UCAP does not allow the use of box mags on non support weapons. We do not allow the use of two tone/transparent BB guns even if they are covered up.
All players must be 16 or above unless accompanied by an adult (over 18) who will take responsibility for their actions. The minimum age is 14, younger ages may be accepted, please call the office to discuss.
This list is an overview to help you ensure you arrive at any of our sites ready and able to comply with our rules.
You will be given a site specific briefing with full safety brief and rule clarification before ALL games at ALL sites
All sites have un-even surfaces, trip and fall hazards and suitable footwear is to be worn at all times.
Areas can get wet underfoot and become slippy. It is also dark in places at the UCAP Bunker, a torch is recommended.
Do not touch or move any parts of the structure or game props unless they feature as directed as part of the game being played.
EU Safety Approved eye protection must be worn at all times outside of the safe zone.
We strongly recommend full face protection, shooting glasses at your own risk.
Head protection is strongly advised as it offers some protection in the event of a trip or fall. At your risk if you don’t follow our advice.
Long trousers and sleeves should be worn to prevent injury.
The absolute maximum FPS on full auto guns is 350fps with a .20g bb on OUR chronographs. Sniper rifles can be used outside, 500fps for bolt action, 420fps for locked to semi electric guns. Any weapon to be found running hotter will not be allowed to be used. Players found using a hot weapon not checked by UCAP or that has cheated the chronograph will be asked to leave. Due to the C.Q.B nature of the games we play, we take a very serious stance on hot weapons. We will be checking all guns and undertaking random spot checks for your safety.
Weapons must be cleared and mags removed before entering the safe zone. No firing in the safe-zone, even dry.
Nothing larger than a 9mm or MK5 (Dangerzone, Enola Gaye etc) can be used and take care how you throw them. Players are not to retrieve BFG’s until end of game or area is captured. Smokes are to be used outdoors only and no red or orange colours are allowed. No French bangers, crow scares, homemade or over 120db pyro can be used.
Lasers are allowed as long as they are red and of a low power output; do not point into others players’ faces. NO GREEN LASERS.
Nothing ruins an airsoft game faster than players not taking hits. Please help us to provide top quality airsoft games by being an honest player.
A hit occurs when a BB fired directly from a gun, or launched by a grenade or spring operated trap, strikes a player anywhere about their person or attire.
Gun hits and definite ricochets do not count as hits, but all other areas (head, equipment, mask, fingers, feet etc) do.
When you are hit, shout ‘hit’ and raise your hand. Leave the game zone keeping your arm raised to indicate to other players that you are out of the game. Do not linger in the game field. Outdoor sites often run medic rules and you will be advised during the briefing of this and how it works.
Dead players must not walk through hot areas and they must not be used for tactical gain. Other than to advise of your own current status dead players are not to talk.
If the rules of the game allow re-spawns, you must move clear of any action before doing so. No tactical re-spawns.
Although we don’t mind a bit of adrenalin fueled aggressive shouting, we draw the line at fighting and verbal abuse. Cheat calling is expressly forbidden, seek a Marshal if you have an issue with another player.
UCAP does not allow the use of box mags on non support weapons. We do not allow the use covered or not of two tone/transparent BB guns.
Whilst on the site you agree to being photographed, video recorded or having your image captured by any other means. These images may be published and distributed via the internet or in any other medium for promotional purposes.
Marshals’ decisions are final and are based on safety and good intent.
If you are unclear on any of these rules, or you have any questions about them, just ask one of our friendly, experienced marshaling staff.
Please put safety above any game constraints. If you or the marshals would see what you are doing as dangerous, then simply don’t do it.
Safety and security will always take precedence over gaming.