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CHAPTER I The Problem This chapter discusses the background, objectives, significance of the study, scope and limitations, data gathering process and the research design and methodology. 1.1 Background and Rationale of the Study
Airsoft is one of the newest and fastest growing sport in the Philippines. It is somewhat similar to paintball in that your primary goal is to shoot your opponent with an air-powered weapon but that is where the similarities end. Most paintballers play in small field with brightly colored flashy uniforms. Airsofter's on the other hand prefer MilSim (Military Simulation).

Devised to be an example of combat sports that required relatively little preparation but was capable of entertaining participants for several hours, the sport quickly began to spread, and is today found in many places around North America and Europe. Airsoft enthusiasts tend to organize clubs that are referred to as meetings, and often structure their games along military lines. However, there are airsoft meetings that specialize in historical reenactments of famous battles, as well as some meetings that provide choreographed simulations for the wider community.

Outdoor fields are often preferred because it provides a more realistic environment. It is also a great place for items that may end up in the dump to be recycled as course obstacles and structures. When shooting outside, environmentally friendly ammunition should be used to avoid build up on the outdoor airsoft field. Weather conditions may cause an outdoor field to be closed and unavailable. People love airsoft for the fact that it is so realistic. The scenarios and game play are things that movies are made of. Most of the guns are manufactured to look just like the real thing. Venues usually will provide camouflage wear and put people in teams then send them off to play. Just like in other…...

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