It’s Airsoft safety, it’s as simple as that. Safety cannot be stressed enough in this game. There’s a lot of people that have been seriously hurt, like, without wearing eye protection. And honestly, they end up losing an eye. Along with safety is hydration. Whether you’re playing in the wintertime or the summertime, if you feel thirsty, that means you’re dehydrated. Between every round, even if you’re out there in the woods for a long round. Have a camel bag, have a canteen, have something to keep yourself hydrated. That’s what’s most important. As far as safety gear goes, one good thing to use, if you’re over 18, is full seal goggles. They’ve sealed all the way around. If a BB hits my face, it will not enter the goggles, and injure my eyes.