So the GBAinc notes were posted and I gave them a read. It’s an interesting read outlining some rather real pickles we are facing as consumers of gelSoft.
Anyway, I’m big on not using the G-word when referring to blasters and I’m pretty scathing of media that deliberately uses the word in connection with gelSoft.
I do this because blasters are not g*ns. It’s that simple.
GelSoft very similar to it’s AS cousin though with many interchange parts, tech videos and other things. Some. Things and bits, not compatible.
GBAinc notes record a concerted effort to remove Airsoft from all materials, advertising and the consumer experience. There is a legal and compliance basis for this which I generally support.
But here’s where I want your opinion. Do we extend that censorship to the materials, tech videos, chatrooms et al where individuals trade knowledge?
Spoiler alert: I say no. I have learnt allot about my blaster from.watching AS technicians. Why would I want to limit my access to educational and technical resources?