Upgraded ICS MP5-A5 AEG

December 11th, 2009 25 Comments   Posted in Entertainment
jeffreyromero1 asked:

Upgraded ICS MP5-A5 in FULL AUTO!!!!

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Airsoft GI – ICS MX5 Pro 3 Round Burst Full Metal MK5 AEG

December 9th, 2009 25 Comments   Posted in Entertainment
AIRSOFTGIdotcom asked:

Take a look at the new ICS MX5P. This aeg has some neat features that you won't find on guns from other companies. ICS has always made an innovative impact on the airsoft market and they are doing it again with this product.

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Airsoft GI – Magpul PTS Masada Officially Licensed AEG Video Review

November 21st, 2009 25 Comments   Posted in Entertainment
AIRSOFTGIdotcom asked:

www.airsoftgi.com This is it, the in depth look at the Magpul PTS Masada. Gather your friends and family around the computer, this AEG is going to make history...

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airsoft Classic Army CA8-2 SL8

November 9th, 2009 25 Comments   Posted in Sports
namaikikitsune asked:

Classic Army CA8-2 (H&K SL8) airsoft. Freudian slip: the camera is on a tripod and I'm staring at it. The sight very well might be 3x but I've never checked physically and t3h interwebs gave me conflicting info. It's not a sniper/longgun/etc It's an AEG with a really long barrel 510mm stock inner barrel. This gun has since been upgraded internally and externally. The gear I'm showing off to a non local buddy and is not for the reviews benefit but is something I have played in.

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New Classic Army Sportline M15 Carbine RIS Airsoft Gun

August 27th, 2009 13 Comments   Posted in Games
spartanimports asked:

Classic Army's latest model, the Sportline M15 Carbine RIS with Crane Stock, is now being distibuted to dealers! The Sportline RIS includes a full metal rail system and high capacity Crane Stock. This affordable AEG is packed with other features, like the High Torque Motor, 300 Rd Metal Hi-Cap Magazine, High Precision Metal Gearbox, Metal Outer Barrel, Front Sight and Rear Sight, Metal Charging Handle and Bolt Cover, and more!

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All About Airsoft

December 10th, 2008 No Comments   Posted in Sports And Fitness
Justin Kander asked:

Airsoft by definition is a sport where players simulate military or law enforcement combat by using airsoft guns (which look a lot like real guns, to add to the realism) and other airsoft gear. The game of airsoft was developed in Japan, where firearms were (and still are) almost impossible to get without resorting to illegal means. An alternative was developed, and that alternative was airsoft. Because of this, it is no surprise that airsoft is actually most popular in East Asian countries such as China, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea (North Korea is more interested in using real guns!)

The basic point of airsoft is to shoot other players with airsoft guns, thereby getting them out and pushing your team closer to victory. Because of the nature of the game, safety items such as helmets and cups must be used (the only way one could get seriously injured in airsoft is if they were hit in the face, especially eyes, and that is why the mask is the most important safety feature). Unlike paintball (a very similiar sport), no splatters are made on the skin or clothes, and unless the person yells that they are out, you will not know if they are hit. That is why the game of airsoft relies on the “Honor System”, where players lift their gun up and say, “Hit”. Also, one player on each team is usually designated as a medic, to revive players so they can resume play. Without medics, people who got hit very early would have to wait for a long time until the next game (with paintball, medics are hardly ever incorporated into play). Weapon hit rules vary depending on the game. Usually, a weapon being hit is the same as the player being hit, but if the person has a sidearm, rules can be modified so that the person just is not allowed to use their primary and must instead only use the sidearm.

The three types of airsoft guns are spring, electric, and gas. Spring guns are usually cheap but can get very expensive if they fire at a high FPS. Electric, also known as AEG, guns are powered by a battery and the main advantage is that they are automatic, but are generally not very powerful unless upgraded. Gas guns are the most powerful, and gases supported include carbon dioxide, propane, green gas, red gas, and high pressure air (HPA). Red gas is not legal in many states because its pressure is so high.

The items used for airsoft extend far beyond just the guns. Grenades, vests, belts, extra magazines, speed loaders, and of course safety gear can be purchased and utilized. The initial costs for airsoft can be quite heavy (depending on how you look at it), but after that, all one needs are more pellets and perhaps grenades, gun upgrades, or extra accessories. When airsoft pellets are bought in the bulk, you can save a lot of money, so it is wise to buy a lot at one time.

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Things You Need to Know About Different Airsoft Gun Brands

December 10th, 2008 No Comments   Posted in Extreme Sports
Michiel Van Kets asked:

Deciding on an airsoft gun that is right for you will all depend on the intention of the gun. There are a number of reasons for acquiring an airsoft gun; to use it for hitting targets in order to improve eye and hand co-ordination, coaching beginners on firearm safety or to engage in a combat game. The police and military utilize airsoft guns during their training as it is safer and a cheaper alternative than using real guns. Airsoft guns are seldom exact replicas of the real thing. They also have a higher level of safety, flexibility and cost less to buy; all of which adds to their appeal for the airsoft enthusiast.

There are a number of airsoft gun manufacturers. Some of the better known brands include Tokyo Marui, Classic Army, ICS, Crosman, Jing Gong and Cybergun.Whether you decide for the higher quality leading brands or the economical versions, how much you are willing to pay will be the biggest deciding factor. This article aims to direct you towards a couple of things you should be aware of before deciding upon a brand of airsoft gun.

The leading manufacturer of high quality airsoft guns is Tokyo Marui. They are the largest international manufacturer around the world and their guns have a reputation for being consistently reliable and durable. They are in charge for making a first-rate series of AEGs, AEPs, gas and spring powered guns. Leading the way in designing and improving airsoft products, many other brands replicate their models. As a manufacturer, they are appreciated by airsoft enthusiasts due to their intricate designs and detail and ability for highly accurate firing. As all metal body AEG's are forbidden in Japan, guns are produced from ABS plastic and parts reinforced using metal.

ICS has a highly valued standing in the airsoft community for making reliable quality guns. With a history that goes back twenty years, they use only the highest quality materials, extending to the internal workings of the gun, such as metal gearboxes, steel gears, and silicon steel bushings. Their guns have an outstanding durability and are highly sought of by experienced airsoft players.

Classic Army are based in Hong Kong and produce high quality AEGs with metal bodies. Their models are particularly realistic-looking and durable. Their metal rifles consist of metal gears and gearboxes, precision barrels and high performance electric motors. Rifles produced by Classic Army are appropriate for upgrading and adding accessories.

Jing Gong manufactures top of the range airsoft guns or AEG's in the low to mid price range. Skilled game players fancy this brand as their guns are quite low cost whilst offering quality. JG ensures their guns are long-lasting by addinginserting quality internal parts including metal gears and gearboxes. Recently updating the AEG, it is now capable of firing more than 400fps.

CYMA airsoft guns are not expensive but durability is quite low too, this makes them a good choice for beginners. Recently, however, they have unveiled a new series of full metal and wood AEGs with the focus on high quality, reliability and performance. Many of their newer models are replicas of AEGs from Tokyo Mauri. Due to their modernized models, CYMA are gaining popularity with softgun enthusiasts as manufacturers of quality guns at affordable prices.

Crosman are a well known America manufacturer and distributor of airsoft guns and BB guns. Their guns are known as being reliable and dependable with a reputation for durability. They have a selection\collection from entry level airguns for beginners to high powered adult airguns. Crosman are a mid range priced brand and hard-wearing, and popular with the younger end of the market.

Cybergun is a name you will pay attention to amongst other brands of airsoft guns, although they don’t actually construct guns themselves. They work together with manufacturers such as Jing Gong, CYMA and KWC to produce officially licensed highly detailed replicas with full branding of popular gun makers including Colt, Smith & Wesson, Thompson, SIG SAUER, Desert Eagle, UZI, Kalashnikov, FAMAS and more.

These are just a few of the brand names that manufacture and distribute airsoft guns. Whether you need a gun for fun or a more serious reason you will find a large selection of companies, guns and types to satisfy all levels of skill and experience.

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