ATTENTION Please: Because we care about all our great airsofters we want to continue to arrange airsoft games, fresh air, exercise, and shooting each other are great stress relievers! However considering the current COVID-19 situation everyone's health and safety is our primary concern. Therefore we are implementing these changes to our games: Please remain at least six feet apart from each other at the meeting location. When arriving at the staging area we would like to adhere to our Presidents suggestion of no more then ten people at a gathering so please be sure not to park or hang out to close to others. We want to encourage and participate the social distancing of six feet or more when in the staging area. We encourage players not to share guns, ammo, magazines, or etc. without proper disinfectant or gloves. Any items we bring to the field to supply players with will be properly disinfected. We will also provide a garbage bag for all trash, used gloves, and etc. so that we may leave the field as clean as we found it.
As the backbone of the quad cities airsoft community we take our responsibility very seriously and we want the local games and activities to continue long after this virus has become a footnote in history.
To our players that choose not to join us, please know that we miss you all and we will continue to practice our aim so we won't miss you at future games!
To our players that choose to join the fun, please be aware of yourself and your surroundings when in the meeting location, the staging area, and as well as on the playing field.
We would like to thank everyone for their continued support throughout the years we have been in business and we look forward to building a great future together.
Raptors Airsoft Event Recommendations
The following recommendations are for any event we host.
1.) Raptors #1 recommendation is always the same - if you are a jerk, a cheater, a liar, or have any kind of attitude problem towards others, don't bother showing up.
2.) When the host of the event is reading over the field rules and the mission scenario you should be paying close attention to what is said. If you are not paying attention not only are you being very rude but you will also ruin the scenario for other players because you will not know what is going on.
3.) Bring water, LOTS of water, it is of utmost importance that you stay hydrated when airsofting in the Arizona Desert. Lunch and/or snacks is also a good idea because we will be taking breaks between scenarios.
3.) Bring a table or something to set your gear up on, bring a chair so that you may sit down and relax between scenarios. It is also a good idea to bring a canopy of some sort, as many of our fields have no shade.
4.) Plan on not getting lost. Look at the surrounding area to help you know which direction you need to travel in order to get back to the staging area.
5.) Don't forget your eye protection. Face protection also if you choose to wear it.
6.) Make sure you have a waiver signed and on file for the Airsoft store in Prescott Valley. If you are under 18 years of age a parent or legal guardian is required to sign the waiver as well. WHEN filling out the waiver paperwork be sure to write legibly, if we are unable to read your name your waiver will go in the trash and you will not be allowed to play.
7.) Please come prepared to play, DON'T wait until the last minute to get ready.