Airsoft is a game in which players try to eliminate opponents by hitting them with a 6mm ball using airsoft replica weapons.
You can play airsoft in the Czech Republic, as well as in most countries, only in designated places, with the permission of landowners. An important condition is that there must be no danger impending to non-participants or damage to other people's property.
Yes, if it is your garden and provided that you secure the area so that the balls do not fly to the adjacent plots.
Only if the owners agree. However, keep in mind that the balls have an energy of 0.5-3.5 joules. The ball can easily damage glass, ceramics, wood plywood and other less resistant materials.
Yes, there are several official playgrounds in the Czech Republic. Fénix Arena in Hradec Králové, Duty Arena Hodonín, Airsoft Park Ketkovice, Bullet farm Klecany. There are also several organizing groups that organize larger and smaller airsoft events. If you can't find anything in your area, write to us. We will advise you.
Unfortunately, this is not possible. All Airsoft weapons fall into category D under the Weapons and Ammunition Act. The legislation does not allow the purchase by a person under the age of 18 and a person who is not competent to perform legal acts. However, the law does not exclude "arms entrustment" (the opinion of the Ministry of the Interior on the entrustment of a category D weapon) as a result, airsoft rings and youth clubs operate. The airsoft weapon must therefore be purchased by your legal representative and may only be entrusted to you for the purpose of shooting under supervision.
Yes, it is. But the condition is in compliance with the basic rules.
- the use of goggles and, where appropriate, masks and other means
- safe handling of weapons
- shooting only in a reserved area
Yes, we do it at all our branches. If you are far from us, the weapon can be sent for service by mail. however, preferably in the original packaging so that it is not damaged during transport