I'm is Geonox and just like you, I am addicted to airsoft. Airsoft enthusiasts know me for my airsoft reviews and gameplays which are very beginner friendly packed with little tips, tricks, and explanations for any technical term to help you get into this wonderful hobby.
I love the Novritsch Airsoft replicas for how they perform right out of the box. No need for teching or technical knowledge. It's a grab-and-go. Perfect for beginners and airsoft enthusiasts who want to spend more time playing instead of working on their replica.
My absolute go-to is the SSR15 with its snappy trigger response thanks to the Gate Titan and the high torque motor. The accuracy and range are remarkable due to the perfectly selected hop-up bucking and inner barrel. If you don't know some of the terms above, then this replica is for you. It has got it all installed and ready to go. No need to tinker.
When it comes to sniper replicas my go-to is the SSG10 A1. It has got the same range and accuracy as its other SSG10 siblings but it is minimalistic, lightweight, and the best value for money of the lot. I even made mine lighter and more compact by going with the short inner and outer barrel.
When it comes to my backup, I choose the SSE18 which is an automatic electric pistol. With so many nice gas blowback replicas this might come as a surprise to some. But I choose reliability over a cool-looking and nice feeling blowback. When my primary is out of ammo I need to be able to rely on my backup 100%. And the feared cooldown effect is certainly a reliability concern when playing in cold temperatures here in Germany. And of course, I love the 90 round hi-cap mags.
However, if I play pistol only at my local CQB field I choose the SSP1. It's aggressive, it's loud, it's fun. Run it with a 300 round drum mag and a tracer unit and you will be smiling all day.
A red dot is cool but sometimes you need an optic with zoom for that extra edge. Most optics have too much zoom starting at 3x and going up to 12x. But who needs a 12x zoom in airsoft? My preferred optic is the LPVO with an adjustable zoom from 1x to 4x. I run it at 2x and occasionally bump it up to 3x if required.