Hardesty, Alberta (PRWEB) May 05, 2012
Web entrepreneur Danny Sim is pleased to debut his latest business venture, http://www.RampageAirsoft.com. New and experienced Airsoft enthusiasts are invited to browse the new site for incredible deals on Airsoft weapons, tactical gear, and accessories.
“My website is the destination for air guns and tactical equipment,” said Sim. “My research shows that my site has all of the number one Airsoft bestsellers listed at competitive prices.”
Among the bestsellers featured are the Aftermath CZ75D CO2 blowback Airsoft pistol and the Aftermath Dragunov Airsoft sniper rifle in black. The Aftermath mini Steyr submachine gun made from clear, durable ABS plastic is also quite popular. Other brand name Airsoft weapons manufacturers available through the site include Crosman, Gamo, Walther, Airforce, and Beretta.
Shoppers can also stock up on Airsoft accessories like holsters, batteries, pellets, bbs, and magazines through the online store. Protective gear, including tactical vests, helmets, and goggles, are among the must-haves offered at discount prices. Fan clothing, including AAC blackout t-shirts, can also be purchased.
“Bottom line: I’m confident that my store has a better stock, in terms of quality and quantity, than most other sites out there,” said Sim.
Customer service is of the utmost importance at RampageAirsoft.com. Each Airsoft gun, holster, and accessory has been screened for quality, durability, and affordability. Orders are filled and shipped promptly in keeping with the company’s commitment to complete customer satisfaction. Feedback is always welcome and responded to in a timely manner by friendly, knowledgeable staff members.
To learn more about featured Airsoft guns, visit the site’s brand new blog, http://www.RampageAirsoftBlog.com. In addition to detailed product reviews, insightful posts regarding the history of Airsoft are frequently published.
About the Company:
RampageAirsoft.com – a division of Sim Enterprises, LLC – is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur Danny Sim.