Getting shot by friendly fire is an all too common occurrence in airsoft games. The risk of being shot by your own team mate runs specially high during CQB (Close Quarter Battle) airsoft games were the cramped environment forces you to engage targets while in close proximity to other members of your team.
Every so often, you would have people standing directly behind your trying too squeeze off a shot and ends up shooting you in the back or people running in front of your sector of fire just as you send BBs down range.
If this sounds, like the kind of situation you and your airsoft buddies are constantly running into (more than you care to admit), then you might want check out this video on youtube by Eli Feildboy, the founder of Project Gecko. In this video Eli talks about what we can do to prevent friendly fire by diving into the details of footwork, body contact and positioning in any situation.
Is this something you can use to improve your airsoft game play? Tell us what you think? Post your comments below.