Airsoft Megastore’s YouTube Series Brings to Light Player Safety

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The eight-part series highlights the most talked about topics among players breaking into airsoft.

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As popular as airsoft has gotten over the past few years, this sport is still in its infancy. So it’s paramount that those of us who love to play airsoft be good ambassadors for those who are new to it.

With more airsoft fields across the nation opening their doors to new and veteran players alike, Airsoft Megastore has rolled out a series of weekly airsoft safety videos starting in early June to provide enthusiasts with tips and advice on safely playing airsoft as a sport.

The series stars Airsoft Megastore TV duo Vince Mann and David Lacuna, also known as Mule to avid followers of the retailer’s official YouTube channel. Acting not only as a supplement to the June Boot Camp Sale, which offers product discounts of up to 30 percent to all shoppers, the informational videos also serve as helpful guides for players trying to break into the sport. More videos are scheduled to be released up until the end of the month.

From the proper handling of airsoft pistols and rifles to airsoft safety gear recommendations, topics cover a gamut of information that all players need to know before stepping into any field. Other topics relating to commonly asked questions like safe places to play airsoft and etiquette on the field are also addressed. The nation’s fastest-growing airsoft retailer, which in the past has sent its professional crew to shoot other videos in local airsoft fields surrounding Southern California, scheduled a total of eight videos to be made available to the public.

As safety ranks high in focus with any national sport played on a professional and recreational level, Airsoft Megastore maintains the same stance in the world of airsoft. The online retailer uses all of its media platforms, especially with its growing YouTube presence, to encourage its audience to echo important airsoft recommendations and safety guidelines.

“As popular as airsoft has gotten over the past few years, this sport is still in its infancy,” Mann, who along with the rest of the video crew keeps safety on the top of their list, said in one of the videos. “So it’s paramount that those of us who love to play airsoft be good ambassadors for those who are new to it.”

Two more airsoft safety videos will air on June 18, with the last pair of the series the following Tuesday on YouTube. Topics for each episode will be announced on AirsoftMegastore.com and AirsoftMegastoreTV.com, the retailer’s official blog that offers additional tips and advice to all enthusiasts. Videos relating to eye protection, gun safety, etiquette and safe places to play have already been released as of yet.

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