If you've been living under a rock since the new years party finished then you might not know that we've been running another crazy January Airsoft Sale. Nows the chance to get your hands on some juicy gear that you may not otherwise have been able to afford, for just a fraction of the price. Stuff has been selling like hot-cakes, so don't miss out!
For now, we've put a list together of our top 5 picks of things you'll want to check out before they sell out.
* All prices are correct as of when the blog post was written on the 13/01/2020
If you're one of the lucky ones to get your hands on the KRISS Vector AEG then why not treat it to some love.
Replace the Vectors mundane and functional Charging Handle with a stylish, flashy replacement!
Was: £20, now £9.99
Upgrade, upgrade, upgrade. Take your VSR to the next level with a barrel precision made to give you the chance to reach out and really touch people.
Used by staff and many Airsofters a like to improve your range and accuracy. When combined with the right weight BB, hop-up rubber and patience this barrel delivers killer accuracy down range.
Was: £54.99, now £29.99
A massive LiPo battery designed for crane stock use but also suitable for large Airsoft hand guards or butt stocks with plenty of space.
The batteries can also be used in remote control Cars, Boats, Planes and other Toys, as well as in DIY Electronics projects.
Was: £39.99, now £24.99
We have sold this gear set for years for many custom builds. The overall design and materials used make these gears very strong and with correct and proper shimming perform amazingly.
Ideal for anyone looking for a stronger almost stock rate of fire in their Airsoft AEGs but can also be short stroked if desired for a higher ROF when combined with other correct AEG internal parts to handle the strain.
Was: £42.99, now £22.99
Lost your flash hider, and having to leave your suppressor on until the end of time for fear of damaging your poor naked threads? Worry no more!
A simple device yet effective, designed to protect your Airsoft gun's outer barrel threads from damage during gameplay and transportation, or any other situation which might leave the threads exposed to the elements.
Was: £12.99, now £3.99
Well, there you have it. Five of our top Airsoft picks which are part of this January's massive Airsoft Sale. If you want to know more, or to check out other products on offer then check out our January Airsoft Sales 2020 Page, you don't want to miss out.
Airsoft Ranch who? For those who may not have seen the name floating on social media yet or even come across their website, Airsoft Ranch is a relatively new team of 10 people dedicated to site reviews, informational guides and a WIKI source for all things Airsoft in the UK.
Airsoft Ranch is only 11 months old and soon celebrating their 1st year of internet birth! The Ranch Team consists of a mixed bag of active Airsofters who can often be seen at Hardline Airsoft, Invasion Airsoft and Wolfgang when not touring the country trying out new locations.
We recently had a visit from three of the guys who took advantage of spending a full day checking out everything we had to offer and also partnered up with ourselves to produce their first YouTube video featuring the hugely popular Army Armament - Taran Tactical JW3 GBB Pistol.
Along with being film stars for the day, we also snapped a few photos of two of the players to show you what they run and gun with. We will be posting a Feature Friday blog dedicated to two of their members next week on the 22nd of November.
So let's get to it, Airsoft Ranch take it away with your review of the Army Armament - Taran Tactical JW3 GBB Pistol:
As mentioned in the video, they have produced a full write up a review of the pistol which can be found here on their official website.
If you like what you have seen in the video and Airsoft Ranch's official blog review and fancy your own JW3 pistol, then check it out here.
If you also fancy working with ourselves on any future news, video content and more then drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We've decided to introduce a new video series, we're going back to basics and showing the newcomers to Arisofters (and those who thought they knew everything) the must-know basics. We're going to cover topics including how to connect your batteries to your Airsoft guns, the different types of Airsoft gas, explanation of power limits and more!
We've so far published two videos, the first was about battery connection types and safe use.
Our more recent video is presenting the difference between the many Airsoft gasses available on the market, and what may be the right choice for you.
We are uploading this series of videos to our YouTube, Facebook and Instagram TV channels. Be sure to subscribe to all so you don't miss out on the updates, and see if you really did know everything there was to know about Airsoft.
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