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Legal issues in airsoft
Airsoft as a modern combat sport and airsoft guns themselves are legal in
many parts of the world, but not legal in all countries. Some countries have
specific restrictions such as maximum muzzle energy, rules against using the
trademarks of real firearms, and special marking requirements (such as brightly
colored barrel tips).
7 Czech Republic
12 Hong Kong
22 The Netherlands
23 New Zealand
33 United Kingdom
34 United States
35 See also
In Australia airsoft is illegal for most practical purposes. Australian law
classifies Air and BB guns as "Category A" weapons, placing then in the same
class as break-action shotguns and rimfire rifles, and acquiring a licence to
possess (e.g.) a pistol requires a rigorous and laborious process of police
background checks. You must also have a legitimate reason and be able to prove
that reason before you are allowed possession of a firearm, regardless if either
airsoft or live-fire. Anyone found in Australia possessing an unlicensed airsoft
pistol faces the same charge as a person who unlawfully possesses an actual
Airsoft Australia is aiming to get airsoft redefined as a sport and allow it to
be legally accepted. This will only be possible by restrictions on how replicas
can be obtained (Over 18 and an airsoft specific licence (is hoped) to be
required of the player), for protection of the sport in general and others.
Airsoft Australia has thus far failed to make any significant leeway with the
Government, nor any impact whatsoever on legislation due to the federal election
being within the next six months (June 07). The original website was hacked, but
is going to be re-opened soon. However, the organization is about to move to its
new domain; http://www.airsoftaustralia.com.au/.
Airsoft guns and pistols are allowed, but restricted to maximal 0.08 joule for
persons <18 years.
All users that are at least 14 years old do not need their parent's permission.
Airsoft guns and pistols more than 0.08 joule can be purchased in specialized
weapon shops only and all users have to be at least 18 years old
Airsoft guns and pistols can only be bought at officially licensed dealers, who
carry a government permit along with a certified weapon of defense (W.O.D.) to
import and sell firearms.
Airsoft is a legal sport in Bulgaria and doesn't have any shackles for the guns!
People between 14-18 years old play with their parents' permission. For the rest
/18 and above/ - no documents needed
The Bulgarian law considers Airsoft guns to be Airguns - you don't need any
documents, licenses or anything else to possess them.
However, shooting in "protected" (quote from the law) areas is forbidden.
Protected areas are schools, administrative buildings and other public property.
Also, shooting with an Airgun/Airsoft gun in public areas is forbidden.
There are no restrictions about carrying, possessing or using Airsoft guns in
Bulgaria. There are no restrictions about the age of the players (traders don't
sell Airguns/Airsoft guns to minors /<18/ though).
There are no restrictions about lasers, flashlights etc. Basically, you could
put anything on your gun.
There's no need the end of the barrel to be painted in orange (like in the
There are no restrictions about the power of the Airguns/Airsoft guns - you
could buy an 1J Airsoft as well as an 80J PCP Airgun
There are no restrictions about carrying Airsoft guns in public areas (it is not
a good idea, however).
From the Canada Firearms Centre's fact sheet on airguns: 
Airsoft guns that closely resemble real firearms are classified as replica
firearms and can only be imported by companies possessing a Business Firearms
License. It is unlawful to sell or transfer replica firearms without this
Above 500 ft/s and 5.7 joules, air guns are considered controlled firearms and
must be registered.
No legal distinction is made between airsoft and true firearms when they are
used for the purposes of crime.
In Ontario the minimum age to purchase airsoft is 18. Children under 18 must be
supervised by someone over 18.
Airsoft guns imported into the country by private citizens are at risk of being
seized and destroyed at the border by customs agents. The few Canadian airsoft
retailers that exist take advantage of this fact and the prices are high in
comparison to other countries.
In China, it is rumored that airsoft has been made illegal in mainland China.
However, it is essentially an underground sport, and local authorities turn a
blind eye to it. This enables the sport to flourish within the country, and
market stalls and shops continue to openly sell airsoft guns, despite the
official legality situation. It is legal in China's SAR's (Special
Administrative Region's of China, such as Macau and Hong Kong), where it is a
very popular sport.
- Czech Republic
Airsoft guns have the status as real firearms, yet they belong into category
where no gun license is needed.
The use of airsoft guns is allowed for players that are least 18 years old.
Airsoft guns may not have an energy greater than 16 joules.
The use of laser sights and illuminators is forbidden.
Usage and open carrying of air soft guns in public places is highly forbidden.
Playing is forbidden in places, which are freely accessible by civilians - it
can be played only on places that are private and closed.
Airsoft guns are mentioned in the Danish "Våbenlov" (Arms control legislation).
You have to be at least 18 years old to buy, hand over and possess airsoft guns.
You can use airsoft guns, on police approved sites, with a permission slip, at
the age of 16.
A firearms certificate is not required.
Visible transportation of replica firearms in public areas is forbidden. All
replica firearms must be covered with something, for example, a weapon case.
Land owner's permission is needed to play airsoft in any area.
Minors (under the age of 18) are able to purchase airsoft guns only with written
permission from their parents.
Visible transportation of replica firearms in public areas is forbidden. All
replica firearms must be covered with something, for example, a weapon case.
Land owner's permission is needed to play airsoft in any area.
Minors (under the age of 18) can only buy airsoft gun which are under 0,07j with
Airsoft gun may only have a power under 2j with 0.20gr projectile, otherwise
they must be registered, as over 2j it is considered to be a weapon by law in
Airsoft guns under 0.5 joule are considered toy guns and can be freely sold to
all persons above 3 years of age. Distributors agreed to raise the limit to
least 14 years of age.
All airsoft guns between 0.5 joule and 7.5 joule must be bolt-action or
semiautomatic only and can only be sold to people 18 years or older. These are
considered "free" firearms, as a result:
Sales of guns of more than 0.5 joule are allowed only in weapon shops.
Guns must be marked with the trader's weapon abbreviation and a F-in-a-pentagon
mark as well as the airsoft gun caliber (such as 6 mm BB).
Target illuminating devices and lasers may not be attached to guns but are legal
otherwise. For example: possession of a flashlight is allowed, even shooting
with the flashlight in one hand and the gun in the other; but attaching it via
mount ring to the rail system of a gun is not. Devices made specifically for the
purpose of being attached to a gun (like certain flashlights with integrated
foregrip for mil-spec rail) are prohibited.
While the possession of airsoft guns is allowed, the actual use in a game is (at
least) hotly debated. For sure, most players using guns with more than 0.5 joule
muzzle energy leave Germany to play in countries like France, Belgium, Denmark
or the Czech Republic.
More information can be found at Airsoft FAQ on laws in Germany, which covers
more complicated issues like the "Kleiner Waffenschein", issues with the OWiG
§118 in Bavaria and a definition of the term "combat shooting".
Soft-air weapons are remarkably genuine-looking imitations of real firearms
which shoot spherical projectiles by means of spring tension, or air/gas
pressure. Because of the high kinetic energy of their ammunition, soft-air
weapons are not classified as toy firearms on principle. Gotcha weapons and
paintball markers are used in games that simulate armed conflict. Colored
marking bullets, shot using a CO2 cartridge system, serve as ammunition. These
weapons, too, are not classified as toys, but are subject to the firearms law.
Air guns whose ammunition develop a kinetic energy of up to 7.5 joules may only
be imported into Germany if they bear a special label (the letter "F" in a
pentagon on the weapon). In this case, the purchaser does not need a special
import licence, but must be at least 18 years of age. If the prescribed "F in a
pentagon" is missing, the gun will be treated as a weapon loaded with live
ammunition, which means that a firearms licence is required to carry such a gun,
a licence for the possession of firearms to acquire and possess it, and an
import licence to bring it into Germany. The Ordnungsamt (local town clerk's
office) or Landratsamt (rural district office) at your place of residence is
responsible for issuing the licence. In the case of applicantswhose place of
residence is not the Federal Republic of Germany, the authority at the
traveller's destination is responsible. If the destination is not known, the
authority of the district where the frontier is crossed is responsible. If the
necessary licence cannot be furnished at the time of entry, the weapon will be
regarded as having been imported illegally. As a rule, criminal proceedings will
then be instituted against the importer and the weapon will be seized. It is
therefore essential that the licence is applied for well before the intended
import. Importing colored ammunition and gas cartridges is not subject to any
limitations under firearms law. It is very important to bear in mind that all
goods that are subject to prohibitions and restrictions must always be declared
at the frontier customs office when imported into the EC (and always when
exported). The submission of a proper customs declaration is even necessary if
the value is within the tax- and duty-free allowances. You must always use the
"red exit" at airports or ports and declare the goods without being asked.
- Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, all airsoft guns are legal but may not be fired with a muzzle
energy above two (2) joules.
You are only allowed to play airsoft in private areas and non-country park
You may not reveal the airsoft guns in public areas.
The laws for airsoft in Hungary is simple. They're classified as airguns under
7.5 Joules. Fully automatic operation is legal. There is no age limit for
buying, but minors (below 18) can only use them under the supervision of an
Airsoft guns can only be sold in licensed gun shops and these guns must have the
proofmark of the "Hungarian Firearm Proofing Authority" (www.mkh.hu). No proof
required for private import and sale.
Shooting of airguns: must be confined to a railed off private property or a
shooting range. No pellet/BB should leave the range or property.
Modification: modification of an airgun for higher muzzle energy is prohibited,
but under 7.5 Joules there is no legal penalty for such act (above 7.5 Joules
airguns classified as firearms which require license).
Transportation: unloaded, in a closed case/bag.
Storage: unloaded, gun separated from pellets/BBs, closed container,
unauthorized persons should not have access to the gun
In Indonesia, there are no strict rules about it, and still under consideration
by the government as if to classify airsoft guns as "toys" or almost equal to
real guns. However, airsoft were first brought to Indonesia circa 2000 - 2001,
and the biggest retailer being Toy Saurus at Senayan Trade Centre 2nd floor,
Asia Afrika Street - Central Jakarta. The founders of Indonesian airsoft
communities put some restrictions on this game. For example, airsoft players are
prohibited to upgrade their gun to above 100m/s, or they'll be rejected from the
community. And the one who wants to buy an airsoftgun, must be at least 19 years
old and know the regulations and rules about the airsoft gun.
Some events have occurred that are perceived as endangering the continuity of
the hobby, such as some robberies in which airsoft replicas were used.
The status of Airsoft in Ireland was changed after the 2006 Criminal Justice
Act, which amended the previous Firearms Acts from 1925, 1963, 1972 and 1990.
Where once authorization or a license was required for all devices which fired a
projectile from a barrel, The law now defines a firearm as (amongst other
an air gun (including an air rifle and air pistol) with a muzzle energy greater
than one joule of kinetic energy or any other weapon incorporating a barrel from
which any projectile can be discharged with such a muzzle energy
The aim of this change was to establish a minimum power a device must have to be
classified a firearm in order to eliminate the legal oddity where toy suction
cup dart guns and the like were legally classified as firearms, thus bringing
Ireland into line with the rest of the EU. In this case, one joule was used as
the limit, as opposed to seven joules in Germany, 12 foot-pounds in the UK and
so on. The one joule limit most likely arose from UK case law where it was found
that energies in excess of one joule were required to penetrate an eyeball (thus
causing serious injury). As a result, airsoft devices under one joule of power
have been declassified and have become perfectly legal to possess and use within
The Republic of Ireland. Those over one joule of power remain perfectly legal to
possess and use within the Republic, so long as a firearms certificate is
applied for and granted by the local Garda superintendent - but they are at this
point classed legally as actual firearms.
Airsoft guns are classified as "dangerous toys" which makes airsoft illegal to
import, manufacture and sell. This law is not very well enforced, however, and
it is possible to find retailers who import MPEG level airsoft guns and also AEG
level airsoft guns.
Israeli airsofters have created an airsoft association in an attempt to make
airsoft legal - Girit "Girit Airsoft Association in Israel"
("גירית – עמותת
לישראל"). Girit is cooperating with the
Israeli Shooting Federation, joining it shortly as a member and cooperating with
other governmental authorities in an attempt to make airsoft legal in Israel.
For more information you may refer to http://www.airsoft.org.il
Girit Airsoft Association has established cooperation with USAPSA, Ukrainian,
Slovenian, Swedish and Czech airsofters. An Israeli national airsoft tactical
shooting competition took place near Beit Berel March 2097.
Airsoft guns and pistols are allowed a velocity below 100 m/s (328 ft/s) i.e.
equivalent to 1 joule: under the law, airsoft guns are not classified as
firearms. You can buy and sell it both from stores and from another private
Orange tips must be present on the barrel ends of the airsoft gun when they are
imported and sold by a store. Once you own the airsoft gun, you may remove the
orange tip; however, the similarity between genuine firearms and airsoft
replicas is close enough to provoke interaction with law enforcement personnel
if an airsoft gun is mistaken for its real counterpart. Airsoft used to commit a
crime is treated as if you had the real gun, assault weapons carry an extra
mandatory sentence in addition to the regular punishment for the crime
The minimum age to purchase airsoft and/or use it during a regular match is 18,
or 14 if accompanied by a parent or legal tutor.
Usage and open carrying of air soft guns in public places is forbidden. You can
play in a private property away from public sight, or in a well-delimited
private or state property after having asked the local authorities for a
limited-time permit (usually from 6 to 48 hours), and having alerted the local
police command, to avoid alarmed citizens calling for emergency.
In Japan, airsoft guns are legal, but may not shoot with a muzzle energy above
Legal requirements are set on airsoft model manufacturers to prevent any
possibility of a replica weapon being converted into an actual firearm.
Standards include (but are not limited to) use of low-melting point metals and
non-ballistic plastics in structural components and incompatibility of
mechanical components with actual firearm components and mechanisms.
The overall litmus test used by the Japanese National Police Authority is
whether the replica weapon can be made to chamber and fire an actual round of
These standards have proven successful within Japan, as it has been found that
criminal elements discovered that it is significantly easier to purchase an
actual illegal weapon in comparison to modifying a comparatively fragile replica
into a functional firearm.
Due to this reality, most crimes involving a threat of physical violence are
often perpetrated with edged weapons, as firearms seen in public are (by
default) believed to be toys by the public at large.
All airsoft guns are treated under the national weapon law and demand a personal
Registration of any sort is not required for airsoft weapons, however, they are
only available for purchase to people over 18 years. Airsoft players have
established unofficial set of rules, which regulates the behavior of players,
belonging to the community.
In Macau, China, all airsoft guns are legal but may not be fired with a muzzle
energy above two (2) joules of kinetic energy.
- The Netherlands
The law places full restrictions on Airsoft Weapons, rendering possession
illegal. When one looks at the Dutch law on this subject, airsoft is not
explicitly mentioned, and the characteristics of airsoft weapons would place the
weapons in Category I of the Dutch gunlaws (legal to own and operate without a
license). However, the Dutch Ministry of Justice can make exceptions, which it
has for airsoft weapons, (The reason given is that the weapons look so
realistic, that they can be used for intimidation), placing airsoft weapons that
are 1:1 replicas and/or realistic in Category IV (illegal without any
possibility of acquiring a permit). The sport itself has the same legal status
as paintball, but since Airsoft players prefer 1:1 realistic replicas the Dutch
players travel to Belgium instead.
For more information about the legal issues with airsoft, and attempts to
legalize it, please visit: www.nabv.nl
- New Zealand
Semi-automatic pistol and semi-automatic (all automatic weapons require a
special restricted endorsement) air-powered weapons are legal to posses and use
in New Zealand, provided that the person is either over 18 years of age, or 16
with a firearms license. A person under 18 may not posses an air gun but may use
one under the direct supervision of someone over 18 or a firearms license
It is illegal to use these weapons in any manner that may endanger or intimidate
members of the public (pointing, brandishing, etc) except where there is
reasonable cause, such as an Airsoft game.
Police, New Zealand, Airguns Factsheet, <http://www.police.govt.nz/service/firearms/infosheet04.html>
(retrieved on 2007-07-24)
The Arms control legislation (Våpenforskrift) requires:
One to be at least 18 years old to buy, hand over, possess and use airsoft guns.
A firearms certificate is not required.
Organized airsoft started in 1985, and interest in the hobby had gone up and
down, several times over the past 20 years. The airsoft gaming community is
highly secretive and underground, but has seen a tremendous surge of newbies in
the last 2 years, owing to the advent of cheap China-made airsoft. Airsoft teams
are often very clannish, with a number of groups claiming representation, to a
certain extent, of the local airsoft community, organizing and coordinating
between local teams, especially during big events where hundreds of players from
teams all over the country converge on selected venues for friendly tournaments.
Letter of Instruction 1964, signed in 1982, bans the importation, sale and
public display of gun replicas, but purchase of airsoft guns and the movement of
airsoft players are largely untouched by the government, with a few confiscated
shipments only marring that record. No direct regulations have been placed on
the airsoft community, and players of all ages are welcomed to play. In the
Philippines, a firearm is considered lethal and illegal if it fires a projectile
larger than 5.5mm in diameter, however, local media has suggested that
airsofting will soon be considered officially legal provided there are a few
exceptions like the proposed ordinance of repainting the replica gun to make it
look less realistic and more distinguishable from an authentic firearm (similar
to laws in the United States). However given the structure of the Philippine
government and their method of operation, such a ratification may take several
years to be processed. Until then, most airsoft shops in the Philippines are
discreet and well hidden from the public, often located in unmarked buildings
and difficult to find shops where their whereabouts are only spread via "word of
mouth" or by the internet.
As of 24 July 2006 the Chief PNP Gen. Oscar Calderon has signed the Memo
approving a petition for classification of airsoft guns as air guns under
current PNP Rules and Regulations dated 29 January 1992. Despite the Memo on
Implementation of Rules and Regulations governing Airsoft rifles and pistols,
this memo does not repeal/amend an LOI issued by a previous President, which
states "if the samples are found to be gun replicas, all the toy guns shall be
turned over to FED for safekeeping/ proper disposition since gun replicas are
prohibited articles in the country pursuant to LOI 1264 dated 31 July 1982". A
Memo from the Chief PNP amending the PNP rules and Regulations cannot
overrule/repeal or amend the Presidential directive. Only the Legislative body,
the Supreme Court or the present President can do so. The only consolation the
airsoft community will get from this Memo is that airsofters cannot be charged
for illegal possession of firearms.
Airsoft guns fall into the same category as paintball guns and smoothbore
air-powered weapons up to 17 Joules and are available to people over 18 years of
age, registration of any sort is not required. This, however, is not strictly
enforced and many cheap spring replicas may be found in toy shops (due to common
practice of labelling them as "toys"). Generally, the police considers airsoft
replicas toys rather than "non-lethal weapons". The Polish airsoft community has
formulated "Airsoft Rules", an unofficial set of rules regarding airsoft as a
whole. While they are not enforced in any specific way, abiding "Airsoft Rules"
is a sign of "playing fair" and belonging to the community. Excerpts from "Airsoft
Eye protection must be worn at all times during the game.
Brandishing replicas in public places is not allowed. Doing so may lead to
ejection from the community.
Local law enforcement (police, Forest Guard etc.) must be informed earlier about
every airsoft game taking place in the area.
Players between 16 and 18 years of age are able to participate in airsoft games
only with written permission from their parents.
Airsoft is legal in Portugal under the name of Softair. Softair falls into a
specific category designated as "Arma de softair" or in English "softair gun".
According to the new guns and ammunitions law (DR - Lei n.º5/2006 de 23 de
Fevereiro - Regime Jurídico das armas e suas munições) some of the main excerpts
Any softair gun must be totally or partially painted in fluorescent red or
Maximum energy level at muzzle exit must not exceed 1.3 Joules (or 374 fps);
Softair gun purchase is limited to:
Minimum age of 18;
Only for sport practice;
Buyer/gun owner must be registered in a softair federation;
Softair players/gun owners doesn't need to possess Public Liability insurance;
Other special limitations may apply to softair gunsmiths and players.
This information is an excerpt of the law, for further information refer to full
document (DR - Lei n.º5/2006).
Law nr. 295 from 2004 (Regimul Armelor şi Muniţiilor) regulates all
use of weapons and associated ammunition:
The law is quite unclear (in what concerns airsoft weapons) as to whether this
kind of weapon classifies as "non-lethal weapon" or "toy".
The law regulates the use of air-powered weapons (e.g. sport/competition use,
that use a metal projectile) under "non-lethal" category and solely requires
that you (1) are at least 18 years old and (2) register your weapon at the
police precinct nearest from your location.
The law specifies that usage of night vision (infrared) or laser aiming devices
designed for military use is completely restricted to members of the army and
associated entities even if the aiming device is used on a lower-restriction
category weapon (e.g. such as on an airsoft gun). The law, however, does not
restrict in any way the use of aiming devices not designed for military use.
The law specifies that, should you attempt to use a non-lethal or replica gun to
perform (or attempt to perform) armed robbery, you shall be prosecuted as if a
real gun was used.
One has to be at least 18 years to buy airsoft guns.
If the velocity of an airsoft gun is below 100 m/s (328 ft/s) i.e. equivalent to
1 joule, it is considered to be a toy.
If the velocity is higher than 100 m/s (328 ft/s), the airsoft gun is classified
as a section D weapon in the Firearms control legislation of Slovenia.
Additionally Air Soft Clubs and National Shooters Association in Slovenia
recommend that airsoft gun velocities should not be above 100 m/s (1 J).
Airsoft guns are regarded as low power weapons and AEGs must have:
Semiautomatic rifles and pistols: less than 2.4 joules
Other automatic electric guns: less than 1.00 joules and local police
One must be at least 18 years old to buy and own airsoft guns. If you are under
18 a license is required. Players in Sweden are often very protective about
this, and do not like players under 18.
In order to possess a gas, air or spring operated firearm without a license the
impact energy of a projectile fired at a distance of 3 meters must be less than
10 joules. If it is semi or fully automatic the impacet energy must be less than
Airsoft guns are not considered as subject to the weapon legislation and no
permission is necessary.
Please note that all kind of laser sights are forbidden.
- United Kingdom
There are currently certain restrictions on the possession of airsoft replicas,
which came in with the introduction of the ASBA (Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003)
Amendments, which prohibit the possession of any firearms replica in a public
place without good cause (to be concealed in a hard gun case or sealed container
only not to be left in view of public at any time) . The prohibition of
self-contained gas cartridge weapons similar to that made by Brocock can
arguably apply to Moscarts and BB-Shower grenade systems, however a formal case
precedent has yet to be set. There were initial concerns among the airsoft
community that the Violent Crime Reduction Bill (passed an Act in November 2006,
but not yet commenced) would in future prevent airsoft skirmshers from buying
realistic imitation firearms. However, on the 20th of September 2006 the
Association of British Airsofters (ABA) received a letter from Tony McNulty
saying that he has "decided to provide a defence for airsoft skirmishing in
relation to the ban on the sale etc or realistic firearms". There has been
confirmation airsoft will receive an exemption. This letter has been scanned and
reproduced on the ABA website . Note that membership of the ABA may be
required in order to view the letter.
Since then, the Bill has received Royal Assent, and while now Statute Law in the
UK, is still a matter of some (at times heated) discussion in the UK Airsofting
community - not least of which the question as to how the Act, and Specific
Defence, will work, the process of which is still being decided upon at the Home
Office, at the time of this edit (5th December 2006).
The violent crime reduction act of 2006* Edinburgh North & Leith. The new
legislation passed its parlimentry stages a local campaign for tougher measures
on air weapons and replica guns welcomed the new law the age limit for purchase
of air and replica weapons has been raised to 18 (in Edinburgh Norh & Leith) so
far on the 2nd November 2006 other areas due to change.
- United States
Under Federal Law,
Airsoft guns are not classified as firearms and are legal under federal law, as
well as the laws in each state. However, in almost every major city and
population center the definition of a firearm within their respected ordinances
includes propulsion by spring or compressed air, thus subject to applicable
A 6 mm minimum orange tip must be present on the barrel end of the airsoft gun
to identify it as such for any commercial sales. 
Airsoft guns' trademarks must be removed where the manufacturer does not have an
existing license agreement with the manufacturer of the real fire arm. For
example: Classic Army has a licensing agreement with Armalite, so the trademarks
can stay on imported replicas of Armalite's weapons. In practice enforcement is
hit or miss. You might get an "unlicensed" gun through customs with trademarks
intact, while a licensed gun might be held in Customs by an uninformed customs
In addition, the similarity between genuine firearms and airsoft replicas is
close enough to provoke interaction with local law enforcement personnel if an
airsoft gun is carried openly in public.
If someone were to, for example, attempt a robbery with an airsoft gun, they
would be charged as if the airsoft gun were a real firearm.
New York City requires that all realistic toy or imitation firearm be made of
clear or brightly colored plastics; furthermore, New York City makes possession
of any air pistol or air rifle or similar instrument in which the propelling
force is a spring or air, unlawful without a license. See New York City
Administrative Code § 10-131(b) and New York City Administrative Code §
10-131(g)(1)(a). This has the effect of creating a total ban on airsoft guns
since few manufacturers make such guns, and fewer players desire them. The rest
of New York State is unaffected by these laws, and there are no state
regulations limiting or prohibiting airsoft.
Michigan restricts the purchase of these guns so that they may only be purchased
from a licensed retailer. Black Market retailers are also a source for
purchasing airsoft guns in Michigan.
Texas allows Airsoft guns to be owned but most cities require that the Airsoft
guns be discharged only while outside city limits.
We did it ! The public safety committee has vote down on the SB798 today ! Thank you everyone who help against the bill and expressed their opinion. Thank you all airsoft players for supporting against the bill and we saved the sport.
This is an alert to us that we have to treat the sport as safe as possible. We hitguns.com ask everyone please follow the safety rules, keep your orange tip on, keep your airsoft gun in the gun bag while transporting and never ever show it in public. Do not play in open public area and do not shoot anyone except you are in the game field or safe private area!
As long as we keep everyone playing airsoft safe, non-sense politician won't have an excuse to raise bill against the airsoft sport again. Play safe !
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What is Airsoft?
Airsoft guns are often used for survival simulated war games or training, generally have the following characteristics:
1:1 (full-scale) model simulation proportions and appearance gun, but only fired 6mm and 8mm the spherical projectile (commonly known as BB shells), a low velocity fire to ensure the safety of the use of (the market will see a certain Airsoft guns and imitation of Airsoft guns, respectively, and they normally use .22 .177 (4.5mm) caliber projectile. but these guns could not be used in the survival game.)
A survival game, players can use an Airsoft gun to a military or government forces to carry out simulated shooting games.
Airsoft guns have been popular in some Asian countries, Since different countries have different legal Airsoft guns, see this, some countries will find Airsoft guns, accessories and some will be found in the market to upgrade or enhance an Airsoft gun parts.
Airsoft Guns equipment
imitation airsoft guns
imitation Airsoft guns (also known as "BB gun") is usually made of plastic and metal mock guns, firing 6mm or 8mm spherical projectile (commonly known as "BB shells"), emphasizing safety and used only for the leisure activities. An Airsoft gun is different from the genuine, it is only played by pneumatic compression of thin and light BB shells.Currently most countries have legislation against the muzzle velocity of Airsoft guns and Joule energy constraints. The legitimate use, with the use of the safety requirements and the basic sneakers, for anybody involved in the survival game is very safe.
Airsoft guns are mainly divided into three types: catapults, electric and gas
AEG English "Automatic Electric Gun" acronym, is the most widely used in the survival game type BB gun.The stun gun Gearbox (English, "Gearbox", China and Hong Kong, commonly known as "wave tank", while Taiwan, commonly known as "lunch box") modeled on the principle of Airsoft guns to BB Firing rounds, only manually changed by the motor moves the Poem (1:10 remote control than a small motor car) to automatically Poem moves, and to gear boxes to more effectively carry out automatic and semi-automatic firing.Air pistol shooting speed (that is, the number of rounds fired per second, English, "Rate Of Fire", or "ROF") can achieve or even exceed the Speed guns.
Stun gun power supply battery power source is usually Series 7 ~ 8 (EPS ~ 9.6v) 1:10 remote control cars more than small rechargeable batteries ( "Ni-Cd" or "nickel-hydrogen" batteries) made stun gun battery.Firing in the field can not be the problem, apart from the mechanical failure, is the most commonly encountered hitting half of the electricity.
Dynamic gas cylinder Airsoft guns from the storage of liquid gas (similar to storing propane, butane, or liquid carbon dioxide pressure), a small amount of compressed gases put into the Airsoft guns in the cylinder (the gas cylinder weight and size), then compressed gas to break out and introduced BB shells.
Usually (but not all air pistol) a small part of the compressed gas will be "back to bore moves" for the cycle to the internal operation of machinery for the next shooting.Major pneumatic pistols can be modeled real pistol firing at the back to slide provides loads, but also tends to bore no action expensive Airsoft guns, Airsoft guns back to the action bore no more such moves in many more complex structure. Pistol is the most common gas to bore guns (in English called "Gas Blowback Guns"), slide provides back-bore action can have a pistol in the back seat, forcing operations, and more real, fun.
Early use of the gas rifles or CO 2 gas power, though the full firepower, but now most of the gas guns electric gun has been replaced by a game of survival of the mainstream, but still have their rifles gas market, many abundant power and the pursuit of an Airsoft gun enthusiasts will choose gas rifles.
All three airguns also meet various internal (performance and durability) and external (aesthetic and ergonomic), accessories and spare parts, some of the major Airsoft guns must be part of some players (which parts may have to pay than the original anybody buy a more expensive price), but also to do more gun-like appearance, Airsoft guns, or to strengthen the reliability and durability, and to increase the yardstick of / performance to tie in with the air pistol competition, the survival of the game and bring more fun.
Airsoft gun in the survival game is mainly used in the bullets.BB shells have many different weight (0.12g ~ ~ 0.88g), usually used 0.20g and 0.25g, 0.3 g or 0.45g of heavy bombs, as the driving force in the current regulations, to provide a better range and accuracy.BB shells also affected the quality of Airsoft guns ballistic performance.Generally, lighter BB shells can provide longer range, but vulnerable to wind, and have substantially offset the contrary, the range is even shorter but with better accuracy.
Decomposable material on the general environmental grenades and plastic shells, green or damp long shells will decompose, not more pollution of the environment, but also true roundness hence more susceptible, but in the awareness of environmental protection, survival game players should try to choose environmentally BB shells.It was also heavier metal shells, but because of security reasons, are rarely used in the survival game, but in some anti-riot guns and tactical use of Airsoft guns are used metal bullets.
HOP-UP rotation system for HOP - UP
After launching the rotation of the vertical will be reversed BB shells, grenades and reverse the air current BB, BB shells slightly upward to resist gravity-fed, and the range of accuracy of the upgrade, up to the system, known as ballistic HOP - UP system.Most of the current air pistol with the system configuration.
Anybody HOP - UP system, usually on the side of the barrel with a small piece made of rubber, English has regarded it as "bucking." Some small piece of rubber can be adjusted, some are not, and can not be adjusted in small rubber Airsoft guns usually set in the manufacturing process as the best weight 0.2g shells.Can adjusted HOP - UP guns can be adjusted to the trajectory of the best state, and the accuracy of the book makes more flexible upgrade many.