When I started playing paintball the field we used was heavily wooded with a couple small wooden structures, and a few tire piles. But airsoft events I find to be larger. Also fields that contain all types of play area within the game zone. Heavily wooded areas, up and down terrain, large to small buildings, ...ect. You could run either way with either game though. It's not like one field or another wouldn't work for either sport. I am a firm believer in not playing airsoft in an area that paintball is played in though. No one wants paint on their gear. I dropped paintball because airsoft has a wider variety of gear and playability. I've played paintball in a number of different field and game types. Also a high end airsoft gun is more accurate at a distance than a paintball gun. There are some amazing paintball guns out there, but they aren't common. The games themselves didn't feel the same either. Speedball right upto full blown milsim seems more exciting and tactical with airsoft. Just my opinion though.
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