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Urban Assault Paintball Field

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Phone: 724-926-9000
Address: 1217 Laurel Hill Road
Mc Donald, Pennsylvania 15057
USA

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moron07 Saturday, June 30th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
6 months  
Last There: June 30th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
operation (havent been in a long time couldnt compare to urban)
Directions
to the Field:
mapquest or call urban assault
Review: This field is really starting to turn around. The staff is very freindly and will help you with anything. The fields are also turning out amazing there is a sick hyperball field that was just redone this friday a castle field a trench field 2 woods ball fields that are very fun to play on. Plus there is a vietnam field being made along with 2 airball fields in the process of being put up. It is bring you own paint on saturday and sunday for open play and its only 25$ to get in.
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mR.Lone Thursday, June 21st, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: May 16th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Crazy Dave's, All American, Three Rivers, Paintball Extreme, Riverside Renegades, and EMR
Review: This is a great field for pretty much anyone. First of all, i bought my gun at Punisher's Paintball, and for that i got a free 1 year membership to Urban Assault. When I went to play, the fields were very nice, and the staff was great. I went on a Sunday, so I was aloud to bring my own paint. I will Deff be back at Urban Assault to play again.
Last edited on Monday, October 20th, 2008 at 7:43 pm PST
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gamer9190 Sunday, June 10th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
2 years  
Last There: June 10th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
All American, Paintball Extreme
Review: To start off I will say that when I first went there it was terrible. This was around two years ago. One of the refs broke my gun while trying to adjust velocity.(dont ask me how)

But since then it has improved a lot. They have a much better staff than they used to. If you go on Sunday you can bring your own paint so you do not have to pay for their insane prices.

There is a very wide range of skill there so if you are new you will probably not be the only one.

The one big downside is that there is no proshop. Basically if your gun breaks and you need something you will have to get a rental.

I strongly urge anyone who has not been there for a while check it out again, it has improved a lot.
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spike8 Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
2 years  
Last There: April 29th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Review: Now let me start off by saying Urban Assault is the place to be.On saturdays and sundays if you get there before 930 you get all day free air.

the prices are all that follows:Session Fees

* Individual with semi (rental) $25.00
* Individual with Own Equipment $15.00
* Group with semi $20.00
* Group with own equipment $12.00
* Private game fee $200
* (Gurantees your group the Exclusive use of our facility for your session)

*Prices are subject to change and do not include applicable sales tax.



Open Games

Saturdays & Sundays

* 9:00 Am to 4:00 Pm
* $25.00 Entry Fee per player (NO Coupons)
* Bring your own paint!

If you use FIELD PAINT on Sundays:

* $20.00 ENTRY with rental equipment (Mask, Gun, hopper)
* $12.00 ENTRY with your own equipment
* When using field paint..coupons are allowed!

Tuesdays

* 6:00 Pm to 10:00 Pm
* $20.00 Entry Fee per player
* Bring your own paint

Team Practices

* 8am to 12 Noon on Sundays
* Minimum of 5 players
* $20.00 per player indoor field
* $25.00 per player outdoor field
* Reservation required one week prior to practice
* Bring your own paint

**No other discounts apply with bring your own paint days.




Memberships

Only $140.00 for the year!

* Unlimited sessions
* Free CO2
* Free HPA
* Play Indoor or Outdoors!
* Memberships can NOT be combined with any other discount days.



Call (724) 926-9000 and Reserve Your Session TODAY!


Paintballs

* 100 Rounds $8.00
* 200 Rounds $15.00
* 500 Rounds $30.00
* 1000 Rounds $55.00
* 2000 Rounds $80.00
* Buy 4 2000 Round Cases Get 5th one FREE !

CO2 & Compressed Air Fills

* 7.0 oz $3.00
* 9.0-12.0 oz $4.00
* 20 oz $5.00
* 24 oz $6.00
* 3000 PSI $4.00
* 4500 PSI $5.00
* All Day Air Per Bottle $10.00

Miscellaneous

* Jumpsuits $5.00
* Guppies/Pods $2.00
* Harness $5.00
* Upgrade gun rental $5.00
* Mask rental $5.00
* Rental packages available!



*Prices are subject to change and do not include applicable sales tax


Looking for a PACKAGE DEAL?

10 to 20 players Package

($50 per Player)

* Entry fee for a 4 hour session
* Semi-auto marker
* Mask/ goggle system
* CO2/HPA
* All Day Air fills
* Jump suit
* 300 Rounds of paint!





The hours are all that follows:Outdoor
7 days a week by reservation, Hours limited by daylight Please call to reserve fields and times other than Sunday open games.

Indoor
7 days a week, 24 hours a day ( Reservations between 12am and 7am require a 20 player minimum, Except open games.)

OPEN GAMES

* Saturdays & Sundays... 9AM to 4 PM (Outdoor)
* Tuesdays...6:00PM to 10:00 PM (Indoor)
* The game moves Indoor/Outdoor with seasons and weather

Team Practices

* 8am to 12 Noon on Sundays
* (Reservation 1 week in advance required)

and thats how cool urban is
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Caleb98 Monday, April 23rd, 2007
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Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: April 22nd, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
AAPP- million times better, but I would say AA is one of the best fields on the east coast
Prof. Lumpy's- has nicer fields and refs but not too many players turn out
Intense- Messy indoor, mean staff, lazy refs
Splat- all around better
3 Rivers- better
Review: Me and my friend Elliott had a case of paint left over from a tourney we wanted to shoot and since it's so hard to find BYOP fields and this one was, it wasn't a hard choice to play there.
The directions went to the indoor field, and once we got there and didn't see any cars, we thought it was closed but decided to call just in case and got ahold of the owner and he gave us directions...bits and pieces of directions. It took us 20 minutes to find the outdoor field when the owner said it was 10 minute trip...w/e so we go and find the bathrooms which are porta-crappers which were full...and I mean full. We paid our fees and the refs never made us fill out a waiver or even give us a safety briefing. Anyways we gear up and i get my tank filled up, they only have 3k fills. I saw they had a airball field that wasn't inflated and it being noon didn't think they were gonna fill it up. SO we started the day on a hyperball field. The field was set up like everyone was 3 feet tall. The back cans you could stand in, and a few bunkers at the 30 and 50 you could kneel in but the rest to not get shot in the head you had to lay down in...not a good idea. Then the "ref"(who was a player that decided not to play cause his gun broke) took us to the mounds field which is cool but isn't marked off so I got yelled at for leaving the "boundaries". They do a field rotation type of thing which was 1 game of hyperball, one of mounds, and one of woods, and if you wanna play a game of hyperball and they're playing woods...too bad. You gotta wait for the rotation to get back to hyperball. Cheating was a big issue, with the "ref" being lazy and walked to the paintchecks, and of course by then everyone was clean. In one game i bunkered a well known player at that field and then kept running to shoot another player out and got 4 in my back by the player i just bunkered and when i looked at him there wasn't any paint on his arm or hopper where i saw my paint break. Then my friend was on the same side as that same player and saw him wipe a mask hit, badly wipe and when he came off had smears all over the grill of his mask. The sides were uneven all day, it was me and 6 noobs vs. my buddy, the well known guy and 3 refs that decided to play and a noob. After a while I asked the acting ref to re-assign teams and he said they were "even enough".

Overall the field isn't spectacular, airball wasn't blown up, refs were horrible, cheating was bad, the owner had a foul mouth saying "mother-f#ucker" in front of me a bunch of times while I was waiting on airfills. It was nice getting to shoot my leftover paint but I'll never go again.
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maniac_baller_2 Monday, March 12th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years  
Last There: March 30th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
played at three rivers, which is very similar to urban, All american paintball park, if you are looking to play airball that is the place to go
Directions
to the Field:
map quest or call urban
Review: Start with pricing urban assault has great pricing for sessions, b-day parties, and open play, paint is the same as trp with 80 a case, and quality is usually not to bad different grade on what they get in. admission for open play is 25 and 10 for all day air. If you get there before 9 30 on sunday or 5 30 on Tuesday you get free all day air.

field indoor everyone says it is dirt but it is no more dirty than it was any other time. I have played here since i was 10 and yeah thats ten years, the field is no more dirty now then it was then. Also the upstairs is slippy but they have been putting stuff down to keep it less slippy. They also changed the entire set up of the indoor. It is now a hybrid of speed ball and woodsball which cause some intense action.

Outdoor field is way better than indoor. They have two woods field, castle, trenches, hyperball, air ball, also this year they took out lego and plan on building a second hyper ball. The outdoor runs the same times and deals. they also have tents for cover and plenty of shade. fields are big and well set up. I recommend outdoor for anyone who is looking to play a variety of fields and have a good time.

Service, the employees here are not the greatest, the refs really are not that active and seem to not stay involved with customers. They also do not make many calls. The people who play here and work behind the counter will help you with anything and are very friendly. If they could find some quality refs the field would be awesome.

with all american being a 10 i would rank urban as a 7

Update
Indoor season airball is up, and scenario is also running last weekend very good turn out on sunday, 50+ players, fun filled day stop up

Update
Outdoor season has begun, 50+ people for sunday open game, what a blast hope to see all back next weekend
Last edited on Monday, March 31st, 2008 at 1:08 pm PST
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donny262007 Wednesday, March 7th, 2007
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years  
Last There: March 6th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Proff. lumpys -
Crossfire --
TPA
all american
intense
emr
all these fields are 100 times better
three rivers
Directions
to the Field:
mapquest.
Review: I played the indoor last night and couldnt believe all the changes they made with the staging area. It was very clean, they added a game room also where the old pro shop was. They also lowered the price of paint to 55 a case. The course was pretty much the same EXCEPT they actually had the airball bunkers blown up! The turn out was a little low but the weather was not great. The ref working was friendly and very accomadating.The only thing I think they need to do something about is putting something down on the airball course to make it less slick, maybe some mulch or something. The upper deck of the scenario field really needs some carpet or something, like walking on ice. Overall I am really impressed with the improvements that urban has made on the indoor but they need to turn there attention to the field and somehow make it less slick.
Last edited on Sunday, January 20th, 2008 at 5:25 am PST
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Impulsevision55 Sunday, January 28th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
4 years  
Last There: January 27th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
All American Paintball Park, Operaton Paintball.
Directions
to the Field:
(TO INDOOR) from Bridgeville, get onto route 50 and drive until you see the exit (Gladden). Take the exit and follow 978 until it ends. Turn left onto Laurel Hill rd.. After the turn, you will see a sign that says Urban Assault Paintball Arena and which is where you turn right.
Review: The place is kind of a dump, but the course is a ton of fun. They are open 24 hours. The have open games on tuesdays, saturdays, and sundays. The prices are ok, paint isnt well priced. Although they keep all rules in affect which is good. You can order food for free delivery which includes pizza, burgers, fries. They also have drink machines and snack machines as well. They use to have a pro shop, but now its gone. The refs are very good. They have 2 indoor fields... A small airball field, and a huge arena with cans, wooden bunkers, houses, catwalks etc. The indoor course is a ton of fun although a little slippery. The bottom is made of regular rocks. There are 2 floors and 2 sniper spots. The outdoor fields are the best though. They have X-ball, airball, lego ball ( which are giant legos) hyperball, a castle, a trench course, and a woodsball course. My Favorite is the lego ball course.. The have good people their and it is a friendly enviornment. If you need your gun fixed. Take it here, they have good experienced people that can fix it for you. And Nitrogen and co2 fills are cheap. This place is good for birthday parties, group gatherings etc. They have horrible service their tho. The need more employees.. It used to be amazing there, but now not as good. They need a loan and some clean up to do. It is always wet and leaking.. But it is an ok course. i enjoy it and have fun there. So try all american paintball park.. but i go here for the convienience..
Last edited on Sunday, January 28th, 2007 at 7:42 am PST
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lilpro12 Saturday, November 11th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: December 5th, 2005
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Three Rivers paintball, Slippery Rock Paintball Field
Review: I am twelve and i live in Beaver county. So to get there my friends dad had 2 drive 2 hours which made him mad. but about the field. There are two floors and the second foor is a death trap and feels like u are on ice or a soapy floor. I feel many times and got shot. The refs were very rude to me and my friend only becuse we got out a lot because everyone there had bob longs and i had a diablo mongoose 2 and my friend had a sonix. About the refs. There is one ref out thre. EVerybody got shot at least once on the other team but the ref watched us not them. The whole game was spoiled because of cheating, and poor service.

To top it off the whole place was filled with smoke. Everybody there smoked and to tell ya now i hate that becuse u cant breathe. And the ref was proly high when he passed out. Look for the jerk in a fancy yellow jersey and his last name is fouch. If u see him kick his ya know what...



wow...it sucked
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boomerfd0 Sunday, October 22nd, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: October 21st, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
none i play mainly in the woods
Directions
to the Field:
mapquest
Review: ok first i get there and there is water everywhere. It had rained the day before and the whole place was leaking. I played on a Saturady where it was a $25 field fee and a $10 All-Day Co2. Well as im waiting on members of our group to get there so i decide to walk the coarse. It's about 50 yards long indoor. Now the way it is set up is nice but there is about 2 inches of paint everywhere u walk. Its like walking on soapy floors. There is a up stairs and a down stairs. After i walk the very slippery course i go to get my tank filled. He fills my tank half-full and they run out of Co2. so i have just paid $10 for a half filled 20 oz tank and no the did not refund. As our group arrives we play elimination 6 on 6. The ref stands way at the opposite end of the field and never comes in the field he stays behind the saftey net. He never paint checked. After that a huge group of 30 ppl come and they wont let us play with them the owner has a crude sense of humor. Any ways the field was not worth $25.00 the only plus of the day was it was B.Y.O.P and so much for all day air.
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