Colorado Milsim LLC., was formed in 2007 by entrepreneur Casey W. Meraz. with his partners Robert Daihl and Tom Allred, Colorado Milsim brings over 30 years of combined airsoft and leadership experience to the company. After attending over ten of the largest national events, run by six different organizers; Casey and his crew wanted to take the good organization, leadership, and ideas back to Colorado. With an extensive background in company leadership, operations, event organization, and small game hosting the dream came to life in 2007.
After the amazing success of OP: Sudden Strike II in 2007, the Colorado Milsim has been working very hard to continue to host quality events in Colorado including our smaller Operations - OP: Red Shadow. Colorado Milsim is proud to return for Sudden Strike II to take place in Colorado on August 15-17, 2008.
Airsoft ExperienceYears in Sport: 9 yearsLarge National Events Attended: 15Events: Airsoft 2000, AS2K+1, OP: Iron Angel, OP: Crimson Dunes II, OP: Hac Bao 2/2.5, OP: Night Scorpion 2, OP: Bulldog, OP: Lionclaws 6, OP: Irene 4, OP: Bulldog II, OP: Sudden Strike, OP: Irene 5, OP: Night Scorpion III, OP: Oklahoma Invasion 2008, OP: Unforgiven
Event Organization: We currently host weekly games in Parker, Colorado ranging from 20 - 50 players every Saturday of the year.
OP: Sudden Strike 2- September 2008 - We had over 100 participants show up to our second large airsoft event. The feedback and reviews were great. Take a look yourself by searching Sudden Strike 2 on google.
OP: Sudden Strike - October 2007 - We had over 100 participants show up to our first large airsoft event. The reviews were great! Some reviews are listed below!
OP: Red Shadow - April, May 2008
Comments from players:From: Damon Sickmon, a Colorado Airsoft Player
"I think Sudden Strike was the best game of the year and in my book was well worth the $50. I hope Casey and company can make large scale games like this an annual (or more frequent) event.
Some of the best aspects of the game were the high level of the sportsmanship of the players, the high number of game officials who were roving the game area (about 10 game officials were in the game area during the game play), sweet raffle prizes, and the high level of organization and contingency planning by the game staff.
People who have been playing airsoft for a while are fond of saying There are good games, and then there are big games. but Sudden Strike managed to be both. Well done guys."
From Newman, a Colorado Airsoft Player
"it was a great time, the caliber of the players there was outstanding. It was a whole lot of fun. Friday night was a blast, just hanging out, getting to know players (the Utah Players know how to have a good time) Cant wait for the next one to roll around"
From Mike, a Wyoming Airsoft Player"Best game ever"
Read what other airsoft players have publicly said about OP: Sudden Strike
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