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Best Airsoft Masks
Airsoft masks help to protect your face and head from the airsoft BBs other players are shooting at you. Find protective and breathable airsoft masks to keep your face safe.Wear Airsoft Masks
Glock Airsoft Pistols
Train with airsoft Glock pistols. These airsoft handguns are modeled after Glock pistols so they make great training tools and good sidearms as backup weapons on the airsoft field.Best Glock Airsoft Pistols
Airsoft Sniper Rifles
Airsoft snipers are deadly on the airsoft field and can hold off entire teams of airsoft players as they eliminate opponents from afar. Learn about the best sniper airsoft guns and bolt action rifles.Best Airsoft Sniper Rifles
CO2 Airsoft Pistols
CO2 airsoft pistols are a durable option for an airsoft pistol. These pistols use standard 12 gram CO2 cartridges and come in blowback and non-blowback versions. Find a trusty pistol for your airsoft gear loadout.Best CO2 Airsoft Pistols
The Best Airsoft BBs
Airsoft BBs are one of the most critical parts of your airsoft gear. Without them, you can't shoot your airsoft gun! Find the best airsoft BBs and BB brands to use with your airsoft AEGs, sniper rifles, and spring pistols.Find The Best Airsoft BBs
About Airsoft BBs
Learn all about airsoft BBs including how BBs are made, the different sizes of BBs, biodegradable versus non-biodegradable airsoft BBs, and the how airsoft gun FPS affects BBs.Learn About Airsoft BBs
About Airsoft Guns
Learn all about airsoft guns including how the different types of airsoft guns work, AEG spring power, kinetic energy, airsoft gun FPS with airsoft BB weights, joule creep, and gun type advantages.Learn About Airsoft Guns
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Learn About Airsoft
Airsoft is a sport where airsoft guns are used to shoot plastic airsoft BBs. This sport is a great way to spend time with friends and learn and practice tactical skills. Learn about the sport of airsoft including how airsoft guns work, what airsoft BBs are, picking airsoft gun rifle scopes, tactical communication, and how to play airsoft better.
One of the best ways to improve your airsoft game sense, positioning, and game play is by watching professional airsoft players play competitively. Many of these airsoft players play competitively with specializations in team roles as airsoft snipers, grenadiers, and heavy gunners. Learn to play airsoft better by watching first-person view (FPV) videos of their airsoft games.
Best Airsoft Guns and BBs
Airsoft games are won and lost based on the airsoft gun firepower and airsoft players' gun skills. Learn about the best rated airsoft AEG rifles, CO2 airsoft pistols, bolt action airsoft sniper rifles, and airsoft BB brands. Also, check out our airsoft gear reviews for airsoft tactical vests, F.A.S.T. tactical helmets, protective face masks, and tools.
Airsoft Sniper Rifles
Sniper rifle airsoft guns can shoot airsoft BBs over long distances, have lower ammo capacities, slow fire rates, and precision accuracy using heavy airsoft BBs
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Airsoft Field Gear
Having the right equipment, airsoft gear loadouts, gun cases, bags, airsoft tactical vests, and airsoft gun accessories all help you have an enjoyable day playing airsoft
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CO2 Airsoft Pistols
CO2 airsoft pistols use CO2 gas to shoot airsoft BBs, come in blowback and non-blowback pistol versions, can shoot airsoft BBs quickly, and make good sidearms
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Insane Airsoft Guns
Airsoft machine guns deliver some serious firepower, make awesome squad support weapons, and have some insane fire rates of 1000s of airsoft BBs per minute
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Airsoft Glock Pistols
Glock airsoft pistols are modeled after real Glock handguns, make good training weapons, and come in CO2 and GBB green gas blowback airsoft pistol versions
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Types of Airsoft Guns
Understand the different types and capabilities of electric, spring, and gas powered airsoft guns, sniper rifles, and pistols.
Airsoft AEGs are "automatic electric airsoft guns" which are powered by batteries and AEG gearboxes. The airsoft gun's gearbox contains motor-driven gears, shims, piston, nozzle, cylinder, cylinder head, tappet plate, switches, low resistance wiring, spring, and other AEG airsoft gun parts. All of these gearbox parts cycle when the airsoft gun trigger is pulled to rapidly compress the AEG spring, move the piston to the rear inside the cylinder, and create a vacuum which draws air into the cylinder. This air is released down the airsoft gun's barrel. AEG's can rapidly fire airsoft BBs in fully automatic, burst, or semi-automatic firing modes. In full auto, the gearbox switches allow the gearbox to keep cycling when the AEG trigger is continuously held back. Learn How AEG Airsoft Guns Work
Spring airsoft guns are airsoft guns which are powered by powerful metal springs which launch the airsoft BBs down the gun barrel. These springs are usually made out of steel. These types of airsoft guns can include spring pistols, sniper rifles, and assault rifles (not be to be confused with AEGs though). The fire rates of these spring airsoft guns are much slower than other types like gas and electric guns. This is because spring airsoft guns need to be manually cocked by cycling the gun's pistol slide or rifle bolt. This cocking action loads the next airsoft BB from the airsoft gun's magazine and compresses the spring which is ready to be fired when the trigger is pulled. Learn How Spring Airsoft Guns Work
Gas airsoft guns are powered by green gas, propane, CO2 gas, and high-pressure air (HPA) systems. These airsoft guns use a series of valves, sealed gaskets, and nozzles to cycle the gun, compress air, and launch airsoft BBs down the gun barrel. GBB stands for "gas blowback" which allows the slide or bolt to blowback just like a real gun. In the case of green gas and propane, the gas is usually stored in the airsoft gun magazine. CO2 is usually stored in standard 12 gram CO2 cartridges. HPA systems use hoses and tanks which come in cubic inch measurements with psi ratings like 62ci and 4500psi for example.
Find an Airsoft Field or Indoor Arena
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