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Yes. Some times. Why?

I found it interesting but I'm afraid I'm a bit too old for it. I dont't quite picture myself wearing a mask and a camouflaged outfit. I prefer a quiet and slow paced shooting session with my airguns. My kids however love airsoft and play a major game with their pals at least once a month.

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On 6/11/2018 at 4:48 AM, jmarques said:

Yes. Some times. Why?

I found it interesting but I'm afraid I'm a bit too old for it. I dont't quite picture myself wearing a mask and a camouflaged outfit. I prefer a quiet and slow paced shooting session with my airguns. My kids however love airsoft and play a major game with their pals at least once a month.

You can never be too old! My dad is around 42 and plays with me and friends sometimes.

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On 6/11/2018 at 4:48 AM, jmarques said:

Yes. Some times. Why?

I found it interesting but I'm afraid I'm a bit too old for it. I dont't quite picture myself wearing a mask and a camouflaged outfit. I prefer a quiet and slow paced shooting session with my airguns. My kids however love airsoft and play a major game with their pals at least once a month.

I agree with Alec.  There is a niche for everyone in airsoft and maybe it is just a matter of finding a style of play that fits you.  You don't need a bunch of fancy gear and to be super active.  There is always sniping and marksman roles for more patient and farther back engagements. 

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3 hours ago, APOModern said:

I agree with Alec.  There is a niche for everyone in airsoft and maybe it is just a matter of finding a style of play that fits you.  You don't need a bunch of fancy gear and to be super active.  There is always sniping and marksman roles for more patient and farther back engagements. 

My dad and I play airsoft together. He is 42 and we get time together. You are never too old! 

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I think you both are right. It must indeed be fun to play airsoft with a Garand replica or any other vintage gun.

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On 7/9/2018 at 5:10 AM, jmarques said:

I think you both are right. It must indeed be fun to play airsoft with a Garand replica or any other vintage gun.

They make some pretty realistic replica stuff which is nice for if you don't want to own a real firearm or can't get a certain style or antique like you said

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On 7/7/2018 at 4:49 PM, AlecBeach said:

My dad and I play airsoft together. He is 42 and we get time together. You are never too old! 

That's really neat.  I always told my my dad he could just use a long range gun if he didn't feel like running around with all the kids and I

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On 7/11/2018 at 11:25 AM, APOModern said:

That's really neat.  I always told my my dad he could just use a long range gun if he didn't feel like running around with all the kids and I

You just need the right gun/tools for playing.  I'd say ask him what style he likes and go from there, that's what I did. 

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7 hours ago, AlecBeach said:

You just need the right gun/tools for playing.  I'd say ask him what style he likes and go from there, that's what I did. 

What would you recommend if he wants to have something light but still be able to shoot from afar?  He doesn't want to be a sniper, but more like a long range assault person

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37 minutes ago, APOModern said:

What would you recommend if he wants to have something light but still be able to shoot from afar?  He doesn't want to be a sniper, but more like a long range assault person

I'd check out the Avalon VR16 from VFC.  These perform really well without modification and have a couple options in terms of size and power.  

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Yes, I do. Until last year, I used to play every weekend. Now I'm not playing that much, but I go sometimes.
I use to play with my 10-year old son (and my squad).  I had a Krytac DMR, but today I play "Assault" with an Amoeba 013.

But now I'm focused to practice IPSC Action Air with GBB pistols.
 

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Nada contra estrangeiros no fórum, mas quando entramos em sites gringos somos obrigado a falar Inglês, do contrário, ninguém te responde ou até te bloqueia....acho que deveriam aprender o a Língua Portuguesa antes de mais nada.

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