Originally Posted by THER3APER135
i was there with some friends and they wouldnt let me play because of the fps on my gun, but the only person who had a problem was the fat guy in the chair!
i have no idea on which night you went to, but if your gun was shooting hot, then i dont think anyone
will let you play.
FYI, JOC limts are 320 fps indoors on all guns.
i believe insurance plays apart in setting the fps limits at trek as well.
other groups may play with slightly different limits
bottomline.... shoot over 320 fps and its too hot for indoors and NOT allowed.