G'day, and welcome to the forum urbanwarfare
1. On the profitability side of things, since the bb's will not cost much, we'd have to implement another way of keeping the club alive. ie, membership fees, hiring of club taggers, allow public to play without membership fee. Etc.
2. Banking the taggers seems very ill-thought, not only would it be a hassle when a person wants to move, but it also puts all the stress of the club owner to keep every tagger in order, something which the owner of said tagger is obliged to upkeep. No matter what licence Airsoft comes under, we will always have the same rules as live pistols and rifles. We will have to store every Airsoft firearm inside of a gun safe which is bolted to a permant structure, like a pole in a garage. And to and from games we will have to keep them in a portable gun case with a padlock.
3. While I love the idea of a massive milsim conquest game, our government probably would not like it at all
One problem our government has with this kind of thing is, our youth today is becoming very militarised with games such as MW2 BF3 and such others. They dislike the rising popularity of violence amongst youths. So what we need to do is show them that it is only a sport, conquest might inhibit that somewhat
Awesome idea though
4. That would be great to start an AUS/NZ league. We could go over both countries for games, play on home turf and be visitors. I do believe if Peanut sees this he will offer assistance lol, there is a club in NZ that I know is very interested in this idea, they get Australians come over all the time to play
I think they are called Capitol Team Airsoft.
You're never too old to play Airsoft haha, I've seen guys about 50 get up and have a go of it
But I am very keen to get into it aswell, very interested in going over to NZ and having a few games, and explore the country
Cheers for the reply