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Old January 17th, 2010, 21:02   #1
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Finding/Securing a Field

Looking for input as to finding/acquiring/securing a field.

Things like: ideal topography, approaching land owners, best waiver format, ...
pretty much anything to do with this topic.

All input, pos./neg., appreciated. Thanks.
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Old January 17th, 2010, 21:16   #2
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I definatly wouldn't go looking for any piece of land and just ask the owners. I'd ask around to my FRIENDS if they have a piece of land or if they know someone directly who does. When you involve friendship your a little less likely to get fucked over if someone gets a boo-boo on his property and stuff like that.
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Old January 17th, 2010, 21:44   #3
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Agreed 100% with Mitch; ask your friends first and, dare I say it, last.

If you want to get involved with having games on a field that isn't already used for paintball or airsoft, you're going to want to make sure you ass it totally covered. I would almost suggest getting a lawyer to draft/review the contract or M.O.U between the two parties.

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Old January 18th, 2010, 18:37   #4
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Hey nidan,

You know about Claybank, plus I have secured and used no less then 8-9 other places for Airsoft, and Paintball (long and short term)

I always use the direct approach to finding what I need. I find the location first, then I go after the owner for permission. You have to be very good, and fast at reading people. You have a very short time to make a good impression, and it better be the right one, or they will say no.

Sometimes when you do get a "no" it's for a good reason, even though it doesn't seem that way at the time. This happened to me a few times when I was opening one of my fields, but the location I ultimately secured was much better then the first ones it worked out very well.
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Old January 18th, 2010, 20:46   #5
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Thanks guys, Al, appreciate the input and shall keep an eye out for any new friends that may have some land. Definitely need to focus on a stonger waiver, ie. a line saying "if you don't understand what you have read, do not sign this waiver." And believe it or not, there a very few areas.......oh, just thought of one, car junk yard, nearby......
Thanks guys, gotta go!!
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