I'm getting back into airsoft after several years and I feel like Robin Williams coming out of Jumanji. I haven't played regularly since Oklahoma Invasion 6 and the first Broken Home. What's up with the semi only restriction on assault rifles? And the magazine limit? Who's still around? What is Black Label? Are these new companies making guns and such any good? What the hell is speedsoft? What is the general opinion on HPA?
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Posted 20 June 2018 - 09:29 PM
jesus christ kiddo. Ya are gonna have to learn just like everyone else did on their first around.
Semi restriction is for a multitude reasons. Insurance, safety, realization that no one needs to put 30 shitty shots down range vs one well placed shot, realism, and to make the SSW class worthwhile.
Mag restrictions for much of the same reason. Helps with realism, adds purpose to SSW classes, allows for rules like only reloading in FOBs forcing ammo conservation and potential for storylines.
Lots of AMS staff are the same. 'Who's still around' is hella vague otherwise.
Learn more about Black Card here (http://americanmilsi...ams-black-card/)
VFC/Krytac right now are the AEG kings. G&G has some good offerings as well.
SpeedSoft is a new style of airsofting that takes after competitive paintball. SpeedQB is a fast-pased arena game that small teams do quick skirmishes for an objective. 'SpeedSoft' in a general sense is a very high-speed low-drag concept of playing airsoft, prolific indoors.
HPA is up in the air. The community for HPA is really hated nowadays for lots of people being dicks with HPA. Plus HPA is super expensive. HPA is not necessarily universally accepted in the milsim world because the line/tank reduce realism. Regardless, once it gets down to it, we are all shooting BBs at the end of the day. P* even sponsors AMS.
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