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BloodSport March 1st, 2009 17:22

Claybank Saskatchewan: Operation Mason Relic May 9, 2009
 

Counterfeit Combat is a relative newcomer to the Airsoft scene but stepped into the arena with two indoor CQB facilites in Melville Saskatchewan one year ago. One being 6000 sq ft, and the other being almost 60,000 sq ft. These facilites have been played and enjoyed by players from across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta with very good reviews.

Counterfeit Combat is now stepping into the outdoor game and has secured a highly unique location near Claybank, Saskatchewan. This was once home to a very successful brick manufacturing business. The brick plant opened in 1914 and ran until the 1960s producing some of Canada's finest brick products. Many of Canada's most beautiful Historical buildings still display the products that were produced in Claybank. It is now a national historic site that hosts thousands of visiters each year.

Counterfeit Combat owner, and game promoter Al "CamoGames" was granted permission to use this facility on May 9th for "Operation Mason Relic". This is an Airsoft event that will feature six of the best game writers & planners in Western Canada. It will also feature a number of military vehicles, pyro, great leadership, prizes, and more.

We sincerely hope you can attend what could be a once in a lifetime Airsoft event. Please explore this site for more details and visit our forum if you'd like to attend this game.

Visit: http://claybank2009.com/ for more information!

CamoGames has been working hard gaining access and use of this facility, over the past several months he and the following game admins have spent countless hours planning and organizing what will be one of the most unique games hosted in Western Canada.

Here's an early thanks to CamoGames and his crew of game admins for making this possible:
Bob "Darklen" - Red Deer, Alberta
David "Gish" - Calgary, Alberta
Mark "Paranoid" - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Casey "Demon" - Regina, Saskatchewan
Kim "Kimbo" - Calgary, Alberta
Davin "CharlieTango" - Winnipeg, Manitoba


Hope to see some Eastern Province Players out for this one!

BloodSport March 1st, 2009 17:25

http://claybank2009.com/photos/tunnel2-crop.jpg http://claybank2009.com/photos/tanks-crop.jpg http://claybank2009.com/photos/dirt-crop.jpg http://claybank2009.com/photos/walk-crop.jpg

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http://claybank2009.com/photos/badlands-crop.jpg http://claybank2009.com/photos/arch-crop.jpg http://claybank2009.com/photos/tunnel-crop.jpg http://claybank2009.com/photos/far-crop.jpg


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Shirley March 1st, 2009 17:36

Oh.... Lucky..You even get to use vehicles.

HeadlessChicken March 1st, 2009 17:40

Very Very Very Cool...

I need my full drivers license, take a few days off work, pack up everything I got...could be worth it, that place looks massive.

bodydropper March 1st, 2009 17:47

thats awesome! how long does it takes to get there from Toronto?

Amos March 1st, 2009 17:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by bodydropper (Post 930300)
thats awesome! how long does it takes to get there from Toronto?

2,759 km about 1 day 8 hours

It's a far drive.. but it'll be sure as hell worth it!!

Scarecrow March 1st, 2009 18:07

I think I just spooged...

SOCINCO March 1st, 2009 18:15

looks like this will be much bigger and better than BW2

Armedsask March 1st, 2009 19:49

Damn, I might have to buy a gun and check this out.

Mikhail March 1st, 2009 20:24

Just outa curiousity...how far from BC?

Schlyder March 1st, 2009 20:28

Yes this will be a very fun event. I hope it gets a huge number of people out for it. This will be very memorable, no matter how many show up though.
Hopefully the weather will be kind. It can still throw some crappy weather at you at that time of year. Normal lows, that time of year at night -3c to +4c. Highs +5c to 25c in the daytime. And there won't be leaves on trees. So bring appropriate clothing and gear for anything from -20c to +25c. Snow or rain.

Schlyder March 1st, 2009 20:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mikhail (Post 930418)
Just outa curiousity...how far from BC?

From Vancouver, probably 22 hours driving time depending how heavy your foot is.

Corpo March 1st, 2009 20:36

can you push the day back to after the 12th? lol... right in the middle of my florida vacation... fudge that place looks sweet

ahaley March 1st, 2009 20:43

oh my gawd.... i will be pretty pissed if i miss out on this

Gato March 1st, 2009 22:37

If this was a multi day even, I'd attend. As far as I can tell from the site though, it's only a day so I'm going to pass on this. If I'm wrong PLEASE elt me know :P


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