Playing in almost any weather.

The best time for playing paintball and airsoft is the off-season only. If it is cold, your paintball tagger will freeze, pellets will burst, the mask will mist over and snow will stick to the feeder (magazine). Playing airsoft in cold weather will also result in mask misting over and heavy decline in battery capacity. During hot weather, your paintball pellets will begin to stick together, and it will be very hot in the mask and in the full body thick clothes worn for protection against pellets. The same is true for airsoft - in thin clothes it might be too painful, while in thick clothes - too hot.

Laser tag does not have these disadvantages because there is, once again, no damage factor and so there is no need for masks and thick clothes protection. You can play in warm clothes and snow camouflage in the winter and shorts in the summer.

Playing lase tag in winter

The strong limitation of laser tag is the rain that can soak a player's Laser tag gun because latest Headbands with hit sensors have been designed in such a manner that they can withstand high humidity and being exposed to a drizzle.