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samuellim Tuesday, March 18th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Wacky Warriors, Splatinum Club, Fearless Fighters, Gateway
Review: I played on this field for 2 years. It improved every year I went. I'm a youth pastor so I take my youth group to play here every year. Re-emphasizing the last review, the refs are great and fair, varieties of the fields are ok, and the location isn't too bad (next to Six Flags). The boat-level (D-Day Invasion or Army/Nave as the refs called it) doesn't live up to the hype, which was a disappointment but still it's a great level. I really enjoyed the town-level! That is my favorite field at Bushwackers and my opinion is that it's the best urban-type warfare there is in the Missouri (I live in Springfield so I've been to many fields in MO). I also enjoyed the DEA level, where the SWAT Team has to break down the doors and "kill" the Drugies. I would highly recommend all beginner, intermediate, and veteran paintballers to Bushwackers! As far as the ratings go, I would give it 9 out of 10, but it's a 9.5 caliber.
 

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