So are you a programmer or something? I noticed your sig has a C++ like syntax for the coffee thing.
Anyway, airsoft is a great sport to get into. It may not be everyones cup of tea but try it out and see if you like it or not. I suggest renting for a day if you're not sure then depending on how it goes if you like it then invest $x into it but if you don't then it was only a rental anyways so you've only really lost: gas money, field fee, BB cost (~$15 for a bag of 2000), rental costs. Whereas some people who jump in and buy a gun right off the bat and find they don't enjoy it as much as they thought they would have a gun that usually depreciates very rapidly (clone guns like JG, G&G, Echo1, etc. tend to depreciate more rapidly than say VFC, G&P, or TM).
m102404 pretty much summed it up for you but just thought I might add that so you're not left out of more money if you decide that the sport isn't for you.
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