|Posted by Kundi (Roger) on March 23, 2014 at 5:00 PM|
It is getting close to the time we start having night games. Here are a few suggestions that will help you get the most out of your night game experience.
Get a tracer unit and some glow in the dark bb's. Weapon blender has a good tracer unit for $49.95
(http://weaponblender.com/Arma-Pro-Series-full-auto-tracer-unit-p5880.html), or you can get one built into your hop up (check the UCA website). It will make a world of difference in your game play. If you do not get a tracer unit, then you can play as long as you turn on a flashlight when shooting.
Have a good flashlight. The UltraFire C8 S at weaponblender (http://weaponblender.com/UltraFire-C8-Strobe-Torch-p4709.html) is inexpensive at $19.95 and plays like a search beam that allows you to identify opponents at a distance and blind them. Honestly, this is one of my favorite airsoft purchases. If you can't do a tracer, get t his instead.
Water carrier. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate.
Glow stick for dead rag. You can get batter operate glow sticks almost anywhere that work just as well and cost less over time.
AEG limit is 300 FPS with 2.0 BB's. In open fields we sometimes go as high as 350 FPS. The FPS limit will be announced for each field.
Pistols, shotguns, and springers do not need a tracer or a flashlight on when shooting. CO2 pistols and shotguns over 330 (yes, they are out there) will need a flashlight on.
Training knife. Inexpensive at around $10, it allows you to kill silently without a flashlight or tracer unit