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Old July 7th, 2010, 11:47   #11
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If you're new to airsoft, go with a retailer with a good rep for service and a brand with a good rep for reliability. There is nothing worse than starting out with a welfare gun, only to have it fail on you and not know how to easily fix it. Your first platform is a learner, so you need to establish a baseline and rely on the vendor to support the product as you learn and become more independent. Have a look at Plastic Soldier Airsoft in Calgary, Shayne, the owner is a straight shooter and will take the time to talk to you and advise you on the purchase, and will support your purchase. There are also a number of other good vendors in Alberta, but I recommend Shayne because I know him and have done business with him in the past.
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