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  2. Well, for Surftezza, being in Hamilton, check out Airsoft Waikato. Best place to get in contact with us is through Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AirsoftWaikatoInc/ , our next game is currently planned for the 3rd - https://www.facebook.com/events/397892694239226/ If you need more specific information, try [email protected] Hope to send some bb's your way shortly.
  3. Hey guys Where are you based? We'll be able to put you in touch with the right club.
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  5. CQB Day Overview • Initially Maximum of 2 teams per ASNZ Incorporated club. • 16 teams Maximum • Teams minimum of 6 with 2 subs (teams of 6-8) • 4 events team events plus individual shooting competition • If you are not at your event at the correct start time you may forfeit that event. • If a team forefeits against you, your score for that game will be an average of your scores from the other times you played • Round scores will be added to give overall event score and determine event placing. • Championship points will be awarded based on event placing. Championship points will be added from all events to determine overall CQB Championship Winner (gold, silver and bronze) • ASNZ event rules apply • CQB day is limited to 350FPS on .2g BBs or 1.13joules. • Guns will be chrono’ed with hop set and using BBs that will be used in the gun during the day. And tagged with a coloured tie. • Polarstars and GBB rifles will be randomly spot checked throughout the day. • NO BANG RULE but melee kills are allowed. • The word of an ‘Event Marshall’ is the law. NO ARGUEMENTS. • Any verbal arguments between competitors will result in both players being considered “hit” • Any physical arguments will result in immediate removal from event. • Any complaints about a competitor’s behaviour must be taken to the ‘Head Marshall’ by a team leader. • The ‘Head Marshall’ has the final say on everything. • No TAG Rounds. • No CO2 Grenades • No stun/sound grenades • No smoke grenades • No PYRO of any kind. • No BB shower grenades • No grenade launchers (M203 shells, 40 mikes, etc) • Yes C02 pistols, but they must be chrono'd and under 1.13j • Yes Smoking, in the carpark only. Timetable for CQB day - Squad leaders check in with Admin on arrival 0730 Gates open: ICs check in, chrono, sign in. 0830 Marshalls Breifing 0900 Breifing – Anybody late for breifing will miss out on the competition games 0920 Gear up 1000 Games begin (tbc) - Your IC will have a time sheet for your squad for the day. 1600 Games end (tbc) 1630 Pack up go home. 1800 Milsim brief, all not involved to have left ahb1 by this point Game Specific Rules: Event #1 Rush - Trenches • 6 vs 6 with 2 rolling subs • 6 only, Defenders start anywhere in defensive final third (two rows of trenches closest to village) • Defenders have 1 life, once dead proceed to the “dead box” immediately. • 6 only, Attackers start on attacking baseline (trench closest to chem plant) • Attackers respawn by running around corner flag and re-entering field of play • A player who has rounded the corner flag can tag a sub in the subs box, the sub can then take the field in that players place (sub box located in the starting line trench) • Game ends when an attacker pulls flag from defenders baseline (flag located in ramp leading up to village) • Game is timed. Max 5 mins. • Semi-auto only • Teams then switch roles. • Final score is your defensive time minus your attacking time, high score is winner. • Scores from multiple rounds are added to make final event score Event #2: Deathmatch – Chem Yard • 6 vs 6 with 2 subs allowed between rounds. • Players have 1 life each, when dead proceed to the “dead box” immediately • Each team starts in a marked zone on their baseline with gun barrels touching starting ICB. • Game is timed. 5mins max, or until squad wipe out. • The game zone will shrink at predetermined intervals – 1 minute, 2 minutes and 3 minutes • A player behind the zone line as it starts to shrink will be dead • Semi-auto only • Teams swap ends and fight a second round. • 10 points per kill, bonus 50 points if you manage a squad wipe before time up. 10 points per friendly left alive. Max score 170. • Scores from multiple rounds are added to make final event score. Event #3 King of the Castle – Village/Hanks Shack • 6 vs 6 with 2 rolling subs • 6 only, Defenders start inside the castle (hanks shack compound) but can push out on game on • Defenders have 1 life, once dead proceed to the “dead box” immediately. • 6 only, Attackers start on attacking baseline • Attackers respawn by running around corner flag and re-entering field of play • A player who has rounded the corner flag can tag a sub in the subs box (anywhere along the starting line), the sub can then take the field in that players place. • Game ends when an attacker reaches the top of the castle tower with the flag in hand. • Game is timed. Max 5 mins. • Semi-auto only • Teams then switch roles. • Final score is your defensive time minus your attacking time, high score is winner. • Scores from multiple rounds are added to make final event score Event #4 Symetrical Forceback - Bush • 6 vs 6 • Both teams start on their starting base line • The objective is to force the opposition team back past their starting base line or knock them out of play via tag kill • When a player is hit they will start counting 20 seconds out loud from 1 to 20. Once bled out a player MUST fall back 30 paces, call “back in” and respawn. • Before bleeding out, players can be revived via a 5 second tag medic. Count out loud backwards from 5 to 1 • If you can approach an ememy player while they are counting either their bleed out or medic and tag them, they are now considered dead and out of play. Proceed to the “dead box” immediately • Once a player has been forced back beyond the starting base line they are now “dead” and out of play. Proceed to the “dead box” immediately • Game ends when one full team has been “killed”, or after the time limit runs out. • Game is timed. Max 5 mins. • Semi-auto only • Teams then switch ends. • 10 points per kill, bonus 50 points if you manage a squad wipe before time up. 10 points per friendly left alive. Max score 170. • Scores from multiple rounds are added to make final event score Event #5 Target Shooting • Individual competition, winner takes home shooting trophy • Does not count towards CQB championship • Shooter starts in starting box facing the firing position wall • When the marshall calls “go” the shooter will move to position one, determine the target, aquire the target and shoot down the target. • The shooter will then move on to positions two through five, repeating the target knock down process • Once all five targets have been knocked down the shooter will return to the starting box to stop the clock • This is a timed event, best time takes out the prize • If any of the incorrect targets are knocked down you will be disqualified • Game is timed. Max 1 min. (tbc after testing) • Semi-auto only • Shooters may use rifle or side arm (no shot guns)
  6. Kiaora Tirei,Teri here,i just got my Air soft registration finally sorted and excepted,but on signing in...i saw you were in the same boat as me..fresh newby and looking for a local team to join..Where are you based? i'm in hamilton..from what ive seen..it does take a bit of effort getting some one to contact back as most clubs can be quite clicky..but who knows..still early days i guess..hopefully you like my self eventually get into a club..any ways,thought i'd say hello and meet another interested airsoft enthusiast.thanks,by for now.
  7. Looking to join an airsoft team if there's any available spots
  8. Hi all, Got my work visa and busy packing up my life to move from London to Wellington by 26 December. Already exchanging mail with the Police about bringing my airsofts with me but looking forward to starting to go airsofting again; been a bit slack over the last few years. Also looking forward to exploring these forums! Ming.
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  10. Please inform your ASNZ Rep to add an agenda items for the next meeting: Next Meeting: Agenda:
  11. This thread will contain all of the general information regarding the 2020 nationals, hosted by Airsoft Hawkes Bay The information can also be found on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asnz2020 Please join the facebook group and invite your airsoft freinds who intend to attend nationals to do the same.
  12. I just wondering that is there any changes of importing airsoft parts I have chick the low of importing firearms but haven’t seen anything of importing airsoft parts
  13. Just a note. About 3 months ago I had a kill streak were I shot somewhere between 80-120 enemies. Lost count but I was shooting a target every 20-30 seconds and I kept this up for about 40 minutes.
  14. Fission '87 - Volume 3 Event. We are running out of spaces, make sure you get in before registrations are cut off. _________________ If you have not had a chance to attend this fantastic event, please see below. This game is set in a post apocalyptic world, think Stalker, Fallout, Mad Max. Participants will be playing as individuals, scavenging items, running jobs for the Trader, trying to survive.You are encouraged to theme up your gear, full bdu/vest combos won’t be allowed,Survivors won’t start the game with their full load-out, instead you will have to buy your gear from the trader as you earn credits. Those that survived last year will begin the game with the credits and gear you finished with. SPACES ARE EXTREMELY LIMITED - Please do not register unless you are committed to completing the entire event and ensure the email address you provide is accurate as you will be notified of your acceptance via that with instructions on how to pay. Date: 9 November 2019 at 12:00 –10 November 12:00 (Approximately) Cost: $40 per person Event Address: TAG Field. Christchurch, New Zealand: https://goo.gl/67E5qg Contact us at: http://www.tagairsoft.co.nz/forum/viewforum.php?f=91 REGISTER HERE Below is the absolute minimum kit you require. If you don't have 1 or more of these items on the day, you will not be allowed to participate and a refund will not be given! - Your own Primary Weapon. (AEG, GBB, ETC) - A pack to carry all your gear onto the field. - An FM Radio. (This year's event will rely heavily on your ability to receive Radio Fission). - Enough food and water for a sustained 24+ hour operation. - Tent and/or sufficient equipment to stay out in any weather for 24+ hours.
  15. Well my permit to import a novritsch ssx 23 had an interesting outcome. Allowed pistol but declined magazine, suppressor and micro red dot??
  16. working through getting a new version applied soon will ask for feed back once this is done
  17. Hi, I'm trying to use the website on my iPad and the tabs are not "clickable". Had to revert to using my laptop.
  18. RuBcore also very active in Wellington, give me a PM if your interested!
  19. I have the gbbr version. Are you after that or the AEG version?
  20. There's still several clubs around, as Joe said - FB is your better bet to finding them, the forums aren't what they used to be... *tumbleweed* There is 232crew and WMA, both active in the region. I believe CTA is still around in some capacity, but they haven't been part of ASNZ for a while now.
  21. Facebook is probably your best bet mate. This is one of em: https://www.facebook.com/RubCoreAirsoft/?__tn__=%2Cd%2CP-R&eid=ARCU8hfCcXLzEaFLcJKZEqjbPRQIYRa7Bcr1rEx4Ib4wlbq7wI9sOM7koA6U7DclRNNwpl05MqAViwjF
  22. Hi All, I've just returned back to NZ after several years abroad. Clubs and forums for Wellington-based players seem to be dead? I'm quite keen to dust off my old kit and get some game time. Thanks. Metalstorm
  23. I hear DAC are a great bunch of guys to hang out with and play airsoft with is this true?
  24. The club has declined in membership numbers trying to promote and motivate people to come along and have a go at a great sport is a tireless and thankless task. The club is registered as an incorporated society. A lot of hard work mainly on my part.There was some thoughts to closing the club which started in 2013. Which I have decided not to as there are potential sites to game in the far north. My focus is now an indoor CQB gaming area once a week, out door fields we have and a lot, but not a lot of CQB. Just another element to add for the uninitiated. With the tragic events the last few weeks being mindful on how to promote Airsoft is a task in diplomacy. So at this stage it would be done through the airsoft community by invite. I will keep everyone posted when and where this will happen. Peace out J0ker
  25. The current ban on semi-automatics does not affect airsoft. What the coming review of the arms act will cover we don't know at this stage but hopefully it won't have any impact on airsoft.
  26. New Zealand bans assault rifles in the wake of the Christchurch shootings. Will this effect us ?
  27. Anyone keen on a game or two here in the nui? I have access to a field that some of you may all ready have been to. I'd like to set up something structured group wise and have regular events, even once or twice a week if attendance permits. We don't need a helluva lot of people to attend to start with really, but if you're keen and know people who might want to give airsoft a go, or are looking to get back into it, get in touch. 0225915679 or email [email protected] with a relevant subject line. Cheers! Roger
  28. I feel like this gif sums up pre-ordering games from AAA publishers.
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