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Public
Sunday May 14th, 2017 2:00PM
Field: Merrill Dunesmerrilldunes.com
457 Merrill Ln, Saskatoon, SK S0L 3J0 (Saskatoon) Map
Cost: $25BB Type: Any

Half Past Dead

Field 2

SAFETY:
Safety is very important in this sport! No one wants to lose an eye!

1. FULL SEAL EYE PROTECTION IS REQUIRED. Always wear eye protection in the form of sealed ballistic protection (goggles, masks, or safety glasses). Eye protection must meet ANSI Z87.1 standards and wrap around the face.
2. No mesh goggles. Regular prescription glasses are NOT acceptable as safety eyewear.
3. Never remove your eye protection while on the battlefield, whether a game is on or not.

SAFE ZONE:
1. No dry firing in the Safe Zone! If you need to check something out or test something, go outside the zone!
2. No firing from the Safe Zone.
3. No firing into the Safe Zone.

GUN SAFETY:
1. magazines will be removed from rifles before entering the safe area.
2. players will ensure their weapons are empty by firing a few rounds into the ground before entering the Safe Area.
3. a barrel blocking devise should be utilized.
4. safeties will be engaged, fingers off the trigger. Treat it like it’s loaded.

Three strikes you'e out! If you have to be reminded a third time about the safety rules you will be asked to leave for the day, and if it happens again you will be banned. We shouldn’t have people not feeling safe in the SAFE Zone!


RULES
1. Guns under 420 FPS are allowed, snipers that shoot under 475 will also be allowed
2. Kill rag or blinker is required
3. Dead men don’t talk. No talking to other players or over your radio.
4. Bang Bang - If you have the drop on someone, you can "Bang Bang" them instead of shooting them, but they don’t have to accept.
5. SMOKE GRENADES - You must use COLD BURNING SMOKE. Ensure you are not throwing the grenade onto a surface that is easily combustible (IE a pile of leaves).
6. No “Blind Firing”. (if you don’t know what it is, ask somebody or google it).


TRANSPORTING:When transporting airsoft weapons to and from the playing field, it is suggested all weapons will be transported in either a gun case, or the original factory box.