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Handling Your Airsoft Gun

Even though airsoft guns are considered toys, owning one comes with serious responsibilies. If handled improperly, airsoft guns can cause serious injury or even death. By following the basic gun safety rules you can keep yourself and those around you safe.

  • Never assume a gun is safe or unloaded.
    • Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire your gun. Even when the mag is out, there may be a BB in the chamber.
    • Keep the mag out of the gun until you are ready to play.
    • Keep the safety on until you are on the field, ready to play.

  • Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction, away from other people.

Magazine out. Gun on safety. Finger off the trigger.

  • After a game is over and before you enter the staging area, remember...
    • For AEGs, remove the mag and fire a few shots in a safe direction to clear any BBs that may be in the chamber. Keep the mag out of the gun and the safety on until you are ready to play the next game.
    • For gas guns, remove the mag and pull the slide back to clear any remaining BBs. Keep the mag out and the safety on until you are ready to play the next game.

  • Always use the designated shooting zone to test fire your gun when not in play.