McNair wrote:AndyC -
All of the "CQB" places we have here are all indoor.
The few fields we have that are outdoor and have structures all use normal outdoor rules for the most part, but they're generally single room structures. I believe I've only played on one "field" with buildings that had multiple rooms and they used the semi indoors and no LMG fire indoors, only out the windows and into the windows.
The only others I've played at were in California which used the same concept.
AndyC wrote:This is interesting. We have a new cqb arena here where I live and the fps limit is 400 w/.20 if firing indoors, semi-only(there's a small outside area also), LMG's must be deployed and short-bursts only outside firing into the structures. No LMG's indoors. I question the chrono being used though. They are using what appears to be an archery chrono and contesting chrono results is not allowed. I don't own a chrono so I have no idea what the 'actual' fps is. I don't mind the fps or lmg rules too much but they are getting more and more strict it seems. I am now getting rid of a new rifle because of them. With my work schedule, I just don't have time to address the rifle and make it sub-400fps and there are no techs in my area. Just went back to my ICS L85 which is great for the arena.
Matt wrote:I can't see why they wouldn't just go with lower FPS across the board and allow everyone to shoot full auto. Semi auto rules are always broken. We buy these damn things because they shoot full auto, kind of stupid if we can't use it.
I'm not sure on archery chronographs, but I do know that the popular Paintball Radar chronographs are not calibrated for Airsoft. They will give bad readings on anything over 400.
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