The Battlefield Rules
Gun trades are only allowed during water breaks.
You can trade with each other on the field and in the out area. If your gun breaks during the game, ask your ref for a gun.
No fighting, hitting, bullying, or name-calling.
We reserve the right to kick you out without a refund.
Do not climb on top of anything.
You can play in the tank, the ship and the car.
Do not climb on top of the barrels/tires
Do not climb on top of the towers
One gun at a time.
You can use more than one gun as long all the secondary guns are tethered to you.
NO BULLETS IN POCKETS!!
(Putting bullets in your pockets will ruin the bullets)Ammo holders are available for purchase.
We have ammo holders available for purchase. Violators will be "OUT" (3) games.
DO NOT SHOOT ANYONE IN THE FACE OR UP CLOSE ON PURPOSE!!!!
If you do not want to be shot up close, DO NOT hide inside the tires..
Bullets will be flying all over. You will likely get hit in the face and up close.
This is WAR with SOFT FOAM bullets & no one has ever died from a Nerf bullet.
Shake it off and battle on… If you can’t handle it, do not play.
#1 Glasses must be worn on The Battlefield.
Automatic out if glasses are off. Repeat offenders will sit out 3 games.
Don’t touch your glasses or they will get blurry.
#2 All shots count
If a bullet hits a player ANYWHERE, they are out.
We do ask the players not to intentionally shoot anyone in the face.
We do ask the players not to shoot anyone at close range.
However, these are kids... and sometimes they do not always comply.
Repeat offenders will be asked to sit out for 3 games.
The games only last 1-5 minutes.
If you get out, you are only out for 1-5 minutes.
When you are out- DO NOT shoot your gun!
You can target shoot at the shooting range only
How are the Nerf Wars played?
Our Referee(s) facilitate the games.
Players are split up into teams.
The object of the game is to shoot all the players on the opposing team(s).
Once a player is “shot” (when a bullet hits them) the player is then “out”.
The “out” players wait in the “Out Box"until the next game.
Each game typically last 1-5 minutes, or once all (or most) of the players from one team are “out”, whichever comes first.
The winning team is then announced.
All of the players are given time to reload their guns and get back into to their positions.
We start a new game!