The Airsoftpark Tirol
The Airsoft Park Tyrol offers a total area of up to 24,000 m²
almost all airsoft game modes are available in the our area.
There are basements, wooded areas, open spaces and CQB halls.
The online shop is under construction.
But you can already shop in the local store at the Airsoftpark.
- equipment full day (inkl 1000 pcs BBs) *40
- equipment half day (inkl 500pcs BBs) *30
- * (inkl. AEG, 0,25g BB's ammunition, battery, Protective mask or Protective eye wear. exclusive Ticket)
- 2 hours 12
- 3 hours 17
- 4 hours 22
- each additional hour 5
We fill HPA and compressed air bottles of all kinds.
Whether technical air or breathing air.
price till 1l: 2€
each additional liter: 2€
The airsoft gun originated from Japan in the early 1980s. The name "Soft-Air" referred to the green gas used as a propellant. Originally designed for target shooting, their bullets could also hit humans without injury and thus became popular for casual war-games. Airsoft guns spread to the UK in the late 1980s and early 1990s with a company called LS. The guns were sold in pieces and had to be assembled before they were capable of firing pellets. Airsoft equipment was designed to closely emulate real guns. Since the mid-1980s, airsoft guns have been adapted with a purely recreational application in mind, and the sport is enjoyed by all ages.
Airsoft is a sport in which participants eliminate opponents by hitting each other with spherical non-metallic pellets launched via replica weapons called airsoft guns. Airsoft is commonly compared to paintball, with some key differences.
Unlike paintballs, airsoft pellets do not mark their target and hits are not always visibly apparent. Airsoft pellets may leave red marks or "welts" to their target however rare that might be. The airsoft relies on an honor system in which it is the ethical duty of the person who has been hit to call themselves out regardless of whether or not anyone saw it happen.
Zum Spiel statten sich die Teilnehmer zum Beispiel mit militärischen Tarnanzügen und weiterer „taktischer Ausrüstung“ wie militärischen Westen und einfachen Funkgeräten bis hin zu Nachtsichtgeräten und holographischen Visieren aus. Seit kurzer Zeit sind auch speziell für Airsoft ausgelegte Anzüge und Ausrüstungsgegenstände erhältlich. Die Ausrüstung dient einerseits der Tarnung und andererseits der Sicherheit des Spielers wie dem Schutz der Augen, der Zähne, des Gehörs und der Gelenke.
Gas-powered airsoft guns use the pneumatic potential energy stored within compressed gas to drive the shooting mechanism, and thus operate according to an entirely different design principle to spring- or electrically powered airsoft guns. The most common type seen is the gas blowback (GBB) guns. These gas guns use an internal canister (usually within the magazine) that upon trigger-pull releases the prefilled bottled gas via a series of valves to propel the pellet and generate a blowback, which simulates recoil and cyclically loads the next shot. They are capable of both automatic and semi-automatic operation.
Spring-powered airsoft guns (or "air-cocking guns" as called by Tokyo Marui) are single-shot devices that use the elastic potential energy stored within a compressed coil spring to drive a piston air pump, which is released upon trigger-pull and rapidly pressurizes the air within the pump cylinder to in turn "blow" pellets down the gun barrel. The user must recompress the spring under stress prior to each shot, typically by manually pulling back the slide (pistols), bolt handle (rifles) or forend pump (shotguns) on the weapon, which cocks and readies the gun. Because of this, spring guns are by design incapable of automatic or semi-automatic firing.
Electrically powered airsoft guns use a spring-loaded piston pump just like spring guns, but instead of manual operation they typically use portable rechargeable battery packs to power an internal electric motor, which transmit through a gearbox to compress the pump spring and propel/load the pellets in a cyclic fashion.