Originally Posted by Metalsynth
I dont get this topic.
Airsoft is based on the fact that they look like the real deal.
What is there to proove about handling them in a respectable fashion with these pics?
You point at a guy with something that remotely looks like a gun in public and you'll reap what you sow.
What more is there to understand?
The father only understands the stuff in Walmart and CT. He doesn't understand that the Tokyo Marui his son wants isn't the same thing. Dad is ready to buy it for his son because that's what his son wants to go play with his friends.
I've tried explaining they are 1:1 copies of the real firearms and that some even have the same markings as the real thing. He just doesn't seem to grasp that.