Has anyone ever took part/started an Airsoft competition/time attack? I'm familiar with some gun forums online posting their accuracy results from 100yrds, and competing by way of posting pictures. why not have a standard course for airsoft guns in general and post videos? I was thinking more on the lines of having standardized targets placed a certain distance from another target and shooter. The one competing would have their own set up at home (preferably indoors) recording video of themselves and a clock which can be seen in frame (digital or analog) example: there would be 8 targets placed 10ft away from the shooter (in a specific formation) once the clock starts, he needs to ring the 8 targets in a regulated pattern. Kind of like IDPA but a smaller scale, ideally which most of the members of this forum can setup. So no matter if you have a $10 spring gun, and a small backyard, you can take part in this competition. I feel like this could get some game time in between the skirmishes. or even put some pep in our back yard plinking. What do you guys think? i know some people setup their own range indoors, but maybe we can standardize some targets and get a race going on. maybe gas pistol class, aeg class, shotgun class, springer class etc.