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Hey!
I'm new to airsofting (as everyone in this section is) and i know that peple have already posted about guns but i think its less confusing if i get it all in my own special thread..:P

I havnt started yet but im planning to, im going to go to my closes airsoft grounds and become a member and play 3 games, all the stuff you have to do to be able to buy good looking guns!

My budget will be around 250 to buy a gun and then whatever else to buy all the other stuff.

So what type of stuff would i need? pretty much from makes of gun to clothing.

Thanks in advance!

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Have you played a game at all yet? The first thing to do rather than get into planning all what you're going to buy is to go and play :) Pretty much all sites have good hire guns so I would give it a try first rather than taking the plunge straight away.

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not played a game yet, however ivegot one planned for after exams!
Thats the only thing stopping me from going to play sooner.
Ive been looking at playing airsoft for about a year but i was waiting to turn 18.

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Well if you're almost 18 you may as well hold off buying your own stuff.. wait till your 18, then play 3 games at the same site in no less than 2 months and you will be able to become UKARA registered (assuming the site is) then you won't have to buy 2-tones and you will have a much larger range to pick from. You should also know after 3 games if you definitely want to carry on.

Hope this helps :)

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well ive been 18 since march, but i cant airsoft until after exams... 29th June, the site that is closest to me isnt registered yet but said they would be...so would it be best to talk to them about it?

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Well just ensure they are registered then your good to go :)




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