Airsoft Centurions

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Pizza Night

We meet once a month for "pizza night" to discuss club issues and socialize off the field. Please visit the Events page for more info!

 

Uniform

The following requirements are for those that wish to become members. To play in our games, you need only suit up in the minimum loadout as outlined in the Join section.

 

The official Centurion Uniform consists of:

Battle Dress Uniform - Primary (USFOR)

The minimum dress requirement is a set of military pants and shirt. (aka BDU's or Battle Dress Uniform.) Our primary pattern is 'ACU':

 

Note: Effective 2018 will we be changing our uniforms to Multicam. New members may wear Multicam now while we switch over.

 

 

Accessories are optional and should match the uniform pattern whenever possible.

 

Battle Dress Uniform - Alternate (OPFOR)

Since many of our events are private games we often play against ourselves. So, all members should also have an "OPFOR" kit in addition to their primary uniform.

 

OPFOR kits can be anything EXCEPT USFOR patterns (Multi/ACU). Any other camo pattern or civilian attire is acceptable.

 

 

Patches

Our patches consist of a Centurion Patch, US Flag Patch, Centurions Name Tape, and a Personal Name Tape.

 

Centurion Patch
Centurion Patch
Left Shoulder
US Flag Patch

US Flag Patch

Right Shoulder

 

In addition, we issue two name tapes for your blouse that go above the pockets: 'Centurions' for the left side and 'Your Name' (or nickname) on the right side.

 

 

 

Name tapes will be ordered for you in ACU and green and brown are available for other uniforms if you indicate which ones you need when you join.

 

All patches/nametapes have velcro backing for easy application on ACU's.

 

Airsoft Gun

We play primarily at Combat Enterprises events which uses the following velocity limits:

Outdoor: 400 fps max as measured with .20g ammo.
Indoor: 320 fps max as measured with .20g ammo.

Other venues may vary, but since we play primarily at CE fields and events be sure to invest in some guns that meet these limits.

 

While it is not mandatory, we prefer that you invest in military style/M16 series weapons as a primary and Kalishnikov style/AK series weapons as a secondary.

 

M16 Series
M16 Series - Primary

 

AK47 Series
AK47 Series - Secondary

 

Again, this is not mandatory and you are free to use a variety of weapons, but we strive to have a contrast between our armies. The M16 series tend to signify 'Western' forces and the AK's are notorious as their counterpart throughout the world. Please try to invest in these as they will enhance your experience on the battlefield.

 

Safety Gear

This depends on the venue. Centurions always follow the prescribed safety gear requirements for the venue they are attending.

 

For our private games you may wear whatever eye/face protection you wish. You are playing at your own risk so it's up to you.

 

For Combat Enterprises events, ANSI, ASTM or MILSPEC rated ballistic goggles with a full seal are required. Paintball goggles/mask are recommended for their superior strength and durability.

 

Paintball goggles are recommended!

 

JT also offers thermal lenses which are a must or your goggles will fog up during play. A sweatband or other material to cover your forehead will help prevent you from fogging up as well.

 

Footwear

Centurions are required to wear tactical footwear with their uniform. You must have some type of closed toe footwear with ankle support and combat boots are preferred (no street shoes).

 

Good quality boots ensure both durability and comfort on the battlefield so it's wise to invest in a high quality pair for sustained use.

 

Recommended Gear

In addition to the mandatory requirements listed above, we recommend the following gear for sustained airsoft play:

  • Headgear (Boonie Hat, etc.)
  • Thermal Lenses for Goggles or anti-fog spray/wipe
  • Small rag to wipe goggles
    Note! Never touch thermal lenses! You must use micro-fiber cloth or you will scratch them.
  • 1-3 Hi Capacity Magazines
  • 1-2 Hi Capacity Batteries
  • Battery Charger (w/DC capability)
  • Watch or other Timepiece
  • Harness (belt + suspenders) or Tac Vest
  • Gloves
  • FRS Radio
  • Canteen or CamelBack
  • Money for admission and ammo.
  • Sweatband or headwrap