Worthing Airsoft

Next game: Sun 27th Oct 2019

 

Frequently Asked Questions

We get asked the same questions all the time, so we’ve answered them for you here. We’ll assume that you already have a rough idea of what airsoft is, but you can google it if not.

If you still have questions, or need anything clarifying, please feel free to contact us.

1: How much does it cost?

Our standard pricing is:

Walk on (own kit, includes lunch) £25

Half day (own kit, includes lunch) £20

Rental (Rifle, ammo, kit, lunch) £50 + £40 deposit

Prices are also shown at the bottom of the calendar page along with rental details. If the prices for a game differ from standard then they will be shown in the game details (click on a game in the calendar to display the game details).

2: When is your next game?

Have a look at the game calendar.

3: Do I need to book?

If you need rental equipment then we strongly recommend that you book in advance as we often have large groups renting equipment. We cannot guarantee sufficient equipment is available if you don’t book.

If you have your own equipment, there is no actual requirement to book, but an email or phone call would be helpful to help us plan games better.

4: Can I hire equipment?

Yes you can, but please contact us in advance to avoid disappointment.

5: Is there an age restriction?

We are insured for participants aged 12 upwards.

Children between the ages of 12 - 14 (Inclusive) will need to be accompanied by an adult on a 2:1 basis who must remain on site for the duration of play.

Participants under the age of 18 must be signed in by an adult at the start of the day. We have no upper age limit and generally have a range of old and young players.

We also run events which are slower paced and frequently see 'mature' players acting as force commanders in an HQ co-ordinating the front line troops with brew in hand, just like in real life.

6: Do I need a licence?

No – no such thing exists for the type of airsoft replicas which we use.

Since the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006 came into effect, the sale, import, manufacture and conversion of realistic imitation firearms became heavily restricted. Most of the airsoft replicas we use are classed as realistic imitation firearms and an exemption was passed to permit their sale, import, manufacture and conversion for legitimate airsoft use. Sellers will require some sort of solid proof that the buyer qualifies before selling one, this is where an entry on UKARA’s database comes in handy. See our UKARA page for more details of how to get one.

7: Can I come and watch?

Of course! We always welcome anyone who pops down to the site on our open weekends and you are welcome to put some eye protection and a hi-vis on and go and watch for a bit. We are well known for our welcoming and hospitable nature, especially towards new players and most people love showing off their kit.

8: Can I bring my own gun?

Yes you can. We will ask you to fire a few test shots through our chronograph at the start of each day to confirm it is operating within the site’s power limits. We will do this using your ammo and compare the results to a chart. This is the only way to give a realistic representation of your gun’s muzzle energy as it will be fielded. Long barrelled weapons such as sniper rifles will produce a much lower energy when firing a 0.2g BB than the energy they produce when firing a heavy BB from the same setup.

Bloody Marvellous. We all had a great time and we'll be visiting again soon.

- Dave Harris

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