Rare But Effective Airsoft Tactics

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Introduction: Rare But Effective Airsoft Tactics

Airsoft tactics that will leave you weltless

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Step 1: Defending

There are quite a few defensive airsoft tactics. This one is on the theory kill or be killed. Instead of waiting in a position for an enemy to come by(which may not even happen) try going and finding your enemy. This will create confusion on the attacking team and will leave them retreating and or being laced up.

Step 2: Defensive Tactic 2

I named this tactic Black Hawk. The defending team (depending on team size) will place 4-5 teamates in trees lining a path or commonly walked area, and send other teammates(preferably fast runners and maybe a fat kid) to lure the attacking team into the ambush area they will take positions under the trees that contain a "black hawk" remain hidden until majority of the attacking team is in the zone. The problem with this tactic is that if the attacking team sees the "black hawks" in the trees it could be very deadly for the defending team but if this is performed correctly it will result your team with another victory. Remember you have the element of surprise use this to your advantage.

Step 3: Sniping Positions

Snipers can be verrryyyy deadly in airsoft. A snipers ideal location is always somewhere up high where he can see most of the playing area. Snipers should not be directly with the rest of the defensive positions but rather off behind and over to a side. One spotter should go with the sniper for an extra pair of eyes and ears and help incase the sniper gets ambushed. If the playing area is realatively flat and the trees are too dense to be a reliable high point be ironic and set up in a hole at the end of a trail. Wait for an attacker to get in range then pick em' off as they come.

Step 4: Offensive Tactic

Playing on the attack team is my favorite part of airsoft. Some reliable tactics that I have used in the past is to split up into 3 groups. A fairly large group that will go up the middle of the playing area. And two equally sized groups that flank up along the sides. IMPORTANT: Keep within each groups sight so you can use hand motions and not have to yell. This will make it easier for the side groups to sneak up and catch the deffenders on surprise.

Step 5: In Combat

If you in combat and you see the other team starting to flank you TELL YOUR TEAMMATES. You have a better chance of holding them out if you hole team knows whats going on. If you are being overun retreat to a better location. You then can regroup and the other team will be forced to rethink there strategie. Always keep your eyes on the target(s). If u duck down or turn ur back to a tree you could miss an enemy moving and this could result in death!

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    35 Discussions

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    L_Dawg
    L_Dawg

    9 years ago on Step 3

    Correction, "Good airsoft snipers can be deadly". They aren't even very deadly since they have to calculate each shot and their rate of fire is low.

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    MI_CONSERVATARIAN
    MI_CONSERVATARIAN

    Reply 4 years ago

    One good sniper can keep a squad pinned down. Just because the rate of fire is low, doesn't mean they aren't deadly. A guy on my team once kept a squad stuck on a treelike for twenty minutes before my squad could reach him.

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    Daragon23
    Daragon23

    Reply 1 year ago

    Agreed. I am currently the top sniper in our team and I am one to be feared when opposed. I tend to be everywhere the enemy isn't and snipe him while he is still looking at me.(Although he cannot see me anyways because of my camouflage.) I may have a low rate of fire and a rifle that weighs the same as most LMGs but I am quite gifted/trained at predicting the bullet path of my first shot and rarely have to shoot twice at one enemy. (Excluding games where revival is a factor) never underestimate the power of a single sniper unit, as he may prove to be the ambassador of death or the angel of the field, playing as the last one alive and still win. This has proven to be more commonly the case than not.

    keep the shots clean, quiet, and deadly.

    -Delta 2-3

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    WarPig137
    WarPig137

    Reply 9 years ago on Step 3

    They can take out specific enemies, function as scouts to help coordinate your team, and get attackers heads down. Snipers are often very deadly for their rate of fire. Every shot counts.

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    SO4Jesus
    SO4Jesus

    8 years ago on Step 4

    Would guerilla tactics work in the terrain in the picture above? It looks ideal for guerilla tactics.

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    ryanminty
    ryanminty

    8 years ago on Step 3

    i personal play on an airsoft team as a sniper i have real Canadian Forces Advanced Marksmanship Training CFAMT and basicly it means im sniper qauled and alot of the tactice work in aisoft but the thing is you have to pick a spot that doesn't look like a sniper would be there...say just under the bush thats 5 feet from the path, no one will think of it but again that contradicts the point of being a sniper so my best advice is the opposite...stay low in both senses stay off hills and stay as low as possible to the ground think flat and use proper camouflage

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    ilpug
    ilpug

    8 years ago on Introduction

    i can some this up in several words per step
    1. don't camp.
    2. create distractions
    3. snipers are cool.
    4. run up in a group and shoot people
    5. communicate
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    Ctholden
    Ctholden

    8 years ago on Step 2

    im not fat but im not thin im the only one in my schoool who ran the none stop mile my time wa 603

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    UNKN()WN
    UNKN()WN

    9 years ago on Step 2

    dude, i have a fat kid in my class, like a train, he builds up momentum, hes unbelievably fast

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    mcallahan1
    mcallahan1

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    I Have a kid like that in my PE class.

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    Burnsides
    Burnsides

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I am that kid.

    Well, at least for my area.

    :)

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    WarPig137
    WarPig137

    9 years ago on Step 3

    Something on sniping: while being high lets you see more, being low prevents detection. Advice I've always heard for snipers is STAY LOW. Low, low, low.

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    dontkillpenguins
    dontkillpenguins

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    this guy i know modded a high fps sniper rifle to be full auto and ran into enemy teretory shooting everyone

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    JamesTB13
    JamesTB13

    9 years ago on Step 2

    You know, fat kids can be surprisingly fast. Also, as a fat kid myself, surprisingly stealthy.

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    nicknack171
    nicknack171

    10 years ago on Introduction

    too many guides on airsoft like ive said on every other guide that gets put on here

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    emmerich45
    emmerich45

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    good point, but you should really only say it on every other guide but one, dont want to be left entirely without airsoft guides, save that kind of total removal for the thousands of knex guides :)

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    nicknack171
    nicknack171

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    im sorry but i feel like they make different stuff on the knex but what ever

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    emmerich45
    emmerich45

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    i was only kidding, people should be able to post whatever they like, it does get a little irritating when trying to search for stuff though.