On the weekend of 26th-28th July, I returned to NPF Bassetts Pole for their famous annual paintball/airsoft festival, respectively Paintfest and Airfest for ‘3 days of paintball/airsoft heaven’.

Airfest is held annually at NPF Bassetts Pole which is located in the West Midlands and is one of the most well-known paintball sites in the UK. It is a huge festival where teams and players from around the world attend to sling some paint, compete in competition tournaments, enjoy a huge players party and get the chance to check out all the new kit from some of the biggest names in the industry. In 2017, NPF introduced airsoft to the festival and the airsoft presence within the festival has grown year on year! The event is, as always centred around a huge festival arena area that holds the trade stands, food vendors, the bar area and the player party arena with the Fireball Squadron and NPF paintball fields in the surrounding areas that are a short walk away. It truly has that festival feel but with a trade show edge!

This year there were more retailers onsite than ever before, including Enola Gaye - selling their world-famous pyrotechnics and soft goods, JD Airsoft - bringing a wide selection of airsoft guns, accessories and gear from their superstore in Cannock, Tactical Coffee Company - a veteran-owned magfedpb.co.uk, Warped Gear, Valken and many others where players could purchase new kit. There was also a good range of activities onsite - the British Reserve 225 FD SQN returned this year with a new challenge, this year teams had to transport the components of a catapult in pieces over a set of apparatus then construct the. Catapult and engage the targets that were barrels with signs such as ‘free wifi here!’ - clever. NPF also invited back their resident festival masseuse Anna, who was offering full-body massages for a reasonable price. SIXMIL and West Midlands Airsoft brought their mobile range down for the weekend with various RIFs so players could get some target practice in and try out some new weapons.

Onsite this year there was also a large selection of food vendors including K&N with their catering van selling all the festival favourites such as burgers, baps etc, the Lavazza Coffee rig for some great early morning Joe, Oregano kitchen returned with their bomb pizza, Jono’s Rustic Wraps made an appearance this year and last but not least, Greidys serving up wings and strips (if you follow me on on IG, you know I love me some wings!)

The ticket price this year rose to £95 and that included camping for the duration of Airfest - Friday to Sunday morning (although for an additional £10pppn you could stay the Thursday before and Sunday night). The facilities, as always were very good. The camping area for players is a huge field that is adjacent to the festival area where attendees can set up tents, caravans and motorhomes and have their cars parked next to their camp if they wish (something I really like because it means you can keep all your expensive kit safe in the car!) If you choose so, there is the option to purchase bands that enable you to use the shower block on site (entrance to the shower facilities is by band only, so don’t try sneaking in!) and they have plenty of portaloos dotted around the camping and main arena areas. In previous years they have had women’s only portaloos which was always super appreciated but this wasn’t the case at this year's event so it was a little disappointing. I would love to see this facility return in next years festival.

Although NPF runs airsoft skirmishes twice monthly, the airsoft games for airfest are run on the adjacent site, Fireball Squadron. For those of you that haven’t played at Fireball, the site is a dense, thick woodland that is so close in areas that you can have a member of the opposite team standing next to you in the brush and not notice! It is a maze of shrubbery with some large open spaces filled with wooden buildings, jeeps and other structures that has been running for over 20 years. 

Friday is when Airfest officially kicks off! The camping area and registration on Friday opens at 7am, along with the catering and trade show stands, and the rolling games/activities commence from 10am. I arrived at 11am on Friday morning, just in time for the festival bar to open at 12pm! The main game on Friday started at 2pm and was called ‘Downed Pilot’ - for this game, a senior test pilot in the Kosgrovian Air Force had been shot down near to the Baljski Border, the mission was to recover and either capture or recover, as he was holding intel. As I was unable to spend Friday night at NPF, I spent my Friday at the festival visiting the trade stands and catching up with old friends/making new ones. I left shortly before the Dusk game ‘Cold War’ started which ran from 7pm, the story behind the night game was the conclusion of the Kosgrovian War - the Kosgrovian’s had to defend their sites around the capital from the Bajakians, who in turn had to take these sites and capture the warheads to increase their firepower. The game ran until 9pm, ready for the Friday night movie that commenced at 10pm- which this year was John Wick! Players are invited to bring their snacks, beverages and camping seats into the arena area for the movie which is shown on an enormous screen. I was unable to stay Friday evening due to family commitments prior to planning Airfest, so I went home and returned in the morning.

I returned to the event at around 10.30am on Saturday (after dropping my niece off at her Mum’s) and made my way straight to NPF for the remainder of Airfest and I arrived to a lot of rain and mud! Despite the weather being wonderful sunshine the day before, the heavens opened during the night and continued throughout the morning (and through to the next day as well, but it wouldn’t be airfest without a little bit of rain). As I was late for the first game, I spent the morning catching up with followers and chatting to them which is always a good laugh and one of the most awesome parts of my job. At 1pm I kitted up and got on the field, the safety brief and game brief given by the Marshalls and site staff of Fireball Squadron was comprehensive and covered all the important points. After that, we set out on our first missions, on Saturday this year NPF/Fireball ran the big game ‘Diamond Wars’ which is a legacy game that sees USDE and HMC battle it out for control of the land, diamonds and the overall victory. Our first mission was to capture ground from HMC (I was on USDE) and hold it. I forgot for a while how close this site actually is when you get into the undergrowth! The firefights over one of the buildings was super intense even got to room to room clearing in the woodland which was awesome! After an intense fight, the game was called! After a short break in play, the afternoon session began and in this game we had to raid the embassy and the prison for ‘bodies’, retrieve them and store them at our respawn. Our team went really hard at this mission and managed to capture 8 out of the total hostages by raiding the embassy, we did face some really fierce pushback on the prison, HMC were worthy adversaries.

The player's party is the highlight of Saturday after the games end there is a short break before the infamous player's party. At 7.30pm on Saturday the NPF staff take to the stage in the arena and the bar opens. The player's party is a chance for airsofters and paintballers to mingle, drink unlimited free drinks (included in your ticket price) and watch some onstage entertainment. This year Mr/Miss Paintfest competition did not go ahead. Sunday this year was an interesting one, as usual, there was a few sore heads from the player's party and with the heavy rain that lasted from 7pm Saturday and all through the night, the games were unusually quiet. I chose to spend my Sunday exploring the trade stands. The game on Sunday, ‘Ground War’ generally starts at 12pm and ends at 4pm in which the briefing states the Blajakian militia must recover lost ground from the Kosgrovians. The winners of the weekend are announced at 4.30pm!

Overall, I had a great time at Airfest 2019, as I have done every year! If you’re an airsofter looking for an event to attend before the NAE to get you in the mood for the festival season, Airfest 2019 is definitely something you should consider! I love that the airsoft presence is growing year on year, and I’ve noticed now NPF have combined airsoft and paintball, the communities aren’t at polar opposites - there are more airsofters trying paintball and more paintballers trying airsoft! The event is great value for money, especially taking into consideration that all your drinks for the player's party are included AND you get 3 days worth of game days! The facilities are good - great trade stands so you can shop until you drop and great eateries so you needn’t worry about going hungry, but I would love to see a return of the women’ only portaloo - that would be hugely appreciated, especially the morning after the player's party! Lastly, I would like to say a huge thank you to Jed, Kerry and the NPF team for a great weekend, the hospitality I am shown year on year is very much appreciated, see you next year!

Article originally appeared in Airsoft Action


Hey everyone! Welcome back to the blog!

Today I'm reviving series of blog posts that haven't been seen on the blog since early 2017 - the player spotlights. The community has changed SO much in the last 2 years that I felt like it was time these posts made a comeback. Here you can learn more about content creators and players making a difference in the community. First up in the newest series of player spotlights is @undeadfred12. I started following Undead's account in 2014, just after I started playing and met him for the first time on my first visit to the United States in 2017. This SoCal airsoft player is passionate about the game, plays hard and to win.

How long have you been playing Airsoft? What originally got you into it?

I've playing airsoft now for about 10 years. My neighbor and his son went to our local field regularly and my stepdad had asked about it and brought me along with them one Sunday to try it. out. It was such a rush the first time playing, I ended up really liking it and asking to go with them regularly, they let me use their gear until I saved up to buy my own rifle and eventually from there I became more and more passionate about airsoft and it’s turned into something back then I’d never in a million years believe would be possible.

What’s your playing style?

I like to stay adaptable, usually whatever the task at hand dictates. I used to just be super fast but since injuring my knee it’s forced me to slow things down a little, but I like this new perspective as it’s a challenge but it’s the experience I gain from it that matters I feel.

Are you a woodland player? CQB fan? Or do you like to mix it up?

Woodland if I had to pick one! I do enjoy airsoft anywhere though. CQB is fun and fast-paced but I really enjoy nature so it’s awesome to be outdoors cause it’s like hiking and camping with friends but you get to shoot each other lol

What can we see you running on the field? 

Gloves I’d say are mando with any kit, it’s simple but an important part. I’m learning more and more that they are often overlooked, but I’m kind of a glove geek. I’m always changing and trying different ones also I blow through them pretty rapidly 😅 You can see me rocking my 'face' as I call it (skull mask) it started as just something I thought was cool as I’ve always had a thing for masks ever since I was little, but now it’s really become a part of me and holds a lot of sentimental value to me.

What’s your most memorable event?

This one is a tough one because there’s so many, but my favorites definitely would have to be every Uprising/frostbite at Hill559! That field really has a place in my heart, every op I’ve done there has been a unique and memorable experience for me with the best people I have the privilege of calling my close friends. Also DesertFox events are my one of my favorites because it’s like a big reunion as everyone is all in one place and it’s just the best time ever and definitely something I now look forward to every year.

Is there any advice you can give to other players out there?

Drink water! and just have fun! Airsoft is an experience and meant to be enjoyed, make memories with your friends as life is short. What I found myself doing was worrying about irl stuff while I’m at airsoft which makes it not an escape like it’s meant to be, airsoft is your individual experience and what you make of it, that’s why I love it the freedom to choose to be whatever you want to be and I firmly believe in self-expression and being true to yourself.

Where can my readers find you on social media?

You can find me on Instagram @undeadfred12 and on Youtube - Undeadfred 12



Hey everyone!

Welcome back to the blog! If you've been watching my socials you will have seen that our smoke baes EG flew out Unicorn Leah and Jet Desertfox to the UK to attend the National Airsoft Festival 2019 so naturally, I made it my mission to show the Americans what's SO awesome about the UK airsoft community, and the UK in general. Check out Leah's vlogs here, which include the weird, the wonderful, the worst and the most redneck things she saw whilst visiting!

She's not quite done with the content yet either! So as she adds more videos to the UK playlist, I'll update this post!


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Hey everyone!

Welcome back to the blog! Today I have some more news for you from PTS Syndicate, the release of their PTS Centurion Arms CMR M-LOK Rail Accessory Pack!

The PTS Centurion Arms CMR Accessories are made of Dupont™ Zytel High-Performance Reinforced Polymer. Their light-weight and small profile helps to maintain a lightweight platform with minimal bulkiness added to the slender CMR rail's cross-section. The polymer accessories adhere to the K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle and directly mount to the PTS CMR (M-Lok) with threaded fasteners making them easy to install and modify to customize your rifle for your shooting needs. These accessories are interchangeable without having to utilize back plates or to dismantle the rail system itself…thus staying true with the K.I.S.S. system. 

The Centurion Arms CMR rail covers have been given a unique golf ball style texture on its surface, providing a very firm grip for the end user’s hands. They maintain as low a profile as possible and their semi-circular edges correspond along the ventilation holes of the rail. The rail covers have score lines on the back to allow the user to custom cut it to a shorter length to fill in the gap between other accessories. 

The CMR hand stop also has a golf ball dimple textured surface for a secure grip and only requires a single screw to bolt it down. Its design follows closely to that of the rail cover so they will both transition with each other very well when placed next to one another. The hand stop can be utilized in the front of the rail to grant the ability to place the hand forward without the worry of slipping off the rail.


Color: Black
Material: Dupont™ Zytel High-Performance Reinforced Polymer
Included: Rail Cover (x6), Hand Stop (x1), screw (x13)
Dimensions:  Hand Stop – 32 x 30 x 25mm (approx.), Rail Cover – 83 x 29 mm (approx.)
Weight: Hand Stop – 5.5g, Rail Cover - 8g
Compatibility: PTS Centurion Arms CMR Rail Systems (M-Lok)

Disclaimer: This product is for airsoft, training, and stimulation only. Please be aware that this product is not compatible with real firearms. Users should be alert that airsoft products are potentially dangerous which can cause serious injury and even death. If user misused this product, PTS will not take any responsibility accordingly.

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Hey everyone! Welcome back to the blog!

It's been a crazy few weeks, travelling the UK with Unicorn Leah and Jet Desertfox, and visiting Poland for the Gunfire 2020 calendar shoot but I'm all settled in California for 6 whole weeks and I'm catching up on all the content! Today I have an event write-up for you from the biggest airsoft event in the UK - the National Airsoft Festival ran by Zero One Airsoft.

Once a year, I and my Airsoft team Project Cerberus make the drive to Ringwood in Hampshire for Zero One Airsoft’s annual event - the National Airsoft Festival! The National Airsoft Festival is, without a doubt the biggest airsoft weekender in the UK. On the bank holiday weekend in August up to 3,000 airsofters descend on Ground Zero – Zero One's skirmish site located in a small market town in the south-west to enjoy a huge festival dedicated to EVERYTHING airsoft, and this year I had two special guests with me - Unicorn Leah and Jet Desertfox, all the way over from the USA! I have harped on and on about this festival for the last 3 years so it was awesome to finally be able to show J&L exactly what I love about the NAF. As my small pink 208 was a little too small for all the kit/camping gear for three people, our smoke grenade baes at Enola Gaye organised a hire car for us - so for the weekend I had a Peugeot 2008 SUV (big enough to fit everything in!) We arrived at about 10am on Friday morning and luckily enough there was no bank holiday traffic, by the time we arrived, the festival was already in full swing! 

As I drove down the long road laden with banners for the NAF into the normal camping zone to meet up with my teammates, I was already feeling the festival buzz and so were they! As soon as I pulled up, the tent was out and everyone helped erect ‘the palace’ - if any of you know me, you know I dislike camping and almost everything about it except the BBQs and campfires! As we were setting up our tent, more and more of the team arrived until camp Cerberus was set-up. Shortly after the camp was set-up we made our way down to the festival to sign in. Most of my team to choose to just camp (which is usually my jam too but this year I decided to play) so they were signed in super quick. The players in our team, on the other hand, had to wait around half an hour to be signed in as we were on the ‘Others’. The sign-in process this year didn’t seem very smooth - and I think it could be improved by not having the lines for the 3 teams and working on a ‘bar-like’ system as when there’s no one in the queue for Bravo and Delta the ladies signing those teams in were waiting around whilst the member of staff signing in the Others were rushed off their feet - I think what would work better is if there were just 3 lines with the numbered envelopes at the back of the tent so each member of staff could grab any player number. Tickets for the NAF are £90 if you wish to play or £30 for the weekend if you simply want to camp and enjoy the festivities and shop your heart away.

The festival village this year differed slightly from the previous years. The festival area is a huge space amongst the trees of the Ground Zero forest that is conveniently situated between the gaming zone and camping zones that holds the Zero One shop tent and bar tent, the retailers/manufacturers stands, the food vendors, the range, the G&G CQB course and player sign in. It is the hub of activity over the weekend! The main difference at 2019’s NAF is that Zero One chose not to bring the entire showroom of stock to the event, instead players could order online and get the goods brought to site the same day. They did have a consumables shop on site though selling BBs, gas and other game day essentials. They also had an onsite tech tent for break downs that occurred onsite to keep players in the game. There was a great selection of food trucks at the event this year including a burger van, curry, Greek gyros, pizza, ice cream etc so there really was a choice for everyone!

The gates to Ground Zero open at 7 am on Friday for festival-goers and I recommend getting there as early as you can – this way you can get your pick of where you camp and get through the sign-in and Chrono queues as quickly as possible. The festival isn’t just for airsofters though, it is family-friendly (although dogs weren’t permitted at this year's event) and there are camping areas to suit all - from loud camping for those who want to party until the early hours, normal camping for those who are just happy in the middle ground and quiet camping for those who want an earlyish night - although I will say the number of generators in quiet camping running until the early hours is growing year on year so if you do want an early night and your camp neighbour has a generator, it may be worth having a word with them prior to the evening.

On Friday, my team spent the day BBQ’ing, having a few beverages and catching up with each other (as some of us haven’t seen each other for a year - since the last NAF) and getting acquainted with Jet and Leah. We visited the festival area and caught up with friends from the trade stands which included Enola Gaye, Viper Tactical, GBLS UK, WARQ, Tactical Coffee Company, Airsoft Action and a fair few others. I LOVE the buzz of the festival area. There is a game on the Friday for those with itchy trigger fingers. Saturday is when the main game kicks off however as I wanted to enjoy the social side of the NAF more, I stayed at our camp/in the festival area whilst. Jet, Leah and my teammate Sim went out to play - lookout for my NAF vlog to see what happened at camp! aturday us also the day we have our annual Women of Airsoft meet-up, women from our Facebook group - Women of Airsoft that are from all over the world meet-up in the bar after the raffle. We have some beverages and chat about all things airsoft. I am always excited to see these lassies because it’s such a good time!

Sunday is the day I played, and it was also the hottest day of the NAF! As temps reached 32 degrees I kitted up ready to play the biggest game in the UK. For my loadout, I chose my lumber-tac shirt and new Viper Gen 2 Elite Trousers in M81 and ran my One Tigris VULTURE Chest Rig. Although it was really hot in the camp/festival zones, the game zone itself is really cool as it is under heavy tree cover. This site honestly reminds me of Endor in the Star Wars films and I was half expecting little Ewoks to jump out of the bushes. I played for around 3 hours in total before it became too hot to continue for me (I am really affected by hot weather). I got team killed a lot and this resulted in a 10-minute walk to respawn, spending 10 minutes in respawn and then a10 minute walk back to where I had left my teammates. I think a way the gameplay could be improved is definitely by introducing a medic rule so players don’t need to walk back to respawn as often.

Overall, this was probably the best year I’ve had at the National Airsoft Festival to date! I got to see some of my best friends and hang out in glorious weather, BBQ, crack open a cold one and also play some airsoft! I would love to see the queuing system improved, the return of the Zero One shop and a medic rule for the gameplay but apart from those three things, I think the team at Zero One run a fantastic event not just for airsofters, but for families as well. I just want to say a huge thank you to Zero One for having us. See you next year!

Check out my NAF vlog here:

What happens at the National Airsoft Festival, stays at the NAF?

The UK is REDNECK AF (National Airsoft Festival)



Hey everyone!

Welcome back to the blog! If you follow me on social media you will have seen that a couple of days ago I released the September issue of 6MM ACTUAL!

6MM ACTUAL is all about giving you - the readers of FFA - more value from Femme Fatale Airsoft. I've designed 6MM ACTUAL so you can read the best of the monthly blogs and also get bonus content exclusive to our monthly downloadable. Online or offline, and for free! Whilst I love writing the blog, creating IG & YouTube content and writing for publications, I felt like something was missing and this is where our monthly downloadable bridges the gap. Truly International airsoft, from guns to gear, to events, it’s in 6MM ACTUAL.

In this issue we have - a review on the Hill People Gear Tarahumara Pack from Hiu, a review on the Specna Arms SA-H08, unfortunately no milsim content this month, a site review on The Depot, Glasgow and for our bonus content, there is a review on the Viper Tactical Triple Mag Pouch and a feature on airsoft skills and drills from Hiu!



Hey everyone! Welcome back to the blog, and apologies for how quiet it's been! I've had international guests and been travelling the UK to play airsoft, but I'm back on the grind and today I have another site review for you! This time on the Depot, Glasgow.

On the 16th of August, myself, Unicorn Leah and Jet Desertfox drove to Scotland to attend The Depot in Glasgow for the first time for their Charity weekender. We arrived on Friday 16th after a hellish 7.5-hour drive from my home in the East Midlands and settled into our Airbnb in Paisley ready for 2 days of intense CQB action. The Depot is a site that I’ve heard and seen a fair bit about from both the internet and my friends beyond the wall.

Acarius Photography

The Depot is situated in the heart of Glasgow and first opened its doors in 2013. It is the largest in-play area indoor site in Scotland with 2 floors, 7 stairwells and 150,000 square feet of space. The site is fully indoors with a large car park, a safe-zone with ample seating/tables for players to set-up for the day and it’s complete with lockers, (actual) toilets and an on-site shop stocking all the game day essentials from BBs to gas, to cans of pop and snacks. As the Depot does not serve food it’s advised that players either order lunch through them or bring their own lunch or visit the shops which are a 5-minute drive). The cost of a walk-on fee for the Depot is £32.

As it was a charity weekender the games were slightly different to what would be normally run on a regular skirmish day from what I understand. The weekender was in aid of their two chosen charities The Coming Home Centre (helping local armed forces veterans), and The SAS Regimental Association - both worthy charities. For the weekend they also had Landwarrior down to showcase the latest Umarex rifles and Valken was on site to show their range of AEGs, protection and other accessories.


On the first day of the event, we arrived at the address for The Depot but on arrival, we noticed that it took us to a furniture warehouse - I had tried to ring the site but there is little phone signal in that area. After a few minutes, I walked up to the doors of the warehouse, knocked and walked in - as soon as I saw the airsoft company banners I knew I was in the right place so out I went to park the car and retrieve the gear. We filled in our waivers and were shown to the Marshalls set-up area (as the safe zone itself was pretty jam-packed). We got ready and made our way to the gaming area for the safety brief which was delivered by Baz, the Depot’s head marshall. The safety brief was very comprehensive covering all the basics such as eye/face/ear protection, where and what pyrotechnics could be used, emergency procedures but also going into detail about areas of the site that had hazards as there had been some severe rain the night before. The first game brief was also given just after this.

Games played over the weekend were varied and kept everyone on their toes, they included team deathmatches, attack/defend, domination and capture the flag style games with medic rules (which made the huge site far more playable). The very first game was a standard team deathmatch to balance the two teams and then we moved on to more objective-based games. One of my favourite games throughout the Saturday was a game that involved a small team (separate to the main two banded teams) defending multiple items including a stretcher, dummy, a tourniquet and an IV which were located next to the van on the ground floor of the Depot. A few of the site regulars and myself and Jet were on the defensive team and started at the toilet block near the van. Shortly after game on was called, both teams battled to get to our location. Myself, Jet and another member of the defence team secured one of the main ‘funnels’ into the area of the site the attackers were trying to get to, we held this down for a long time with some fierce firefights! Eventually, the attackers overran us and took some of the objectives to the second floor. After this, we were told to spawn in the toilet block and our mission was to retrieve them so we fought our way through the dark offices at the bottom of the site and battled up the stairs. We didn’t retrieve the objectives but had a lot of fun trying! The games for the rest of the day were also really fun. On the Saturday I didn’t know how dark the site was so didn’t use a torch or tracers but by the end of the first day, I realised I would need this for the Sunday.

The game played on the second day of the event was vastly different from the day before. It was a long, objective-based game which we played for the entire day. It was a scavenging game that used a spawn clock to spawn both teams of players in, in the same location. This game mode for me wasn’t my jam but because it was a new game it did have some kinks that needed to be ironed out. This game involved two teams battling over objectives including hostages and money, it also had special characters. In this game, a spawn clock was used. Meaning both teams respawned in the same space and had 5-minute intervals to respawn, but if you missed your slot you were then waiting for another 10 minutes. I was very vocal with the Marshalls about the spawn clock. Luckily enough in the afternoon, the spawn clock was sacked off for regular medic/respawn rules. In the afternoon session, myself, Leah and Jet joined the special characters as the white coats. Which meant we were against EVERYONE else. This part of the game was SO fun - it was so target-rich and got the adrenaline going, although we did get spawn trapped a couple of times. The afternoon session on Sunday was my favourite part of the weekend - I LOVED wearing a costume and shooting.




There were a few improvements that I would suggest - the site isn’t signposted which means it can be difficult to find if you don’t know what you’re looking for (after the event, the staff told me this is for security reasons) I think the site could definitely do with some kind of signage that can be taken up and down, the spawn clock in my honest opinion doesn’t work on skirmish days unless the site is large (and I’m talking acres) I think this should be saved for MilSims apart from those two things I think the site and the games themselves were very well run.

The Marshalls at the Depot were all friendly, easy to chat to and nothing was too much hassle. I felt very welcomed by the team especially the Marshalls playing the special characters - they welcomed us into their team readily. The other players on-site were friendly and helpful, and I had no issues hit taking. On occasion if I felt like a player wasn’t taking their hits (due to not feeling it etc) I simply fired an extra couple of shots into them and all was well.

Overall, I had a great time at The Depot in Glasgow. The site itself is enormous and offers lots of varied gameplay from long engagements to close, dark CQB. Whether you like your CQB fast and hard-hitting, or slower and stealthier, the different areas of the site can accommodate for that. It has a lot of cool graffiti and different coloured lighting which add to the atmosphere. The games were varied and kept all the players on their toes and more importantly, the marshall team listened to players feedback on the day and tweaked the games accordingly. The facilities onsite are really good and the staff run a good game day. I am very much looking forward to my next visit.



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