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Updated on December 29, 2012

Joining an Airsoft Forum

There are many reasons why you should join an airsoft forum. For one, they give you a place to talk about your airsoft experiences, and have people respond to what you have done. You can also do the same for everyone else, and the stories that you will have the opportunity to read are always quite interesting.

More importantly, you can learn a lot of great tips from airsoft forums, and you can learn tactics that will make you a better player. Knowledge is a big part of any sport, and while it cannot replace pure skill, it can augment your abilities and make you overall better.

How to Succeed in an Airsoft Forum

So you want to join an airsoft forum, but you don't know exactly how you can distinguish yourself. After all, there are many people in all kinds of forums, and making yourself known can be somewhat difficult. Thankfully, there are some easy things you can do to make sure people respect and acknowledge you.

You should not immediately jump into starting your own threads. It is best to read other people's topics and then respond intelligently to them. If you have something positive offer, make sure to say it. By being a helpful member, people will naturally start to like you.

It is also important to private message people so you can start one-on-one relationships. This is also a good way to get more detailed information about someone's experience, or get insight that you could not have obtained otherwise.

Airsoft Blogs

Your sources of airsoft information shouldn't be limited just to forums. There are a variety of airsoft blogs out there which also have a wide variety of information. Best of all, these blogs are written by experts who have been playing airsoft for a long time, and know enough to have the confidence to start a blog. It is unlikely that just anyone would start an airsoft blog unless they were deeply involved, but you can be sure of any blog's quality by reading the posts and comments.

Speaking of comments, that interactive component allows you to ask questions directly to the writer. So if you read an article that is informative but leaves a little more to be desired, you can post your question in the comments and get a response. Unlike forums, blogs are directed by a single individual (or group of individuals) and the vast majority of content comes from that person. User-created content is found only in the comments, and those comments always revolve around a specific post. So if you want to carry more weight in your airsoft discussions, forums are the place to go.


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