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Welcome to Sheffield Hallam Student’s Union Airsoft Society!
So you've heard of paintball but don't like: the inaccuarcy of the guns, the pain and the mess. Or, maybe you don't want to be charged an arm and a leg for paintballs. Then Airsoft is the right place to be!
Airsoft guns fire round plastic pellets or "bbs" at relatively low velocities and have a far greater range and accuracy than paintball guns. While paintball guns are infamous for causing bruises, bbs hold a thirteenth of the kinetic energy meaning less pain! Airsoft guns are made to be full scale & weight replicas of actual or fictional firearms and therefore, quite often used for simulation purposes with military personnel to train. They are also accessible to regular people like us, so we may continue to enjoy our favourite sport.
Airsoft games or "skirmishes" take place in a huge variety of different sites, Our local is Skirmish Airsoft in mansfield but we have been to sites like: LAC the Farm, Humber Airsoft, HQ Airsoft and Anzio Camp.
To make it more accessible, we can provide our own hire kits at a discounted price to hire kits bought from sites we visit as well as a bus to and from the site. This means all you need to bring is a packed lunch and yourself.
If Airsoft sounds like something you'd be interested in or if you have any questions, then don't hesitate to drop one of our committee members a message. Alternatively, follow the Facebook or Discord link and get in touch that way. See you on the field!
If you need to contact the EQD privately, please use email@example.com
If you are after our discord server, please follow the link below-
We also have a Facebook group, where you can see previous events and photos