Understanding the importance of transporting replica guns and that the usage of any airsoft guns are done properly and responsibly are a couple of the key safety issues stressed by the airsoft community. Airsplat expects there to be a spike in airsoft sales this holiday season. As airsoft guns become more common in households around the US and Canada, airsoft retailers cannot express the importance of safety enough. Once the gun is purchased, the new owner must be aware that most airsoft guns are made to intentionally replicate a real gun and that without the 6mm. orange tip, distinguishing airsoft guns from real guns is nearly impossible.
Airsoft remains a growing sport. Like any sport, safety is always a concern and Airsplat is making sure that they are doing necessary things to promote safe airsoft play. On Airsplat’s website they lay out guidelines to insure that parents and their kids are aware of the proper ways to transport their airsoft gun and when it’s okay to have them out in public. Airsplat is hopeful that through the holiday season and 2013 there will continue to be no incidents involving safety, as the airsoft community continues its campaign to promote airsoft safety.
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