I get together with a brother-in-law once a week at our local indoor range. We've come to really enjoy it and the "friendly competition" makes it a lot more fun, too.
Never really tought of airsoft guns for keeping sharp. I wonder how much the weight difference will affect the draw under stress.
I don't know much about AS guns as far as what all is out there. Do you know the namebrand of the ones you use, or possibly have a link? Very interested!There are many different types of airsoft guns out there. Cheaper ones are made of plastic and you can get metal ones that operate like the real thing. We use the nicer ones in some of our training and they weigh almost the same as a real Glock. I have found them to be a wonderful training tool.
I don't know much about AS guns as far as what all is out there. Do you know the namebrand of the ones you use, or possibly have a link? Very interested!
rabywk, thanks for the link - it got me started. Here is what I found - its supposed to be the best airsoft Glock replica there is. For $150-$175, it better be.
I'm thinking seriously about getting one of these. That would turn the garage into a low on ammo/bad weather close quarters range. I know this can't replace the real thing - its just a supplement - but it definitely would have its advantages here and there over using a real gun for dry firing and drawing practice.
This isn't a Glock-exclusive thing, either. There are several companies I have found in the last day or so that make pretty good replicas of alot of different pistols.