A great way to spend a day
Who are we?
Our customers are given the most up-to-date equipment, training, marshaling and Health & Safety available.
All permanent marshals are qualified in First - Aid to ensure your safety.
We are proud to be members of the UKPSF ( United Kingdom Paintball Sports Federation) - the UK paintball games governing body. We carry Full Public Liability Insurance.
All safety gear is provided ( overalls & goggles ) all you need is an old pair of shoes.
Paintball is available for any one over the age of 12
For more information call Magnus Woolham on 0787 929 6218 or e - mail
what is Airsoft
Airsoft is primarily a recreational activity where replica firearms shooting plastic rounds are used for personal collection, gaming (similar to Paintball), or professional training purposes (Military Simulations, a.k.a. MilSim, and Police training exercises). A primary difference between airsoft firearms and BB guns is that airsoft uses 6mm or 8mm plastic pellets and have muzzle velocities of typically less than 180 metres per second (600 feet), which is generally considered safe when used in a controlled environment, whereas a BB gun utilizes metal ammunition and shoots at higher velocities (120-365+ MPS) (400-1200 feet), making them unsuitable for gaming and training purposes. Another distinguishing factor between BB guns and airsoft guns is that the latter generally uses hop-up (back-spin on the BB) to increase their effective range, since the lower muzzle velocity of these guns shortens their shooting distance.
Airsoft games vary greatly in style and composition depending on location, budget, and the quantity of participants but often range from short-term skirmishes and organized scenarios to military simulations and historical reenactments. Combat situations on the battlefield mainly involve the use of common military tactics to achieve the objectives set in each game. Participants typically use varying types of airsoft weaponry along with either real or replica military gear and uniforms
Orkan Adventures have just started a AirSoft club and have applied to become members of the United Kingdom AirSoft Retailers Association (UKARA)
For more Information about game dates and to become a member of the club please contact
Ryan Bain on 07729989108
Winners List from the 2010 shows who still need to claim their vouchers
Craig Aslop 14.78 secs
Harold Gilfillan 15.79 secs
Gary Chalmers 15.85 secs
Liam Robertson 16.29 secs
Brian Pottinger 16.70 secs
Winners list from the 2011 shows
Jamie Watson 13.0 secs
Declan Fraser 14.0 secs
P.Gratton 14.59 secs
Chris Guthrie 14.6 secs
Joey Fischler 15.1 secs
Steven Brough 15.36 secs
Gary Chalmers 15.4 secs
Steven Kirkness 15.77 secs
Megan Leslie 16.00 secs
Alistair Rendall 16.00 secs
The fastest ten times win a £25 voucher for Orkan adventures, please email us your contact details to claim your prize.