Originally Posted by Ricochet
I biffed it running across flat cement and smashed by $2,000 gun all over the ground.
You have physical limitations the same as everyone else. If you can traverse a variety of terrain and shoot straight, without keeling over from a heart attack, you can play. Just do it at your own pace. If you're in a wheelchair, then outdoor airsoft may not be for you.
Regarding the wheelchair - check this Cat out.. http://blog.airsoft-squared.com/incr...n-airsoft-tank
Hitting the keywords airsoft and wheelchair brings up a surprising number of hits.
As for I.. at the end of the 2nd season, when i found out that the hips weren't getting any better post-op, and weren't going to get any better .. i had the conundrum of dealing with a seeming 12 year old mind, trapped inside what was rapidly turning into an 80 year old body. Either i had to give it up, concede defeat and take up a lame sport like golf as the doctor recommended, or i could use an assistive device to enable playing on... enter the Redneck Wheelchair, based upon a very cheaply obtained ATV found on Kijiji.