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would use in a real battlefield. After all, the objective is about the same - protect yourself from enemy airsoft fire while flushing out and eliminating your opponents. Many airsoft tactics are common sense and follow basic combat skills taught by the military. Let's take a look at some easy to use airsoft tactics:
A good airsoft tactic for an obstacle (like a fence or a barrier) is never look over it; look around it. Looking over it exposes more of your body to your opponent, and they are probably expecting you to look over the object. By looking around it, you keep yourself compact and out of sight. The less of your body you expose, the less of a target you present.
Another common airsoft tactic is to keep yourself on the ground as low as possible. While this seems easy enough, players often get caught up in the adrenalin of the game and start running, which makes them an easy target. Consider that when you are upright you present the biggest, easiest target. Make sure you keep your airsoft gun out of the water or mud when low to the ground.
3-5 Second Buddy Rushes
when assaulting an airsoft objective with a teammate, use the buddy rush method. You may need to practice this a few times before the skirmish to get it right. You and your teammate alternate rushes for 3-5 seconds towards the target, while one of you puts suppressive fire on the objective. Utilize cover and concealment along the attack route, ensuring your rush ends at a spot that will protect you from enemy fire (a tree, log, rock, etc). Use hand signals to indicate when you are ready to move or lay down suppressive fire. Your stream of airsoft ammo will keep you opponent down while your buddy moves forward.
Fool your opponent
If an airsoft player continues to shoot at an enemy, it usually means that they have a good angle on their target. If someone is shooting at you continuously, you need to change position as soon as possible. However, if you have a good position on your opponent, you may want to consider hesitating with your shots, making them think that they're safe. This can draw them out in the open making them an easy target. This is a time tested airsoft tactic
While these airsoft tactics employ basic and good common sense. . quiet = stealth -Tape down and loose and clunky items on your gun and person (LBV clips. 6% i fail and need to fall back. On Recon Mode: -Noise Discipline. Don't shoot the first person you see. they can easily be forgotten when you have your mind on your objective and forget to exercise patience on the field. after you see the other team members. but about 89% of the time it works. Always lay a couple as a base of fire and flank your opponents. rush with an automatic. This draws attention and distracts the other team and allows the rest of your team to flank without being detected. which may mean they're just being patient. turn and fire a bit. there may be others on his/her team. peferiblely gas or electric. Every member should be covering the one rushing. Your success depends on getting that info back to your HQ. the enemy usally will run . Utilize hand and arm signals to communicate with your team. Other ideas: To rush as a team. Your trying to gather info about the enemy and even probe them to gauge reaction.Quick Glances When you're on the airsoft skirmish field. straps. Cover means you have something solid between you and the enemies bb's. Keep these Airsoft tactics fresh in you mind and you'll have the advantage. like a bush. Put your team in the prone and wait to ambush. take quick peeks rather than long gazes. or just throw a grenade. Remember that your opponents are practicing their airsoft tactics too. etc) -Move only when you have to. i perticularly like to rush with my buddy/squad and open fire. Know the difference between cover and concealment. If you remember that the game is just as mental as it is physical. even if you don't see anything or anyone. waiting for you to expose yourself long enough for them to get off a shot. 5% i take in a few shots but it still works. The goal should always be to minimize your exposure as an airsoft target. If you move as a team you will survive as a team. being recon means not being detected (kind of like sniper). you'll be a much better player. Another good airsoft tatic is to wait til your enemy is reloading then open fire. Silence is golden on the battle field. sling mounts. If you have to engage the enemy you'll need surprise to gain the upper hand. Concealment means that you have a camouflaged pos that obstructs your enemies view of you. -Always be looking for the next concealed location when you move. -Always have your escape plan mapped out.
If you have two rifles with an FPS of 380 or more use one as a sniper and the other as a mid-range sniper. make them think what you want them to think. Use the long-range sniper to take out up front snipers in which are attempting to attack rifleman. When they both got completely around the enemy they both would meet up and do the buddy rush with their secondary. After a while when they suspect what you are doing then you actually can reload without them firing. Binoculars would have helped them spot me much earlier. I would always suggest you try to flank your opponent if/when they are distracted. rushes up to a tree rather close to me to take cover and take some shots at my guys and becomes a very easy shot for me. . they really work. use tactics from the first world war.. just twist them about into gorilla warfare. From what I know the idea of rushing may seem good but it isn't nearly as effective unless done right. So then in the end you would have guys at all different angles shooting the enemy 95% of the time you'll win the match. nail them. This does take practice so you will have to get your team together and practice. This tactics should only be used outside and on a somewhat large battlefield. and then when they come out of cover to fire. move fast! train fast! work faster! check out old military tactics from napoleon's era.. stop suddenly to make the enemy think you are reloading. back to rushing.. Another little trick is when firing continuously. Anyways. or attack men. During this procedure the mid-range sniper has an opportunity to take out the oppositions Long-range sniper/s Rushing is attacking the enemy head on in a fast manner. Knowing where the enemy is key.Flank your objective. If you are going to rush you will want to be as safe as possible or you'll be getting your guys shot. As for the other 2 they are most likely to be snipers and both would go completely around the enemy but one would go to the right and one would go to the left. First you have to have at least 2 guys shooting at the enemy while one guy goes around and shoots them from behind it works 98 percent of the time if you do it right. Even when it doesn't seem like there is an opportunity I can almost guarantee you'll find one if you force them to draw attention to other places (cause an imbalance on the field). One tactic when you have a 5 man squad 3 out of 5 go straight toward the enemy one by one and while one guy is moving up the other 2 give covering fire. I don't know how many times I've sat in my well hidden foxhole and the OPFOR (opposing force-bad guys) doesn't notice me. decoy the decoys. surprise your opponents Another good move to do is try to flank the opponent..
. Rushing can sometimes win the match. when you are going and if its safe enough (cover) AS A TEAM (meaning everyone should know when.Speaking of taking cover. A good way to keep that from happening is keeping a couple people in the back to fend off a small counter-offensive. HAND SIGNALS & communication are key) so that people will be able to give suppressing fire and you don't get lit up. but it can also backfire or land you in a well planned trap. This puts the rushers at a big disadvantage because now they can't take cover without having their backs exposed to us (who do have cover). Often times our team is prepared for a rush and sends a small squad around the back of the rush while the others hold off the front. plan out where you will be going! When rushing you definitely need to know exactly where you are going. If anything. how you are going. focus more on deception and flanks. where etc) (radios.
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