Most airsoft clubs hold games regularly. Although most airsoft clubs require membership in order to be allowed to play in their games, a few accept guests or non-members to join in their games (as long as they understand the rules and promise to play with honor, honesty, integrity and respect).
Recently, my friends and I joined a game held by an airsoft club in California. I don’t own any airsoft gun, pistol nor rifle but my airsoft enthusiast friend, Tom, lent one to me and to our two other friends who also joined us (although there are also rental guns at the site). We wore camouflage to dress for the battle and brought extra BBs, battery, gas, water and food as well.
We had fun playing although it was really hard to memorize all the rules. You have to understand which parts of the body are the “kill zone” and know the other rules such as the out rule, bang rule and the team medic rule.
Since I was just a beginner, I was one of those who called out “dead man rising” early in the game after being an “out” player three times in the game. It was funny how I played the part of the zombie as I walked back to the re-spon point while chanting “dead man walking! dead man walking!” (too bad I don’t have pictures to show you the zombie walk, LOL).
It was a fun experience and you should try it too. Just be sure to wear proper (safety) gears and follow all the rules.