Reloadin' - I don't think anyone is trying to bust your chops or anything like that but playing games where you even pretend to shoot each other with real guns is not a good idea. The training scenarios you brought up was simulated action rather than shooting at real people. Your first comment in the OP was blanks. What if a live round got mixed up with a blank and it is not hard to do. Blanks have powder and can cause injury at close range. laser guns and paintballs aren't the same.
I know it sounds like a fun game but how do we preach never point a gun at anything you are not ready to destroy and then violate that rule even for a game. Good luck in finding an insurer to write the policy.