How to load your regular airsoft midcap and lowcap magazines fast and effortlessly. This is my favorite way to load my low caps and hicaps. I’ve been using this for about a year and I can’t go back to using a regular speed loader.
This video is not sponsored by Laylax. I just really like this loader.
If you want to get an autoloader too, you can grab one from Amazon.
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Up close and personal CQB in Japan [airsoft]
Airsoft gameplay footage of indoor CQB style match. Check out the match highlights including multiple point headshots. I’m using a custom Tokyo Marui Hi Capa, a Maruzen MP5k, and a Tokyo Marui Next Generation MP5.
►► My name is Defrowe Airsoft and I make Airsoft Gameplays in Japan. I use a Gopro Hero 7 and a Run Cam Scope Cam 2 35mm. I want to bring awesome videos to the airsoft community and show how airsoft is played in Japan.
All guns shown in this video are airsoft only. No real guns or firearms are used or displayed.
Are you wondering what airsoft is?
Airsoft is a team game in which participants eliminate opposing players by tagging them out of play with spherical plastic projectiles shot with mock air weapons called airsoft guns.
Although similar to paintball in concept and gameplay, airsoft pellets do not leave visible markings on their target and hits are not always apparent. Though the pellets leave bruises or welts on exposed skin , the game relies heavily on an honor system in which players who have been hit are expected to call themselves out by shouting “HIT”.
The airsoft guns used are mostly magazine-fed, with some having manual/battery-powered spring-piston pump power plants similar to Nerf Blasters, or pneumatically powered by replaceable compressed gas (e.g. propane (“green gas”) or CO2) canisters. Many airsoft guns also have mounting platforms compatible with genuine firearm accessories, and most cosmetically resemble real firearms. This makes them popular for military simulation and historical reenactments. There are also professional gun safety and weapon manipulation training conducted with airsoft in some fields, such as law enforcement training, due to better safety and lower cost. The United States Coast Guard, for instance, has officially adopted airsoft for training in 2018.
Airsoft gameplay varies in style and composition, but often ranges from action shooting to short organized live action role-playing (LARP) scenarios, close quarters battle skirmishes, military simulations (MilSim) or historical reenactments. It is played in indoor courses or outdoor fields. Combat situations on the field may involve the use of genuine military tactics to achieve objectives set in each game. Participants may attempt to emulate the tactical equipment and accessories used by modern military and police organizations. A game is normally kept safe by trained professionals acting as supervisors and marshals.
Before gameplay, an airsoft gun’s muzzle velocity is usually checked through a chronograph and usually measured in feet per second (FPS) or Joules, a measurement of kinetic energy. Some countries have a set velocity or muzzle energy restriction; guns shooting over the legal velocity can be confiscated.
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