$tealth wrote: Hamster wrote:
Outgunned53 wrote:Ruins the MILSIM atmosphere. Wish there was a place that was more Militaristic.
There was no MILSIM atmosphere in the first place.
Search somewhere else.
And people only go there to shoot each other and try to find an excuse to exercise.
And what's militaristic about children shooting each other in a warehouse with pink/black AR-15s?
There really isn't any milsim to it, occasionally there are a couple people that are sort of trying to do milsim of sorts, but for the most part (at least when I'm there) it's more laid back and not very serious. Which ends up making some pretty funny scenes when it gets down to 3 or 4 people.
Our open play is not set up to be MILSIM, if you want MILSIM then you need to come to one of our MILSIM events. We have talked to Matt from AP and have offered to do a AP night on a regular schedule so that you guys can get in some MILSIM, if you are interested let us know what days and times would be best for you. We have also just put in a full high end pistol and rifle range and are working on a full electronic IPSC Shooting course for your training needs. You can complain or you can let us know what you want and we can set it up for you and your team. We have many teams that train here (including law enforcement) that have no complaints, the only complaints come from players that come to open play looking for a MILSIM event. Open play is meant to bring in more players to the sport of airsoft and for just having a good time.
The OAA (OREGON AIRSOFT ARENA)