Keeping it fun and safe

Always protect yourself

Tactical exercises and sporting events are on the rise across the nation. A tactical exercise mimics “real life” combat situations. During one of these exercises, you can be a solo agent on your own or you can work within a team. When playing such games, its important to work on your cohesiveness so you can fight as a well oiled machine. After all, you are in the field acting as though you are a special ops Marine or Navy Seal so it’s vital to succeed in your planned mission.

Some groups; usually consisting of a bunch of buddies playing weekend warrior are loosely regulated and require very little skill to have a good time. With the right protective gear, you can fight and brag about your conquests over a few beers at the end of the day. However, some organized groups will not kindly accept renegade warriors on their tactical practice fields. A rouge operation could quikcly find your group banned from the premises.

It’s always important, if your team plans to be a serious contender in the world of Airsoft tactical to be well trained in your craft. There are many places online where you can gather information on how to train an Airsoft team. This Wikihow article does a great job of offering a jumping off point for any group looking to make a serious impact. Have fun and remember, always keep it safe!


2 Responses to “Keeping it fun and safe”
  1. Elvira says:

    Review by Adam Simmler for Rating: You get exactly what you see in the ptciure, it is spot on. The clips work perfectly and function they way they’re supposed to(I bought two).Though one minot glitch is that you lose the last shot in the clip. When I ran out of ammo, I ejected the clip and the last shot fell out, it is the same thing with both the clips I bought, and with the clip that comes with the original gun.I haven’t used them in any real action yet, but I filled them each twice and they worked well other than losing the last shot.

  2. Meury says:

    Review by Michael C. Hughes for Rating: These are heavier weghit then the standard .20g BBs most people use for AirSoft. Basically means that some adjustment to your hopup may be needed to use these effectively. But once it’s dialed in properly, these BBs are much more accurate than .20g BBs. I will say, however, beware storing them in the bag they arrive in. Mine split on the bottom seam. Luckily I was moving them from their bag to a container when it happened so it worked out perfectly.

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