Or is it?
I’m here to tell you something that you might not want to hear:
There are 3 primary kinds of airsoft magazine, high-cap, mid-cap and low-cap. In this post we’ll help you understand the benefits and negatives of using each. In this blog, we’ll be using images and talking about STANAG magazines, but this information is applicable to all kinds of magazines and weapons from the proprietary G36 Mag to the AK47 banana mag and the MP5 stick magazine.
Every airsofter has thought about it at some point. Whether it’s prompted by seeing it in a video game like Call of Duty’s riot shield or Rainbow 6 Siege’s Blitz and Montagne; The breach scene in the recent film Triple 9; or simply thought about the idea naturally. Every airsofter has considered the feasibility of using a riot shield / ballistic shield (we are aware of the difference) for an airsoft game, particularly if you play in an urban CQC environment.
There are 2 kinds of airsoft team: The kind consisting of individual players, each doing their own thing for their own fun; or the singular team, each player fighting toward a central purpose, strategy and with specific tactics.
There’s nothing wrong with either approach, you play the game how you want to play it. However, when one kind of team plays against the other, the team with the thought-out strategy, tactics and unified approach is going to come out on top 9 times out of 10.
With that in mind, here are 5 tactics commonly used on the battlefield that can help you and your team come out on top, destroy the opposing team or claw back from the brink of defeat in an airsoft game.
If you’ve ever compared the amount of gear you own vs the amount of gear that you actually use, you’re probably pretty shocked at the amount of gear you have that is rarely used. This often leads you to consider getting rid of a hefty chunk of it but how do you go about it? The answer is quite often selling it on the online forum. The forums are full of likeminded players who are looking to buy some gear at a good price.
So, you’re interested in getting into airsofting but you’re young and you have no clue where to begin. In this blog we’ll let you know step-by-step what you should be doing to prepare for your first game, how to help your parents understand the sport, the costs of the game and how to act when you’re on the field.
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Sniping is something that every airsofter dreams of doing. There’s nothing quite like a single well placed shot, flying through the air and landing on target; the look on the opponents face as they can’t quite comprehend where they’ve been hit from
So, your young one has asked you if they can go airsofting for the first time and you’re not entirely sure if you should let them. Rest assured that you’re not the first parent to be apprehensive of letting their child engage in our pastime.
In this article, we’re going to go through what airsoft is, the benefits and potential dangers of airsoft and some important pieces of information that you should know. We’ll try our best to do so with as little bias as possible.