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Are there any groups out there doing force-on-force drills with airsoft?

I know The Polite Society has in the past, but it doesn't seem like they do it regularly.

I would like to join such a group. I don't have the experience to start one of my own.

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What is the difference between the little guns the kids play with and the FOF guns? They look pretty big and bulky, so what up with them?
I don't know much about them actually. The airsoft Glock I bought is made to use the same holsters, and is nearly indistinguishable from the real thing except for the orange tip.

 

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Thanks.

I stopped by Weapon Blender today in Orem and talked to one of the guys that are in charge of Utah County Airsoft (UCA) and seemed pretty interesting. I might goto their next match. Probably a little cheaper then going to the range every other week. Guns cost a fifth of what a normal gun does too. *shrugs* But then again I need more guns that go BOOM!
 

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I am very much a part of the Utah Airsoft scene. We have games every Saturday (9:30 am - about 3-5pm), I usually attend about every other week. If anyone would like to go out and give it a try, I have an extra gun you can use (a 1 to 1 replica of a G36c). It is battery-powered and select fire -- this is no Wal-Mart gun!

Let me know if you would like to come out and we could arrange something!

I have noticed that my instinctive shooting ability (read: point-shooting) comes directly from playing airsoft.
 
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