The Shootin' Range 1 topic

We view participation in our online communities on par in importance with attending regular Club skirmishes. When we're pitched in high-tension real world Skirmishes and stress levels are high, strong relationships with our teammates are what allow us to keep a cool head under pressure.

And the first step to participation is getting to know the folks around you. So please, come in and introduce yourself.

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Re: Woohoo! I get to be 1st
by Jamie Baynham
9 months 4 weeks ago
Yup, we all had to start somewhere. This category's for our newer members who need a hand with the day to day trials and tribulations of being in Hereford's most kick-ass Airsoft club.

So for those veterans out there, be nice. Be polite and most of all be patient.

For you new folks, please don't hesitate to ask any question, no matter how 'silly' you may think it is. This is the one place you can ask what you will and get the answers you need.

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Buying & Owning a RIF No topics


Beginners Guide No topics

If you have always wanted to own an Airsoft gun but have questions, you're in luck. We've got answers!

Most folks find the process of choosing a first Airsoft gun challenging to say the least. There's a ton of different types to choose from, and that's before you even make it to the loadout gear! Working together we can get those questions answered for you and get you on your way to skirmishing.

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The Legalities No topics

The adoption of the VCRA in 20006 in effect made it illegal to own a RIF of the kind used for participating in sports like Paintball and Airsoft. Since 2007 however, the Airsoft Defense allows you to legally purchase and own a RIF if you are at least 18 years old and a registered member of a Skirmish Site or Club who takes part in regular player vs player shooting events.

If you've still got questions however, this is the place to be.

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Weapons & Gear 1 topic

Choosing your main armament is one of the most important things you can do to help give you that edge on the skirmish range. You need a comfortable weapon that fits your play style.

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by Alec Beach
1 month 4 weeks ago

Sidearms No topics

When the chips are down, having a sidearm that's comfortable, fast and accurate can very often mean the difference between success and failure for yourself and your team.

This is one case where bigger is not always better. Speed of draw and accuracy of shot mean a lot more than looks. Come on in for wide ranging discussion anything sidearm related.

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Ok, you got your main weapon and a kick-ass sidearm, but do you have enough batteries on your person to ensure your guns stay operational throughout the entire skirmish?

Keeping your weapons working is every bit as important as having the right weapons in the first place. Wondering what you need to bring or have questions on choosing the right tactical gear? If so, here's you're place.

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Skirmishes No topics

Sometimes learning what you did wrong is as important as getting things right.

This category is for constructive criticism of team strategy. Critiques and comments on individual payer performance and ability is strictly forbidden and while we understand that as in all competitive sports, passions can run high, any form of attack on another member or any other person will not be tolerated.

Keep it clean. Keep it polite and let's help each other learn from our mistakes.

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