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    by Published on 03-15-2014 01:41 PM

    since 2010-'s hosting, software licensing, data conversion/transfer/storage, updating, overages, DNS, and associated maintenance fees have run between $400-$500 per year, which I have covered out of my pocket (usually out of the left overs from Spring Offensive since the annual renewal period is June) and done so without complaint, reward, recognition, or expectation of support. Some years we have often received a generous consideration from Army Barracks, which has helped.

    To be clear- neasg is and always has been non profit.
    Neither the staff nor myself make any money from this, and will not do so.

    we believe passionately in a local, impartial, full-airsoft-spectrum, player-oriented, airsoft community- and are willing to pay the way ourselves to keep it that way.

    However, with a few issues converging at once it became apparent last year that the cost was too great to bear repeatedly-alone-and-in-perpetuity; so we opened up a donations link.

    at that time, neasg's server hosting, software, and renewal costs came ...
    by Published on 02-21-2013 07:14 PM

    Welcome! Whether you have been around the community for a while, are coming back after a few years off, or are just finding your way here, we'd love to have you.

    email, or and we can reactivate your old account. If you have made a new account, we can meld your old info into your new one so your post count and join date remains accurate.

    NEW MEMBERS (updated naming policy)

    Ideally, we prefer if your screen name matches what people call you on the field and/or what your name is on other forums. this makes it easier for you to be recognized, trusted, and otherwise meet up with people ...
    by Published on 08-07-2012 05:01 PM

    Welcome folks,

    There are a lot of players who have not been back to the neasg since we upgraded our software. If you are unable to access your account, please email,, or and they will reset your passwords so you can log in.

    If you do not see your favorite field's events on the calendar up above or in the upcoming events discussion threads, please ask them to put them here. The more events on the calendar, the more accurate it is for the whole region.

    If you wish ...
    by Published on 07-18-2012 01:54 PM

    Welcome friend to the North Eastern Air Soft Group,, (pronounced "knee-sag")

    "Since 1997, the North Eastern Air Soft Group promotes safe, fun, and honorable use of airsoft weapons at all levels of involvement, from the Backyard to the Battlefield."

    We are a friendly resource for players, teams, retailers, and fields of all levels of involvement in the northeast.

    All players are welcome here. We offer literally hundreds of collective man-years of experience. If you are new to airsoft, you probably did not know anything like this existed, and thats cool- we all started there at some point. Because thats the case, we all had the same questions and wondered about the same things when we started- how to save money and get ...

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