Yes, you read that correctly, and I know what you're thinking haha. My step son wanted to have his birthday at an airsoft arena and play with all his friends. So of course we obliged. I know it's for fun, and its a "game", but I was way put off by the lack of "firearm" safety. The kids, and myself(The boy said I had to play), went in to a room for a "safety briefing". All their safety brief consisted of was; dont leave the field with a magazine in, don't take off your mask and don't shoot anyone with their hands up. So of course I'm watching kids come off the field, fingers on triggers, muzzles pointed at other people, and just typical firearm ignorance. I then decided to give the kids my own "safety briefing". I guess the part that bothers me is that they try to make all these weapons and games realistic, but yet do not promote realistic safety and precaution. These kids may not have parents that shoot, or anyone to teach them proper, and are learning bad habits from these tacticool airsoft dimwits. Just something to keep in mind if any of your kids play or want to go play airsoft.