Why Join Us?
1) Fun environment for new players and professionals alike
2) Learn new skills and tactics that can be implemented in real life
3) Meet new friends and combatants, experience the comradery of the battlefield
What do we do?
Airsoft is a hobby that’s entirely for fun.
Throughout your time playing airsoft you’ll have to opportunity to improve your teamwork and you can experience an amazing range of play-styles. There are skirmish days, MilSim events, SpeedQB tournaments and more.
Your average ‘walk-on’ gameday costs anywhere between £15 and £35 depending on the site and generally last from 09:00-16:00. We have rental equipment available for members of the society for a small, refundable deposit.
Every fortnight (term-time only) we’ll hold seminars at Talbot campus (room TBC), afterwards we can head to Dylan’s for a social. In these seminars we will discuss airsoft and how to get the most out of the hobby - “RIF Handling (sling mounting, left right transitioning etc.”, “Combat Gear (Plate Carriers, Vests, Chest Rigs)”, “Weapon Config (rail systems, weapon lights and extras)”, “Airsoft gun types, specs, and uses”, “Airsoft and the law” and more.
There is such a wide range of things to do in airsoft, whether you want to hang out and have a chilled day, play a fast paced SpeedQB event or even attend a serious Military Simulation event with companies such as Stirling or Gunman.
If you can’t decide, have a chat with one of us!
When and Where?
Dylan’s (Monthly Seminars & Socials), Ground Zero, Spec Ops, Southcoast CQB and more!
Meet the Committee
President: Albert Stoker
Communications: Benjamin Spencer
Treasurer: Alexander Ramos
Health & Safety: Angelo Lima
Equipment & Events: Matthew Finch