EFT (European Task Force) – Uniform
ETF – Tan Based Camos; Multicam, MTP, Desert DPM, Desert Tiger Stripe etc – No A-Tacs FG
EFT – Weapons
Any European weapons including AR platform are allowed.
(M4s, G3s, G36s etc)
No Russian AK platform weapons allowed.
Vukodlak (Russia) – Uniform
Russians – Green, Black and Grey Camo’s; Russian Camos that are not Tan/Desert Based – No A-Tacs FG
Vukodlak – Weapons
Any Russian or eastern bloc weapon is allowed, will also allow G3 rifles
(AK’s and all its variants and Russian machine guns etc)
The exception is any Bolt action/pistol can be used for the Russian side due to the lack of options available .
Webbing and Plate carriers etc can be any camo you like, but where possible please try to match it to your side/camo.
We do not expect you to make perfect/historically accurate loadouts but if you can, please theme as best as possible
IF YOU’RE NOT SURE ABOUT WHAT CAMO TO WEAR PLEASE CONTACT US AS WE WILL LET YOU KNOW
Each team will be broken down into squads so if you are playing with your friends please also try to match as best as possible.
Civilians – (Staff Only)
Civilian clothes only and must use old and where possible easily attainable weapons
Squad Leader– Your job is to manage your squad, pointing them toward the objective and keeping track of ammo and bandages.
You also need to manage your coms between your squad, other squads and command.
Rifleman – The primary fighting power in a squad, you are to listen to your squad leader and manoeuvre on enemy positions.
You can also carry extra ammo for your machine gunners.
Automatic Rifleman – The major fire power of your squad, your job is to suppress the enemy to help your squad maneuverer. Like a rifleman you are part of that primary fighting power. (RPK or m249 or similar)
Machine Gunner – You carry the heaviest weapon in your squad, you are the linchpin in your squads manoeuvring capability in both offense and defence, you can only fire your weapon led down or rested on cover etc. No Hip Firing. (Weapons allowed here must be MMGs in real life so 7.62/30cal or above) other members of your squad can carry ammo for you.
Sniper/DMR – The Sniper is part of the squad and is essential for helping spot targets, and eliminating high value targets i.e. Enemy machine gun positions, The sniper/DMR must carry a pistol and will not be allowed to play without one due to the minimum engagement range of 30/20 meters. Sniper Roles/DMR roles will be limited to 4 per team (Weapons allowed must be bolt action rifles with normal magazines and DMRs that are used IRL)
Anti-Tank – Your role is to destroy vehicles and emplacements. Use your rockets wisely as your team may be relying on you! You can also carry extra ammo for your machine gunners.
Engineer – Though most of the time you will be a rifleman, you have the extra resource of mines and explosives. You may also be given extra tasks by your team/squad leader to aid vehicles and destroy objectives. You can also carry extra ammo for your machine gunners.
Grenadier – An extension of the rifleman role with the added firepower of a grenade launcher (can be carried separately or mounted under the barrel). You can also carry extra ammo for your machine gunners.
Medic – A vital role in the life of a squad, there to apply the second bandage to injured members of the squad/team, though armed engaging the enemy is not his/hers primary role. Covid limitations may be in place due to current guidance and will be briefed on the day.
All weapons will be chronographed on arrival and may be subject to a random chronograph through the day.
Pistol – 350fps
Shotgun – 350fps
AEG (Full Auto) – 350fps
Machine Gunner – 350fps
DMR (Semi Auto) – 425fps (20meter Minimum Engagement Distance). Must Carry a Secondary Weapon
Sniper (Bolt Action) – 500fps (30meter Minimum Engagement Distance). Must Carry a Secondary Weapon
Co2 and HPA airsoft guns are welcome. They must meet the FPS limit required
Rates of fire for all guns must be realistic!.
Pistol – 2 Magazines
Shotgun – 100 Rounds
AEG – 400 Rounds
Automatic Rifleman – 2500 Rounds
Machine Gunner – 5000 Rounds
DMR/Sniper – 100 Rounds
Anti-Tank /grenadier – 4 Rockets/grenades
Extra ammo will be carried in ammo tins and stored in your main base or move with your FOB
Throwable explosive grenades are limited to 2 per life (each spawn at base or FOB).
Any amount of smoke grenades are allowed to be carried at any time.
Drum magazines for support weapons only.
No high caps.
In absolutely no circumstances will homemade pyrotechnics or fireworks be permitted for use by players.
Any pyrotechnics that have been thrown must not be picked up, it is likely that they could explode prematurely and cause serious injury.
Mortars must be used in the indirect role, not direct role.
TAG ammunition should not be fired directly at players, 40m engagement distance.
When you spawn in the main base or FOB you must wait for your squad leader and over 50% of your squad before you can leave
If you lose over half your squad you must go to ground or retreat and go back to your FOB/Main base
If the situation allows you to surrender or be captured, at this point the enemy team may take you back to their base and if you have any intel leaflets and are asked to be searched you must hand it over.
You must sling your weapon and unless you are specifically asked by YOUR team commander you cannot attempt any form of assassination.
No personal effects or items will be taken during any search.
Your HQ is your main base and cannot be captured; it will contain a first aid station for you to deposit your medic bandage and can also store ammunition. This will be where your team commander issues tasks and objectives.
Your FOB is a portable spawn point; you can remove your bandages and rearm here and can leave ammo and equipment here but are responsible for moving it if the FOB is over run. FOB’s CAN be overrun but the enemy cannot touch or move your FOB items/belongings.
This is also where you rearm as you are NOT allowed to load magazines in the field (except one by one by hand) the exception being Machine gunners who can be loaded in the field. You MUST return to the HQ/FOB to use speed loaders.
A hit counts as the following:
A BB hitting anywhere on the body, a knife kill or a grenade/mine going off within 5 metres of you.
When you are hit for the first time, you must act out your injury, by shouting that you are hit and you then call for a bandage!
You can crawl to cover, and anyone in your Squad can apply YOUR bandage
When you are hit a second time, you must again act out your injury but this time shouting for a Medic with Russians accents if your are playing on that team.
Once you’re hit again you are dead, lie down or sit against cover as you have a 5 min dead time, then return to your FOB/Main Base and wait to respawn (you can remove your bandage and your medic bandages)
If you are for some reason separated and left alone and know you will not get bandaged please wait 5 mins then return to your FOB/Main base
If a vehicle is struck by a tag round it is rendered disabled until it’s repaired by an engineer (if it has a gun this is also disabled)
If a throwable grenade lands within 2m of the vehicle its is temporarily disabled for 5 mins (the gun can still be used).
In both cases any crew can dismount and fight on foot to defend the vehicle.
No mountain bikes with a baskets on the front!