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Post by Donknottz on Thu May 14, 2009 5:12 pm

It was wisely brought up that we need to address safety since we are getting a lot of new players. If you haven't looked at the safety section of the forum yet you need to look at the rules. http://cvairsoft.darkbb.com/safety-f1/safety-rules-of-engagement-t16.htm If you are caught not following the rules you will be asked not to come and participate anymore because that puts you and others at greater risk for injury. Plus we just don't like cheaters.

It is especially important that everyone knows that they participate at their own risk. This is a dangerous sport and injuries will happen. I don't believe we need to have people fill out a waiver. Mainly because we aren't any sort of business running these events, but rather a group of convenience. For example, if I get together with friends on a Wednesday night and play soccer and unfortunately get hurt. I am not able to take my buddies to court because they called and invited me to come play. That is how you should consider this group, the forum and website merely make it more convenient to organize our activities.

If you are 18 years old you are old enough to recognize whether you wish to take the risks of playing. If you are under 18 you need to have your parents permission if you are going to participate in a dangerous sport. By them dropping you off for an event they should understand that they are leaving their child to run around in the woods and handle dangerous firearms. NOT, "Oh these guys will take care of my child and are now in charge of them and my responsibilities are transferred." If a parent wants to maximize their child's safety they should stay and watch them play just as if they were in a public park on the swings.

If I haven't made myself clear please feel free to ask for clarification. The main point is that everyone, including myself, plays at their own risk. You should expect to get hurt if you play this sport for very long. We have setup some rules that we follow to minimize the chance for injury and we take precautions to make for a safe environment. That being said, the chance for minor and major injuries or even death are possible.
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Post by reidc on Thu May 14, 2009 6:25 pm

Absolutely. If you are under 18 you should have your parents read this and the safety rules.

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