Originally Posted by Brian McIlmoyle
No it's not impossible.. I have done it..
I have graduated about 150 people through the TTAC3 ATQ1 course .. a lot of those people have gone on to substantial success in the community.. well grounded and prepped.
the Western New york AS Association, has a AS 101 course that people MUST take before they can get into games.
So there is precedent for this..
Who in Montreal would do this? I would absolutely love to do it, but I'm not exactly old or have much Airsoft experience. How many reel steel rules apply to airsoft anyways? Apart for movement, gun/trigger and breath control, there's not much really.
I know someone is trying to open a field IN Montreal (not its outskirts), so that could help loads.