Re: AIRSOFT guns anyone play?
[quote author=blackfusion06 link=topic=195889.msg4106314#msg4106314 date=1315339302]
Does someone own one of these or have any tips on upgrading them. They look pretty much like an electric motor that recoils a spring? or are these actually air guns? I have a co2 old school pellet gun but one by one have to reload etc. Kinda boring Also jersey needs a gun permit to even own a pellet gun (dont need the hassle) but an airsoft gun you dont. Go figure?? [/quote]
Are you serious? A permit just to own, boy would I have problems. All we need is to have our records pulled to show that we haven't had a criminal background or are on a list stating that mentally we can't handle it. Our permits are for conceal carry and certain types of firearms. I like shooting rifles, shotguns, bows, cannons, or pistols. I am dying to try a crossbow, can't until we get a target that can handle the force of the poundage though. Our 4-H club got a air pistol, haven't had the opportunity to try that yet, but I know I will later this month. I am one of the archery instructors. Never shot airsoft. I thought that I saw a re-loader for the CO2 pellets at Walmart a while back. It was a cylinder that somehow attached to the top of the barrel. Do you have a Bass Pro Shop close by, they can help you with what is available locally for you. That is one store I can spend time and money in very easily.
Doesn't expecting the unexpected make the unexpected expected? Why are a wise man and a wise guy opposites? Why do we drive on a parkway and park on a driveway ?
Just remember, Noah built the ark without even knowing what rain was.