Reviews: i-Sniper Virtual Target System for Airsoft (Laptop, Projector and Airsoft Guns NOT included.)


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6 Customer Reviews
Model: Target-ISNIPER

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by Kris G. on 2009-01-22 08:38:34
"I was able to attached the laser and shoot with the BBs.
I use hard material from Home Depot (cover for painting) to project the games.
The laser dot and the bbs are flying in the same direction (target).
No ricochet! I love it! Fun!
by Thad D. on 2008-12-19 15:50:09
"A very nice system to have and great for training your marksmanship. One problem with this is, to use it without rounds going everywhere you have to dry fire your gun which is a major no-no in airsofting. An easy way to fix this is buy a cheap walmart gun, then you wont feel bad when the internals go to crap.
by Ad K. on 2008-09-23 22:30:47
"Recently, while at an airsoft convention, I was given the opportunity to use to this product. I have to say it is incredible. It's like playing Call of Duty or Halo, except instead of pressing a button on a control to shoot, you actually must aim and press the trigger to fire. I had a great time using it and it is a great way to train yourself with shooting guns.
by Paul R. on 2008-09-09 10:05:16
"Great Birthday Present idea!
A-m-a-z-i-n-g E-x-p-e-r-i-e-n-c-e !!!!

by Ed B. on 2008-08-29 20:28:40
I think all PC games can be played.
Item is "Must have it" !!!
by Tracy D. on 2008-08-25 01:23:38
"This system is for special purpose : Personal / Private in house training.

This is the only system that allow you to train by yourself with a realistic / heavy weight / full metal weapon / your airsoft gun.

WII / NDS games don't use realistic guns. It will not train you for anything practical.

You can literally play IPSC (where it is normally very hard to setup) at home, by yourself, without shooting anything up. For real shooters, this is priceless. Which is why the military is considering adapting to this system for training (in oppose to the traditional inside the dark room system).

As for the "dry fire issue". If you know your gearbox, switching a piston or even the entire gearbox is a very cheap $30 or so upkeep every year or so. The cost is insignificant to the potential training this system can provide you.

The amount of very practical training games you can obtain on the internet is "endless".

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