Shermz and Big Mike had just finished an overnight midnight milsim airsoft game at Hawaii Extreme Paintball and Airsoft. We were supposed to film footage from the milsim event but it was a total pitch black situation and filming was not possible with the GoPro at the event. So what better way to end the day, or shall we say morning by having a grudge match between the two and filming some action at least...lol!
Action was filmed with a GoPro mounted on Shermz's battle helmet at eye level. All action was from the perspective of Shermz's POV.
It was just random one on one skirmishes on the fields of HEPA. Thanks to the guys at Mil5im (who held the milsim event) and HEPA for letting us use the field at the time. We had a lot of fun!
Shermz heads out to the HRA 21st Annual Shooting Sports Fair at the Kokohead Shooting Complex on Oahu. The event allows the public to come out and try many types of firearms such as rifles, shotguns and pistols.
This event only happens once every year usually in June on Father's Day weekend. Shermz set out with the GoPro with a POV perspective on what kind of day to expect at the event. Check it out!
Remember to always practice, exercise and educate gun safety!
The crew loves to play airsoft on a monthly basis. We also love watching the pros on the paintball field go at it. It was a rainy day that day at Hawaii Extreme Paintball and Airsoft, but it was a whole lot of fun!
Here's a quick video that our homie Eddy Ed put together from one of our games. Thanks Ed, proud of you brotha!
We were fortunate enough to get some photos in from this year's SHOT Show in Las Vegas all thanks to Ryan from our affiliate company, Rekage Airsoft. Don't mind the quality of the photos as these were so called "snipered" shots from a Siri phone until it had to be put down...lol! Thanks Ryan! Enjoy!
The Rekage, Scenefifty and SAPC (Shoot and Pursuit Crew) team spotted at the Hawaii Extreme Paintball and Airsoft Soft Opening on March 4, 2012 in Kapolei, Hawaii. One of the best days of airsoft play that the team have ever experienced. So good, it's become a frequent battlefield for us. Huge field, minimal players on the field, on-the-spot reffing and a plate lunch venue!
"Take one!"...Photo by Kalani Bullard (former co-owner HEPA)
"Defend the truck!"...Photo by Cody Bullard (HEPA)
Unfortunately it does for for one of our team members...LOL! This is semi-edited footage from Ryan's GoPro Hero 2 at the Wounded Warrior Project airsoft event at the Schofield Barrack MOUT Training Site on February 18th. If you really want best part of the video, skip to 9:33 if you want to see the most electrifying move in the airsoft world...LOL! Enjoy!
What do you do after you've have a long weekend of stuffing your face with turkey and all of the fixins? You get out and out and play airsoft! Of course after eating all those calories, you'll need to find a way to burn them. And what better way to do so by playing airsoft. Load the guns, ready the tactical gear, call the crew, invite all your FB friends and take it all out on the field.
Photos by Aaron Picazo
The crew at SCENEFIFTY loves playing airsoft and we also enjoy your company when you come out and play with us. We try to do this on a monthly basis and try to invite close friends on Facebook. We do it so we get to play with the airsoft community and give that community exposure by posting up photos and videos. If you would like to be part of our airsoft skirmishes, find us on Facebook...keyword "SCENEFIFTY"! Always remember...always play airsoft responsibly, safely and always have fun. GET OUT AND PLAY!
First off...we would like to thank "B" for the private invite onto the NavMag Urban Assault Training Facility for an all out battle and friendly game of airsoft and letting the crew join to play and also giving us permission to take photos at the event.
Photos by Aaron Picazo
The best part about playing at this private game were the limited amount of players that took part which were about 50 people strong. There wasn't any strict chrono'ing of the guns, which was a plus and the fast pace games that was set-up...faka meeeeeeaan! And the host...included FREE lunch!
We still followed the safety measure precautions which should very highly be enforced within the airsoft community. By far, this was the best skirmish ever that the SCENEFIFTY crew have ever encountered!
Impact Games and ASH Bash Productions held a HUGE airsoft event on July 31, 2011! Over 200+ players attendance with over 1,000,000 BBs shot in a period of one day! Oh, did I mention the huge assortment of prizes and free stuff that was given away that day. The SCENEFIFTY crew braved out the sun and gave into the challenge on that day. Check out the photos!
Photos by Aaron Picazo
There were all types of games played that day ranging from respawn, squad-on-squad elimination and the domination type game where players had to raise a flag on the opposing forces headquarters. There were also airstrikes as an option to be called in to destroy the opposing team. It was also a chance to get to play and utilize all three fields of HASP at one time.
Here are the belated videos from Epowersports "Gang Bang 2011" held at Kualoa Ranch. We've posted it a while back on our Facebook page, but never on the blogs. Reason being...bossman lost the rest of the videos. But long and behold. Here are the videos of the "Respawn" and "Medic" game. Enjoy!
Epowersports "Gang Bang 2011" at Kualoa Ranch - Respawn
Epowersports "Gang Bang 2011" at Kualoa Ranch - Medic
We have a "throwback" update for you guys that we forgot to blog up on here. Photos from the Airsoft Warriors/Wound Warrior Project Airsoft fundraiser event held at the Schofield Barracks MOUT Training Site on August 27-28 2011 are viewable exclusively on our Facebook page if you haven't yet taken the time to check it out.
We would personally like to thank Shaun Toy for hosting event and letting the boys be part of such a tremendous 2-day weekend of intense airsoft competition to help raise money for our service men and wounded warriors that fight for us overseas for our freedoms everyday.
This was a successful weekend for the event as it drew in over 250 players over the 2-day weekend raising over $10,000 for a great cause. We are looking for the next event in the near future!
After a few huge airsoft events held by Epowersports at Kualoa Ranch, a final Gang Bang event for 2011 has been held on July 17. With a total of over 200+ players taking the field for the final time, it was a game to remember. It was also the first (but not the last) big airsoft event for the SCENEFIFTY crew together. It was an awesome outcome where not only the players had to dodge bb's, but also a cow, poop and falling trees...LOL! There were also a gatling gun, death squads and Wild Bean Espresso! It was a day to remember!