Airsoft custom gun work should NOT be substituted for actual shooting skills & training.
This section has taken a different turn. I have decided to create an airsoft custom gun shop. It will be awesome. The idea came from the fact that I would always get really bummed out when some company would come out with an airsoft gun that I absolutely loved the look of, but it performed terribly, even after modifications had been done. Additionally, I’m tired of my guns crapping out on me all the time in the middle of a game. At first I just bought more guns to have as back-ups. But then those took a dump as well. So I began my quest, with the help of some highly knowledgeable close friends to build an airsoft setup that does the following:
#1. Looks great while shooting awesome…and that’s it.
I’ve noticed that a lot of times, you’ll see airsoft guns out there that look good, but don’t shoot for shiz. And others that don’t look too hot but shoot darts at long distances. Well I plan on combining the positive aspects of the two situations. While I haven’t figured everything out JUST yet, I’ve made a lot of progress in the right direction and it’s only a matter of time before I can offer a new outlet to the airsoft community to take this game to a new level.
I am not trying to sound cocky, just wanted to let you all know that there is light at the end of the dark airsoft tunnel of poor performance and durability.
If there was a particular airsoft rifle that you’d like to own but can’t at present because there isn’t one available worth buying, drop me a line. I think we can help.