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Rules

Postby Hänschen klein » Wed Jan 08, 2020 6:15 pm

RULES:
Face masks though we prefer players without face masks it is your face, but discreet ones please.
Helmet / Gun cameras etc , though we have nothing against folks getting a camera out and filming a little of the game by hand or taking odd photos (We actively encourage it) but we don't want any helmet cameras or GO Pro cameras unless they are scrimmed up out of the way. Someone came up with the idea of inserting one inside a field dressing.

AMMO LIMITS:
Bolt-action Rifles unlimited

Support weapons (Strictly limited to 1 per section) Only - 3000 per life. NOTE - in order to get another full 3000, the gun itself must be at the re-spawn point

Just to make a couple of points clear for people who have not attended our events before:-
Bolt action rifle - Unlimited Rds (This is the only weapon we will allow speed loader reloading in game if you have limited magazines).

Support Weapons:
Support weapon MGs Must be Deployed Either on Bipod on a wall Tree stump or over Crew members shoulder and manned by 2 crew. They are manned by crew they have 3000 rds ammo but may only have 500 rds ish in the magazine. You may then re load the magazine in the field with another 500 rds until your 3000 limit is reached. If the gunner or the loader is killed the MG may continue to fire until the magazine is empty. The No 2 Gunner can carry a side arm.

Organiser section Leaders will have a MP40 or Sten with 100rds per life

HITS:BB hits on any part of the body or weapon count, Ricochets don't.
Once hit you must drop to the ground and indicate loudly that you've been hit. We'd prefer a good theatrical scream rather than just a "hit"
A wounded player can be medic'd once at any time and get back in the game. There is no bleed-out. If you medic another player you must spend at least 1 minute applying dressings, murmuring words of comfort, stealing his watch, etc. A second hit after being medic'd will kill and require you to impersonate a corpse until the firefight around you is over. Don't immediately rise from the dead like Lazarus and wander off. After the shooting has stopped you must return to a respawn point and WAIT until a commander puts you back into circulation.

Grenades and mortar shells have a 5 meter instant kill radius. Artillery shells have a 10 meter kill radius. Grenades exploding inside a bunker will kill everyone inside.

Remove your cap or helmet when returning to a respawn point. Players without headgear are deemed to be not in play.

Dead men can't talk. Wounded men can't talk (except to say "aargh, that really hurts"). Medic'd men CAN talk - they are back in the game.

If a bb hits you then you're hit. No arguments. No "my shot hit you first" rubbish.

FUN: This is supposed to be fun. Looking for loopholes in the rules, ignoring orders because you want to go and shoot people, not taking hits and other tiresome open-day type behaviour makes it not fun. We don't want that.
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