Originally Posted by KoolAidMan
On the higher then standard indoor fps , i was thinking since its nearing the end of the regular outdoor season some people may not have there springs changed yet that is my reason behind that .
.... Well that is sound logic I guess (assuming people only play outsude during summer and run with higher speed guns) but there is a fatal flaw in it. People still play CQB games during the summer. Take Claybank for example, I didn't go but on the rules there was an indoor rules section (300 FPS) in addition to outdoor rules (420 FPS).
You should probably change that. But at least its good that you understand and are taking the constructive criticism. I would actually consider going to a game you run since you seem to have a good head on your shoulders and at least consider safety (not like shooting in the safe zone, and having general safety violations).