Introduction: S10 Replacement Lenses for Airsoft
You've all got your S10 SAS Respirators / Gas Masks for Airsofting and they look fantastic
........ but DON'T use the standard lenses that come with them,..... They SHATTER!!!!
Step 1: Calling All Airsofters...
The Item picture shows the results of a test I did on an S10 with one lens being the original one that came with the mask and the other lens being one of mine,
I shot both lenses at POINT BLANK at 340fps (which is under most sites limit) and the standard one SHATTERED, even popping out the retaining ring, which means blood, crying, eye injury and even blind.
This is a slow motion lens test between a standard S10 and a replacement one, by my good friend Greatarrdvark.
Step 2: ESSENTIAL UPGRADE
It's time to UPGRADE to CLEAR POLYCARBONATE REPLACEMENT LENSES for your S10 SAS Respirator.
They are 2mm thick Solid, Clear Lexan Polycarbonate, handcut to fit your S10 lenses perfectly. I have tested these with an upgraded 450fp G&G; Scar-L and they had no problems.
One site Marshall tested them point blank at 500fps and they survived totally intact.
Step 3: This Is Top Secret.....
But I'm going to let you know how to get those standard S10 lenses out.
Step 4: S10 Lens Removal
Step 5: Where Do I Get My Lenses From..?
That's easy, get from me here:
S10 SAS Gas Mask Airsoft Replacement Lenses - ESSENTIAL UPGRADE TO S10 Gas Masks
Step 6: Fitting New Lenses..
Peel off clear lens film on both sides of lens before Inserting carefully into your S10 gas mask and ensure sealing ring is securely fitted.
Test the lenses are firmly in place before starting your skirmish.
Step 7: Testing New Lenses:
Now Watch This to see another fantastic video by Greataardvark
Step 8: Oooh Yeah
I do not take responsibility for any injuries caused whilst using this item, I use them in my own s10 gas mask every week and tested them point blank range to ensure safety. Please Play safe and stick to your sites rules,
Airsofting is a dangerous sport.
But soooooooo much fun ;-)
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