• Site Rules

    Safety 

    by Published on 23rd March 2012 10:30 PM

    A full safety briefing will be given each and every day - if you have any questions, please ask an organiser who will be happy to help.

    Even if you have played many times, and heard the safety briefing over and over, please remain quiet so that the new players around you can hear. It could be you who suffers if you prevent others from hearing the safety rules.

    Approved safety masks or glasses must be worn at all times entering, leaving and within the play areas. If your own eye protection is not considered appropriate you can be loaned (free of charge) a pair of suitable glasses/goggles. Your eye protection should be on until a site organiser has advised otherwise. 'Goggle lifting' during games is not acceptable. If you are steamed up, speak to a site organiser who will assist you and allow you to return to the game after clearing your goggles safely.

    Any discharging of guns in safe areas may result in immediate expulsion.

    Only pyrotechnics approved or provided by us can be used on the site. Pyrotechnics (smoke and BB grenades) can only be sold to and used by players aged 18 or over, it's the law. If you are bringing your own pyrotechnics, please check with a site operator before using them. Home-made or home-modified pyrotechnics are illegal, anyone found to be using such items will be escorted from the site and permanently banned.

    Areas of the site of potential risk are out of bounds. These areas will be identified in the safety briefing and marked on the site maps (supplied to each team at the beginning of the day where required).

    Aiming/pointing lasers are not permitted due to the prevalence of illegally high-powered units readily available outside the UK. If you wish to keep one attached to your RIF, we may ask you to remove the batteries.

    Replica knives/bayonets are permitted only for authenticity of a loadout and should remain sheathed at all times. Multi-tools are also permissible for field-craft purposes. Brandishing a bladed weapon or using one irresponsibly in any way will get ejected from the site and reported to the police.
    by Published on 17th April 2012 06:59 PM

    The minimum age to play is 16, unless both the following conditions are met;

    i) You are accompanied by a playing adult (over 18) where you must be at least 14 years of age,
    ii) Your accompanying guardian has signed the insurance disclaimer on your behalf,

    Anyone under the age of 18 must not attempt to purchase or use pyrotechnic devices.

    We reserve the right to ask for proof of age for any persons prior to them playing or purchasing age-restricted items.
    by Published on 23rd March 2012 10:30 PM

    Site limit are 350fps for all AEG's, measured with .20g BB's - this is an absolute limit and players are suggested to aim for 328fps when upgrading their AEG's (to allow for a 10% margin of error)

    Single action rifles (e.g. sniper rifles) up to 500fps are permitted with a minimum engagement distance (MED) of 20m. If using such a rilfe, you will be asked to gauge a distance while on-site to ensure you are able to accurately gauge a safe engagement distance.

    We ask that all members who wish to use an upgraded bolt action rifle to have either completed the on-site sniper awareness course or be supervised by a member of site staff during the game day in order to ensure the MED rules are obeyed.

    AEG's locked to semi-auto are permitted up to 400fps. The MED noted above must be observed and the mechanism by which the AEG is restricted will be inspected by a site official to ensure consistent operation.

    Guns will be chronoed with .20g BB's.

    Guns that fail by any margin (even 1fps) will not be able to be used.

    Velocity reducers are not permitted.

    There is no limit to BB weight except for when chronoing.
    Any attempt to flout these limits or the minimum engagement distance will result in expulsion from the site.
    by Published on 23rd March 2012 10:25 PM

    We can hire out a limited amount of equipment (AEG, mask/goggles), but insist that all players wear sensible footwear - military boots, walking boots or workwear boots are a must.
    Whilst on the site you agree to being photographed, video recorded or having your image captured by any other means. These images may be published and distributed via the internet or in any other medium for promotional purposes.
    Player safety and security will always take precedence over gaming.

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