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 Some Team Tactics

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PostSubject: Some Team Tactics   June 28th 2010, 8:19 am

Whenever you are going to play on an Airsoft team, you will need to use tactics that are specific to the situation and that have been inspired by actual, modern military drills throughout history. Even though soldiers from 2,000 years ago may have used bows and arrows, the principles are still the same and thus they are able to transcend both time and location.

The first thing that you need to understand is that you can use the terrain to your advantage. If you should happen to find yourself on an equal playing field with the opposing team, then you need to make sure that you are positioned properly. This means having a clear escape route while keeping obstacles between you and your rivals. The logic here is that your rival will find it difficult to move forward and will be able to move to higher and safer ground if your weapons outrange theirs. Of course, you should also keep a good amount of cover between yourself and your rivals in order to reduce the possibility of being spotted.

Secondly, if you do any reading about Airsoft team tactics you will find that these sources will tell you that it is best to keep a low profile whenever you are playing this game. Herein you will want to keep both obstacles and cover between you and your enemy, make sure that you move quickly and silently and be certain that you always have the upper hand before you go into attack mode. In other words, it is a good idea to hit and run until all of your enemies are conquered. Most of the time, this is referred to as a "guerrilla style" offensive. This relies heavily upon the elements of concealment and surprise. Sometimes, this particular style lends itself best to the use of snipers who are able to hide out in trees or behind other types of covering and pick off members of the opposing team.

Third and finally, you can also use aggression. This is a new type of airsoft team tactics that has its roots in modern military practice. You will find that this will work best whenever you are outnumbered because this tactic involves rushing your opponents. If they prove themselves to be undisciplined, then they will become quite confused by this. You can then use this confusion to your advantage.

Regardless of which of these tactics you may choose to use, you will need to make sure that you have the right amount of firepower to carry it off. This means that you will also need to have the right guns...
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