Questions & Answers
Do I need to be fit?
No, but it does help as a lot of running can be involved, we don’t
run everywhere all the time but in the heat of the battle the
adrenalin will take over for you.
Can I use my own weapon?
Yes but if it’s a new weapon/player we ask to Chronograph your
weapon (Measure how powerful you weapon fires) and providing
that it is in good shape we welcome players with their own equipment. We also have weapons for hire should you not yet have your own.
Do you provide hot food and drinks?
No, unfortunately we don’t but there are shops just a short walk away ranging from Greggs, Subway, BnM and domino’s pizza too. We do suggest that you bring food and drink with you so that you can chill more on the lunch break.
Do you do night games?
Not at this very moment no, we are looking in to this as well as weekend long scenarios and Escape and Evasion type games.
Do I HAVE to take part in EVERYTHING you tell me to do?
No, this is your day, if you are wanting to chill for a bit that’s ok, we can’t/wont force you to do anything, it’s a fun packed day and it’s all about enjoying the game. The only time we will intervene is if there is a safety issue.
Im in the Army cadets, do we get a discount?
Yes, as an ex-forces personnel I hold all forces close to my heart and we offer a discount to all Cadets, Regular serving, Ex-Serving and TA/Reservists. Please let us know if you are any of these and can prove that you are we will ensure you get a discount before you start.
I play on other sites, can I play at your site?
Yes, you can play at any site, we welcome those that are new and/or experienced players that have played all over the UK.
Do I have to be UKARA registered to play?
No, you don’t have to be but it does help when you come to choosing your weapon or parts. Some retailers prefer you to be UKARA registered as this falls in line with the Violent Crime Reduction Bill in 2006 which later became an Act of Parliament. We can offer you a membership to UKARA once you have played a few games with us.
For more information please visit www.ukara.org.uk