Scattered throughout the season these are more elaborate games for advanced and intermediate level players. Try it! If you don't feel comfortable jump into an open game.
The below packages are available at the field on Fridays*, Saturdays and Sundays, no reservations are required for open play. You can just show up and register/pay at the door.
We accept: Cash, Debit &
* During Spring and Summer
Email usif you're interested in becoming a home team.
There are some rules that must be followed and our staff has been trained to handle airsoft related questions. These rules are as follows:
Every player is responsible for knowing the rules and for teaching them to any new person they bring to an event.
Anyone under the age of 18 years old must wear a full face mask.
Eye protection must never be removed during game play.
Weaponry must be made safe by removing the magazine and clearing the hop-up any time game play is not active.
Respect of property, equipment, and other players is required.
Homemade fireworks and pyrotechnics are not allowed. Commercially produced smoke grenades, pea grenades and similar items are allowed at the EO's discretion.
Radio eavesdropping is not allowed unless permitted in the scenario by the EO.
Metal or glass ammunition is not permitted.
Real weapons, including firearms and large blade knives, are not permitted on the field.
Required safety gear for every player:
Full seal, ANSI Z87.1+ rated goggles with a retaining strap such as those found in paintball masks or Wiley-X's. No shooting glasses or wire mesh allowed.
Red rag for call hit
Weapons class and fps limits (measured with .2gr BBs):
AEGs, pistols, and support weapons: Max 400fps, no MED. If possible, bang kills for point blank shots should be offered for safety. Support weapons must be based on a real support weapon and AEGs with drum magazines are not allowed.
DMR (semi-auto): Max 450fps, 50' MED. Must be permanently altered to semi-auto only.
Sniper Riffle (bolt action): Max 600fps, 100' MED. Must carry secondary weapon capable of lesser class fps.
Required EO field gear and EO procedures for INAC events:
Staff must chronograph all weapons entering the event. Typical system is to average 3 shots. Full auto weapons over 400fps are disqualified - they may not be switched to semi-auto for the day.
Staff must supply .20gr BBs to be used at the chronograph.
Staff must perform a safety inspection of basic player kit, includes goggles, water and red rag.
AEG - Automatic Electric Gun
DMR - Designated Marksman Rifle
EO - Event Organizer
FPS - Feet per Second
MED - Minimum Engagement Distance