Airsoft and how it's played
The comparisons are inevitable so I'll just put it out there – paintball and airsoft have a lot in common. Airsoft is generally less painful because the BBs are lighter in weight and so there's less of a zing when you get hit.
This can be an advantage since you can go home in one piece, but then again some airsoft guns shoot in excess of 400fps which CAN break the skin if you get hit. You can also Order Fully Automatic Airsoft Guns Online at Alchemy Airsoft.
But generally, you can't really be sure if you hit your adversary like in paintball so airsoft is played by the honor system. Either way in both games people try to find a way to shoot the guy on the other team to defend a position or capture a flag or some other endeavor.
Another difference is in the equipment. Paintball equipment looks menacing in its own right but airsoft is generally more accurate in looks, size, and weight than a real firearm which explains the legal restrictions in some areas.
If you invest in good safety equipment and use it, you'll live to play another day. Only watch out for biting and stinging insects. So online you have it, pick up a gun, throw in a mag, get out there and have some safe wild fun!