Welcome back to the blog! Today I’ve got a review you’ve been waiting for! I’ll be testing and reviewing the Viper VX Buckle Up Utility Chest Rig. A lot of you saw this on my Instagram feed during IWA 2019 and I’ve finally got my hands on one to field test.
Welcome back to the blog! Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that I’ve been slowly building a MultiCam Black loadout and I’ve finally finished my MCB belt set-up so here’s a little post giving you the deets of what’s in my set-up.
Airsoft might seem expensive, but I’m here to debunk that myth for you! It doesn’t have to be that one-off, “stag do” event you attend once every few years, airsoft can actually become an affordable, regular hobby if you know what to look for. Most airsoft sites based in UK offer hire packages that vary between £35 – £50 for a full day game; those packages usually include:
In order to understand how different internal parts affect each other’s performance, we must first understand how an AEG actually operates. You will find this section helpful especially if you are currently facing issues with your AEG for the first time and are keen to delve into the internals and repair them yourself. To begin, AEG uses three types of energy – electrical, mechanical and finally pneumatic.