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Scary Creek Paintball Field

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Address: 434 Scary Creek Road
Scott Depot, West Virginia 25560
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drum_buster Monday, April 14th, 2003
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Review: This field is pretty good. Paint is $25 for 1,000, air is 2$ for 9 oz and 4$ for 20. Their equipment rentals are priced cheap too (98's and Pro-lites) I like this field because it is very military oriented. They have house assault, commando and insurgents, sniper, and many more.
The bad things are: some muddy spots on fields, and thats pretty much it.
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