How to Train an Airsoft Team
The following article will discuss how to appropriately train you're noobish pals in the ways of the tokyo mauri, and classic army.
1. First you will need somewhere to train, a barn, a airsoft field or a forest with some wide open areas will do fine. Next you need you're team, 3-5 guys is the easiest to handle, make sure that all jokers are dealt with and that you make you're point that you are running a serious team. Next you will need the following:
2. Airsoft guns; the Crosman Stinger Shotgun is one of the best guns a beginner on a budget can buy. After that, try an AEG, but make sure that you get one with a metal gear box, preferably an Echo 1, or if you have more money, a Tokyo Marui or Classic Army
3. Airsoft positions vary. Most airsoft teams have too many people who want to be a sniper, so have at most 1 sniper for every 4-6 other people. Echo 1 makes good guns for riflemen and submachine gunners who only have about $150.
4. uniforms are fun and help teams performance.
5. water or gatorade is needed during battle or training to insure dehydration does not effect you're team.
6. rope, netting, boards & wood, cans, logs, and a watch.
7.Now you are set to begin training set up some barracks with some boards and make barrickades out of net or rope if you want and set you're noobs against each other or you or a veteran to test and evaluate their skills. For drills you can have your trainees try to get flags while a stationary sniper shoots at them, or they can take target practice. Another good drill is to have them behind a barrack with an empty clip and some ammo and see how well they can reload with some-one shooting at them.
8. there are several more drills just use some imagination.
9. A good training drill is to set people against each other (even teams preferred) and give them one clip with no extra ammo. this forces them to realize that they have to conserve ammo