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    I feel your pain about searching for events on FB. That’s why I’m always telling people to check/post here. FB has its positives but also a lot more negatives than most want to admit. Don’t get me started on another FB rant lol. Anyhoo there are tons of events posted from all over here. Lafayette used to have a pretty active group of players and a couple fields there years ago. But unfortunately most of those players and fields are gone or at least not as active as they once were. But dig around a little here and you may find something. I do know the Birds of Prey are hosting at Sherwood Forest, so it’s not just MiR anymore. Welcome to the madhouse. ~Joker
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    Hey man! As always, our community is very spread out. If you ever get bored and wanna drive, there are player ran games every weekend in Princeton, Indiana at Silver Spur Splat Paintball. I believe they still get good numbers (around 20-30 a Saturday). I'll be back there soon myself.
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    Had this idea today and I thought I'd see if anyone else would be interested.... Basically, we'd choose a single day, at a single field and have three to five different groups/teams each host a 1 - 2 hour long scenario there. Ideally, the whole event would have a unified ruleset. One group/team would sign up for, say, the 9-10AM slot. They would be solely responsible for creating and running that hour long scenario. A totally different group/team would sign up for the 10:30-12:30PM slot. They would be solely responsible for creating and running that two hour long scenario... etc. etc. No single group would have the burden of planning an entire day's worth of games. We could bring in smaller groups that have never hosted a major event to give them a taste of running their own game. Attendance would probably be excellent since you'd have several teams directly involved, and I imagine micro-scenarios like this could be pretty unique, since you're farming out the creative talent to multiple teams/groups. This might be good at bringing together the AI community... or it might incite y'all to loathe your neighbors for their godawful logistical skills, idk. It seems like it would be pretty cool if it worked.
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    Welcome! I think you'll really enjoy how much money you are left with after a weekend of airsofting vs a weekend of paintballing 😉
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    Comprehensive list of all the fields, commercial and private, in Indiana. Assume that you can only play at these fields on dates that they have posted events for, unless otherwise specified in the notes section. This list does not include invite-only fields or ones that are inactive* *based on my current knowledge. Please let me know if information is wrong so that I can correct it. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Map of Indiana with a pin for each location: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rz-QkFE3Ohs-JPzzfSyGQiyAJfkTxY6M&usp=sharing Blast Camp Location: 563 W 600 N, Hobart, IN 46342 Price: $25-$35, rentals available for around the same price. Notes: The Boneyard Location: 3905 W Nelson Lane, Bloomington, Indiana 47404 Price: Usually $10, but can fluctuate based on event type. Notes: Parking is limited and compact. The field owner is not afraid to turn people away if they reach capacity. Carpool as best as you can or get mom to drop you off like the good ol' days. If you know you will have to leave early, let one of the Boneyard staff know so that they can plan parking around that if possible. Butler Airsoft Location: 6716 S Shore Dr, Butler, IN 46721 Price: Free, but accepts donations and help working on field Notes: The Circus Location: Bloomington, IN. No exact address so coordinates are (39.192064, -86.578140) Price: Usually free with donations encouraged, some events in the past have had small entry fees. Notes: Parking is limited and half of it is across the street, so make sure you have bags/cases for your guns and are being smart about crossing the street. There is room for about 4 vehicles inside of the fence at the property but that room is on a hill that can be very muddy. I wouldn't recommend trying to park anything two wheel drive on it. Creekside Airsoft Location: Waiting on the exact address, but it is on Coble Road in Stilesville, IN. Coordinates are 39.635202, -86.639374 Price: Free, but donations are heavily encouraged. Notes: This field runs airsoft open plays every Sunday unless otherwise stated. As of right now, parking is limited so carpool if possible. The actual property is quite large, so this may change soon. There is a large, red barn on the West side of Coble Road, this is where the staging area is. HTK Airsoft Location: 13706 E 550 S, Loogootee, Indiana 47553 (outdoor field) Price: $10 admission, $10-$15 gun rental, $2 face mask, $5 & up BBs Notes: Indy Battlegrounds Location: 2350 S. State Road 37, Greenwood, Indiana 46143 Price: $25 Notes: They only do airsoft events a few times a year. Do not show up on a random weekend expecting to be able to play. Mission 12 Location: 11650 US-50, Bedford, IN 47421 -This one is kinda confusing... The address on the website does not lead to the field. The one listed above does not either, but it will take you to the property directly across the street from the field. Mission 12 puts a sign out at their entrance, so it should be fairly easy to know which drive to pull into. Should they not have the sign out, Mission 12 is the dirt drive on the northern side of the road. Price: $15 field entry, $15 to rent gear. Players must use field BBs Notes: Parking is limited. Carpool as best as you can. Mutual Combat Club Location: 3560 Pheasant Lane, Spencer, IN 47460 Price: Varies depending on EO, but owner prefers games to be $15-$20 Notes: Decent amount of parking, but it can get kinda congested. If you know you will be leaving before the event is over, try to park nearer to the entrance so getting your car out is easier. If you get to the field early and know you'll be there the entire day, park as far back as you can. Paintball Indiana/Spec Ops Location: 6109 S US Highway 31, Franklin, IN 46131 Price: $20 for 1/2 day pass with rental gear or full day pass with own gear, $30 for full day pass with rental gear. Players must use field BBs Notes: This field runs airsoft open plays every weekend. The Predator Zone Location: 4818 Round Barn Rd, Richmond, IN 47374 Price: Notes: Sherwood Forest Location: 3497 N. U.S. 35, La Porte, IN 46350 Price: $30 for Birds of Prey hosted open plays, large events will be higher Notes: Silver Spur Splat Location: 2477 W 50 N, Princeton, Indiana 47670 Price: $10 Notes:
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