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 Three Ideas To Select The Best Airsoft Gun 
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Three Ideas To Select The Best Airsoft Gun
by: George Hutton

We all love to have fun with our friends. Few things in life are more enjoyable than getting together with your buddies and playing some games in the park. More and more these days, people are turning to hobbytron airsoft guns to achieve this sense of fun and excitement. If you aren't familiar with hobbytron airsoft guns, they are an extremely high tech version of bb guns that you may remember as a kid. They are designed to look and feel exactly like real life combat weapons, yet they shoot small orange pellets that are designed to not cause any harm. That way you can experience the thrill of combat without suffering any of the adverse consequences.

Of course, if you are going out shopping for some toys for the first time, there are some things you should consider before making a purchase. This can make the difference between playing with an exciting new toy, or being left behind holding a dud that doesn't deliver what you thought it would. In this article I'll be going over three things to consider before making a purchase.

First of all, you'll need to consider the range of your gun. How far do you want to shoot? This is measured in either feet, or meters. Depending on how you will be using your gun, you'll want to think about different ranges. Generally speaking, the higher the range, the more the price. If you are going to be shooting in mainly close combat situations, you don't really need that much range. However, if you are going after some long range targets, you'll need a gun that can support your objectives.

Another consideration is how fast it shoots, or how fast the BBs go once they leave the gun. This is usually measure in feet per second, or FPS. Depending on what kind of environments you'll be in when using your gun, you'll want to choose a higher FPS. If you will be shooting at moving targets, then a higher FPS is more important. If you will be doing some shooting at targets that aren't moving, then FPS won't be as important. And similar to range, the higher FPS, the more expensive the gun is going to be.

One last consideration is how big you'd like your magazine. The magazine is the container on your gun that holds all the BBs. The bigger your magazine, the more you can shoot without worrying about having to reload. If you are thinking about getting an automatic weapon, then having a large magazine is a definite must. Some weapons, when set to fully automatic, can empty a magazine rather quicker. So bigger is definitely better in this case. However, if you plan on doing some single shot action, like target shooting or sniper work, then magazine size isn't much of an issue.

Now that you've thought about a few of these issues, it's time to go out and buy yourself an airsoft gun. These can be tremendous fun and can be used in many different situations. However, be sure to always keep safety in the forefront of your mind at all times. Safety gear is an absolute must, especially eye protective goggles. Without these you open yourself up to injury, which can quickly kill the fun in any game. So be safe, and have lots of fun out there.

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