Reminder that Zombie Nation at OXCC is coming back! Think you can survive the fourth installment of Zombie Nation at OXCC in Chesapeake, ME? Zombie Nation 4 will run Saturday, October 25th from 10 AM – 4 PM and will have players starting with a map and a list of missions to complete around the field while combating zombies for their survival. Only $35 to play when you pre-register or $45 for walk-ons.
NJA is looking to create a series of articles on Airsoft Basics to help new players in the sport avoid costly mistakes and to make it the best resource possible it should be sourced from the years of experience and expertise within the NJA community. Lets create a meaningful resource to help introduce and welcome new players to grow Airsoft in NJ together. So for the first article lets start with basic maintenance:
What steps do you take to clean your AEG after a long event and any tips or best practices to help get the job done?
You can share your tips and techniques on our forums at the link below:
One week away from Halloween so get some Zombie Airsoft action!
For the sake of easier navigation we have redesigned our Legality section to simply display a list of federal, state, municipal and corporate laws that pertain to Airsoft players in New Jersey. Each law on the list will link to a dedicated thread on the forums with additional details about the law.
We will be adding to this page significantly in the next few weeks so check back in to stay up to date with Airsoft laws in New Jersey.
If you are aware of an Airsoft law in your city that’s not on the list, please let us know by contacting us.
How many times do I have to say it? Don’t bring your Airsoft guns to school…
Police were called into the Lacey Township High School in Lacey, NJ on October 8, 2014 to investigate the circulation of digital photos depicting two Airsoft handguns on school grounds. Upon review the officers were able to identify the student involved. He had brought the guns to school in his backpack and thought it would up his “cool kid” score by taking pictures of the guns at school with his cell phone and proceeded to share it with his friends and fellow students.
This incident could have ended significantly worse and the Lacey Township PD should be held in high regard to the manner they handled this situation. Remember kids; Airsoft is fun, but keep them off school grounds. Not only is it illegal, but it could also get you killed. Continue Reading