Airsoft Riflemen Advanced/sub-classes

 Its me again, and I am going to tell you about a couple of advanced and sub-classes of the riflemen.

P.S. If you don't like this 'ible please DO NOT comment, unless its friendly improvment

P.S.S. Yes I do play MW2

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Step 1: The Basics (Skip If You've Seen My Basic Class Guide)

 If you havent seen my basic riflemen class guide dont worry here it is, 

Rifleman, the most common role of airsoft and the work horse of standard airsoft. It isn't uncommon to find entire squads of them, well with one person acting as the leader.

Weapons Type: Electric, some spring Kind of gun: Assault Rifles, Rifles, Big SMG's ae: UMP 45, P90

Optional Weapons: Grenades, Under barrel grenade launcher, red dot sight, and other attachments, Pistol (Recomended)
Clothing I judge clothing in three levels: Beginner, Into It, and
Pro Beginner: Darker street clothing Into It: Camo, a equitment belt with ammo pouch or thin to hold 2-3 low or mid cap clips or 1-2 High cap clips, and a holster for your not required but recommended pistol Pro: Every thin that "into it" has but time six, like face paint and stuff like that, helms and stuff thats close to the real deal

Step 2: Subclass: Grenadier

In the basics I left a lot of the equipment optional for this class like grenades, grenade launchers, and stuff like that.

Weapons: Assault Rifle, Some kind of grenade x2-3  or under barrel grenade launcher, or grenade launcher. 

Clothing- See basic and something to hold your extra equipment 

Step 3: Advanced Riflemen

What separates this class from other riflemen is attachments, like scopes, heartbeat sensors, silencers/ supressors, and things like that. They are also geared toward toward 3 kinds of things:

Range- Accurate, and long range but not equal to that of a sniper usualy has scopes and possibly a tight-bore barrel.
Stealth- uses silencers or surpressors, it needs to be quiet. I havent seen many but on Redwolf airsoft I saw a heartbeat censor, that would be pretty macho. 
Grenadier- As I previously stated. ( See step 2)   

Step 4: Ranged Riflemen/ Accuacy

Range- Accurate, and medium range but not equal to that of a sniper usualy has optics like red dot and possibly a tight-bore barrel. Semi and Burst firing modes are good for this class. (Yes I do understand that tight bore barrels only ups the FPS) 

acknowledgements- Chopstx

Step 5: Stealth Riflemen

Stealth- uses silencers or surpressors, it needs to be quiet. I havent seen many but on Redwolf airsoft I saw a heartbeat censor, that would be pretty macho. Any firing mode is ok as long as it is some what quiet, I am going to make an 'ible on how to surpress a spring pistol.

Step 6: Ok, Till Next 'Ible

 If you have any Ideas I will sight you just speak up, thanks- Fedex202

P.S. Remember don't be a hater, if you have nothing nice to say don't say any thing.

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    42 Discussions


    8 years ago on Step 5

    airsoft suppressors dont suppress buuuutttttt there are some quieter aegs. g36's are somewhat quiet and so is the xm8

    1 reply

    Reply 5 years ago on Step 5

    silencers do suppress the noise an aeg makes. However you have to have a properly shimmed gearbox, and you have to make sure youre motor is tight against the gearbox
    only then will you see a difference in sound.also sometime you wont hear the difference that a silencer makes unless you are a good distance from it. a good way to test this is to have a friend hide behind 3 or 4 different pieces of cover have him fire the weapon and then try to geuss wich cover he is behind it is usually easyer to spot him when the silencer is off because the pitch is different.


    7 years ago on Step 4

    Tight bore barrels also add accuracy. There is a noticeable difference between tight bores and.. Well I dunno what you'd call the ones that aren't.


    8 years ago on Step 3

    I have several issues with this. To start, they do not produce foam filled silencers as they are blatantly illegal in the U.S. You can take a hollow one and fill it with foam at your own discretion, but you won't be able to purchase one. On top of that, they won't do anything to silence your airsoft gun because in an AEG, most of the noise comes from the gearbox, and in a GBB/R, most of the noise is coming from the bolt cycling. There's no carbon fowling or air pressure great enough to make noise, coming out of the muzzle of an airsoft gun, so it's completely useless anyway.

    The item you saw on Redwolf was not a heartbeat sensor, but a motion sensor based on the coordinates of other units used by people on the field. Not all COD items have a direct parallel in real life, and if you want to learn more about this stuff, there's a lot of resources out there on the net. You should try MIA - Michigan Airsoft - which is a forum where there is a plethora of information available. Spending some more time on the net might set some of the inaccuracies on this straight.

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    What makes you think that other countries don't airsoft? America isn't the only place in the world to produce airsoft guns and accessories.

    You sir are right about everything. I have spent much time on forums, In fact MIA is my local forum as it turns out, I also spent time on Airsoft Society, and over the many last months I have realized the error of my ways. I quit Cod-Softing, I actually got out to play legitimate games. I realized what actually worked and what didn't. I also looked back into the Heart beat sensor, You were completely right. The Silencer, your right, but I have one thing to say relating to that, I have a Non-Blowback Co2 pistol I have been working with, on a silencer infact, though still in its infancy I have made it significantly quieter, I will probably make some way of showing it via this site, but no matter now. Thank you. So much you have evolved me from Cod-Softer to an informed member of the airsoft community.

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    Reply 7 years ago on Step 2

    Standin' around like a bloody idiot!

    ...Just like Christmas morning...


    8 years ago on Step 4

    Ummm.....i dont really remember giving any hints or advice on this page....Are you sure it was me?

    2 replies

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 4

    Yes it was you because you said to change it from me comparing it directly to a sniper instead change to a medium DMR like class.


    8 years ago on Step 6

    not hating, just get your facts straight and play airsoft more


    8 years ago on Step 4

    tightbore make the gun more accurate. im well enough ex. to know.


    8 years ago on Step 3

    advanced riflemen? about designated marksmen. an m16a4 is perfect and so is an m14...btw this guide is inaccurate out the wazzoo


    9 years ago on Step 3

    No there are some silencers/surpresors that actually silence airsoft guns, but other than those your right.

    1 reply

    As far as I know, only Element made foam filled silencers, which I ordered and received yesterday. It does make a slightly noticeable difference while firing yourself. You have to be the target to notice the real difference.