Airsoft Guns Are the Tools For War Games
Airsoft guns have taken the place of paintball guns for scrimmage and war games. Paintball can be extremely messy. Many people really want to simulate war play 38 super ammo a accurately as possible. Paint can stain or ruin uniforms. Airsoft guns will eject plastic projectiles that are sized from 6 to 8mm. From a safe distance, these projectiles are harmless.
You will not need a license to own or operate these guns. However, you do need to be aware if there is a minimum age requirement in your country. There not be an age requirement to operate an airsoft gun, but there will probably be an age restriction when purchasing one.
Some countries will require you to paint the barrel of the gun orange. Painting the barrel orange will let anyone know that the gun is not real. Even if the barrel is painted orange, you still should not display your airsoft guns in public, without a case. And you should always lock your guns up when storing them at home if you have children or children visit your home.
Although this is not a realistic gun, you will want to treat the gun like it is the real thing. You never point the gun at someone not in play. Never fire your gun closer then the recommended distance to another person. You will clean this gun the same way that would clean a real gun. Remember to only use silicone based products for cleaning and never petroleum based cleaning products.
You will use a barrel bag or condom for your gun when you are not using it out on the field. The condom may be cheaper but it does not completely stop any projectile that might be accidentally fired. The barrel bag will not let out any stray projectile and is safer for you and your teammates.