Area defined where game play is prohibited and players are allowed to remove their personal safety equipment either to prepare for play, rest, or end play. Weapons are made safe before entering this space, as defined in section 5.8.
Area defined where game play is allowed and players must wear their personal safety equipment at all times.
Volunteer who ensures that players maximize the safety of the game and enforces the rules of play. Plans events, liaises with other groups and companies, acts as Marshal when needed.
Volunteer who monitors play and helps to maximize safety and enforce rules. Helps to plan events, runs pre-game safety meetings.
Individual participating in the game. Refer to section 3.
Individual participating in the game who is 16 or 17 years old. Refer to section 3.
Individual participating in the game who is 12 to 15 years old, such individuals participate with their parents as noted in section 3.
Individual participating in the game who uses a specialized long range rifle and employs particular care and skill.
Procedure to stop play and render the field inactive to allow Admins and Marshals to respond to an unforeseen event or emergency.
Secondary group of players separated from the main group but using the same field. Prohibited, per section 11.
Procedure to allow players to address each other if they don’t notice each others shots. See section 12.2.9.
Act of resetting a “dead” player to “alive” as a de facto replacement or reinforcement in the game.