The goal of AirsoftMaine is to create standardized safety requirements throughout the State. This way, players will know what to expect when they arrive at an AirsoftMaine field.
A bulk of these safety requirements are directly based on insurance requirements, as well as field owners’ experience. Fields are allowed to impose stricter safety rules – like longer MEDs or lower joules, for example, but must not be more lax in the rules or the enforcement thereof.
- Must be ANSI 87.1 (or greater) impact compliant. A full seal is required.
- Fields may require minors to have additional face ear and mouth protection
- Mesh goggles are not allowed, mesh mouth masks are allowed.
- Airsoft replicas only.
- No realsteel or actual firearms of any type
- No BB or pellet guns
- No real knives allowed on the field (multitools and pocket knives are the exception, but they are to remain secured and not used for “knife kills”)
- No homemade weapons or pyro
- General: 1.86j (400 FPS with 0.25g BBs)
- DMR: 2.26j with 50′ MED (440 FPS with 0.25g BBs)
- BASR: 3.51j with 100′ MED (550 FPS with 0.25g BBs)
Every AirsoftMaine field will have a clearly marked “safe zone”. This is typically the parking and surrounding area.
- “Industry standard” barrel covers my be required.
- No discharging replicas or dry-firing in the safe zone.
- No grenades or smokes are to be used in the safe zone.
- Cheating is expressly forbidden.
- Rules must be applied equally to all players.