Why Do Airsoft Fields Let Cheaters Cheat? | Airsoftology Q&A Show

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My field is not harsh enough on cheaters, why is that?
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  1. avatar

    I am on our local zoning board. An applicant recently applied for approval to open a new field. Neighboring property owners protested.
    My question is this Is there an industry accepted, or industry recommendation for perimeter fencing. This would be a specification for a fence that would be high enough, strong enough, whatever, to insure the safety of a neighbor who is aimlessly mowing his grass.
    Even tough the proposed field is 5 acres, play could be close to the perimeter, thus exposing neighbors to stray BBs.
    We think that we need to have some type of requirement before we allow the field to proceed.
    Thanks for any input.
    Donald Smith
    Corydon, IN

    • avatar

      Industry accepted netting for airsoft is the Paintball Netting. It is used in many fields across the US (And the world, including Japan) and have been very successful in preventing stray BBs due to its height.

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