Hi. In my airsoft wars, the objective is to capture the enemy fort while defending yours. This is the 101 on airsoft gear, weaponry, and equipment useful in doing so. Above, you have a picture of me duped out and ready to go.
Step 1: Overview
Overall, I carry a handful of crap suitable for my role. I'm in the light infantry (shock troopers). However, we pack a couple guns, for our tactics require fast-paced guns-blazing fighting. On top of my head is an old cowboy hat. I wear the shemagh around my head to keep out dirt, dust, and protect my face against twigs that may cause scratches as I run by trees. As far as webbing goes, I have 2 items: an old saddle bag and a younger hip bag. We'll break those down later.
On my waist is an olive-green belt that holds up my U.S.M.C. standard-issue desert pants (I got them from a friend, but you can get them from an Army surplus store). I tucked the cuffs of my pant legs into my standard-issue U.S.M.C. desert boots. You don't see them in this picture or anywhere in the instructable, but I keep an E-tool cover with an E-tool on my left hip and a canteen cover with a canteen on my right. Both are standard Marine-Corps issue.
With weaponry, you can see my two pistols, knife, main rifle, and, just below my sleeve line in my hip bag, my little auto.
Step 2: Primary
My primary rifle is a pump-action single-fire rifle that shoots metal BBs. To shoot, the gun has to be off safety, I have to load it by cocking it, pump it once or more, then its ready to fire. A little slow, but my carbine broke. I'm saving up for an automatic/semi-auto M4.
My rifle had a buttstock that made it a superb sniper. However, it broke off while my brother was using it. The rifle still maintains very good accuracy and range, it just can't shoot fast enough. It makes up for this by outranging the enemy.