I do but only for my job, my spare time and hiking/trekking orienteering stuff. I don't know how this can affect games other than having apps written for high command features or for knowing where your sniper friend (and his cell phone) are hiding eheheeh
I do and I have Geocached before. Though the last time I did that I was over in Iraq.... and yes there are caches over in Iraq on the base I was on. Some of them were actually fairly had to get to as well
As for using a gps while playing airsoft, I would only do it if the game is going to be a multiple days, and will cover VAST amounts of land. Other than that you can just use a map, and mark them with a pen and call it good. Or you can just use the land features to let your team know what it going on and where.
Anyway, this is what I was thinking regarding using GPS with Airsoft, or without in an area what prohibits it, and then just use digital cameras). This will work well right down to just two players, but this is geared mainly for small teams of snipers vs. snipers, when you want to hone your sniper skills. Player or team 1 goes into the woods (bush), sets up a hide. Sends or radios coordinates for team 2 to come find them. Knowing there is a sniper in the area, you can opt to approach from almost any direction, keeping the opposition on alert. You either do a gun stalk, or a camera stalk. You can mix it up, switch it up, but this way you aren't getting lazy setting up on a known "deer run" and waiting. Any thoughts?
I have too much free time.
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