Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most.
What is the FPS site limit?

The site FPS limit for all Weapons capable of full auto firing is set at 350 FPS. DMR Rifles that have been locked to semi-automatic can fire up to 450 FPS (MED of 20m). The limit for any bolt-action weapon and sniper rifles is set at 500 FPS (MED of 20m). All of the above is measured using an .2g BB.

How do I get to Division 22?

Follow the A1 south until you reach the A57/A614/B6420 exit toward Worksop/Sheffield/Nottingham/Ollerton. As you exit the A1 at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit. At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Blyth Rd/A614. Continue to follow A614 and Go through 2 roundabouts (the last of which has a McDonald’s on it) Staying with the A614 in approximately 2 miles you will go past the Rose Cottage Pub on your right hand side, the Jungle site is now only 1 ¼ miles away also on your right hand side.


Check out our extensive directions here.

Is there parking available?

We have plenty of parking available onsite a short walk from the safe zone.

What time do the games run?

Our site opens at 8:30AM and games will run until 4PM.

Is food available?

Yes, you can purchase snacks on site throughout your day with us. Food availability is subject to change and will be announced on Facebook.

What happens if the weather is bad?

Because all our weapons are weather proof and we have undercover seating areas, then we just carry on as normal. If there is torrential rain then we might pause a game until it passes. We may cancel a game day if there is a severe weather warning issued and this will be communicated to all attendees.

What are your pyro rules?

This includes anything that makes a bang noise. This is a limitation set by the rental agreement and anyone found using these items on site will be asked to leave.
We do allow smoke grenades on site with certain colours simulating different purposes.
WHITE – Chemical Grenade. These grenades are an instant kill for anyone within a 5M radius of where it lands. This also acts as an area denial for the duration of the burn. (In layman’s terms this simulates a bang pyro)
Any Other Colour. These are used as standard smoke grenades and have no other purpose.

Can I bring my own Pyro?

We only allow the use of smoke on site and absolutely NO pyrotechnics that make a bang. This is a limitation set by the rental agreement and anyone found using these items on site will be asked to leave.

Do you sell pyrotechnics?

Yes, but as this is a no bang site we only sell smokes. Minimum age is to purchase and set off pyrotechnics is 18. This means parents cannot purchase them for someone to use under the age of 18.

Do you have a shop on site?

Yes, although our selection is limited to essentials. BB’s, gas, smokes and some accessories are available.

Can we bring our own refreshments (food/drink)?

Yes. But we do not allow BBQ’s or fires.

Is alcohol allowed on site?

NO. We do not allow any alcohol to be brought onto the site. Beer and guns do not mix.

Do you have first aid on site?

Trained first aiders available on site. First aid kit available. Keep own medication in top left pocket / pouch

What's the minimum age to play at Division 22 Airsoft?

The minimum age to play at our site is 12 years old. You’ll need to have a parental consent form signed which can be found in our downloads section.

What is Airsoft and where did it come from?

Airsoft originated in Japan in the early 1980?s as the Japanese answer to the American craze of Paintball. Airsoft has advanced over the years in both technology and as a sport, granting higher performance and more realistic cycling guns. This allowed for greater realism in play and in turn the game was able to develop into the true immersive combat sport we know today. Across Japan, South East Asia, North America and Europe there are hundreds of thousands of players who put on their combat gear, heave on their webbing and grab their rifles each weekend.

Airsoft is a sport that was developed by the Japanese in the late eighties to replace the popular sport of paintball, which had long been criticised for a lack of realism, high cost of the associated equipment (especially ammunition). Airsoft proposed an answer to all of these concerns: Airsoft replica weapons are legally described as ‘toys’ and have been manufactured to closely resemble their real counterparts, both in size and weight, with most of them working on both single shot and fully automatic using a simple piston driven by a battery powered electric motor. Due to the forces required to fire the size of a paintball, bruising is hence a common side effect from the impact. Airsoft BB’s are only 0.20G in weight and therefore the force required to fire them is considerably less, hence the effects of impact are negligible (an Airsoft BB will not break human skin even at close range).

Can an airsoft replica weapon be converted into a real weapon?

Absolutely NOT! Although they look the same as their original counterparts, they are produced as toys from either hard ABS plastics or mild metal alloys. Internal parts are not even remotely the same as real weapons and original gun parts cannot be made to fit.

If you have any other questions please call us on 01623 345 022.

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