Frequently Asked Questions

Please read our FAQ’s before sending us a message.

What age is it suitable for?

Airsoft- suitable for 12 years and up

Nerf- suitable for 6 years and up

Target range- suitable for most ages

Parental consent is essential for airsoft and nerf and parents must sign our disclaimer form giving their child permission to use our arena.

Minimum number of people required for a booking?

No minimum numbers for booking the target range

Airsoft and Nerf require a minimum of at least 4 people

How do i pay?

We accept cash and credit/ debit payments in store and online.

How much of a deposit do i need to give?

Deposits are based on the number of children you are booking the party for, we would ask for at least 10% deposit.

*Deposits are non refundable and non transferable*

How long is a session?

Airsoft and Nerf sessions last 1 hour, but there is an option to book additional hours at a discounted rate.

Target range is subject to how ever long it takes you to use all your ammo

How can i get a UKARA license?

To become a UKARA registered airsoft player you are required to take part in three games in no less than two months at our site as we are a registered UKARA game site. You must be over 18 years of age and able to provide some form of identification such as Passport, Drivers License or Bank Statement.

We have UKARA forms in our site and we will give you one and once you complete the above we will stamp your form and send it off for you. You will receive an email with your UKARA number shortly afterwards.

What is the law on purchasing airsoft guns?

Since October 2007 you can only buy an airsoft  if you are at least 18 years old and have an UKARA license or another valid defensive like the ones below:

You are a member of a properly insured historical re-enactment group or society.

You are a film, television or theatre production company.

You are (or are acting on behalf of) a museum

You are a Crown Servant in pursuance of your Crown duties

If you cannot meet any of these criteria, you can still buy an airsoft gun, one who’s principle colour is significantly different to that of a real firearm – i.e. bright green, bright blue etc- two toned.