The appropriate selection of BBs for an airsoft replica is one of the most important dilemmas of a beginner airsoft player. What weight should I choose? What type? What brand? Maniek44 will try to answer these and other questions, using as examples his replicas. We wish you a pleasant reading!
It is often said, that airsoft is like live FPS games. One of the things, that airsoft can lack off is something that will simulate that battlefield vibe – explosions, smoke and bangs. They not only make the game more attractive but also give a tactical advantage when properly used (more about airsoft pyrotechnics safety here). They can be used to clean hills or rooms or give a smokescreen to cover the assault squad. Sounds cool, right? Actually, it’s not that hard to implement these things into the airsoft skirmish. moreover, they’re already easily available on the market. Depending on the rules of the games, you can use both pyrotechnic solutions and green gas products.
In the beginning, I would like to say that it won’t be a typical detailed review of the replica, but it’s description with the addition of my personal opinion. I am not a user of airsoft snipers. I am a casual AEG and GBB user, who just got a 420 fps spring-loaded bolt action rifle into his hands. What’s the purpose of this kind of budget sniper airsoft replica, where can it be used and what’s its potential? We’ll see. Meet the SA-S03 CORE Sniper Rifle Replica from Specna Arms.