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Airsoft in a Nutshell

Airsoft is a sport in which players participate in simulated combat with airsoft guns. Airsoft guns are replica firearms that shoot plastic pellets. They are designed to look and feel like real guns, but they are not capable of firing live ammunition. Airsoft is often compared to paintball, but there are some key differences between the two sports. Airsoft guns are typically more realistic in appearance than paintball guns, and the pellets they shoot are much lighter and more fragile than paintballs. The sport of airsoft originated in Japan in the early 1970s. It has since grown in popularity and is now played all over the world. There are a variety of different ways to play airsoft, but the most common form is team-based MilSim (military simulation) games. These games typically involve teams of players competing against each other in a simulated combat environment. Airsoft is a great way to get active and have fun with friends

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Did You Know?

Airsoft guns spread to the United Kingdom in the late 1980s and early 1990s via a company called LS, and were sold in separate pieces and had to be assembled before they were capable of shooting. These then became available to the rest of Europe and North America and rapidly gained popularity worldwide. Since the mid-1980s, airsoft has been adapted with a purely recreational application in mind, and the sport is enjoyed by all ages.

Keep Your Eyes Safe

BASIC STANDARDS

EN 166 Specifications
EN 167 Optical test methods
EN 168 Test method other than optical

STANDARDS BY USE

EN 169 Welding filters
EN 170 Ultraviolet filters
EN 171 Infrared filters
EN 172 Solar protection filters for industrial use
EN 175 Welding work equipment
EN 207 Glasses for laser protection
EN 208 Glasses for laser adjustment
EN 379 Specification concerning welding filters

Bollé Safety product approval certificates to CE standards will be sent on request.

FRAME MARKING

Frame marking must include the CE Symbol and manufacturer's name (logo or brand). If the glasses refer to the EN standard, the EN standard number is mandatory together with the various use and mechanical strength symbols, in accordance with the tests requested by the manufacturer.

Use symbols:
3. Liquid droplets or splashes.
4. Large dust particles > 5 microns.
5. Gas and fine dust particles < 5 microns.
8. Electrical short circuit arc.
9. Molten metal and hot solids.


Mechanical strength symbols:
S. Extra strong, resists a 22 mm, 43 g ball falling 1.30 m.
F. Low energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball at 45 m/s.
B. Medium energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball at 120 m/s.
A. High energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball at 190 m/s.

KNOW YOUR EYEPRO

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LENS MARKING

Lens marking must include:
the scale number for filtering lenses. the manufacturer's name (logo or brand recommended by the manufacturer).


Optical class symbols:
1. Continuous work
2. Intermittent work
3. Occasional work, but must not be worn continuously.


Use symbols:
9. Molten metal and hot solids.


Mechanical strength symbols:
S. Extra strong, resists a 22 mm 43 g ball falling 1.30 m at 5,1 m/s
F. Low energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball at 45 m/s
B. Medium energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball
at 120 m/s
A. High energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball at 190 m/s
K. Resistance to surface damage by fine particles (optional)
N. Resistance to fogging (optional)
T. The letter T, immediately after the mechanical strength symbol, authorises use for high speed particles at extreme temperatures.

WARNING

F. Maximum protection for glasses.
B. Maximum protection for goggles.
A. Maximum protection for face shields.
If the S, F, B and A symbols do not apply to both the lens and frame, then the lowest level must be assigned to the protective eyewear.

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  • Umarex Airguns to Sponsor and Attend GUNFEST 2022
    by Tom McHale on 03/08/2022

    Umarex Airguns will be on site as an official sponsor of the Airgun Village at the inaugural GUNFEST in Sturgis, South Dakota. Fans should visit the Umarex Airgun Village for the opportunity to shoot some of the most popular air powered hunting rifles and airguns. Additionally, attendees will also be able to purchase Umarex Airguns onsite through GunBroker.com and have them shipped right to their door. GUNFEST is set to take place August 5-7 at The Sturgis Buffalo Chip. The post Umarex Airguns to Sponsor and Attend GUNFEST 2022 appeared first on Airgun Wire.

  • MidwayUSA Foundation Adds Board Member
    by Tom McHale on 28/07/2022

    MidwayUSA Foundation recently held its biannual Board of Directors meeting in Marengo, Ohio,during Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation’s National Championships. Throughout the week, MidwayUSA Foundation’s board members were able to see thousands of young athletes compete at the highest level in all shooting disciplines.  This meeting also welcomed a new member to the board. Aaron Mazer, The post MidwayUSA Foundation Adds Board Member appeared first on Airgun Wire.

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  • Airsoft Magazine Types Electric Guns
    by JBBG MARK on 08/07/2022

    Most airsoft guns and BB guns today have a removable magazine, and in this blog, we will look at Airsoft Magazine Types for Electric Gun only. This blog will help you understand the different types of magazines available, what they are designed for, and how they can help you make the most of your AEG The post Airsoft Magazine Types Electric Guns appeared first on Just BB Guns.

  • Everyone Loves a Good Origin Story
    on 17/08/2022

    Everyone Loves a Good Origin Story The Umarex Origin is appropriately named. This line of airguns from Umarex USA has undoubtedly become the “Origin” story for a whole new wave of shooters who were gun-shy to try out PCP Airguns until their […]

  • SHOT Show 2019 is Under Way : UMAREX Day 2 and 3
    on 17/08/2022

    DAY 2 - SundaySunday was an absolutely beautiful day in the desert outside of Las Vegas. SHOT Show day two kicked off with clear skies and warm sunshine. After a quick breakfast, it was off to Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club to set up for […]

  • Ruger® 10/22® Air Rifle: Talk about a Backyard Plinker
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    Odds are you are already familiar with Ruger®’s 10/22®. The gun has been in production since 1964 and there are more than 5 million of them out in the wild. There are countless variations of the rifle, so a new model is rarely headline-worthy. […]

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