Originally Posted by Steven666
I am not trying to complain or anything but
I find it kind of weird that you have to be at least 16 at the minimum to play.
I race motorcycles going over 200 kph and I was racing since I was 4 years old.
But I guess, you shouldn't really trust an 8yr old with a Airsoft that could make you lose and eye, and very immature kids.
Well that is the rule that we not only self-impose, but in some provinces like Ontario, its the law one cannot own an airsoft gun unless 18 or older. You can use one, but only if your parents bought it for you and would be used ONLY under their supervision.
Be patient, as you will find that any day now you will be able to start buying guns and playing in games with people here. Like has been said, use this time as an opportunity to educate yourself in the various aspects of airsoft, such as learning about the guns, the manufacturers, whos good/bad/etc... , how games are organized, which kit to look into buying, tactics and physical movements, and when you do start playing you won't be a typical noob anymore and will have the respect of alot of seasoned players if you come to your first game and already know about as much as people that have been playing about a year.
All good things come to those who wait.