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Old July 25th, 2008, 19:48   #1
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Airsoft indoors

Having trouble recording loud sounds, bangs of your airsoft? Or a grenade you made?
Record it in a garage lol, the echoes make it sound so great.
http://momupload.com/files/102576/vid.wmv.html
There is a youtube version, but the sound is horrible, don't recommend it.
YouTube - Indoor tokyo marui mp5a5 shooting
Also this is the apartment's garage, if i could make people get their cars out, it would be a perfect airsoft zone lol.
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Old July 25th, 2008, 20:24   #2
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I'm not quite sure what the topic of your thread is or what your point is but you shouldn't be doing that in a garage. It's sounds pretty freakin intimidating from the video and I can only imagine what some lady would think when she heard and saw you shoot in there, do you realy want to risk that?
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Old July 25th, 2008, 20:43   #3
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Ah, it's a private garage, everyone knowns each other in this building, and the place has only one entrance so it's impossible for someone to enter there without opening the door that was right behind me, car entrance warns an incoming vehicle with lights and sounds in case someone is behind the garage door. And the apartment's attendant knew i was recording this. The place is also somewhat soundproof, because there is an electric generator in a closed room, and doors were sealed to avoid the engine to be heard.
It's actually the safest place here to try out an airsoft.
I'm just saying, shooting in a place with a well echo is really fun and can be used to compensate the bass loss of recordings (like only the motor of the airsoft can be heard, while it goes bang in real life)
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Old July 25th, 2008, 21:05   #4
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Well even if every one knows every one and they are fine with that, the pellets still can cause damage to cars. I was shooting my crossman SPRINGER with 0.12g BBs (don't ask, came with it so was wasting them) @170-ish fps (avertised on the package) and it left dents in metal on the window that, atleast in my opinion, is as thick as some parts of the car. Even if they don't leave dents they can do paint chippings and those are well... they're freakin annoying.

Final words: be carefull, still I'd like to say it's a bad idea, recochetting BBs can still cause damage, even minor.
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Old July 25th, 2008, 21:15   #5
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Hmm i should test if bbs cause any damage to car paint, if only we didn't sell that junk toyota lol
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Old July 25th, 2008, 21:20   #6
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Note that it might be tough to chip paint from a new car with the BBs if the coats are good but once a car starts to chip and rust the layers become very-extremely britle so if you DO test it out and it doesn't work on surface A, it doesn't mean it wont work on surface B. Just an FYI.
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