Hi, my name is Payton. I'm the manager of Airsoft Hero located in the historic district of Hampden in Baltimore, Maryland. And I'm Joshua Meyer. I'm the tech here at Airsoft Hero. Our store features AEGs, accessories, apparel. We also buy used guns, accessories and apparel and we also do quality tech work. Any details you can find on our website at www.airsofthero.com. And we'll be talking to you about airsoft. To find an Airsoft game, your best bet is to use local networking, plus online networking. You can go to your local Airsoft shop, find approved fields. Or you could go online using forums as the mid Atlantic Airsoft players registry, or MAAPR, for short, or airsoftretreat.com. From there, you can find threads for approved fields, or for where Airsoft teams practice. And you can get in touch with them, and link up with players that way. From the forums, you can also find big games, that, uh, that are very large events, that are hosted by some of these Airsoft companies. And they provide games where literally hundreds of people are involved. And they're modeled after real wars that have happened, like Battle of the Bulge, um, things like that. There's a lot of people that come in and play these games with a wide variety of firearms. And it's going to offer a definite challenge for anybody that goes into these events to play, whether you're experienced or not. Because you're not really gonna know what to expect. One thing you should not do, however, is go to your local park or go onto somebody's private property to play. You should always play at an approved Airsoft field, where that is the main focus.