Airsoft Guns - Laws and Regulations

*Note all Airsoft Guns come equipped with a Blaze Orange tip.

Airsoft Guns - The Basics

Taurus Millennium PT-111 Spring Powered Pistol, Black

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  • Gas powered airsoft guns which are in the traditional variety is termed as classic . Classic Guns gives you the rifles and weapons that once ruled the streets of a depressing era. Experience for yourself these timeless classics which changed the world forever. The new trend has changed the life style but classic airsoft guns are stiff worth to buy. Unlike the gas pistol of today, they can either run on either an internal tank using conventional airsoft gas or use an external carbon dioxide tank much like a paintball gun.

    Airsoft Guns are exciting gifts for any age. They shoot a small plastic bb that replicates the action of a real gun. Hobbytron has a variety of models, styles and options ready for you to peruse. All of this is available at incredible prices with our unbeatable 45 day true warranty! Choose from our top brands, styles and features.

  • Gas powered is keenly popular among people. Since it work as a mock weapon and thus airsoft enthusiastic are always on the look out for this gun. Gas-powered airsoft guns are not limited to pistols alone.

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  • Disclaimer: All airsoft guns are required to have the tip (1/4 inch) of the barrel permanently colored in blaze orange. No person may openly display or expose any imitation firearm (replica firearm), in a public place. The term "public place" means an area open to the public or exposed to public view and includes streets, sidewalks, bridges, alleys, plazas, parks, driveways, parking lots, automobiles, whether moving or not, and buildings open to the general public, including those that serve food or drink, or provide entertainment, and the doorways and entrances to buildings or dwellings and the grounds enclosing them.
    Any person who changes, alters, removes, or obliterates any coloration or markings that are required for by any applicable state or federal law or regulation, for any imitation firearm (replica firearm), or device in any way that makes the imitation firearm (replica firearm) or device look more like a firearm is guilty of violating the state or federal law.
    By accessing the Site, you certify that you are older than 18 years of age or the age of majority where you live, whichever is older; that you are the owner of any credit card used to purchase on items on the Site; that you are familiar with all local laws in your area affecting your legal right to access airsoft products; that any products you buy are for your own private enjoyment and that you will NEVER share these products with a minor in ANY WAY.

    S&T also builds most of their AEGs with a quick-change spring feature. As with both S&T and Ares airsoft guns, the spring guide can be removed by loosening the locking screw and turning the spring guide 90 degrees. This is where the gearbox reset really comes in handy, since the spring should be at rest before opening the back of the gearbox. Access to the spring is easy: simply remove a single pin, pivot down the butt plate, and go. The spring would need to be changed for CQB use, as this AEG comes out of the box shooting 390FPS with a .20g BB.

Airsoft Guns and Rifles - Air Soft BB Guns & Machine Guns

Spring-powered airsoft guns are single-shot devices that use elastic potential energy (EPE) stored in a spring to compress air to launch an airsoft pellet down the barrel of the gun. The user must cock a spring gun prior to each shot. This is typically achieved by pulling back the slide (pistols), bolt (rifles), or the grip on a shotgun, which in turn compresses the spring and makes the gun ready to fire. Because of this, these guns are by definition incapable of automatic or semi-automatic fire. Spring-powered airsoft guns are generally not as powerful as gas but are more powerful than electric models, although some spring shotguns and bolt-action rifles can be very powerful and shoot at velocities of 400–700 ft/s (120–210 m/s). These are generally inexpensive, excluding the high-power bolt-action sniper rifles and shotguns, and may not last long (depending on the quality) because of the tension created by a powerful spring. However, many spring guns can be modified and upgraded to last longer and shoot better.