- Specification: 3-9x40
- Magnification: 3-9x
- Objective Diameter: 1.57
- Exit pupil: 0.2
- Length: 12.20
Last update on July 2, 2022 // Source: Amazon API
Airsoft Gun Sight Product Details
NcStar SEFR104050G 10-40×50 AOE Red Illuminated Rangefinder Airsoft Rifle Scope
Airsoft Gun Sight Product Features
The NcStar SEFR104050G 10-40×50 AOE Red Illuminated Rangefinder Airsoft Rifle Scope is generally used for airsoft games.
What is airsoft?
Airsoft is a shooting sport where players use airsoft guns like rifles, shotguns, and pistols to shoot 6mm plastic BBs. The gameplay can feature a range of mission based conditions and team style games where participants and groups of participants compete to win. Airsoft teams can differ in size from a few players to many squads, fireteams, and separate units based upon the overall size of the field and participant number. Larger airsoft fields and airsoft tournaments can host hundreds and even 1000s of game players depending upon the area of operations (AO).
Airsoft weapons consist of the following weapon types: rifles, handguns, and long guns or sniper rifles. The main airsoft weapons include the AK47 Kalashnikov, Heckler and Koch H&K G36 assault rifle, and Colt M4 Carbine inspired assault rifles which are reproduced using automatic electric (AEG) airsoft guns. Sidearms usually consist of Beretta M9, 1911, and Glock pistols which are used in loadouts as airsoft green gas, GBB, or CO2 airsoft pistol variations. Sniper rifles commonly are modeled after the Remington 700 bolt action long guns which players use as spring powered sniper rifles.
Airsoft participants typically wear camouflage patterns throughout games along with headgear like tactical vests and tactical helmets configured with pouches. Each opposing airsoft group typically uses a particular pattern to assist in determining friendly and unfriendly forces.
The targets airsoft weapons are shot at can vary depending on airsoft game type. A lot of the targets engaged with airsoft weapons are other players during force-on-force battles.
There are also countless kinds of airsoft games. They include attack and defense games, point based games, and location objects. Particular airsoft game types are grab the flag, defuse the explosive device, zombie respawn, deathmatch (free for all), team deathmatch, last man standing, gun games inspired by Counter Strike Global Offensive (CSGO), captive rescue, and other comparable games. The kinds of airsoft missions are pretty much unlimited as participants create more kinds all of the time.
Military simulation airsoft, or milsim, is commonly a large part of airsoft. Many of the airsoft uniforms, guns, and missions are replications of actual guns, military outfits, and real-world objectives from memorable engagements.
Milsim airsoft guns are based around the era and feature prominent weapons at the time of the historical objective. The M16A1 rifle has the timeless look 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 need to be consistent with the period, use related accessories, and be correctly modded.
A contemporary U.S. Navy Seal milsim uniform and loadout might combine a Navy Working Uniform (NWU) camouflage 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. This saves money because the genuine gear can cost thousands of dollars and be lighter to wear on the airsoft field.
The objectives undertaken during milsim operations consist of historical reenactments and missions set as historical fiction. Have you ever wanted to storm the beaches of Normandy, fight for the 38th Parallel, or tackle the drug lords of Mogadishu at the time of Blackhawk Down? Milsim combined with airsoft is one manner in which you can actively participate in and experience military history.