Here are some basic tips for choosing the airsoft gun that works for you. Many of these factors depend on your use of a weapon or air. Some people look for a pistol just for fun and others will use it in competitions, so there is a stricter set of guidelines that they must follow. But the advice should be the most important thing any consumer should look for in a high-quality sporting pistol.
Tip # 1: Make sure the sofa gun is made of as much metal as possible.
Most of the stores I walked into that sell these guns have a fancy wall that looks like AK 47s, M16 and sniper rifles. But you really have to look beyond this shiny plastic and see what metal really is. If your budget is limited, you don’t need to purchase an all-metal gun, but always make sure that at least the gearbox is not plastic. The plastic gearbox will quickly collapse over time and will not be as reliable as a metal gearbox. Also, some parts might look cool, they are plastic, but working all over the field in the middle of the game and throwing weapons, you don’t want all of those plastic parts to break.
Tip No. 2: Buy AEG, not gas gun, if used outdoors in cold weather.
Carbon dioxide and green gas shotguns can really pay off. For a handgun, there is nothing better than gas power, but be aware that coldness has a negative effect on these gas cylinders, and they are known to not perform well in nearly cold weather. Now, if you are residing in Florida this shouldn’t be a big problem, but this should be noted before making a decision.
Tip # 3: Make sure the mixture is strong enough.
Unfortunately, there are firearms manufacturers deliberately selling rifles with so weak batteries that they are not strong enough to continue shooting this spring for every shot. Over time, this battery will wear out faster and cause errors from time to time. You also need to make sure the battery is large enough to be able to deploy a full set without having to stop by to have it replaced. Of course, you can always carry a spare battery in your pocket, but read some reviews of the gun you’re looking to make sure it comes with enough battery.
Tip 4: Never remove this orange tip on the end of the barrel.
K Now it is tempting to discard the bright orange tip of the gun, but removing or painting it is more against the law. This is because the infantry or even the policeman do not know if it is a real assault rifle or not. After all, these plastic rifles are replicas of reality, and it would be wise to make sure they are recreational weapons and nothing more. It’s not really a guide to choosing a gun, but nothing to talk about.
Tip No. 5: Find fps degree in the box.
A cheaper quality rifle for fast firing is not being advertised. The sun protection factor (SPF) walks per second, the faster the number that releases BB 6 mm. For recreational use you should be looking for something like 215-300fps and if you are a serious air fanatic then you can get something more like 300-450fps. No matter how nice your pistol is, you should check this number and then purchase a timer so you can test it at home.