Firing range in Laser Tag

Sniper in Laser Tag

A sufficiently large firing range in laser tag games (up to 1000 feet) makes the game resemble real battle action more closely than paintball and airsoft. Some types of Laser tag guns, which have special tubes and lenses (such as sniper or machine-gun type taggers) have an even longer range.



Therefore, battle actions at a distance of 400+600 feet in the case of obstacles absence are common. For comparison, the paintball shooting range is about 100 feet. At longer distances, the path of the ball is too unpredictable and ball likely is not split.

Airsoft has the same problems: the ball is flying aiming at a distance of no longer than 200 feet. Overtuned guns that outshoot are dangerous and therefore forbidden in many locations. The effective shooting range is usually about 150 feet, and in rental airsoft guns which fire inaccurately, this value is declined further.

In paintball and airsoft, the aiming range is very strongly influenced by the weather: rain and wind reduce the accuracy of the shot and frost reduces the power of the shot by lowering the battery capacity in airsoft and gas bag pressure in paintball.

There is sufficiently little firing range in laser tag games. Yes, it's not a mistake. In paintball and airsoft, you cannot hit the enemy at short distances, because it will hurt them, and possibly cause injury. Therefore, a small distance in these sports is just as much a problem as large distance. The laser tag has safe electronic weapon devices for short distances - mines, grenades, bombs, artifacts, and for extremely small distances, it has a laser tag knife.