Author: Ghost
I'm a United States Air Force Veteran, Desert Shield & Desert Storm Veteran. I'm a long time WWII reenactor turned into an Airsoft Operator. I mostly reenacted 1st Infantry Division 'Big Red 1' and 101st Airborne. During my years as a WWII reenactor I learned and used many military tactics both urban and woodland. These lessons have helped me adapt to the Sport of Airsoft very easily. I love the sport of Airsoft for many reasons. Some of those reasons are no real uniform restrictions, many weapons to choose from, it's less expensive to get into and the use of modern technology.

Choosing Your First Airsoft Weapon

There are many theories and much advice on choosing your first Airsoft weapon. I’m going to try and keep this as simple as possible. I’m going to touch several aspects that you should consider when choosing your first Airsoft weapon.

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The Supporting Roles

The Supporting Roles – Part 1: We all started this hobby with help, I know I did…and that person not only encouraged me to express myself in my hobby, but also went all the way to Hong Kong to purchase

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AEG or GBBR? It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie in the Airsoft community, a three year Airsofter or multi year veteran Airsofter, this is one of the most frequently pondered questions that most Airsofters face these days. Personal preferences

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Ghost’s Sniper & DMR Practice Routine

The sport of Airsoft is just like any other sport like Baseball, Tennis and Soccer. You need to practice your skills to become better, especially as a Sniper and/or a DMR.

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