#1
I am wanting to get an airsoft gun, but I dont know if I would actually use it enough to warrant the money. I would be open to playing airsoft, as a lot my friends already do. But I'd have to buy a better quality gun, probably in the $200-$300 range. But I dont know if I'd still use my gun enough. What do yall think?
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#2
Airsoft is very fun, I doubt you'll stop at 200-300 if you do start. After a while you'll probably want to buy mags, a vest, maybe new clothes e.t.c.
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#4
Fuck your "Airsoft" nonsense.

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#5
Airsoft is fun and dosent really hurt. I like paintball a bit more because it makes you really not want to get hit.
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#8
Screw airsoft, paintball is better!
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#9
I don't like paintball very much at all, I prefer airsoft a lot. I own pretty high end guns (ICS, KWA) but I kind of regret the 300 dollars investments (for each gun) because you really do get tired of it. I would suggest getting a cheaper gun unless you're going to really play a lot.
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#10
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Airsoft is very fun, I doubt you'll stop at 200-300 if you do start. After a while you'll probably want to buy mags, a vest, maybe new clothes e.t.c.



I meant $200-$300 for the gun.

Hi-cap mags, tac-vest, BDU's, etc. I dont know how much that'll be. But I'm sure it will add up over time.

Although I still have my BDU's from when I was in ROTC back in high-school. Though theyre kinda tatterred from orienteering and forced marches from the mini-boot camps. I kinda need new ones. "Or Master Chief will have my ass for chow!" LOL It was a Navy unit.
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#12
My brother has a few guns, and some camoflauge clothes. I went up to the woods and played it with him, it dosen't really hurt, unless you get shot at near- pont blank range.
I'd buy a cheaper one and see if you like it, like other people have been saying.


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#13
For a sidearm get one of the 400+ FPS Co2 pistols from Wal-Mart or Academy. They're super rigid, semi auto, and hurt like hell. Oh yeah, and $40.
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