I agree and fully support that honour and respect are key in this sport, hell, its one of the many reasons I started into airsoft in the first place lol. It is the duty of all players veteran and otherwise to educate and remind new comers to airsoft that this will make or break you here. We all have our own reasons and our preferred level and style of play here, I respect that and if it makes you enjoy yourself doing it by all means have at it, but if you can't grasp the importance of the very core values of what the sport is all about (honour and respect) then this isn't for you. Open communication I find is key in helping other players along. Whether they take your advice or not is up to them. At the end of the day, respect others and yourself and honour the game, I don't think it's too much to ask.
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