Start EARLY to get yourself and your gear ready for game day!

REQUIRED Items
  • Admission ticket purchased online in advance for the specific event that you plan to attend
  • Awareness of our Basic Values & Rules
  • Awareness of the start time and details of the specific game the you plan to attend as linked on our Events page
  • Barrel cover on each airsoft rifle (sold for $4 each at the field)
    no socks, towels, sticks, squeegees, or other non-industry-approved items
  • Full-seal eye protection (ANSI Z87.1) with a strap that wraps around your head (sold for $10 to $18 at the field)
    no mesh goggles, no ski goggles, no shooting glasses
    Oakley M Frame must have Helo Kit and Performance Strap
  • Hard plastic or metal mesh lower face mask if you are under 15 years of age (sold for $10 at the field)
    not just a shemagh or neoprene
  • Payment method (cash, Venmo, PayPal, Google Pay, or Apple Pay) for extra items that you may need to buy at the field
sorry, no credit/debit cards
  • Portable water or another form of hydration (at least 16 fluid ounces; sold as two for $1 at the field)
  • Red rag that is at least one square foot in size (sold for $1 each at the field)
  • Waiver (2020) and state-issued photo identification if at least 18 years of age
  • Waiver (2020) signed by parent if under 18 years of age
    If you’ve visited Harris Field since 2020 and already submitted a waiver, then you don’t need to bring another.
  • Wristwatch with stopwatch timer for most of our events which utilize our standard Hit/Respawn Rule Set (sold for $4 each at the field)
  • Please do not wear anything red or orange.


Recommended Items
  • Boots with good ankle support
  • Bug spray such as DEET for skin and permethrin for clothing
  • Compass
  • Driving directions/map to Harris Farm Field at 271 Buzzell Road, Dayton, Maine as shown HERE
  • Extra ammunition
  • Extra gun battery
  • Extra red rags
  • First aid supplies
  • Items to prevent goggle fogging
  • Pads for elbows and knees
  • Pen & paper
  • Personal emergency medical supplies such as inhalers or epinephrine
  • Printed field map linked HERE
  • Snacks
  • Sun blocker
  • Tools for when your guns break down
  • Two-way radio such as the Baofeng UV-5R with a fully charged battery for intermediate/advanced airsofters


Things To Do in Advance
  • Charge batteries.
  • Test all guns/gear to verify proper function/fit.
  • Load and lock your car the night before or have everything laid out and ready to load in the morning.
  • Drink ahead of time to be well-hydrated.
  • Eat complex carbohydrates such as pasta, if your body tolerates, the night before to have more energy.
  • Make time to get plenty of sleep.
  • Set a second alarm clock.
  • Eat a nutritious breakfast on the morning of the event.