I stopped reading at "curant". Honestly, hard to take you seriously when you fail basic english skills. You've found the perfect site though.
IDK about you, but gunfighters has alot more posts and 99.99% of them are extremely beneficial to our sport with scientific proof and all, congrats on making yourself look like an idiot.
As far as all this I agree and disagree on some things. For many many years (6-7) ive helped planned and organize events and local games, as well run a team, manage online forum, and still manage to have play time. Granted Im not able to play as much as I used to, but that comes from being active duty. No matter what though, my gear is always on standby and even a 3 hour notice I will be out to help and play any game no matter the size or group age.
The majority of this sport is now advertised to the younger generation of CoD players, and thats fine. The local fields are majority ruled by that younger generation, and thats fine. I still will attend those games merely for the fact that I love getting all age groups involved in our sport. If I can lead a new guy whether hes 13 or hes 40 around and show him the ropes, I have a great time. I would stretch as far as saying I like it more than actualy playing.
On the topic of FPS limits and such. Yes I understand higher FPS limits should be allowed, but only in some cases. I am a strong believer in my sub 380fps guns and the only gun I own currently that is above is a project snow wolf barrett with an end goal of 580fps for privately set up and organized games. Indoors, I dont think anyone should ever need anything over 350fps on .2s merely for the fact that I have seen alot of bad injuries due to hot guns and neglegent use. I myself have been subject to neglegence and general irresponsibility. Everyone no matter who it is age or otherwise will at some point screw up, disobey the rules, and subsequently pay the sacrafices. The lower fps will somewhat help counter the possible injuries and lessen them to tollerable levels without putting a damper on the game.
Locations have also been becoming less and less, and I will once again agree that the CQB craze has picked up something hardcore in the past 3-4 years. Alot of my local stompping grounds have been closed to public access or the owners have sold the properties. That doesnt mean I dont I dont still try to plan games and help find locations for others to play even if I am 3000 miles away from home. Locations are easy to find, you just need to network locals and drive around and do recon. Once you have your own place, plan your own games. Start with facebook or something, start inviting everyone you know, bite the bullet go to other local fields and talk to the owners and pitch the idea to them about setting up an 18+ game.
Quit whining, Participate in local events, Do your homework, And get out and get trigger time.