We've done it here. It's easy to take a bunch of team mates and have them play "actor" like roles in support of a scenario. It's MUCH easier to control the flow of the game, as well.
They don't have to be ACTORS people....you're thinking too literal. Airsofters playing roles are actors in this sense, so you do get some skill on the opfor throwing plastic at you, but they're working in support of the scenario instead of in support of their own victory.
Originally Posted by Deaf_shooter
what if it model after his?