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Electric Airsoft Guns are the most commonly used Airsoft guns on the market. They are usually powered by Ni-Cd, Ni-MH or Li-PO rechargeable batteries.
Green Gas Airsoft Guns are powered by big Green Gas Cans that must be purchased separately from an Airsoft gun. You'll usually insert the nozzle of your Green Gas can into your Airsoft gun's slot to recharge it.
CO2 Airsoft Guns are powered by small C02 canisters that are usually inserted into the grip of your Airsoft gun. These must be purchased separately.
Spring Airsoft Guns guns have a spring that must be cocked back after every shot. They require little maintenance so they are great for beginners, but they can only fire a single shot at a time.
Feet Per Second (FPS)Feet Per Second determines the speed the BB leaving the barrel of your Airsoft gun. The higher the FPS your Airsoft gun shoots, the faster it travels and harder the impact.
Airsoft StyleMost Airsoft guns are modeled after real life firearms.
Beginner Airsoft guns require no or little maintenance, so they're great for newcomers.
Intermediate Airsoft guns require some experience and skill with shooting and maintaining Airsoft guns.
Expert Airsoft guns are for diehard enthusiasts who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty on the workbench.
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