Airsoft GB House Rules
Airsoft GB are all about making sure that our players have the best possible game day experience at our sites. In order for players to get the most out of their day we have come up with a list of easy to follow house rules to ensure that everyone stays safe at all times.
On the day itself you must sign a disclaimer which makes all of the below rules clear as well as a release. You can view a copy of this form here. It is important to remember that there is no substitute for common sense and discretion when using any Airsoft gun or pyro.
The essential Airsoft rules
- Always point your Airsoft gun in a safe direction when not in use. Do not aim at another person outside of gameplay.
- Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
- Always keep your gun unloaded until it is ready to use.
- When outside of the game zone, always remove your magazine and/or disconnect your battery, and shoot off the remaining BB in the chamber into a safe area on the game zone - simply turning on the safety is not enough.
- Wear proper eye protection AT ALL TIMES when playing with Airsoft guns. Full face masks are essential for any player under the age of 18 years old.
- No shooting at any birds or animals.
- You must wear a long sleeved top with your arms covered (most players play in camo gear).
- Snipers must have a pistol or similar weapon for close action.
- Only Pryos sold on site may be used and no one under 18 may buy pryos.
- TREAT ALL AIRSOFT GUNS AS IF THEY ARE REAL GUNS.
All guns that are not rented from us will be tested on arrival with our 0.20g bbs.
- AEGs max fps is 370.
- Bolt Action Snipers 500fps with .20 bbs.
- No shooting at another player that is closer than 3 metres (10 feet) when using an AEG, pistol or springer.
- Minimum shooting distance for a Sniper is 30 metres.
- No blind firing. You have to be able to see your target before shooting.
- Airsoft is a game of honour so take your hits, if in doubt take a hit.
- Rebounds do not count.
- Hits on guns do not count.
- When throwing a grenade shout ‘grenade’ as you throw.
- If you see that players are not taking hits, tell a marshal don’t yell and scream at them.
- The marshals have walkie talkies on channel 7 and have whistles.
- 1 whistle blow is start game, 2 blows are game over and three blows are stop play - keep eye protection on and await further instructions.
- If out in the playing area, eye protection must be kept on at all times.
Our number one rule!
Use your head and be sensible and you'll be sure to have an unforgettable day with a great bunch of people!