How to Pick Your First Airsoft Gun in 2020
Welcome to the world of airsoft! If you have gotten this far, you already know what airsoft is and you are ready to dive in! Choosing your first airsoft gun can be a little daunting. With the wide variety of airsoft guns available. You might not know where to start. I have a few steps that can help you pick your first airsoft gun! There are a few questions that you will need to ask yourself.
Knowing where you are going to play is a huge factor in the gun you are going to purchase. Do some research on the fields you plan on playing at. Each field will have different rules and layouts. Choosing a gun that meets the fields FPS gives you an edge over others who donít! This does not mean that you wonít be able to compete. If you want to play at different fields. One of the fields has a 350 FPS limit and another has a 400 FPS limit. Choose a gun that shoots 350 FPS and you will be able to take the gun to both fields. If you find that your BBs are traveling as far, get a little close to your enemy.
The gun model you love the most should be your first pick. However, there might be some flaws to that thought. I do whole heartedly agree that you should pick the gun that you love, but there are some things you should consider when you are ready to buy. The first thing you should look for is the practicality of the gun. Being your first gun, you want to have the fire power to keep up with the competition. An AEG is honestly the best way to go for your first gun. Some of you may have your eyes out for a bolt action sniper rifle, but please reconsider. For your first airsoft gun, having Semi-Auto and Full Auto capabilities will greatly increase your fighting capabilities and chances of shooting someone. Not saying that you wonít be able to shoot with the bolt action sniper rifle. I just want you to know that there is a bit of a learning curve. My go to pick will be an M4 variant, but there is a plethora of other models like the AK47/AK74 available for you to choose from!
The final question you should ask yourself is budget. There are a lot of great and affordable options in the airsoft market, but as it is with all material things. You do pay for what you get. Make sure you do your research and get the best bank for your buck! You can also take advantage of all the discounts and sales we have at Airsoft GI to extend your dollar even further!
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