Hey guys! The video today is for the rookies in airsoft Because like some of you might already know I’m in airsoft for only about a year as well And in this time I was able to collect some experiences which might be helpful for someone wanting to start airsoft I did 5 topics And let’s just start with topic number 1 Safety first! You have to wear an eye pro on every field This is just set in stone.
Without an eye pro there is no playing airsoft. So get yourself one! I thought some grid glasses would be a nice alternative to some normal glasses, because it can’t fog But if you get a BB on your glasses and it splits You get it in your eyes anyhow.
And that’s obviously not that nice A little hint for spectacle wearer: Every optician combines your eyeglass lens with your eye pro So you don’t have to stray blind on field but are safe In addition I’m wearing a grid mask It’s for the mouth, I can likely show you It’s this one So I can be safe no one shoots my teeth And my cheeks are safe as well If you get a hit there, it might not break that much, but it hurts I tried playing with a complete full face as well So goggles and mouthpiece all in one And it’s really warm under this.
Of course it’s a subjective thing In Didam I got a hit on my frontal This can’t happen when you’re wearing a full face Well but I’m happy with the choice of eyepro and mouth piece Another point when it comes to safety are solid shoes So it doesn’t matter where you’re playing, if it’s outdoor or CQB You’re running, you might be frightened you have to run fast around the corner and be nimble There you shouldn’t roll your ankle Because when you’re doing so maybe in the forest a band in your ankle can easily rip I guess no one wants this So take care for yourself and chose solid shoes instead of sneakers Point number 2 is convenience of your gear When it comes to choosing your gear and your weapon Inform yourself where you want to play And where do you even have the possibility to play, what’s nearby? So which field might be your first to play So if you’re playing in CQB, this means “closed quarter battle” So urban warfare, in the smallest spaces There you have to move fastly around the corner A sniper ain’t the best solution here That’s obvious, right? So don’t make yourself unhappy and inform yourself which type of weapon is appropriate for your field I guess it’s about 2 weeks ago, when I visited Didam I’ve been playing an Ares Amoeba on loan there I really liked it So I’m going to get one by myself One more thing, which is important On most german fields, well which I know You have to carry a back-up So you need a second, a handgun, which has got less power Because e.
g. on The Hill you have to have a back-up for the staircases because you can’t use your long gun with high power to hit the others in the face. Well shooting on the face is a different topic I’ve got a Glock 17 Maybe you saw this already in my gear video It’s GBB For everyone under 18 who is allowed to play until 0.
5 joule I can recommend an AEP AEP is running over battery So a pistol running over battery As an alternative there is a system with a spring But you have to repeat there and this takes your time. For this reason: AEP Basically it’s so important to take only stuff with you which you really need Don’t equip your vest and your belt with like 37000 details Because if you’re on an event and are in the game the whole day It needlessly takes your energy Point number three is Fairplay Airsoft defines through fairplay Even more than in Paintball or Lasertag it depends on you showing your hits This means, if you get hit by a BB Raise your hand and shout “hit” In the best case you show a death rag, so a red cloth or a reflective vest.
So it becomes clear for everyone This player is out People who don’t show their hits, we call Highlander Highlander the “immortals” No one likes Highlander, they’re crashing the whole game Not only for us but for themselves as well Highlander are dickwads Point number 4 is playing airsoft legally I feel you, when your new in airsoft and your weapon arrives at home You’re that euphoric, so you want to start shooting directly There are fields for this in Germany We as Airsoft Helden host official events in Mahlwinkel E.
g. there is an event in cooperation with GSP this summer It’s called GSP Airsoft Days This is for everyone from 14 years old on, so perfect for beginners I’m going to be there, too. So I’m happily looking forward to play there I guess tickets are still available If you transport your weapon, take care that it’s locked in a gun case or a sheath Because that’s how it says the law Point number 5 is community, a tip from me to you Go and search for like-minded people Airsoft brings most fun in the group It’s way more than meeting on the weekend to shoot together You can meet to fine-tune your weapons, to plan the next events You can shop new gear together, that brings fun You can extend your group of friends Just ask your class mates or your friends if they just want to give it a try together with you For the case that you’re not finding someone directly don’t be afraid to visit an event or a game day anyway My experience is that no one stays alone for long The community is really strong And you won’t believe how many local airsoft teams are even in your area A nice example is the Dark Emergency Every year 1500 like-minded people meet there And everyone is into this hobby so you can exchange Everyone’s approaching everyone so really nice This are my five tips and tricks for airsoft beginners If you liked this video I’m happy if you let me know in the comments Same, if there are any questions not answered Just write it all down in the comments I’ll put some links for airsoft beginner stuff in the description That’s it from my side, hopefully meeting you soon on a field See you Can you do this again? Come on Quite please! Go and film her This was like that tight HEY GUYS! – Can you first push the cam back to Nick for once? You’ve been too slow One more kick What are you doing with the cam? I’ve got a rupture