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Not sure on FPS IN ENGLAND


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Hi there I'm new to this forum but I have been reading different threads on other forums and I am a bit confuse on the FPs in England as I play in N. Ireland our is 328fps and thats it weather its a bolt action, Gas or electric weapon. I hope to be going to a event in England the Battle of Andover and I was thinking of bringing my Snipers rifle along with me now I see some threads showing 420+fps on snipers rifle but if thats so then what is the fps on a AEG.

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Now I have been airsofting 15 years and I'M A MEMBER OF FOXTROT 58 airsoft team

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I would ask the organisers because everywhere has a different limit.

It is intended to be 328fps, but many sites will vary it so definitely worth contacting them :)

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I would ask the organisers because everywhere has a different limit.

It is intended to be 328fps, but many sites will vary it so definitely worth contacting them :)


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