Transporting Airsoft Gear

Transporting Airsoft Gear

When transporting your airsoft equipment, it is recommended to;   1. Keep it discreet. Never display your airsoft fireams in Public. It is recommended to wear plain CV’s (Civilian clothes) when travelling to and from an airsoft gamesite or an event.  Whenever...
Airsoft Etiquette

Airsoft Etiquette

Here are a few guidelines on how to get the most out of your airsofting experience. PRE-DEPLOYMENT Be punctual Always arrive on a game site or event well ahead of time. Give yourself time to do last minute checks on your gear. Be prepared to deploy Don’t be that guy...
Hit Rules

Hit Rules

BASIC HIT RULE A hit (also commonly referred to as a “kill” and sometimes a “frag”) is scored against your person when: You are struck by a BB on any body part or any equipment on your person as a result of direct or indirect fire. You are tapped for a knife kill....
Knife Kill Rule

Knife Kill Rule

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 Rule

Bang Rule

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...
Engagements at Point Blank Range

Engagements at Point Blank Range

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...
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