ABOUT HOLLYWOOD SPORTS PARK AIRSOFT
Hollywood Sports Park Airsoft is a recreational activity in which participants eliminate opponents by hitting each other with spherical non-metallic pellets launched via replica firearms.
WHAT IS HOLLYWOOD SPORTS AIRSOFT?
Airsoft pellets are spherical projectiles used in Airsoft gun models. Typically made of plastic, they usually range in size from 5.93 to 5.98 mm in diameter and weigh between 0.12 and 0.48 g, though select models use 8 mm or 3 mm pellets with the most popular weights being 0.12g and 0.20g. Although sometimes called BBs, they are not the same as the 4.5 mm projectiles fired by BB guns.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
We suggest you wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing that cover as much exposed skin as possible. Hooded sweatshirts, sweat pants, and good running shoes with ankle support are suggested. Hollywood Sports Paintball & Airsoft Park has a fully stocked pro shop where you can purchase airsoft apparel including disposable jump suits.
Airsoft also requires Full Face Protection…Eyes, Ears, Nose , Mouth, and Cheeks must be fully covered and protected, this protection is found on Fully Integrated face protection from some airsoft masks is highly preferred. A combination of separate items under park discretion is acceptable. Shop Glasses, Safety Glasses, Ballistic goggles, Razorback goggles, or Snowboarding/Skiing goggles not allowed for eye protection. Cloth rags, scarves, or similar material-types not allowed for mouth, cheek, ear or nose protection. Carbon Steel “Iron Face” and most “Iron-Face” style masks are acceptable. Mesh eye covers are not allowed.
WHAT EXTRA THINGS SHOULD I BRING?
***Field BB’s are required for Airsoft gun rentals***
During the summer months always carry sunscreen. Remember, we are outdoors so dress for it.
DOES GETTING SHOT WITH AN AIRSOFT PELLET HURT?
Airsoft pellets typically leave small lesions (welts) on exposed skin. While mildly painful, pellets are not typically damaging to the skin. Eye protection is universally mandatory to prevent damage to eyes. It is also required that full face masks and body protection be used during airsoft matches to protect the players’ teeth and ears. This means hard all-covering ear protection and solid, non-mesh eye protection. (Sunglasses/mesh lenses are prohibited.)