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SPLATTERZONE Paintball Field

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Phone: 19024979821
Location: BEAVERBANK, Nova Scotia B4C 1C7
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nootz Saturday, November 1st, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: August 6th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Splatshot (Mt. Uniacke), Mersey Road (Hubbards)
Directions
to the Field:
Follow the Beaver Bank Road about 20-25km and it will be on the right just before the East Uniacke Road.
Review: Probably the crappiest field I've ever played on, it's about a 1/4 the size of Mersey. Their safety includes netting (not very safe netting) that's doubled up and a "safety area", then the parking lot. Barrel plugs any time not on field. Barrel condoms for some reason are unacceptable to them. They've got a woodsball and speedball field, first, with the woodsball. It's basically a 60'x30' course with small barricades and trees everywhere. Not nearly enough space to move around. Also, if you do move, you're guaranteed to get shot. The speedball field, although I've never played on it, looks like crap, all dirt and sticks on the ground, they don't have the blow-up boxes, only wooden spindels and boards. Their hours are more or less depending on when you call them. Prices are about $30-$50 depending on whether you bring your own gear or not. And included in the prices are CO2 backups, markers, paint, and masks. The rules are more or less like everywhere else, not much to be said there. There are no such thing as "services" there, it's basically a pot of land in the woods with netting and fencing. If you need to get to a bathroom, the woods will be there for ya. Staff is some random old guy and his two kids, I've never heard of them before, and hopefully never do again. Refs consist of the two kids, they'll wear red jersey shirts and red masks with black tint. As for everything else, like food, water, you will have to bring that yourself.
The markers they use are Tippmann 98C, BT-4, BT-16, and PMI Blackmaxx/Traccer.

I'll give this a 4/10, just because it's insufficient space for a good game.
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