AIRSOFT AT BLASTCAMP
"At Blastcamp, our goal is to provide a fun and challenging day of game play
while focusing on the safety and integrity of our players"
"WOUNDED WARRIOR CHARITY GAME"
Saturday, May 17th
11-10cst - gates at 8am
Primitive camping opens Friday at 2pmcst
Pre-registration will guarantee you a patch and a shirt.
When you pay the day of the game shirts and patches
will be first come first serve.
The rules are as follows, 400fps for all AEGs, Gas, and Air system weapons. 500fps on bolt action snipers with 100ft engagement, 450fps on DMRs with 50ft engagement. Polar stars must have either locks or bags we can secure. Because of safety concerns and insurance reasons there will be a bb weight limit of .30 gram for all AEG, Gas and Air system weapons. Bolt action rifles will have no weight restrictions. This is a tribute game to the Soldiers who fought for us in the Gulf War.
Kuwait's invasion by Iraqi troops that began 2 August 1990 was met with international condemnation, and brought immediate economic sanctions against Iraq by members of the U.N. Security Council. U.S. President George H. W. Bush deployed U.S. forces into Saudi Arabia, and urged other countries to send their own forces to the scene. An array of nations joined the Coalition, the biggest coalition since World War II. The great majority of the Coalition's military forces were from the U.S., with Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom and Egypt as leading contributors, in that order. Saudi Arabia paid around US$36 billion of the US$60 billion cost.
The initial conflict to expel Iraqi troops from Kuwait began with an aerial bombardment on 17 January 1991. This was followed by a ground assault on 24 February. This was a decisive victory for the Coalition forces, who liberated Kuwait and advanced into Iraqi territory. The Coalition ceased its advance, and declared a cease-fire 100 hours after the ground campaign started. Aerial and ground combat was confined to Iraq, Kuwait, and areas on Saudi Arabia's border. Iraq launched Scud missiles against Coalition military targets in Saudi Arabia and against Israel.
Uniforms are as follows, US- tan, DCU, multi cam, etc... Iraq- US woodland, marpat, OD green, middle eastern garb, etc... Like always we will change over people to even out teams if need be, but lets try to stick to the requirements. Lets have a great day, raise lots of money for the best cause out there, and PLAY SOME AIRSOFT...
$40 - Admission and full facemask (if needed),
There will be rentals the day of the game..
$25 for the day and that includes mags and battery... all proceeds will go to OP-4 Group.
'What is OP-4" you say?
OP-4 is a group of military, reserve and civilian volunteers , who travel to different Army Installations to help with the training of ROTC Cadets.
We give our time freely and gladly to help insure the next generation of our military's leaders have every possible advantage.
OP-4's goals are nothing short of making sure our US Army ROTC Cadets are trained as best they can.
We found our niche by posing as live enemies in scenarios who can actually shoot back.
Using Airsoft, , OP-4 is able to engage in non-lethal, "live fire" trainings and exercises geared to teach tactics under pressure in the unrestricted changes of combat.
OP-4 is a group of volunteers and charges nothing for these trainings.
The proceeds will go to Replacement parts , New batteries and refurbished AEGs for the Cadets to use
2014 Airsoft Schedule
Sat. May 17th day with night ops 11am-10pm "WOUNDED WARRIOR Charity Game"
Sat. June 7th sgt. martyn Birthday game 10am - 5pm "TERMINATOR"
Sat. July 5th 6pm - 12am Theme TBA
Sat. August 16th NIGHT OPS 4pm - 11pm "BATTLEFIELD 4"
Sat. Sept 13th NIGHT OPS 4pm - 11pm "COBRA vs GI JOE"
Sun Oct. 5th 10am - 4pm "ZOMBIE game one"
Sat. Nov. 8th NIGHT OPS 2pm - 11pm "ZOMBIE game two"
Sat. Dec 13th 10am - 4pm "SANTAS REVENGE"
Gates open at 8am for all day games
Primitive overnight camping available
or check out Cobraairsoftlegion.com
Every player is responsible for knowing the rules and for teaching them
to any new person they bring to an event.
1. Minimum age to play is 10, anyone under 18 must have waiver signed by parent/ guardian. All players are required to sign a waiver and turn it to registration before they can play.
2. Eye protection must never be removed during game play. If your goggles become fogged, ask for a referee.
3. Weaponry must be made safe by removing the magazine and clearing the hop-up any time game play is not active.
4. Respect of property, equipment, and other players is required.
5. Homemade fireworks and pyrotechnics are not allowed. Commercially produced smoke grenades, pea grenades and similar items are allowed at the EO’s discretion.
6. Radio eavesdropping is not allowed unless permitted in the scenario by the EO.
7. Metal or glass ammunition is not permitted.
8. Real weapons, including firearms and large fixed blade knives, are not permitted on the field.
9. If you are hit, announce your hit and place kill rag on your head. Players are to follow game protocol on talking while dead.
10. If possible, "bang" kills for point blank shots should be offered for safety - maximum 3 players.
11. No overshooting or blind firing - always look before and while shooting
12. No running into or through buildings - floors are often slippery
13. No climbing, changing, or moving of trees, or any structures. Do not stick head or climb through windows.
14. Players should wear adequate clothing including personal protection
15. No verbal abuse, profanity, name calling, or slurs of any kind. No physical contact allowed.
16. Please do not shoot any animals or game personel
17. Alcohol and narcotics are not allowed at Blastcamp
Required safety gear for every player:
Weapons class and fps limits (measured with .2gr BBs):
Required EO field gear and EO procedures for events:
Private Airsoft games can be booked any day of the year
** - Groups will be charged for the 10 player minimum even if less than 10 players attend.
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