Welcome to my overview of CQB(Close Quarters Battle) tactics.
CQB: A type of fighting in which units engage in combat at very short ranges.
Now I will go over weapons and equipment needed for airsoft CQB.
1. Weapon: The key to CQB is a good, compact weapon. Usually, the best weapon for CQB is a carbine or sub-machine gun such as M4's, G36C's, MP5's, or other short weapons, as larger rifles or machine guns can be unwieldly in the tight quarters of CQB. It is also reccomended(not required)that you have a pistol or other kind of sidearm, just in case your primary weapon runs out of ammo. Shotguns are also very, very useful in CQB because they pack a good punch, in real life and in airsoft. Grenades are also useful, however, homemade ones can be unreliable, and good ones are expensive.
2. Gun Accessories: You don't (and shouldn't) have a large, high-power scope attached to your rifle in CQB. If you don't want to use your iron sights, a simple red-dot scope will do just fine. It might also be a good idea to have a flashlight in CQB, because things might get a dark inside a building or other small areas.
3. Equipment: As with any other airsoft scenario, YOU WILL NEED SAFETY GOGGLES! As with any other regular airsoft match, things might get hectic fast, and opponents might not have enough time to aim at you and might start to fire blindly, and try to imagine what will happen if you happen to get hit in the eye while not wearing goggles. Yeah, ouch! You might also want to have a holster if you have a sidearm. Tactical vests are excellent to have in CQB because they carry all your supplies and/or BBs.
4. General CQB Tips:
.Be silent, be swift, be effective.
.Always watch your back, as your teammates might not watch it for you.
.Be careful while clearing rooms, because enemies might hide and wait until you have your guard down, so if you think a room is clear, clear it again.
.Watch out for friendly fire, and don't let your teammates become victims of friendly fire because you weren't paying attention to where the enemy was and where they were.
Feel free to suggest things to me about this thread if I missed anything.