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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year Airsoft Action brings you the widest variety of articles about all things airsoft; news, reviews, site and event reports, plus training, kit and tactical skills alongside general interest articles and competitions, from both the UK and Internationally. If it’s in airsoft, it’s in Airsoft Action - winner of the prestigious Popular Airsoft Players Choice award for "Best Airsoft Magazine - Print and Digital"

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Airsoft Action  |  September 2013  


In the September issue of Airsoft Action we review two exciting new rifles. First up is the Rapid Fire, short-barrelled M4 from well-respected RIF manufacturer G&P. M4s are nothing new – but this one still has a few tricks up its sleeve. Secondly we throw the spotlight on the Dytac URX III, the awesome replica of the rifle used by Magpul guru Chris Costa. Needless to say, this is pretty special.
We also bring you our usual array of site and event reports from across the UK… and beyond, in the case of Operation Crossbow, an event held in Spain by Stirling Airsoft. Beyond that we have FilmSim – ‘Nam style – from Gunman Airsoft, and reviews of the new First & Only site in Manchester, along with OTT Adventures in North Wales and UCZ’s The Bunker down in south-west England.
In terms of features, ophthalmic optician Andy Bourne explains the risks of eye injury on the skirmish field, Kris Roberts looks at airsoft sniping for beginners, and we bring you the second part of our behind-the-scenes trip to Denmark’s ASG.
For all this and more – including Cold War Warrior, skills advice, and our reader debate – check out the September 2013 issue of Airsoft Action now.
Airsoft Action is the UK's Number One Airsoft Magazine, with more content, more gun reviews, more site reports... more of everything that makes Airsoft so great - and we have recently been voted "The Best Airsoft Magazine" in the well-respected Popular Airsoft Players' Choice Awards!

All our 30+ Contributors are either regular players and/or are experts in their subject, such as "Sniper One", Dan Mills and Military Historian, Will Fowler, along with others from both the UK and around the World.

Airsoft Action doesn't just concentrate of a single genre of airsoft, we believe that if it is in airsoft, then it should be in Airsoft Action. This is why you will find reports and coverage of the many, many different types of airsoft, such as MilSim, FilmSim, airsoft skirmishing, Post-Apocalyptic, Zombie, WW1, WW2, Vietnam and one of the fastest-growing shooting sports today, IPSC Action Air. Airsoft Action is the only publication to have dedicated space and coverage to Action Air in the UK and in recognition of this, has recently been appointed as the exclusive UK Media Supporter of the 2018 Action Air World Shoot, to be held in Hong Kong.

Airsoft Action is also proud to support the Special Forces charity, Pilgrim Bandits, whose motto is "Always a little further".
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Airsoft Action   |   September 2013   


In the September issue of Airsoft Action we review two exciting new rifles. First up is the Rapid Fire, short-barrelled M4 from well-respected RIF manufacturer G&P. M4s are nothing new – but this one still has a few tricks up its sleeve. Secondly we throw the spotlight on the Dytac URX III, the awesome replica of the rifle used by Magpul guru Chris Costa. Needless to say, this is pretty special.
We also bring you our usual array of site and event reports from across the UK… and beyond, in the case of Operation Crossbow, an event held in Spain by Stirling Airsoft. Beyond that we have FilmSim – ‘Nam style – from Gunman Airsoft, and reviews of the new First & Only site in Manchester, along with OTT Adventures in North Wales and UCZ’s The Bunker down in south-west England.
In terms of features, ophthalmic optician Andy Bourne explains the risks of eye injury on the skirmish field, Kris Roberts looks at airsoft sniping for beginners, and we bring you the second part of our behind-the-scenes trip to Denmark’s ASG.
For all this and more – including Cold War Warrior, skills advice, and our reader debate – check out the September 2013 issue of Airsoft Action now.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Airsoft Action magazine print subscription.
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