Here are a few tips when transporting your airsoft gear to and from an airsoft venue/event in the Philippines.
Here are a few guidelines on how to get the most out of your airsofting experience in the Philippines.
Being “hit” instantly takes you out of the game and you are no longer considered “in-play”..
There will be times that you may find yourself within arms reach of an opposing player. In these situations you can opt to go for a Knife kill. A knife kill is scored by tapping the intended target anywhere on his person (preferably on the back). This is meant to...
BANG! ….You’re dead! The Bang Rule is an option you can take if you find yourself in a situation where you have to take a shot at an opposing player who is within point blank range (3 meters or less) to avert inflicting potential injuries. How the Bang Rule works: You...
Point-blank range has come to mean extremely close "can't miss" range with a firearm. In airsoft game terms this is generally accepted to be 3 meters or less. Understand, that a typical airsoft rifle can potentially inflict serious injury at this range. Thus it is...
The medic rule is another optional rule you can integrate into your games. It adds another dimension to the game..
The following articles cover airsoft rules generally adopted by gamesites across the Philippines.
Do bear in mind that these rules are by NO means immutable. Rules may easily change from game site to game site.
As a rule of thumb, the rules adopted by the game host (typically referred to as house rules), trumps all other rules ( Rules discussed in these articles included). It is NOT cool to challenge your host’s house rules!. Remember, their house their rules!
With this said, It is always best to learn about your host’s house rules before playing to avoid any unwanted misunderstandings. This way everyone gets to have fun!
KEEP THE BB’s FLYING!