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About Airsoft Guns

All Airsoft guns are sold with an orange tip. It is illegal to remove the orange tip. Removing the orange tip will void your warranty. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase any Airsoft gun. We are not responsible for any harm or accident caused by any misuse of these Airsoft guns. This is a toy and is not the real. Any related trademarks, copyrights and/or other protected material are held by their respective companies. HobbyTron.com, it’s parent company nor any of it’s affiliates make claim nor representation of the same.

Airsoft is a primarily recreational activity where replica firearms shooting plastic rounds are used for personal collection, gaming (similar to Paintball), or professional training purposes (Military Simulations and Police training exercises). A primary difference between airsoft firearms and BB guns is that airsoft uses 6mm or 8mm plastic pellets and have muzzle velocities of less than 700 feet per second (FPS), which is generally considered safe when used in a controlled environment, while BB guns utilize metal ammunition and shoot at higher velocities (over 1000 FPS), making them unsuitable for gaming and training purposes. Another distinguishing factor between BB guns and airsoft guns is that the latter generally uses hop-up (back-spin on the BB) to increase their effective range, since the lower muzzle velocity of these guns shortens their shooting distance.

Airsoft games vary greatly in style and composition depending on location, budget, and the quantity of participants but often range from short-term skirmishes and organized scenarios to military simulations and historical reenactments. Combat situations on the battlefield mainly involve the use of common military tactics to achieve the objectives set in each game. Participants typically use varying types of airsoft weaponry along with either real or replica military gear and uniforms.

Airsoft for Beginners – Choosing a gun

Spring guns (pistols)are single shot -single pump guns for beginners. Safe and easy to use because they fire at lower fps (speed).

Spring Desert Eagle.44 Magnum Pistol FPS 175 Airsoft Gun

Spring Desert Eagle.44 Magnum Pistol FPS 175 Airsoft Gun

Mini electric airsoft guns are also a good beginner choice. They can fire multiples due to having batteries and you don’t have to spring load them.

Mini Electric M92B Rifle FPS-150 Airsoft GunMini Electric M92B Rifle FPS-150 Airsoft Gun

 

Spring Airsoft Rifles  these fire at a higher speed and require different size BBs to reach longer distances.

Airsoft Pistols

All Airsoft guns are sold with an orange tip. It is illegal to remove the orange tip. Removing the orange tip will void your warranty. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase any Airsoft gun. We are not responsible for any harm or accident caused by any misuse of these Airsoft guns. This is a toy and is not the real. Any related trademarks, copyrights and/or other protected material are held by their respective companies. HobbyTron.com, it’s parent company nor any of it’s affiliates make claim nor representation of the same

 

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