Originally Posted by L473ncy
You know how you buy clothing from Wallyworld or Target, what's the difference between that and going to MEC, Coast Mountain, Patagonia, ArcTeryx, etc.
tl;dr They're usually poor quality CT shit. Fine for some people but not so much for others. "Cansoft" on the other hand actually is good quality shit (if the body doesn't break), and I think it's mostly to do with the material it needs to be made of to get the smoked colour.
Haha, I think that's the worst "tl;dr" usage I've seen to date. The "summary" portion is way longer than the rest of the explanation.
Good on you, sir!
In all honesty, clearsoft can be a lot of fun, it's just not this website is here to discuss. I would class it somewhere between realistic looking bb/pellet guns and elastic or nerf guns.
Fun is to be had, but this forum/site is generally more interested in the LARPing, paintball-esque or training dimensions presented by realistic portrayals of real firearms, rather than all forms of 6mm plastic dispensing. The term "clearsoft" is to distinguish that product mentality from "airsoft", which while very diverse in its scope, refers to a more invested endeavor.
As such, you're not likely to find much place to discuss Crossman's most recent releases.