Colash wrote: »
I'm just entering the sport to be honest . I haven't been to any sites and not taken part in any games . But I'm eager to start , soon . My local club would be tigerland in Sligo and I can't wait to get down there
. Why did ye guys get into the game ?
Prosperous Dave wrote: »
I love militaria and military history but with the strict gun laws in this country, I never considered getting a real steel gun. However when I saw my nephews with their aegs, I just had to get one myself (never heard of airsoft up to then) and haven't looked back..........or at my bank balance either for fear of a heart attack at what I've spent;)
Southern Dandy wrote: »
Ahhhhhhh I remember it well when prosperous dave first popped up here, full of questions, curiosity, excitement and now look at him.....
I heard he sold a kidney to get a new airsoft pistol ......
Rooky1 wrote: »
A mate at work told me about it! He made it sound completely dodgy, so I ignored him.
One of the Lab Techs at work started going and mentioned it to me and it sounded a lot more legit.
So I bought a full ICS Mp5 package with 8 hicaps and 2 8.4v 3300mah batteries and off to Predator I went (Airsoft wasn't legal in the Ireland back then):D
Never looked back. Love skirmishing, love the friendly atmosphere between airsofters. And love tinkering with AEGs.
Now if only I could give up work and Airsoft full time:D:D:D
darren ff wrote: »
Bet you where an airsoft whizz kid even back then Rooky
Colash wrote: »
Why did ye guys get into the game ?
whydave wrote: »
For me it was the Girls......:cool:
Miss_Kitami wrote: »
First post on the site, but anyway. I'm only getting into it, but for me it's kind of three things that make it appeal to me.
3: One of my best friends plays semi-regularly at Red Barn (? Near Bray) and he raves about it, of course he instantly hooked me by letting me fire a few test shots off from his M4 and 1911. Instant slobbering addict.
se conman wrote: »
RedBarn is outside Swords, north of the airport, and welcome to Airsoft.