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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, February 24th, 2019

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivals, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.
*** We are operating on shortened winter hours, if no one shows by 2:00 PM, more than likely we will be closing early.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Sub machine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 Powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, January 6th, 2019

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivals, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Sub machine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 Powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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This section is for all out of state commerce based buy, sell, or trade posts.

- Use common sense when conducting transactions.
- Scammers will be promptly removed, banned, and/or identified to players in both state communities.

Michigan Airsoft or other connected organizations will not be held responsible for transactions of any kind. Buy, sell, or trade at your own risk.

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Out of State Commerce - Airsoft Guns Allowed / Commerce Rules
« on: December 27, 2018, 05:20:30 PM »
You can sell guns again, so feel free to post but follow the rules.

Please use WTB, WTS, FS, or WTT in the subject heading, this helps speed and accuracy on what you want to give or get!!

FS = For Sale
WTB = Want To Buy
WTS = Want To Sell
WTT = Want To Trade

If you have sold something/gotten rid of it, or are no longer offering it on these forums please put SOLD or DELETE ME in your subject's heading (just go to the top post, edit it - it has to be your post you started) and I or another moderator will take care of it.

If you have multiple items to sell, but miss them in the initial post, please list them in your most recent active thread. You may use the modify button to edit the description and message in your first post of the thread. Then add a reply to the thread to bump it back to the top. This will help to keep all recent listings on -Page 1-. Do not bump a thread more than once in any 24 hour period. You may engage in conversation when addressed, but successive posts count as bumping. Again, to add information to an existing thread without bumping it, modify the original post.

If you want to add a second thread for items you want to buy that is permissible. Please limit yourself to no more than two (2) active commerce threads at any given time, one for selling and one for buying. In fairness to other sellers/buyers, please limit the number of your active commerce threads so all recent listings will be visible on -Page 1-.
(Edit-frostee, 12/29/07)

Addendum: This thread is for players to sell guns out of their personal collections. If you're trying to make a business out of selling guns, your posts belong in the reseller announcements forum.

Addendum: 1 bump per 24 hour period.

Addendum: Threads marked SOLD or DELETE ME, will be locked and deleted after 24hr period.

Credit goes to Luke213 for the original post.

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Out of State Commerce - Airsoft Guns Allowed / Shipping Guide
« on: December 27, 2018, 05:17:07 PM »
Credit goes to thedeisel for creating the original thread on the original MiA Proboards forum.

http://miairsoft.proboards.com/thread/39480/shipping-guide

Recently I have gotten PM's on both MIA and AO on how to ship things.
Some people don't ship because they don't know how, or are afraid to deal with shipping.
Depending on what you ship, you may save time and money compared to driving to a city.

Lets get of to the basics; shipping services.

USPS: a very cheap and easy method to ship small to large items. It tends to be a pain to ship large items with no box(like a rifle). They offer tracking that is delayed for a couple dollars, and insurance. I always go priority for a few dollars more so the buyer gets it in a few days. ;D

DHL: don't even use them, they are a waste of time. They are dirt cheap, but takes them over a week to ship something that normally takes a couple days. They tend to half-ass things by handing it over to USPS without any tracking or notification.

UPS: very good shippers, and fast too! They offer packing for a few extra dollars, so it's very convenient for rifle shippers. but it costs twice as much as USPS to ship something. But all packages come with "Free" tracking that is very up to date, and $100 insurance that can be increased for some extra pennies.

Fedex: They are good shippers. They are like UPS, but some differences. Their shipping is a little slower than UPS, and their tracking is a little slower than UPS, but way faster than USPS. ;)

Before you post your ad, check all the shipping services to find which you think would be best for that item. Their websites offer shipping calculators to figure out what the costs would be. Then add that to your asking price. but don't go too high, or people think your prices are insane. Keep your shipping/item price balanced.

USPS' calculator: http://www.usps.com/tools/calculatepostage/welcome.htm?from=home_header&page=calculatepostage

DHL's calculator: http://dct.dhl.com/input.jsp?langId=en

UPS' calculator: https://wwwapps.ups.com/ctc/request?loc=en_US&WT.svl=PNRO_L1

Fedex's calculator: https://www.fedex.com/ratefinder/home?cc=US&language=en&locId=express

*NOTE* DO NOT SHOW YOUR GUN IN PUBLIC! ENCLOSE IT IN A BOX OR CASE. ASK THE SHIPPER IF THEY SHIP AIRSOFT GUNS FIRST.
They will say yes, but pulling out a gun without asking is a big NO.

When you ship it, do not just use the gun's box. The manufacture's box is not designed to be shipped by itself. get a bigger box for that one, and fill it with packaging peanuts. DO NOT EAT THE PEANUTS.   ::)
Make sure you have everything in the box before you tape it with packaging tape. And fill out the address on a piece of paper like this, and take it to the shipping service. some will just type it in the computer, and some just have you tape it on the package. I like to have it just in case.


I have sent/received hundreds of packages, and after a while you'll get the hang of it.

If you ship a pair of goggles, batteries, or even a pistol, I would use a USPS Priority Flat Rate Box for a couple of dollars, and add tracking.

For rifles I would use UPS for the convenience, and fast services. Remember the buyer can give you bad feedback for shipping badly. He's not paying $200+ to get a gun that takes a week to get to his door. ;)

And any gun I ship either a pistol or rifle, I add insurance.

If you still need help, you can PM me, or ask your local shipper for assistance. They would be happy to help you. ;D

I hope you try shipping, and enjoy this guide.

And I hope more people will expand their ads by offering more options that will attract more buyers, Which will sell your item faster.

Thank you,

- thedeisel

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All users are encouraged to read this section before posting.

First and foremost it's not Michigan, Indiana, or Illinois Airsoft selling items, it's individuals. We can't control effectively who uses this area, so if someone posts something for sale someone on staff may know that person but more often than not we don't. And since the platform as a whole is far less active than it was in the past there is little way to know the guys selling. As a buyer or seller it's your responsibility to protect yourself and do your best to check into guys. But at the end of the day there is always an element of risk to buying and selling and by using this you assume that risk.

Second, use paypal when possible DO NOT USE FRIENDS AND FAMILY, honestly I know guys don't want to pay the fees etc. But if you use Friends and Family you get ZERO paypal protection. Is it fine most of the time yeah, until it isn't. I've had guys I trusted fail to deliver using friends and family I have zero need to ever use it again when buying something and I'd highly recommend you not using it either.

Third, if possible meet up in person to be able to look over the gun. In almost all cases I've bought a used airsoft gun something has been wrong that wasn't disclosed. Sometimes the guy knew, sometimes he didn't have the experience to know, and who knows what accounts for the other times. But being able to check out the gun/gear in person solves that problem. Also if possible go somewhere you can see it shoot and hear the mechbox if applicable etc. If you can't then take a note from the guys online who show a video of the gun functioning, then you can hear, and see some more things than pictures will show you.

Last but not least if a deal sounds too good to be true then please exercise additional caution. I know everyone wants a deal but just like you're unlikely to "get a million dollars by filling out a facebook quiz" it's highly unlikely you'll see an $800 gun for $100 in perfect working order. I'm not saying it doens't happen, but it's infrequent so if you see a good deal put up your shields a little harder to insure you're protected. And keep in mind while we all enjoy the hobby at the end of the day look out for yourself as no one else will, it's your responsibility to try and insure things go well. .

~ Copied from the MiA commerce section by Luke213.

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Airsoft Events / SCN: Operation: Little Tail (WoD4) - 04/27/2019 @ HITW
« on: December 25, 2018, 11:02:16 AM »
Operation: Little Tail
War on Drugs: Campaign Four (El Salvador)

Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Hole in the Wall Paintball
24262 66th Street
Bangor, Michigan 49013


Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $30.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card On Site), $20.00 (PayPal Prepay).
Prepay (PayPal) Information: armoryairsoft@gmail.com (Due By: 03/20/19).

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Walk-On Registrations: Post in the official event thread with your name, call-sign, home team, age, and what faction you would like to play on. Payment will be made at field registration, cash only. No credit card sales.

- All walk-on registrations must have a signed-dated waiver before participation. Additional waivers will be available at event registration.

Prepay Registrations:Please paypal the registration amount to armoryairsoft@gmail.com. Please include your name, home team, age, and which faction you would like to play on.

- Please mark all prepays with the subject "Little Tail Registration".
- Please print your PayPal payment conformation and bring it to registration! This is proof you prepaid!
- All prepay registrations must have a signed-dated waiver before participation. Additional waivers will be available at event registration.

Event Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 9:00 AM, Saturday, April 27th.
Event Briefing/Field Walk On: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:30 AM/
Lunch Period: To Be Announced.
Game Resumes: 1:00 PM.
Event End: 5:00 PM.

For the full event story line, please see the information located at the bottom of this post.

Factions and Uniform Requirements:

Salvadoran National Police: M81 Woodland, MARPAT, Woodland DPM, Tiger Stripe, OD Green, and Alpenflage.

Sinaloa Cartel: Multicam, Three Color Desert, Six Color Desert, and Arid MARPAT.

Los Zetas Cartel: ACU, ABU, Black, Urban, Contractor, and Civilian (Street Clothing).

- Mismatched uniforms are not allowed under any circumstances.
- Uniforms that follow either a green based pattern or a tan based pattern, but are not listed will be automatically be placed with a faction of similar color. Message for details or information.
- 'Contractor' (Private Military Contractor) is defined as khaki colored pants and a black top. No exceptions.
- 'Civilian Clothing' is defined as standard street clothing. No camouflage is allowed if using this option.
- Ghillie Suits are allowed on either faction.
- Gear color is irrelevant to uniform/faction requirements for all players.

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 549.9 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) not not apply to this.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of game play.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Submachine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Additional amounts of ammunition or personal items may be left at prospective team respawn location (at your own risk).
- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, campsites, etc).

Bang Kills:

- No bang kill regulations of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- No surrender rules of any kind will be in place for this event.

Respawn Rules:

- Each team has a separate respawn location on opposite areas of the field.
- Respawn times will vary based on factions. (Green Team - 10 minutes, Tan Team - 15 minutes)
- Clocks are located at the spawn point for each team.
- Players are prohibited from assaulting either respawn location.
- Respawns are located outside of all field borders.

Lost-Found Items and Stolen Property Policy:

- Hole in the Wall Paintball LLC and/or affiliates will not be held responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen property of any kind on field grounds.
- Participants are strongly advised to not take unnecessary items onto field grounds or playing areas.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Removal of 'chronograph' or velocity tag on replica.
- Refusal to submit for a 'Spot Check' of velocity.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Repeated incidents of unsportsmanlike like conduct.
- Theft of field, affiliate organizations, or private property of any kind.
- Unauthorized (unregistered) field entry.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.

* Since 2009, Hole in the Wall Paintball participates with multiple event hosting organizations for the maintenance of a statewide participant blacklist and event ban list. Participants committing particularly grievous acts against the community, players, or hosting organizations will incur a ban from all participating event organizations including affiliated out of state locations.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Flash Light / Tactical Light [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Storyline:

The ‘War on Drugs’ is a loosely used and general term for a set of international legislation, prohibition, financial assistance, military aid, and conflicts both regional and internal with the stated goals of reducing the global illegal drug trade (narcotic and/or controlled substance black market), reduction of drug related crime and violence, and reducing the consumption of illegal controlled substances. According to a 2003 United Nations report, the worldwide drug trade generated an estimated $321.6 billion (USD); an estimated 1% of all global trade.

In the United States, President Richard Nixon officially launched the ‘War on Drugs’ in 1971 declaring that drug abuse was “public enemy number one.” Often since their formation nation states around the world have passed laws and regulations attempting to control the sale, use, and distribution of controlled substances. Official attempts to regulate or prohibit psychoactive substances came as early as 1729 with Chinese laws prohibiting the smoking of opium. Prohibition laws are considered by law enforcement and governments to be some of the more difficult regulations to enforce; simply speaking citizens often times choose not to obey.

On June 2nd, 2011, the Global Commission on Drug Policy including former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and the former presidents of Mexico, Brazil, and Columbia officially declared that the “War on Drugs has failed.” Governments around the world are engaged in a myriad of legal and actual battles both for and against the prohibition of drugs. Even after the ink of the legislative pen has dried and the muzzle of the rifle falls silent, a number of serious questions will remain... Has the War on Drugs reduced the demand? Has the supply of drugs been reduced or eliminated? Can morality be legislated for the benefit of public good? Should public health be treated as a legal issue?

Interactive War on Drugs Timeline (1898-Present): http://www.miairsoft.org/index.php?topic=336.0

Violence Surges in El Salvador Over Illegal Drug Trade

An early morning raid by members of the National Civil State Police and members of the Salvadoran army erupted into an hour long standoff, resulting in the deaths of five soldiers and two police officers along with four members of the Sinaloa cartel. The raid in total netted 6 kilos of cocaine and heroin, along with smaller amounts of precursor chemicals and marijuana. Members of the civil police have noticed an increasing amount of Heroin, Methamphetamine, and Temazepam and decreasing amount of Marijuana and Hashish.

A VHS tape found this morning outside the entrance of the television station in the capital city San Salvador this morning appears to show members of the cartel torturing members of the National Police and executing them shortly afterwards. Last week a drive by shooting in San Salvador turned into an all out battle between members of the Sinaloa Cartel their rival the Los Zetas. Resulting in 19 wounded and 13 dead, including an expecting mother and her husband.

The main destination of the narcotics trafficked through El Salvador and neighboring Honduras is the United States, followed closely by Europe and West Africa. However the increasingly violent nature of cartel interactions is the result of increased policing actions, the shrinking of safe and lucrative trade routes and legislation outside of El Salvador itself.

Domestic policies in the United States regarding cannabis use on both the medical and recreational level have made smuggling marijuana far less profitable. In turn drug cartels have begun to switch to products such as heroin and methamphetamine due to higher profit margins for the amount transported.

For example: A kilo (2.2 LBS) of marijuana is worth on average ($10.00 g), can generate as much as $9,856.00 USD. A kilo of Heroin or Cocaine could fetch as much as ($70.00 g), for a total of $68,992.00 USD depending on location and season…

- Megan Walters (Associated Press).

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, December 16th, 2018

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivals, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Sub machine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 Powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, October 28th, 2018

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivals, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Sub machine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 Powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Photos From Previous Events

- Spring Social 2016 Photo Album (03/19/2016)
- Operation: Perestroika Photo Album (01/16/2016)
- Operation: Firestorm V Photo Album (10/17/2015)
- Operation: Corrupt Intent Photo Album (08/22/2015)
- Michigan Airsoft Spring Rec. Event 2013 Photo Album (04/23/2013)
- Operation: Black Eagle V Photo Album (06/09/2012)
- Operation: Firestorm (10/16/2011) Photo Album 

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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Airsoft Events / SCN: Operation: Icebox ~ 01/19/2019 @ HITW
« on: October 22, 2018, 10:47:47 AM »
Operation: Icebox
Saturday, January 19th, 2019

Hole in the Wall Paintball - 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $30.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card On Site), $20.00 (PayPal Prepay).
Prepay (PayPal) Information: armoryairsoft@gmail.com (Due By: 01/01/2019).
- Signature of parent or guardian required for all minor participants.

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}.

Walk-On Registrations: Post in the official event thread with your name, call-sign, team, and what faction you would like to play on (Green or Tan). Payment will be made at field registration, cash only. No credit card sales.

- All walk-on registrations must have a signed-dated waiver before participation. Additional waivers will be available at event registration.

Prepay Registrations: Please PayPal your event registration to armoryairsoft@gmail.com. Please include your name, call sign, team, and which faction you would like to play on.

- Please mark all prepays with the subject "Op: Icebox Registration".
- Include your participant information (Name/Callsign, Desired Faction, and Number of Players Attending).
- Please print your PayPal payment conformation and bring it to registration! This is proof you have prepaid!
- All prepay registrations must have a signed-dated waiver before participation.
- Additional waivers will be available at event registration.

Event Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 9:00 AM, Saturday, January 19th, 2019.
Event Briefing/Field Walk On: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:15-10:30 AM.
Lunch Period: 1:30-2:30 PM.
Game Resumes: 2:40 PM.
Event End: 5:00 PM.

For the complete event storyline, please see the bottom of the post

Uniform Requirements:

Green Team American Aid Alliance - (United States/Mexico): M81 Woodland, MARPAT, Woodland DPM, Tiger Stripe, OD Green, Alpenflage, and Street Clothing.

Tan Team North Pacific Pact - (Russia/Japan/Canada): Multicam, Three Color Desert, Six Color Desert, Arid MARPAT, ACU, ABU, Black, Urban, and Contractor.

- Uniforms that follow either a green based pattern or a tan based pattern, but are not listed will be automatically be placed with a faction of similar color. Message for details or information.
- 'Contractor' (Private Military Contractor) is defined as khaki colored pants and a black top. No exceptions.
- Ghillie Suits are allowed on either faction.
- Mismatched uniforms are not allowed under any circumstances. (IE: Woodland Pants and a Six-Color Desert Jacket).
- Gear color is irrelevant to uniform/faction requirements for all players.
- All participants not following set uniform regulations will be issued either a red or blue colored armbands for player identification.

Engagement Limits:

- 1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms Fength Engagement.
- 350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 Foot Engagement.
- 410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 Foot Engagement (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
- 500.1 - 549.9 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt Action Replicas Only.
- 550 FPS+ (2.7j) - Prohibited Under All Circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- FPS and Joules will be used for this event.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Submachine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 800 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 200 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Additional amounts of ammunition or personal items may be left at prospective team respawn location (at your own risk).
- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, campsites, etc) and may resume game-play immediately by walking to the prospective teams re-spawn location.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) not not apply to this.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Re-Spawn and Medic Rules:

Three lives per player! Life count resets with each new respawn.

- 15 minute respawns, using a 'Clock Respawn' system. Respawns are done every 15 minutes!
Example: 12:00, 12:15, 12:30, 12:45, 1:00, 1:15...
- Clocks are located at the spawn point for each team.
- Players are prohibited from assaulting either respawn location.
- Re-spawns are located outside of all field borders.

- Medic's must keep both hands on a wounded player for one minute in order to 'heal' a wounded player.
- Players have three 'lives' per re-spawn. Players may only be healed three times per re-spawn.
- All players have a two minute 'Bleed-Out' time. Players may chose to respawn instead of waiting 120 seconds.
- Friendly players are allowed to use a 120 second 'Stabilize' time for wounded players. Players must keep two hands on the wounded player to stabilize.
- 2 person drags are allowed to move wounded players out of combat to a friendly medic. Players must ask consent before drag action occurs.
- If a player is hit a second time while bleeding out (wounded), being stabilized, being healed, or being dragged; the player is considered 'dead' and must return to their prospective respawn.

Bang Kills:

- Bang kills will not be allowed for this event. Players will replicas firing over established velocity limits must use a sidearm to engage closer targets or in small environments.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- No surrender rules of any kind will be in place for this event.

Lost-Found Items and Stolen Property Policy:

- Hole in the Wall Paintball LLC and/or affiliates will not be held responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen property of any kind on field grounds.
- Participants are strongly advised to not take unnecessary items onto field grounds or playing areas.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions may result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Removal of 'chronograph' or velocity tag on replica.
- Refusal to submit for a 'Spot Check' of velocity.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Repeated incidents of unsportsmanlike like conduct.
- Theft of field, affiliate organizations, or private property of any kind.
- Unauthorized (unregistered) field entry.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.

* Since 2009, Hole in the Wall Paintball participates with multiple event hosting organizations in the creation of a statewide participant blacklist and event ban list. Participants committing particularly grievous acts against the community, players, or hosting organizations will incur a ban from all participating event organizations including affiliated out of state locations.

Lunch Period:

To Be Determined

General Field Information:

- Due to an issue with our air compressor, we will only be filling too 2,500 PSI. All day air is $5.00, despite the fact the fills are lower, you still get unlimited fills.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

-Printable What To Bring Checklist -,
- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Flash Light / Tactical Light [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Questions? Want to sign up? Post in this event thread or send a message.


Operation: Ice Box Storyline

2015:

- Typhoon Piowa strikes Japan and China. Torrential rains trigger landslides and mass flooding along rivers and coastal areas.
- 54% of rice and potato crops are destroyed.
- Over 700,520 are displaced.

- Yellowstone Caldera erupts in Wyoming.
- Acid rain due to Sulfur Dioxide mixed with rainwater coat Midwestern farm land.
- 47% of Wheat and fruit crops are destroyed.
- Global temperatures cool by 1.7 F.

- United States and Mexico create the American Aid Alliance (AAA) to support and secure vital food and medical supplies.
- Germany, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom draft and create the West-Europe Coalition (WEC) to relieve overwhelmed non-governmental organizations.
- US National Guard is deployed to aid with disaster relief efforts.

2016:

- Russia, Japan, China, and Canada form the North Pacific Pact (NPP) to coordinate food distribution and security matters within the Pacific.
- Russia and Japan accuse the administration of Barack Obama of nepotism with aid distribution.
- Food riots begin in major European cities.

- Hurricane Elizabeth strikes South America.
- Strong storm surges and flooding hits western coastline.
- Unknown numbers of missing and displaced.
- States of emergency declared in all South American countries.

- Dry temperatures cause widespread wildfires and dust bowls over large portions of Africa.
- Over 45,000 suspected dead.

2017:

- 7.1 magnitude earthquake occurs off the Philippine coast.
- Australia sends food and emergency aid to the Philippines, Vietnam, Laos and southern China.
- Aftershocks ignite offshore oil platforms.
- Petroleum prices rise to $10.65 per gallon. Rioting begins in major American cities.

- West European Coalition infantry invade and annex Ukraine, Poland, and Turkey to secure farmland in Eastern Europe.
- Russia and Japan declare war on the United Kingdom and France.
- Beijing conducts a nuclear first strike on Berlin.
- Russia and Canada declare war on the United States over food distribution and farmland.
- Canadian infantry secure several border patrol outposts and crossing points.
- Global temperatures drop by .9 F.

2018:

- NOAA reports unusually cold temperatures in the upper Midwest.
- Cold temperatures burst water-mains and flood vital utilities.
- FEMA aid supplies are destroyed by flooding and subsequent freezing.

- American low-yield cruise missiles hit targets in Moscow and Tokyo.
- Repeated MIRV strikes disable NORAD facilities at Cheyenne Mountain.
- Russian infantry cross into Alaska and quickly capture Anchorage. i
- Canadian mechanized infantry overrun poorly equipped national guard units and begin and immediate advance south towards the Great Lakes and south-west towards the Great Plains.
- Global temperatures lower by 1.2 F.

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, October 21st, 2018

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivals, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Sub machine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 Powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Photos From Previous Events

- Spring Social 2016 Photo Album (03/19/2016)
- Operation: Perestroika Photo Album (01/16/2016)
- Operation: Firestorm V Photo Album (10/17/2015)
- Operation: Corrupt Intent Photo Album (08/22/2015)
- Michigan Airsoft Spring Rec. Event 2013 Photo Album (04/23/2013)
- Operation: Black Eagle V Photo Album (06/09/2012)
- Operation: Firestorm (10/16/2011) Photo Album 

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, October 14th, 2018

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivials, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Submachine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Photos From Previous Events

- Spring Social 2016 Photo Album (03/19/2016)
- Operation: Perestroika Photo Album (01/16/2016)
- Operation: Firestorm V Photo Album (10/17/2015)
- Operation: Corrupt Intent Photo Album (08/22/2015)
- Michigan Airsoft Spring Rec. Event 2013 Photo Album (04/23/2013)
- Operation: Black Eagle V Photo Album (06/09/2012)
- Operation: Firestorm (10/16/2011) Photo Album 

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, October 7th, 2018

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivials, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Submachine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Photos From Previous Events

- Spring Social 2016 Photo Album (03/19/2016)
- Operation: Perestroika Photo Album (01/16/2016)
- Operation: Firestorm V Photo Album (10/17/2015)
- Operation: Corrupt Intent Photo Album (08/22/2015)
- Michigan Airsoft Spring Rec. Event 2013 Photo Album (04/23/2013)
- Operation: Black Eagle V Photo Album (06/09/2012)
- Operation: Firestorm (10/16/2011) Photo Album 

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, September 30th, 2018

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivials, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Submachine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Photos From Previous Events

- Spring Social 2016 Photo Album (03/19/2016)
- Operation: Perestroika Photo Album (01/16/2016)
- Operation: Firestorm V Photo Album (10/17/2015)
- Operation: Corrupt Intent Photo Album (08/22/2015)
- Michigan Airsoft Spring Rec. Event 2013 Photo Album (04/23/2013)
- Operation: Black Eagle V Photo Album (06/09/2012)
- Operation: Firestorm (10/16/2011) Photo Album 

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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Walk-On/Open Play Airsoft (SW Michigan Rec. Game)
Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

Open Play Airsoft ~ No Uniform Regulations
All Experience Levels Welcome ~ All Replica Types Welcome

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

Hole in the Wall Paintball ~ 24262 66th Street, Bangor, Michigan 49013

Useful Links: {Field Waiver}, {To Bring Checklist}, {Driving Directions}, {Weather Conditions}

Ages: 14+
Participant Fee: $10.00 (Walk On, Cash Only! No Credit Card Sales On Site).

- Signature of parent or guardian required for minor participants.
- Walk on payment and registration only.
- Waivers will be available at game registration.

Game Times:

Registration/Chronograph Open: 10:00 AM.
Game Start: 10:00 AM.
Event End: 5:00 PM (Weather and Lighting Applicable).

* Registration and game times adjusted for longer daylight.
** Please be prompt or at least on time with arrivials, late arriving players delay the game and decrease play time.

Uniform Requirements:

No uniform regulations of any kind will be enforced for this game. Teams will be based on day of balancing by the use of base uniform colors, armbands, or player selected options.

Eye Protection Regulations:

- ANSI Z87.1 rated full seal eye protection only, no exceptions.
- ANSI rated, full seal goggles or shooting glasses are permitted.
- 'Full Seal' is defined as a foam band separating the lens of the goggle from the frame portion and the face of the user.
- Mesh goggles, lab safety goggles, safety glasses, etc will not be permitted under any circumstances.
- Lower face protection (Mesh Lowers, Mouth Guards, Etc) do not apply to this.

Ammunition-Weapon Regulations:

Handguns, Shotguns, Submachine Guns, and Assault Rifles: 1,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, or High Capacity) types allowed.

Support Weapons: 2,500 Rounds.
- All magazine (Low, Mid, High Capacity, Box, or Drum) types allowed.

Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman: 500 Rounds.
- Low or Mid Capacity Magazines Only.

Rocket Launchers, Landmines, IED's, Etc: Undetermined (Normally Allowed).
- Prior field approval only.

Sound Grenades: Allowed.
- Kill Radius: 15 feet.

Smoke Grenades (Hot and Cold Burn): Allowed.
- Allowed with common sense use (if it's starting a fire, put it out).
- Don't ruin it for everyone else (lifetime bans will be issued for reckless use).

- Participants may leave the event at any point to retrieve additional quantities of ammunition, etc stored in other locations (staging area, vehicles, etc).

Engagement Limits:

1 - 350.0 FPS (0.01j - 1.07j) - Arms length engagement.
350.1  - 410.0 FPS (1.08j - 1.49j) - 20 foot engagement limit.
410.1 - 500.0 FPS (1.50j - 2.32j) - 50 foot engagement limit (Permanent Semi-Auto or Bolt Action Only).
500.1 - 550.1 FPS (2.33j - 2.69j) - Bolt action replicas only.
550 FPS+ (2.7j+) - Prohibited under all circumstances.

- Velocities will be measured using the weight of BB being used.
- All replicas will be issued 'chronograph' tags after being registered and measured. These must remain on the replica for the entire event.
*Participants are encouraged to remove all chronograph tags from previous events/games.

Bang Kills:

- No bang kills of any kind will be used for this event.

Knife/Bayonet/Touch Kills:

- Participants may opt to use a simple 'Touch Kill' to quietly disable an opponent. Players must say "Knife Kill" to the opposing party and physically touch the other.
- Participants may use a replica knife/bayonet to also conduct a kill using a physical touch.
- Do not jab, physically assault, or use undue amounts of force.
- Real-Steel knives and bayonets are prohibited under all circumstances.

Surrender Rules:

- Participants may opt to 'Surrender' to an engaging opponent at any point during the event. Players that choose to do so must return to their respective respawn location, if applicable to game type.

Barrel Bag/Barrel Plug Regulations:

- All participants must have a barrel bag or a muzzle plug on or in their replica when out of gameplay.
- Barrel bags are available at paintball registration for $7.00 each.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

The following infractions will result in immediate removal from field property and a permanent ban from field property. Law enforcement may be used if required to remove problematic players.

- Theft of field or company property.
- Vandalism or destruction of property.
- Assault of participants, visitors, or field staff.
- Repeated removal of eye protection.
- Unsportsmanlike like conduct.

General Field Information:

- HPA fills are available on site. $5.00 for all day air fills, up to 2,500 PSI.
- CO2 fills are available on site. 9 oz - $1.00, 12 oz - $2.00, 20 oz - $3.00 , 24 oz - $4.00.
- Power outlets are available on location.
- Live firearms (real steel) are not permitted on field property.
- Not responsible for items or belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged.

What To Bring Checklist:

- Full-Seal Eye Protection [Required].
- Barrel Bag or Muzzle Plug [Required].
- Airsoft Replica, Sidearm, and Magazines. [Required].
- Batteries, Charging Unit, and BB's [Required].
- Red 'Kill' Rag [Required].
- Camouflage or Uniform [Required].

- Potable water. [Highly Recommended].
- Green gas, propane, CO2 powerlets, and Silicone Oil. [Highly Recommended].
- Canteen / Hydration Pack [Highly Recommended].
- Radio and Charging Unit [Highly Recommended].
- Spare Batteries [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Clothing (Shirt, Pants, Socks) [Highly Recommended].
- Extra Dry Footwear [Highly Recommended].

Photos From Previous Events

- Spring Social 2016 Photo Album (03/19/2016)
- Operation: Perestroika Photo Album (01/16/2016)
- Operation: Firestorm V Photo Album (10/17/2015)
- Operation: Corrupt Intent Photo Album (08/22/2015)
- Michigan Airsoft Spring Rec. Event 2013 Photo Album (04/23/2013)
- Operation: Black Eagle V Photo Album (06/09/2012)
- Operation: Firestorm (10/16/2011) Photo Album 

All participants are asked to at least provide some notification of attendance, either by a Facebook message to our page or by posting on the Michigan Airsoft forums in the event thread. Without information, it is difficult for us as hosts to operate and host an event properly. Clicking the "Going" button on Facebook does not help us.

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