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How many people typically attend DSKs public games?
#1
What is the average estimated number of attendees? How many folks here will be showing up for some fun this Saturday? Big Grin
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#2
Quick follow-up question as well:

Does DSK allow the use of shooting glasses over masks?
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#3
I couldn't find the mask/glasses info on their site, but I recall when we played there a while back that they gave one of our team members stress about it.
Maybe they have changed the rule though.

As for numbers, I think the links I sent you are the best indication. I have been to games there with over 100, never less than 50, except for a night game that had 40 or so.

I will probably go on Saturday, but to do some testing rather than to play. Hope to see you there. Look for the big red beard Smile
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#4
Most fields I've been to prefer you wear proper goggles, and if you do wear shooting glasses, they generally ask you have a strap on them so they don't fall off your face.
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#5
Ginga, I checked out the blog on DSK's webpage, and the photos posted there indicate to me that shooting glasses are permitted; that's the only reference that I have.

I sure will look for ya, lol

Thank you for the feedback, Drifter. I think that I will look into snagging a strap.
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#6
Please forgive me, but I have yet another question. Would I be able to purchase BBs and gas at DSKs field? If so, would I need to reserve it in advance?
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#7
Again, can only speak of other fields, but generally basic supplies like gas and BB's are available. Reservations aren't required usually, but some places have a dude just show up early and ask if anyone needs anything, then he jets until the end of the day.
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#8
DSk has supplies and the staff are there all day.
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#9
Oh, Casleheart, are you in a little trouble with site general informations? Did you have all fixed by two kind guys? Shall I ask for that facility by phone in Japanese, instead of you?
Nexttime? Anytime will OK. Not only Castleheart but also everyone.
Sometimes, hard running, Oftentimes slow mover
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#10
Naka, forgive me, but I perceived your post as a sarcastic jab at me. After reviewing it, I was wrongfully making my own assumption. Please accept my sincerest apology.

I am deeply appreciative that you would call the facility and inquire to them in regards to my personal question. That is a surprising gesture of kindness; to take your own time to do something for a new guy is respectable.

Drifter, thanks for the information, I appreciate it. As you'd imagine, being in a new country makes it a little harder for one to seek out information that, typically, can be obtained very easily, if one is familiar with the proper channels. I think you've answered my question for me.

Naka, I think that I am OK!

Thank you very much, everyone.
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#11
I wouldn't worry about it, you learn through experience. After a few times out to Japanese fields you'll get a good sense of how things work in general out here.
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