I did read your request to allow a weapon firing over 400 fps. At this time I could not agree.
As written below: "The operators given the privilege had attended many events where their great attitude, honorable actions, and control levels justified some consideration. While allowing them to carry a bolt action rifle which fires greater than the field limit, they are not allowed to fire at any target closer than 100 feet, and are required to carry a pistol which is what they switch to when a target is closer than 100 feet."
I do hope that you will consider attending a few events so that those here get to meet you, and will see for themselves that you demonstrate due control.
The field is private property. We allow guests on scheduled days such as Mission Days. Occasionally we have team challenges, or OPs, or other events, these are often by invitation, but they will be posted on the calendar.
Currently we will hold our Missions Day events on each 2nd Saturday of the month. These are open to the public. All operators must have a waiver on file. Anyone not 18 must have a parent sign their waiver on site. We start between 0800 and 0900, and will end by 1600.
All operators will be assigned to a team when they arrive. This often depends upon uniform color/type such as Woodland BDUs vs. ACU, etc. We often divide the teams by those wearing a cover vs. those with shemaghs. Either way we look for team balance. Those operators arriving as a team, (2 or more), are asked to wear like uniforms including cover or shemagh. We ask that operators bring both to make team balance easier.
Well, . . . that should answer it. Let me know, . . .
"first thanks for the join nice to find somthing local. if somone could tell me about sniper fps i have a svd draganov and l96a1 wats the fps also i have a ghillie suit are those aload and also co2 m9"
To help me along with any confusions; I will define a sniper as an operator who shoots targets from concealed positions and at distances exceeding the capabilities of regular personnel. Snipers have specialized training and distinct high precision rifles. Most Airsoft operators perform more as Designated Marksmen (DMs).
I believe you are asking about the FPS limits and rules for any weapon firing higher than our field limit of 400 FPS using .20 or .25 gram BB's.
The standard for our field RULES can be found HERE at this link.
We have had only a couple operators on our field who have been allowed to carry weapons which fire over the 400 FPS limit. Our team abides by the same rules as the guests who visit. Those operators who had been given allowances are not on our Diamond Corps team.
The operators given the privilege had attended many events where their great attitude, honorable actions, and control levels justified some consideration. While allowing them to carry a bolt action rifle which fires greater than the field limit, they are not allowed to fire at any target closer than 100 feet, and are required to carry a pistol which is what they switch to when a target is closer than 100 feet.
Any weapon you bring whether an AEG or Bolt or Gas or Spring must be under 400 FPS with your choice or either .20 or .25 gram BB's. CO2 is fine. Gillie suits are fine.
I hope I covered everything, . . . if not let me know.