- Reticle allows for 4 different styles. Dot, Circle/Dot, Crosshair/Dot, Crosshair/Circle/Dot combinations. All in one sight!
- A 33mm lens provides quick target acquisition. Wide field of view to maintain situational awareness.
- Very sturdy and secure rail mounting system. Will not come loose, made to last.
- Parallax corrected & unlimited eye-relief, where the dot goes, so does the bullet!
- Ultralight, waterproof and shockproof - Powered one 3V lithium battery (included).
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Airsoft Gun Sight Product Details
NcStar DTBAR130 1×30 T-Style Red Dot Airsoft Scope
Airsoft Gun Sight Product Features
The NcStar DTBAR130 1×30 T-Style Red Dot Airsoft Scope is regularly used during games of airsoft.
Info About Airsoft
Airsoft is a shooting sport where game players use airsoft guns like pistols, rifles, and shotguns to shoot 6mm plastic BBs. The gameplay can involve a variety of mission based situations and group designed games where participants and groups of game players compete for victory. Airsoft teams can differ in size from a few players to many teams, fireteams, and separate units depending on the overall size of the playing field and participant turnout. Large fields and airsoft tourneys can host hundreds or even countless participants depending on the area of operations (AO).
Primary airsoft weapons consist of the AK47 Kalashnikov, Heckler and Koch H&K G36, Colt M4 Carbine style assault rifles which are reproduced in the form of automatic electric (AEG) airsoft guns. Sidearms typically consist of Beretta M9, 1911, or Glock handguns which are used as airsoft green gas or CO2 airsoft pistol variations.
Airsoft participants normally use camo patterns during games in addition to headgear like tactical helmets and tactical vests set up with pouches. Each opposing airsoft team typically uses a specific pattern to assist in recognizing friendly and unfriendly forces. The most common patterns consist of army fight dress uniforms (BDUs) like woodland camouflage, desert camo, digital camouflage, and MultiCam. If groups can not be separated by uniform, a colored band can be displayed on the arm to designate opposing forces.
The targets airsoft guns are shot at can differ depending on airsoft game type. A lot of the targets engaged with airsoft weapons are other participants during force-on-force fights.
There are lots of types of airsoft games. They include attack and defense objectives, point based missions, and location based-missions. Particular game types are capture the flag, disable the bomb, zombie battle, deathmatch (free for all), team deathmatch, last man standing, gun games influenced by Counter Strike Global Offensive (CSGO), captive rescue, and other similar games. The kinds of airsoft games are pretty much unlimited as game players make more kinds all the time.
About Military Simulation
Military simulation airsoft, or milsim, is typically a big part of airsoft. Quite a few of the airsoft weapons, uniforms, and missions are reproductions of actual guns, military outfits, and real-world missions from historical conflicts.
Milsim airsoft guns are based on the period featuring prominent weapons during the time of the mission. The M16A1 rifle has the timeless appearance of a Vietnam period assault rifle, while other airsoft rifles like the Heckler & Koch HK416 or IWI TAVOR TAR-21 are much more contemporary. In strict milsim gameplay, the weapons carried by players must be consistent with the period, use related optics, and be correctly modded.
Milsim attires can vary based on the forces and be based around the historic gear loadouts of the time. The tactical gear used normally needs to be and match the uniform from the same period. As an example, a modern U.S. Navy Seal milsim uniform and loadout could include a Navy Working Uniform (NWU) camo pattern with a London Bridge Trading LBT-6094 Plate Carrier Gen II AOR1 and a ballistic helmet like the Ops-Core FAST SF Super High Cut Helmet. Reproduction tactical equipment and ballistic panels and helmets are generally used instead of the actual gear. This saves money considering that the real gear can cost thousands of dollars and the imitation gear is lighter to run around with on the battlefield.
The missions undertaken throughout milsim operations consist of historical reenactments and objectives set as historical fiction. Have you ever wanted to storm the beaches of Normandy, defend the 38th Parallel, or deal with the drug lords of Mogadishu during Blackhawk Down? Milsim integrated with airsoft is one way you can actively take part and experience military history.