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Etiquette & Sportsmanship | Airsoft

hi my name is Peyton I’m the manager of airsoft hero located in the historic district of Hampden in Baltimore Maryland and I’m Joshua Meyer I’m in tech here at airsoft hero our store features AEG’s accessories apparel we also buy used guns accessories and apparel and we also do quality tech work any details you can find on our website at wwlp.

com and we’ll be talking to you about airsoft now airsoft is a team sport and just like any team sport a very important thing that you should practice is sportsmanship what I mean by that is if you’re out there playing with everybody and if you get hit say you’re hit unlike paintball people aren’t going to be able to visually tell when you get hit and I’ll tell you one thing personally you you’ll gain a lot more experience on the field calling your hits than you do lasting on the field the long if people see you round after round after round after round lasting you may be the best player out there who knows well you also may not be calling your hits just so you can look cool in front of everybody else another thing is smack talk if you’re playing with your buddies smack talk school you know them well if you’re playing with a new group of people or playing at a at a commercially run field keep the smack talk to a middle oh you don’t really know who you’re gonna make angry and stuff like that something else you should know about when you play it a lot of fields they have what’s called the bang out roll the bang out rule is the minimum distance that you are allowed to engage with the rifle most places it’s about 15 feet Josh here is less than 15 feet from me if he’s on the opposite team of me I will point my gun at him and I’ll say bang you’re dead at that time he will call hit he will walk off the field if he’s beyond 15 feet fair game

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