When it comes to airsoft, you’ve got no idea what you’re talking about and that’s fine. However, you may also have a loved one who loves airsoft and you want to get them something awesome for their hobby.
You’ve got two options, you can try and Facebook stalk their airsoft buddies and try and get some useful information out of them. If this works (and we recommend trying it), you’re going to get some seriously good and personal suggestions for your airsofting loved one. However, in the odd scenario, this might not work or you’re left none the wiser.
Even if you’re a firearms enthusiast and know a fair amount about pistols and rifles, the different terminology surrounding shotguns can mean that they’re a little harder to understand. For instances, what is shotgun gauge? What is bore? What makes a shotgun more powerful than another?
The Airsoft Innovations “40 Mike” was announced recently. It claims to be the next generation of 40mm airsoft grenade and it’s definitely causing a little bit of a stir. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the facts surrounding the grenade, some of the fake news and talk about the controversy surrounding the design.
If you’re left handed and planning on taking up shooting, like the rest of things in life, it’s not going to be quite as simple for the southpaws of the world. If you think you’re going to be able to pick-up and shoot and simply as the rest of the right-handed population, you’re unfortunately mistaken. However, with some guidance, we’ll make sure you know what you’re looking for and how to be an effective shooter.
Pistols are one of those airsoft weapons that are not only hugely functional through an airsoft skirmish, but they’re a bit of a show piece as well. Airsoft pistols are as much an expression of personality as they are a functional and skirmish-able weapon.
With that in mind, we’ve dug out 5 of the most expensive airsoft pistols available on the market today.
It’s a common question that gets asked by people new to the sport of airsoft. If there’s any comparison that can be drawn from paintball to airsoft, it’s often followed by a fear that airsoft may hurt as much. It’s a valid question and one that new players shouldn’t be afraid to ask. Let me tell you that airsoft can, and does occasionally hurt. However, don’t let that put you off the sport for ever. The pain, for the most part is optional and often, completely avoidable.
So, in today’s blog, we’re going to go through how changing the weight of the BB will change your airsoft gun’s performance, and which weight of BB is best suited for your airsoft gun.
Sniping is probably one of the best feelings in airsoft. There’s nothing quite like watching your BB sail through the air and contact the target. With the prestige of sniping being high, it’s understandable that you would want to take the plunge into being an airsoft sniper.
However, it’s not as easy as you may think.
Getting into shooting air rifles can be a difficult and complicated task. There’s legislation to understand, weapon types to wrap your head around and ammunition to choose (to name but a few). So, be it for competitive target shooting, back garden plinking or farm pest elimination, choosing the right air rifle pellet can be a difficult task for a novice.
So, in this blog, we’re going to go through the different kinds of pellet that are available on the market, and give you insight into the pros and cons of their use.
Like any hobby, to a newcomer, airgun shooting can seem like a minefield of terminology, confusing phrases and niche information which can make it difficult to learn the ropes. Airgun shooting is absolutely no exception to this. One confusing thing you may be finding is the different kinds of airguns and which one is better than the others.