VIGILANTE AIRSOFT – SOCAL TEAM
Meet Vigilante Airsoft which is a trio of High School students that are on the field when not in the classroom or doing their studies. They have been playing for the last several years and their main goal is not not build a team and dominate the fields like others try to do but to have fun and spread the good vibes while on the field. The driving goal for the guys is to really build the Airsoft community and make it more than a group of friends you hang out on the weekend but a family that you can count on and trust which has faded a little in today’s world of Airsoft. Your gun goes down and you need to borrow to continue in the day? They want that to be an option and not having to worry about their rifle vanishing. This is a great goal for the community and it will spread once the word gets out.
Other players first is the way to go for Vigilante Airsoft. This means they actually care about the new Airsoft players on the field either with a brand new setup from Christmas or a Rental. These new players are our future of the sport we all love. Being the buddy and friend on the field to welcome the new players is what they are all about. They also multiply their friendly powers when they are the field with CQB Russian which is known for helping younger players and helping the Airsoft Community whenever he can.
Having fun on the field and helping the new players become better and have he same great traits from gameplay to character building. With this planned out future they hope to grow their family and have the new family members run the show if needed and keep the cycle going. This reminds me of a family restaurant that keeps on going and it always full of happy customers unlike the nearby fast food place.
Check out their recent video to see what they are all about and to learn more about them. Spread the word about the team and what they are trying to do. Join up with them on the field and you will have a great time.
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Written by Brian Holt