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Art of the Precision Airsoft Rifle and the Art of the Airsoft Sniper.
What to you feel is the key to the art of a precise airsoft sniper rifle and a sucessful airsoft sniper.
Is it all your upgrades? Is it the BBs you use? Is it external upgrades such as scopes and bipods? Is it DIY upgrades that can be a cheap and effective solution? Is it your camoflage that allows you to blend into your surroundings? Or does it come down to the players skill and wits to be a sucessful sniper?

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Wasn't there a thread on this just recently? Pretty much everyone said the most important aspect of an airsoft sniper is tactics/skill. Think of it as woodworking. While the power tools speed things along, there is always a way to do it by hand. In airsoft sniping, while the slightly longer range does help you out, it is possible to snipe using those cheap clear spring pistols.
 

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The key to the art myself would have to say 85% of sniping comes down to the sniper himself. (skill,tactics,etc.) You can have a fully upgraded gun with someone who can't stay on their target, can't make the right calls, get bored easily, dresses in blue jeans -lolll snipe horribly and then have someone who practices daily with their stock bar-10 nightly shooting at snuff cans/beer cans at 200 feet making it look easy. Camo plays a huge role in blending with ur surrounding, but a true sniper can use his natural surroundings if need be.

1) bipod = a fallen tree, a spotters shoulder
2)upgrades = nice to have for distance and help accuracy
3)scope = i feel is important as it helps identify your target better than the naked eye
4) rifle = be one with what you have - master it!
 

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1) bipod = a fallen tree, a spotters shoulder
2)upgrades = nice to have for distance and help accuracy
3)scope = i feel is important as it helps identify your target better than the naked eye
4) rifle = be one with what you have - master it!
Scope = identifies where your bb's travel better than with the naked eye. There's really no other point in using a scope above 1.5-2x power under 100 yards. I've found out that I'm more accurate with a scope though because I can see exactly where my bb's are going and make precise adjustments.
 
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