Whatever brand you get, just make sure you get an M4. There's literally tons of cheap and easy to find upgrades/replacement parts that'll make your life easier.
Just make sure you don't do either of these things: >Buy a Gas Blow-back as your main rifle You'll have a bad time. They magazines are expensive, temperamental, and have low capacity. Not to mention you'll constantly doing maintenance on it just to make sure it fires decently. It'll also never have the consistency that electric guns have. >Buy a Sniper Rifle It's no where near as fun as you think it'll be, and from what I'm told none of them are decent out of the box, you'll spend more than the price of the actual gun making it half decent.
>>736486571 I have my we-tech g22 and I love it I'll put a link to it http://www.evike.com/products/45329/ And here is my rifle, keep in mind I play in an indoor arena http://www.evike.com/products/51224/ Just make sure to get good eye protection and 2-3 spare mags for ya gun
>>736481004 >Buy KWA M4 and upgrade barrel, gearbox and motor >Buy high-cap (wind up) mag with 200-300 round capacity >Buy a quality battery to last you an entire day >Buy bags of BBs >Buy quality boots or running shoes
>Don't buy anything "tactical" from an airsoft website >Don't buy a secondary weapon >Don't buy anything bulky
I played airsoft for years and found the less I carried and the more I shot, the amount of fun I had increased.
I had a KWA M4 for its quality, a highcap mag and eye-pro. I didn't have anything weighing me down and could run around with ease.
Some of my most memorable/fun games were with a rifle in my hand and nothing else.
>>736481004 if you're looking for a sniper then Check out my loadout---- the Tokyo Marui VSR-10 pro bolt action. You can get it for 225$ and its a great reliable shot , and ridiculously durable. The loadout I use here cost 380$ total minus the sidearm holster that I already had.
so while the base gun pre-tuning kit upgrade is an accurate, reliable choice for a pretty low cost, it leaves room to upgrade later for perfect precision. you don't have to start with a fully upgraded gun, but it is worth the up front investment if you enjoy the sport.
>>736485544 Idk, I used a paint ball mask, can't remember names since I was a shitty teenager Also I like long barrel rifles (can't remember names, drunk) Since I spent 200 on a m4 but the longer barrel worked in close quarters combat and hiding in camo under a tree/bush Also be careful of wildlife The day my friend got shot in the tooth, was the same moment he got distracted by a snake lmao
>>736481004 when i was into it, Classic Army would make fullmetal bodies and gear boxes so you won't have to worry about getting too strong a spring if you upgrade. started with a stock m4, got a 450 fps level 3 gear box upgrade with extended tightbore barrel, silencer to cover the excess barrel (about 3"), RIS rail system, forgrip and 3.5x ACOG. also had a tokyo marui g36 (plastic body and gear box) that i upped with a lvl 3 as well. classic army still works fine, just eats the battery faster with the new box, but the g36 competely wore down after 2 outings (~200-300 shots). if you plan on upgrading, pick a brand with full metal gear boxes. metal bodies just add to the weight and feel for a more authentic experience.
>>736491153 fuck yes it did. got in a shoot out with a dude about 50 feet away, it knocked half of one of his front teeth out (unofficial field, we just wore goggle or shooting glasses, no masks). my buddy has a gas powered Kar98 that shot at 550 (650 with red gas). that would punch through light clothing, would embed in the skin if bare. to be safe, he has a gas m92 for anything under 50 feet, that thing shot at 350. fucking richfag also had a gas m249 ($1000+) that he rigged to the top of his jeep, so we'd use that as sort of a tank lol
>>736491477 yea its usually not allowed at regulated fields where people can get sued. we had waivers and shit from the property owner (some old vet that loved to watch us gear up and talk army) and some how started as a group of ~15 friends/acquaintances from the local official field but grew to nearly 60 after about 3 months of advertising on forums. but higher fps makes the hop-up function of most airsoft guns a nuisance, unless you are going for really long range shots. at that point you're far enough away to play with the hop-up for a few rounds to zero your shot before your victim notices they're fucked. the field we were using was absolutely huge (which is why we had people in trucks/jeeps/atvs), rounds would last a couple hours, had dry ice bombs as "IEDs", and my buddy's jeep-tank.
>>736482249 The problem with this is the need for direct line of sight.. Because with real bullets you can shoot through drywall.. So if you hear tacicool fags clearing rooms. You wait for them on the walls... And not to come around the corner.
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