What Could Possibly Go Wrong: Covering the Orange Tip of An Airsoft Gun Edition

Here’s yet another reason why it’s a good idea to know EVERYTHING your child does online. As the parent of three teenage girls, all I can say is, good luck with that. Oh, and you might want to check your kids’ Airsoft guns RIGHT NOW.


  1. avatar 2yellowdogs says:

    My son did the same thing. He had metal Airsoft versions of a Baretta 92 and a govt. 1911. Even in the hand they’re almost indistinguishable from the real things. I repainted them myself and grounded the little bugger for a weekend.

  2. avatar Ralph says:

    In his next video, he’ll explain how to modify a length of pipe, some rubber bands, a nail and a Timney single-stage drop-in trigger kit to create the perfect zip-gun for self defense and general plinking.

  3. avatar Daryn says:

    Hah. Made me think of something. There’s a ln airsoft AR at the cheaper than dirt in McKenney TX on a maniquine that has the tip painted black. Kinda had to look twice. Thought, “that’s a funny looking AR and it’s not locked up”. Then I got a closer look. The tips painted black.

  4. avatar softair says:

    I love all combat games! Airsoft, paintball, hell, even laser tag!

  5. avatar Forrest says:

    Nothing wrong with painting the tip or replacing it with an aftermarket. Children should not be playing airsoft in yards or in neighborhoods anyways. Most airsoft fields do not require the tip, and many players will paint them because hi viz orange is not ideal for stealth.

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