Japanese Airsoft Gun Exports Expand at Airsoft Atlanta Company
Airsoft Atlanta increases product imports from Japan with the new lower Yen currency valuations. American airsoft consumers now pay less for high quality Japanese parts and gun imports.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 31, 2013
Airsoft Atlanta, a leading southeast airsoft company, is expanding its vast product selection with more Japanese gun imports this summer. Japan has some of the best manufacturers of high quality airsoft products in the world, but suffered recently with its exports due to a highly valued Japanese Yen price. The Yen has been dropping in value recently, which is causing its countries exports to rise rapidly. With lower prices of Japanese imported goods, US consumers of airsoft are enjoying the new lower cost as well.
Products from companies such as Tokyo Marui, are now available at lower prices in the US and Hong Kong markets. Airsoft Atlanta is expanding its selection of Tokyo Marui products, especially its quality hand built airsoft electric guns, in the USA. New toy models, electric guns, and spring powered sniper rifles are all being imported for US players. Airsoft Atlanta is now stocking the entire selection of VSR-10 rifles.
Japan is also a major producer of high quality upgrade airsoft parts from wholesale company that makes Prometheus, Laylax, and Nine Ball. Airsoft Atlanta has the largest inventory of Japanese upgrade rifle parts from Japan. With the new lower Yen price, Airsoft Atlanta is now expanding its parts collection available to end users.
Airsoft Atlanta is a highly experienced pro-shop company that offers airsoft guns and ammunition to government agencies and consumer players of the sport. Their website offers a selection of guns and expertise that is perfect for any budget. Attention and care are given to all orders and recommendations based on past experiences for airsoft usage. Airsoft Atlanta is the leader in online airsoft sales, with a large showroom in Georgia, and a website specializing in airsoft parts, airsoft guns, and tactical gear.
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