We all have bad habits, let’s be honest. Today, we’re going to do something about it. From using garbage grade BBs in your guns to being stingy with the eye protection you buy, we’re going to cover the top five bad habits you need to quit right away. If you’re doing any of these, cut it out. If you have a battle buddy who is guilty, send him this article. Friends don’t let friends be bad airsofters.
You may not realize it, but your airsoft gun requires maintenance. You don’t need to strip the whole thing down and clean it every time you shoot it, but you should take some simple preventative measures in order to save yourself some heart-ache in the long run.
Last week, the fine gentlemen of GI’s Texas location decided that an in depth dive into the Classic Army Micro gun was necessary. The best way to find out how something works is to try and take it apart and put it together. Since the Classic Army Micro Gun already arrives disassembled they decided to put it together on camera for you (with a little help from everyone’s favorite TV personality-on-a-t-shirt Bob Ross).
Click past the Jump to see some of our tips on making sure your Micro Gun goes together correctly!
For a good majority of the airsoft collective, MILSIM (short for Military Simulation) is the holy grail of airsoft experience. This is what you spend every weekend skirmish at your local field building up to! This is why you spend all your hard earned dollars on fancy new gear and airsoft guns! We all know what you’ll need to hit the field, but what about some other essentials? Let’s take a look and see what else you’re going to need.
This list isn’t all inclusive, but click the “read more” link, to see what we think are MILSIM essentials:
The Crossdraw vest is not an end-all, be-all platform, but it will accomplish everything you need and more for the player that is looking to get started with something inexpensive and versatile!
Many new players often ask us about the importance of load bearing gear, and a fantastic option when you’re just getting into the game is the Crossdraw Vest. Though it might not carry everything you might eventually need, the basic Crossdraw generally has pouch real estate for most items you’ll need as a beginner.
Everyone’s preferences vary quite a bit, but as a general rule of thumb, you’ll want to carry enough magazines to get you through a game and back to the staging area, a sidearm in the event your gun goes down or for clearing tighter spaces, and enough magazines to keep said sidearm running. Most folks will also attach some kind of dump pouch to their vest, plate carrier or belt kit, allowing them to quickly and easily store expended magazines rather than fiddling with getting them back into the pouch when you need to get your gun up fast. It’s always advisable to have a spare space for other miscellaneous items you might want to bring with you too – pens, a notepad, a small first aid kit, etc.
If you couldn’t tell where this was going by now – a Crossdraw Vest handles all of these duties with ease!
While not as modular as a pure MOLLE platform, these vests are a great way to get out and play with minimal both minimal thought given to setup, and a minimal hit on your wallet!
Looking for the best way to get into airsoft? Search no further! Checkout our New Player bundles, featuring a Lancer Tactical Gen 2 M4, a few mags, the Crossdraw Style vest we’ve outlined above, Elite Force BBs, and a Paintball style mask for face protection. Check it out!