Greetings everyone. I've been out of airsoft for awhile but the upcoming AirsoftCON has gotten me interested in playing again. I was wondering for those who play at commercially run fields in California, do the fields enforce the California marking requirements (SB199)? I know the fields are not the ones charged with actual enforcement of the laws (that obviously is LE's job), but what I am asking is whether fields allow you to play with airsoft guns that do not have all the proper markings (perhaps to maintain their liability/property insurance)? Do fields (in my case in SoCal) check for markings or do they not seem to care (as it may decrease their business particularly for milsim events). A corollary question: if they do not enforce these requirements, are they complicit in violating California law, and so in the long run (at least in the eyes of an ultraliberal California legislature) risking the future of airsoft in California by giving California another excuse to get rid of airsoft just so these fields can reap immediate financial gain at the expense of the future of the business? I need to know if I need to tape or paint my guns before showing up to a field (I know I should to remain in compliance, but its a shame to "deface" some nice authentic replicas). As a side note, when I last visited Evike, I noticed that they would place cheap blue temporary painters tape on the guns at point of sale while the law states that markings are to be of a type that is not meant to be removed. By using tape that is designed to be removed by its inherent design (painters tape being designed and intended in its original use to be easily removed) are they ultimately putting airsoft at risk in California by basically flaunting the law? I would hate to see this happen as I enjoy AS as well as RS shooting and think Kevin Deleon is an absolute idiot and cares more for non-citizens compared to citizens in what used to be the greatest state in the Union years ago. What are your thoughts and findings? TIA for your input.