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When snipers hide this well, how are you supposed to beat them?
Lucky for you, we don’t just know how to snipe, we can counter-snipe too. In this blog, we’ll show you how to spot a sniper and walk you through how you can beat the silent assassin of the airsoft battlefield.
Airsoft night ops add a totally new dimension to gameplay. While already a test of teamwork, tactics and skill, airsofting at night demands much higher discipline in all these areas. Sneaking through the darkness in search of your opponents tests nerves as well as tactics. So, to keep you on the winning side, here are some tips for airsoft night ops. Read more
Whether you’re playing in woods, scrubland or urban areas, camouflage gives you the edge on the competition. There’s no replacing the element of surprise and your opponents can’t hit what they can’t see. But which camo is best? And how can you best maximise your camo advantage? Find out right here…
Feet per second (FPS) is important to many airsoft players. It measures the muzzle velocity, or the speed your BBs travel when you fire your airsoft gun. A decent rate of fire can make the difference between victory and defeat, so it’s essential to know what exactly how fast you’re firing. Read more
Rules of engagement vary from site to site. For the sake of the safety and enjoyment of every person on the airsofting site, it’s important that you read and understand the rules of engagement. Here are some of the more common rules you’re likely to come across in the UK.
Congratulations, you’ve decided to start airsofting. Welcome to the squad! But where do you start when it comes to kit? Read more
You can’t hit the enemy if you can’t see them. That’s why your vision is so important when it comes to airsoft. To protect your eyes from bbs, smoke and other environmental hazards, we stock a huge range of protection options to keep you safe and active during your next skirmish. Read more
Nothing ruins a camper’s day more than a grenade. And when it comes to CQB, why run into a room like a fool, when a grenade can go in first? These versatile tools are essential to many skirmishes, and in today’s blog, we’ll break down some of the preferred means of deploying your explosive ordnance. Read more
As most Sniper rifle users have established, there’s nothing better than buying a few upgrade parts to improve the performance of their sniper, whether it is a VSR, M24 or L96, there is always more work to be done.
We all love a good chuckle at the patches we see online, but now we have a great selection for you right at your fingertips. With over 150 on our website and more added daily, we’re certain you’ll find something to put on the front of your admin panel to jazz up your kit a bit more.
A full Proball heavyweight restock is imminent! Ideal for all sniper and Gas blowback rifle users out there. We are getting a restock of all weights available including 0.28, 0.30, 0.32, 0.36, 0.38, 0.40, 0.43 and the new 0.45 weights!
MK23 custom delivery arrived loads of cool custom parts all made in Spain including restock of the VSR piston rings! fully made in Spain from the best materials.
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Section 2 Composition/Information on Ingredients
A blend of hydrocarbons consisting primarily of propane, iso butane and n-butane.
Section 3 Hazards Identification
F+ Extremely flammable liquefied gas that readily forms explosive air-vapour mixtures
Eyes Eye contact with liquid product or gas may cause frostbite
Skin Skin contact with liquid product may cause frostbite (cold burns).
Inhalation Inhalation may cause irritation to the nose and throat, headache,
nausea, vomiting dizziness, euphoria, drowsiness. In poorly
ventilated or confined spaces unconsciousness and asphyxiation
Section 4 First Aid Measures
Eyes Flush with plenty of water for a minimum of 15 minutes. Hold eyelids
Skin In case of cold burns, immediately place affected area in tepid to
Inhalation Remove to fresh air. Give oxygen or artificial respiration if needed.
Other Requirements Severe inhalation over exposure to this product may sensitise the
heart to catecholamine induced arrhythmias. Do not administer catecholamines to an over
Section 5 Fire Fighting Measures
Flammability Extremely flammable
Extinguishing Medium Dry powder fire extinguishers
Special Fire Fighting Procedures Beware of vapour accumulating to form explosive
Products of Combustion None known.
open while flushing to rinse the entire surface of eye and lids with
water. Get medical attention.
warm water and keep immersed until circulation returns.
Get immediate medical attention.
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Brut Sniper Gas
Section 6 Accidental Release Measures
Personal Precautions Evacuate personnel to a safe area. Ensure adequate ventilation.
Environmental Precautions Disperse vapour clouds with water spray.
Decontamination Procedures Evaporates.
Section 7 Storage and Handling
Wear personal protective equipment.
Keep containers tightly closed.
Store in dry, cool well ventilated conditions protected from frost and
Store in original containers
This product is unstenched and therefore leakage cannot be
detected by smell.
Section 8 Exposure Control & Personal Protection
Exposure Limits Standard LT Exp ST Exp
Butane EH40 600ppm 750
Liquified Petroleum Gas 1000ppm 1250
Eyes Wear safety glasses when handling this product.
Skin Wear suitable gloves and long sleeves to cover exposed skin.
Inhalation Ensure area is well ventilated.
Industrial Hygiene Adopt good working practices and personal hygiene standards.
Wash hands after use, before eating, drinking or smoking, and before
and after the toilet. Contaminated clothing should be laundered
Section 9 Physical and Chemical Properties
Physical state liquified gas
Odour odour less
Boiling point (oC) -42
Melting Point (oC) -101
Flash point (oC) -74oC to 104oC
Autoignition Temp (oC) 550oC
Flammability Limits Upper % 1.8% in air
Vapour Pressure 25oC 8.6 bar
Specific gravity of vapour @ 15oC (air=1.0) 1.59
Solubility in water insoluble
Other data Please note these properties do not constitute a specification
Section 10 Stability & Reactivity
Stability Can form explosive mixture with air
Conditions to Avoid Do not mix with chlorine.
Materials to Avoid Alkali metals, strong oxidising agents, peroxide, plastics
Hazardous Decomposition Products Carbon Dioxide, carbon monoxide if deficient in
Section 11 Toxicological Information
Eyes not applicable, product is a gas
Lower % 10.0
Abbey Supply Company Ltd
Brut Sniper Gas
Skin not applicable, product is a gas
Inhalation Not determined
Ingestion not applicable, product is a gas
Carcinogencity Not a known carcinogen
Mutagenicity Not a known mutagen
Tetratogenicity No known behaviour
Section 12 Ecological Information
Environmental Assessment No known ecological damage caused by this product. It must
Section 13 Disposal considerations
Place used and contaminated materials/packaging in suitable containers. Dispose of using a
licensed waste disposal company (Environmental Protection Act 1990 – section 34(7)) and/or
in accordance with local regulations.
Section 14 Transport Information
UN No. 1950
Proper Shipping Name Aerosols, flammable
Packaging Group N/a.
Marine Pollutant No
ADR/RID Class 2
IMO Class 2 P. Instr. P003
IATA Class 2.1 P. Instr. 203
Section 15 Regulatory Information
Dangerous Properties Flammable gas
Label for Supply 2.1 Extremely Flammable
Risk Phrases R12 Extremely flammable
Safety Phrases S2 Keep out of the reach of children
be used and disposed of as recommended in this data sheet.
S16 Keep away from sources of ignition – No smoking
S20/21 When using this aerosol do not eat, drink or smoke
S23 Do not breathe spray
S24/25 Avoid contact with skin and eyes
S46 If swallowed seek medical advice immediately and show
Section 16 Other Information
Other materials should not be added to this product unless recommended.
If you have purchased this product for supply, to a third party, for use at work it is your duty to
take all necessary steps to ensure that any person handling or using the product is provided
with the information within this sheet.
If you are an employer, it is your duty to tell your employees and others, that maybe affected
by the hazards described in this sheet, of any precautions that should be taken.
Legislation and other sources have been used in the compilation of this safety data sheet.
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Issue Date 29/06/15 Revision 2