The Outpost

Xsite game day photos

It's Based at RAF Edlesborough, a former RAF listening post which has been De-commissioned and is now empty.

The main building is a cross in section, the northern wing is the generator wing, left to right has an open hall all the way through which we have segregated into smaller rooms and fighting alleys and admin block is a unique room to room fighting experience.

There is currently a 16 and over age limit on site, but if there is a call for it we will consider running a young guns day once a month for the over 11's. we will stick up a separate thread to gauge interest and don't expect it straight away, we need to know exactly how the site will play before introducing the younger players to it.

Rentals will be available but will be limited to absolute max 10 per game day unless you are a private hire having the site exclusively.

Renting urban sites is expensive, so the walk on fee will be £35 a day, but that will include food. (£1 discount for members) There will however be free tea and coffee, but please help us out by bringing a mug, it's better for the environment and rubbish. Rentals will be £55, including gun, mask, 3000 rounds of ammo and lunch (please note, hires on this site will not include coveralls or gloves. Gloves will be for sale in the onsite shop)

There will be a full shop on site for game days, not just the bare essentials but guns, cammo, load carrying and all the trinkets airsofters need.

The easiest way to find "The Outpost"

The nearest postcode to the entrance is

The Travelers Rest
Tring Road

Please find entrance black gates on the A4146(Leighton Buzzard- Dagnall road)
Junction with B489 (Tring-ickneild Way)

From the travelers rest, drive 50 meters south down the A416 and the entrance is on your right through a large metal railed gate.
On Google maps, put in he postcode and follow the long drive down to the cross shaped building in the middle of fields, you can't miss it.


Date: 2017/04/27

Airsoft and the Policing & Crime Act 2017

How does the Act affect airsoft?

From the 2nd May 2017 the Act introduces an exception from the classification for airsoft guns as firearms, so long as they meet certain criteria.

This means that airsoft guns (and it doesn’t matter how they are powered) are not firearms if they are designed to fire a spherical plastic missile that is no bigger than 8mm in diameter and they have a muzzle energy that is no greater than 1.3 joules if they can fire successive shots (often called “full auto”) or 2.5 joules if they can only fire individual shots (meaning either “single shot” or “semi- auto”).

More Information can be found Under "What Is Airsoft" link

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