G&G has stepped up their premium gun game with a lot of new features which this blog is going to list and break down, first covering the externals and build, and then the internals, as well as other cool features, many of which are even more than one would have asked for from premium airsoft guns.
The G&G ARP 9, when first seen at the Shot Show 2017, sparked a ton of waves all over the Internet. Let's find out what caused all the commotion and the specs that have intrigued millions of airsoft players around the world.
1. The parties must play only on private and approved grounds, with the written authorisation of the owner in possession of the land or location. To trespass on property, abandoned building or public parks, for example, are grave offences. 2. Under no circumstances will players display their gun replicas in public view (except at a special event such as a convention or license airsoft fields). In any situation (even at home, in his or her backyard), vigilance is a must.
The ammunition used in airsoft are small little plastic balls called BB's. They come in different weights, sizes, materials and colours. They are usually composed of plastic, but they are also available with a biodegradable compound. Plastic BB's are often used indoors as for the Biodegradable BB's are used for outdoors. A good quality BB is perfectly round, smooth and consistent throughout each batch. Typically a brightly coloured BB is easier to trace than your typical airsoft BB's.
Try not to buy the very first gun you see right away. Check out reviews from different sources, ask questions, browse through a multitude of airsoft forums and sites, they will have some great suggestions on which guns to start with. If all else fails, our support team is also hear to help. However, airsoft communities have a great support system and getting to know what gun is right for you is easily attainable through some proper research.