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Anyone Hit By A BB Is Out
If you are "hit" during a game, 1) immediately yell "HIT!" as loud as you can, 2) place an orange or bright red bandana (death rag) over your head, 3) walk back to the designated deadpool or respawn with the bandana clearly visible at all times. (Any rag, bandana, shirt, or bright cloth of the correct color is acceptable). When in doubt, call yourself out. Honor your hits.
Dead Men Don't Talk
Players are not allowed to influence the game after they have been eliminated. This includes giving away the position of OpFor, talking about objectives/strategies/tactics, etc.
Replica Weapon Hits Do NOT Count – When a player raises their marker, this means they are calling themselves out
Special Weapons Are Allowed – Flashbangs, Cold Smoke, Rocket/Grenade Launchers and Pyrotechnics are allowed but must be authorized and approved by S&F Paintball prior to use
Knife Kills/Barrel Tags Are Allowed
Players are allowed to "tap out" other players with rubber or plastic knives made for safe Airsoft use. Touch your opponent with your rubber knife and simply tell them that they're dead. Contact should be no more than a tap; there's absolutely no slashing, throwing, hitting or martial arts physical contact allowed. Contact must be made with a rubber or plastic replica of a knife, sticks and other objects do not work. DO NOT tap another player in the head, neck, face or groin. Players eliminated by this method should try and acknowledge their hit/death silently.
Respect The Field
Pack out everything you pack in and do not leave trash or cigarette butts.
Keep Your Cool
If you play airsoft for any length of time, you will get lit up, you will get overshot, and shot after you call yourself out. It is unfortunate that these things happens, but the only thing you can control is your attitude. If these things happen, approach the person or one of the leaders after the game and let them know. Do not yell, scream, or curse at the player, or take retaliatory actions (physical violence, shooting them back, or the like). If you do you will be asked to leave. If the person who did the offending action continues, they will be asked to leave as well.
Don’t Be A Jerk
This may sound offensive, but needs to be stated. We are here to have fun, compete, and have a good time. If you aren’t there for that, please stay home.
Approved full face, full seal eye protection required at all times while on the field. The seal of your mask/glasses is to never to be broken while on the field.Even if you are fogged up and cannot see well, do not take your mask off to clean it. This is the most vital piece of safety equipment you have. Use it well. Shemagh and scarves do not qualify as face protection
If you lose your eyewear, if you see anyone on the field without proper eyewear in place, call out, “blind man!” as loud as possible and stop play.Everyone on the field is expected to stop play and repeat "Blind Man!".Mag Out/Chamber Cleared – At all times in the staging area.
The Swamp has numberous CQB areas and potential for shooting at point blank range. If you do not want to get shot at point blank range, please do not enter such bunkers (mazes, the bus, buildings, ertc.) Safety Kill rules do not apply to CQB, but players may offer surrenders.No Full Auto In Buildings - Your replica MUST be shooting Semi Auto while in structures. No DMR's SAW's or Bolts in structures.
20 foot Safety Kill
Use safety kills judiciously. Switching to sidearm preferred. When you are too close in range to be comfortable taking a shot, you can call out "SAFETY KILL" on the player in your sights. Any clean shots with no cover under 30 feet are good candidates for safety kills. Do not call it unless the kill is already a given. Always honor safety kills when they are called on you just like honoring a "HIT". Safety kills can only be called on one individual at a time, not on entire groups. "SAFETY KILL" must be said loudly, as to simulate actually firing. Silence can only be maintained if you can tag the other player out. You must be able to point your replica and call "SAFETY KILL" on every person if there is more than one.
Sniper Safety Kill
Anyone acting as a sniper with an upgraded bolt action rifle over 400 fps (1.5j) should carry a sidearm that can be used alternately when engaging targets closer than about 60 feet. If you have no sidearm and find yourself too close to the opposing force, you may either a) call a safety kill, b) wait until they move to a safe range or c) relocate to a safe range. Do not fire at targets closer than 60 feet.
Blind Firing Not Allowed
Blind firing is when you hide behind a bunker and point your replica over the top or side without being able to see what you are firing at. Please do not do this.
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