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Advice for airsoft in the South (Cork)

  • 28-03-2017 8:54pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 285 ✭✭ TheWarChicken


    I've been playing airsoft for a while now, but I've been restricted to a couple of sites and one retailer. Either I'm unable to use google, or it's quite difficult to find these sites online. It would be great if I could set up a game with a few of the local lads who don't have kit, so if a site offers rentals that information would be appreciated.

    Thanks


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  • Moderators, Sports Moderators Posts: 5,390 Mod ✭✭✭✭ shytan




  • Registered Users Posts: 285 ✭✭ TheWarChicken


    shytan wrote: »

    I did, website is down, and it hasn't been updated in a while. Thanks anyway.


  • Registered Users Posts: 238 ✭✭ Cadpat_cowboy


    I've been playing airsoft for a while now, but I've been restricted to a couple of sites and one retailer. Either I'm unable to use google, or it's quite difficult to find these sites online. It would be great if I could set up a game with a few of the local lads who don't have kit, so if a site offers rentals that information would be appreciated.

    Thanks

    For retailers try airsoft Eire. They stock good products, have next day delivery on orders and in my experience they costumerservice is brilliant.

    Also I found that airsoft magazines like airsoft international are full of ads for British retailers.

    Even further afield is taiwangun.pl and gunfire.pl both polish shops who I found to be fairly priced and easy to deal with.

    As for sites you may have to travel, I drive for an hour to go to my local when there are four sites closer to my home.


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