S.C.A.R. Milsim

Sevier County Airsoft Rangers

About Us


                                           Welcome to the official webpage of the Sevier County Airsoft Rangers (S.C.A.R.) Milsim Team. 

Our team is based in Richfield Utah. We are relatively new to the Milsim/Airsoft sport. We are always looking for someone to play or train with so, let us know if you are interested. We are also still Recruiting, purchasing gear, and training for future ops.

What Is Milsim?

     MilSim is an abbreviation of Military Simulation, and refers to military simulations conducted by civilians for entertainment purposes. There are several forms of MilSim: airsoft games, paintball games, and video games simulating military scenarios and tactics.

Weapons used in MilSim are commonly airsoft or paintball guns. Airsoft guns are used more often in MilSim than paintball guns due to their availability as replica weapons without any modification.

Also, in real-world military and law enforcement training environments, airsoft equipment is favored almost exclusively over paintball counterparts. Primary factors for the use of airsoft equipment includes the realistic audible report, the ease of use and reliability of airsoft guns and realistic magazine sizes and more realistic gun models. Modern airsoft guns, especially those designed with milsim in mind, can support the full range of tactical upgrades using standard weaver sight rails and R.I.S rails, which accommodate everything from Red Dot Sights, Lasers, fore grips to pressure activated tactical flashlights.

MilSim most often falls into two different categories: reenactment and simulation. Reenactments focus on a particular event in history and aim to provide the most accurate representation of the time period, events, and outcomes of the historical event. Simulation, however, may only focus on a particular time period and representation of which course a particular situation may have taken in history. In most cases a simulation event includes fictitious characters, groups, and political situations. - Wikipedia.org

     We are currently modeling our loadouts after Us Army Special Forces Operators and The 75th Ranger Regiment. That being said, we are not necessarily putting together "impressions" but we are running "inspired or similar kits" to Ranger and SF loadouts.
One reason for this is so that we can use multiple BDU patterns, depending on our mission and our area of operations and still have gear that will match it without having to spend twice the money.