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. How to play Airsoft really just depends on the people that you're playing with. This community of Airsoft might have different rules than this community of Airsoft, or different game types. Most of the time, they'll be about the same. It's just good to get to know exactly how these guys play, so you can follow the rules correctly and have good sportsmanship. The good thing about playing Airsoft with teams, um. It gives you a great sense of camaraderie, a sense of belonging. And honestly, personally, when I'm working with my team, we're working together as a unit. Using the plans that we've laid out. Using our strategies that we've come up with. It feels good to implement them. And honestly, it feels good to have somebody on the end of your barrel, and call hit utilizing those strategies. In Airsoft, much like Paintball, if you get hit, you're out. Now, like I said, depending on where you play, may have different rules. And some places you go, if you get hit, you go back to the start. And that counts as a respawn. Then you come back in the game. Most places, if you get hit, you're out. You're out until the next round. Now when you get hit with a Airsoft BB, it's not gonna be like getting hit with a paintball. You're not gonna see a splotch that appears on you. If the BBs gonna bounce off of you, and disappear. It's up to you to use good sportsmanship to call your hits.