How to Join?

Want to join us? We are currently looking for new and experienced players who fit into the proper age groups as stated in the rules on our homepage.

In order to join you will first need to play a minimum of 4 times with us, so we can asses your skills and attitude towards the game and the other players.


New members should have the following:
1) Their own primary AEG rifle, GBB sniper rifles are permitted as a primary.

2) An understanding and acceptance of the general rules and policies involved when playing Airsoft.

3) Knowledge of proper gun handling and safety.

4) Willingness to support and assist in the growth of the sport.

5) Honour, this is important, we need to be able to trust you on and off the field.

6) Means of Transportation, while we know not everyone owns a vehicle or has a driver license, we do like to switch up drivers and car pool to events and games. If you have no means of transport, then the ability to help pay for gas is appreciated.

7) Sense of humour, we like to joke, if you cant handle them….. oh well tough luck!! Were mercenaries not mice!!

8) No outstanding warrant(s)/priors, last thing we want is the S.W.A.T. team showing up during a game to collect you and thinking your digging in with your friend’s for a battle.

Airsoft Rules

Like all sports Airsoft does have rules. These are some of the general rules we follow. (please note these may vary from field to field):
1) You need to be at least 16 years of age to play with parents signed consent form till you are 18 years of age.

2) You need to be at least 18 years of age in order to buy an Airsoft gun; current players and members will not sell nor trade guns with players under 18.

3) Proper safety gear (i.e. – goggles) must be worn at all times when outside the neutral (safety) zone(s).

4) At all times when in the neutral zone guns must be kept clear and empty of bb’s, please clear your gun prior to returning to the neutral zone from a game.  Any shooting into or out of the neutral zone will not be tolerated.

5) The honour system plays a large part in this game, if you cant play by the rules, and be honourable in the game, then please do not come out.

6) Calling outs, once again back to honour. Due to no paint marks being left on you when hit, we ask that all players call out and mark themselves with an orange/red flag when hit by bb’s (ricochets do not count, unless from a grenade) or within 2 arm lengths of a dummy (prop) grenade.

7) All guns will need to be chroned for safety reasons, and any guns shooting above approved speeds will need to be reduced, or they will not be allowed for use.

8) Don’t be a jerk, we are all out to have fun, if you have a problem with another player try to settle it personally between just the two of you, if this does not work then please approach one of the game organizers. DO NOT make a scene and ruin everyone else’s fun, you will be asked to leave if this happens whether in the wrong or not.

9) If you are unsure whether or not you were hit, call yourself out to be safe (see rule 5). This is better as most of the time you may actually be hit and did not hit the shot. Also, in the event the shooter knows he/she hit you and you did not call out, this will prevent any fights or arguments during and after the game (see rule 8). Players who do not call out and are caught multiple time will be asked to leave and not allowed to return, if using a rental and this happens any funds paid will not be refunded.

10) Have Fun, Meet New Friends, Learn, Live, AND MOST OF ALL: EXPERIENCE AIRSOFT TO IT FULLEST.

What is Airsoft?

Airsoft is a revolution to the war game genre. Similar to Paintball, yet with out all the sticky paint and huge welts. It uses life like 1:1 replicas of firearms used worldwide by armed forces as well as police companies, and also fire non-lethal plastic bb’s. The weapons are not able to discharge genuine ammo nor can they be converted to do so, therefore they are considered a. Plaything (This does not indicate that they are treated as a plaything). Security devices is required in all time when making use of an Airsoft weapon.

Airsoft came from the states back in the very early 80’s but due to lack of interest back then moved overseas to Japan and also China.
where it exploded right into the huge market it is today. Guns of all kind and make are being reproduced for the milsim fanatics out.
there that have crowded to Airsoft from all walks of life, several new players have left the paintball scene to join the realism and also.
enjoyment of milsims (Substitute battles, miniature wars).

Utilizing publications of various dimensions allowing players to restrict and set-up sensible games where precision and top quality is much more.
essential then the amount of paint that can shoot, makes for a cooler and also fun day for every ages and type of gamer.

Gamers big and small appreciate this sporting activity with each other, as stealth and teamwork become an important as well as huge part of milsims and also entertainment play. Urban play is likewise becoming more prominent as fields develop communities and towns for capture the flag, captive, and also even simply straight attack as well as safeguard.

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