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Are airsoft guns safe?

Posted On September 27, 2016By AirRattle TechIn Fun in the Airsoft Field

Update On Airsoft Safety

Safety in airsoft is a topic that will be hammered in to our brains until the end of time, so it is easy to brush it off as mundane.  There are two main areas in airsoft that relate to airsoft safety: during game play, and anything before/after gameplay.  Airsoft safety is not a simple subject, as there are many variables, but we are going to make this article as succinct as possible. Every player will have a different idea on how to be safe during airsoft game play, but thereRead More
For a number of years, RIS was the standard rail type for airsoft, but recently more and more gun manufacturers are opting to put KeyMod rails on their guns, in lieu of a Rail Interface System (RIS). KeyMod is more of an updated rail system for guns, but there are pros and cons to using this system when compared to RIS. I will lay out some things in this article which will hopefully shed some light on both of these rail types, so you can make an educated decision. First,Read More
Have you ever been shopping for a new set of goggles and noticed so many different looks and colors that it made your head spin? Well, today we are going to cover some different colors that are available and what makes them different! Below is a list of the various colors and a brief description as to what they do and their effectiveness towards protecting your eyes. Black: The Black lensed goggles gives eye protection against both BBs and the sun! These goggles are ideal when playing in a sunnyRead More
Whenever we talk about airsoft, the subject of upgrades will always come up in the conversation. The question I hear many times is “I want to run a lipo, do I need a mosfet, and can I just use a basic plug-in mosfet?” There is a very simple different between the wired in mosfet and the plug in mosfet, so let’s set the record straight. Let’s start first with the plug in mosfet. This particular style of mosfet is not a mosfet at all; rather it is a burst controller.Read More