A number of people fear firearms or at least don’t like them and they have their reasons.
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Personally, I fear the downhill of a roller coaster and I don’t like playing with dolls or shell cold shrimp, yet, give me an airsoft gun in a combat field of friends and family and watch the excitement.
We have our likes, fears, pleasures, and woes. Still, there’s something about joining that friendly airsoft gun skirmish using my airsoft guns that I find exhilarating. This airsoft gun activity may be uncomfortable for many; yet can be a fantasy come true or at least good exercise for others.
WHAT IS AIRSOFT?
Airsoft is the label given to the sport and/or hobby of collecting 1:1 replicas of real firearms. Airsoft guns are considered non-lethal because the airsoft gun ammunition consists of soft BBs or pellets; typically larger than the BB’s sold in many local sporting goods stores.
Airsoft guns, whether they are airsoft rifles or pistols, can be manufactured as pure toys [made of mostly toy plastic) and not realistic in appearance or can be manufactured to pass for the real thing; having the weight, mechanisms, touch, etc. of the real firearm [i.e. colt 45, M16, AK47, etc]. The required bright orange tip found on all airsoft guns [required by US law and regulated by local state, county, city ordinances] and the actual airsoft gun propulsion system isolates airsoft guns from real guns.
Real guns fire a deadly propellant via a form of firing pin against an explosive. Airsoft guns fire a non-lethal propellant via a burst of air. The method used to generate that burst of air distinguishes airsoft gun operations [i.e. spring, gas or electric].
WHAT DOES AIRSOFT DO?
Airsoft gun history began in Japan around 1970. Possessing any type of firearm was illegal and punishable by Japan law. Yet, shooting a firearm was a personal urge.
The economic principle of ‘supply and demand’ surfaced in that where a demand exists, a supply will follow. Manufacturers introduced the airsoft guns that addressed the Japan demand for firearm usage, but without the lethal effects that Japanese law addressed. By the early 1990’s that supply reached the United States addressing our variation of demand. We wanted firearm usage, but without the expense and lethal affects that the real gun characterized. The Airsoft Gun industry gave Japan a boost in their economy and even a greater boost when those products reached export levels that included United States.