The crazy things that kids come up with these days… like shooting each other with the plastic BBs from Airsoft sniper rifles! Clearly they’ve never watched A Christmas Story of “you’ll shoot your eye out” fame. As much as I love guns and am an avid supporter of guns in the home and for hunting or various other uses, I have to say that a large number of irresponsible people are ending up with WW2 Airsoft sniper rifles or an M1A1 Thompson Airsoft gun in their hands. It makes me a little nervous. Oh sure, there’s lots of ‘funny’ videos on Youtube of kids shooting each other and fake blood and all that; but when it comes right down to it you can actually get hurt quite badly if you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time—like for instance standing next to one of the irresponsible people with an Airsoft sniper rifle in their hands. The makers of Airsoft rifles are very quick to say that they are not responsible for any injuries suffered at the hands of anyone using one of their products. And they are right! They’re not responsible. If you buy an Airsoft sniper rifle, replication from WW ll or any other war, you are responsible… Not the manufacturer.
That said; there is an entire collection of extremely accurately portrayed replications of WW2 Airsoft sniper rifles in the Airsoft sniper rifle line. Accessories, extra ammunition, rifle upgrade kits; all of these things make the sport of airsoft gun wars a fun and actually educational adventure. Those who take these ‘playthings’ seriously can enjoy themselves in a way that no other toy or game will allow. As long as safety comes first and when the games are over the toys are put away; locked away.
Reviews from those who know
This first review is of a UHC Super 9 Pro Ver. 2 Spring Airsoft Rifle, this satisfied customer says that the first thing you need to do when you purchase one of these guns is to clean out the barrel and further explains that a little oil on the bolt is a good thing. Should you happen to upgrade the spring and you should upgrade the spring guide as well. Not doing so will result in firing issues, and who needs that? He upgraded his rifle and now instead of 278 shots he can fire off an amazing 380 to 400 shots. His one of those guys that likes to buy something and then alter it, upgrade it, change it up as well most avid gun collectors. He also mounted a bipod and scope that had to buy the mounting rails to do so. He recommends a couple of websites where you can get the things you need to upgrade your weapon successfully. The stock barrel will do until you can upgrade as long as you keep an extremely clean, was his advice of the day. He says he still maintains accuracy within approximately 130 feet and can’t wait to get his next rifle, the TDS MK96, to see what it is capable of. And we can’t wait to hear about what these WW2 Airsoft sniper rifles can do, can we?