In the latest video episode of Airsoft Medicine, Dr. Airsoft reviews the Surefire Sonic Defender ear plugs. Apart from protecting your ears from extremely loud sounds such as pyros exploding during airsoft games, these earplugs also protect your ear from stray bbs entering your ear accidentally. Off the field, you can use it to protect yourself Rangemaster Larry whilst he plays with his drums.
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Airsoft Medicine with Dr. Airsoft with their latest eye protection for airsoft review… "Revison Military's Bullet Ant goggles provide the airsoft bb protection of Revision Military eyewear in a lighter form. Although they can survive direct hit, they can allow bb's to pass through the seal if a bb hits in the right place. See other Airsoft Medicine vdeos for more information on airsoft safety and protection."
The latest video presentation from Airsoft Medicine… "Rangemaster Larry of Airsoft Medicine demonstrates how you can safely and easily adjust the muzzle velocity (feet per second) on the G&G Armament F2000 airsoft gun distributed by Cybergun. It can be adjust to fire anywhere from 300 fps up to near 380 fps with the turn of a screw which adjusts the tension of the spring guide. This is a very versatile and ergonomic AEG rifle.
This is a rare one that’s made by any airsoft news and reviews website as Dr. Airsoft has taken time to interview and translate the answers of Jackie Pong, the CEO of Classic Army. We could’ve wished for some subtext below (already done), but heck, we might be asking too much for such a great effort made by the Airsoft Medicine team to gives us this video interview.
You know “Top Tech Brian” from Echo 1 USA’s YouTube Videos. Now, Brian Holt gives Thumpy the walk through tour of the JAG Precision booth at SHOT Show 2011, and shows off their BIG ANNOUNCEMENTS for Airsofters. You can catch ALL the videos from great Airsoft Media Folks, like the guys from AIRSOFTOLOGY, AIRSOFT PACIFIC, […]
MORE of THUMPY’S AIRSOFT NEWS, AS SHOT SHOW 2011 is winding down to a HUGE FINISH! Thumpy’s SHOT Show Excellent Adventure sponsored by Big Boy Toys! OK, Airsofters of the World, the 50th Anniversary SHOT Show 2011 is winding down, but the announcements, the new products and the interviews are still coming on STRONG! Spotted at […]
The latest from Dr. Airsoft as he reviews a new mask that can be used in airsoft… "Dr. Airsoft posted a video review of the Eye Tactical CM 110 mask, goggles, and helmet protection system made origianlly for simunitions and now modified for airsoft. This is the first single mask and goggles combination product to effectively protect against any bb penetration since Dr. Airsoft started testing. See the video at www.airsoftmedicine.com or watch below:
Ouch! Dr. Airsoft makes himself the guinea pig as he tests the Damascus Protective Gear Nitro Glove. The finger got swollen and fortunately not the finger he uses on patients (what does he use? Hehe). He makes some comparison with the Oakley version and gives out tips on how to select the glove that’s best for you.
Always checkout his website to watch videos for airsoft safety that you’ve missed.
The latest review of protective gear from Dr. Airsoft. He tests the Oakley SI Tactical FR Gloves which are popular among airsoft players. He tested at the knuckle protectors with an airsoft rifle at 295.8fps and they do the job. While he questions the practicality of the gloves for airsoft since it’s hard to pick-up bbs or load an airsoft magazine with it, we think he’s just nitpicking to find some fault with it. We usually remove our gloves while picking up bbs or use speed loaders and bb bottles to fill up our magazines.
Other than that, the gloves do protect your hands, especially the knuckles and finger join areas. If you have been hit on those areas when not wearing gloves with no reinforced areas, you know that they really hurt a lot and the pain stay longer than the usual BB welt or mark.
Watch the video below and finally, it’s hi-definition. We hope he tests some of knee and elbow pads that we use and how effective they are.