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  1. thedude

    thedude Entrepreneur

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    So me and a lot of my friends play airsoft. Recently I have been learning about rebuilding, upgrading, and repairing airsoft guns.

    I think I can build a business from this. I can offer all the above services and even buy and trade airsoft guns, like buying broken guns and fixing them up with high end parts to make custom guns that sell for a lot more.

    Anybody with experience in this? What's the profit like? Are you mobile or do you work from home? How do you market? Where do you sell?
     
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  2. Corazon

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    My husband was invited to play airsoft last year. His friend was persuading him to buy the gear - gun, attire, shoes, etc. But my husband is conscious of expenses for a hobby so he declined. Now I am thinking that an airsoft gun can also be needing repairs. And since there are plenty of airsoft players, I guess that's a good business. With the customization, I can see that airsoft players love to enhance what they have, from the guns up to the attire and accessories. You just need to have a solid connection to the airsoft clubs and groups.
     
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  3. thedude

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    That's a good point. I find the biggest successful tactic of my offline business ventures has been networking. I think that's true for the online world as well. Becoming an expert and hanging around people who need your skills. Befriending a customer is a very smart move, from there word of mouth marketing increases.
     
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    Titanium56 Entrepreneur

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  6. Titanium56

    Titanium56 Entrepreneur

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    How would you like to use your knowledge on bigger guns , PCP .22 caliber to. .45 caliber ? I have company SHU PCP Air Gun Services LLC .I'm changing business
     

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