor lol, but I dont know how safe it is. Plus it is not that fun to be soakign wet after the game.. So if you dont mind the slop then go enjoy it....
The only other downside is that the fields aer small and they only let you use oen of the two for the most part, but I guess as an indoor place where you can play in the winter I shouldn't complain..
Overall I gave em an 8 because I enjoyed my self there.

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