What is Airsoft?

Have you ever heard of paintball? Airsoft is similar except there is no paint involved and uses smaller plastic pellets. Here at VIPAirsoft, we regulate all of the equipment brought into the field for safety and to ensure our players are having fun!

Official Field Rules

  1. ALWAYS wear eye protection in and around the arena
  2. Keep your gun pointed in a safe direction with your finger OFF the trigger
  3. Fighting will NOT be tolerated. Physical or verbal
  4. Aim for a center of mass and avoid the head of face
  5. DO NOT shoot lights, speakers, signs, cameras, or fire safety equipment
  6. DO NOT shoot at the props, fog machines, laser light machines or other game enhancers. They are there to give you a better experience, not as targets.
  7. DO NOT climb on the walls, windows, scaffolding or banisters
  8. NEVER walk into the field while games are in play
  9. Take the magazine out of your gun when not within the field walls
  10. Respect your referee and other players
  11. Do not shoot other players within the 10ft surrender distance.
  12. Referee staff hold the right to separate players into whatever team designation they deem appropriate and necessary for the given session in play for any reason. 

The History of Airsoft

Don’t be fooled by the name of the sport. The name was coined by the Daisy BB gun company to market a newly created BB gun rifle using plastic projectiles contrary to their usual metal ball bearings. These new plastic BBs were safer to shoot at opposing players with. The game has since expanded to the sport it is today with more sophisticated guns, more accurate guns, and safer BBs.

If you still have questions, please do not hesitate to call our staff or visit our location! We’d be glad to show you the facility, the equipment, the arena, and explain any concerns you may have.