The best thing to keep in mind is the majority of the time quality of reflected by price. The caveat to this is that due to the way airsoft is in Canada things are much more expensive. So when your dropping 300 dollars on something you think is great, it may in fact not be that great.
The best thing you can do at this time is to sit down and consider what make of gun you would like to own, after figuring that out I would suggest looking into which companies produce the model and then doing some background research on each company. This website holds a lot of information and all you need to do to access is use the search function located at the top of the page.
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