Round Table group gets to grips with airsofting

St Neots Round Table members tried their hands at airsofting

St Neots Round Table members tried their hands at airsofting - Credit: Archant

An activity break was right on target for the men of St Neots Round Table.

The group took guests, members and prospective members to High Harthay Farm in Huntingdon for a game of Airsofting.

Similar to paintballing, Airsofting uses BB gun type weapons instead of paintballs and the men certainly got their money’s worth.

Vice chairman Josh Clark said: “It’s not something you would ever find yourself doing on a week night normally. This is what Round Table gives you, the opportunity to do something completely different and to have a lot of fun with friends while doing it”. Although they started against each other, it wasn’t long before the men joined together to take on the instructors in a valiant effort.

Round Table began in the UK in 1927 and is the world’s largest male only member organisation, with associations in more than 50 countries.

It is open to men aged 18-45.

The St Neots group has opened up five places this year and there are still some available.

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