Futuretech Airsoft has been offering service, repair and customization work since early 2018 but our history goes much further back than that. Paul Goodman has been part of the airsoft community since 2008 (and in the airgun community since 1986) as a regular player. With a background as a time served toolmaker who moved into CNC programming, setting and operating and for many years worked for one of the most well respected Paintball manufacturers in the UK (yes sorry I did say paintball!). It wasn’t long before I began to find weaknesses in airsoft equipment and love to over come these. This has lead me to become a competent Airsoft Tech with the machinery and ability to make custom parts and develop my own products. I take pride in my work and will go the extra mile as my work ethic is, the jobs not done until the customer is happy.
So where did the Futuretech name come from…well personally I hate the term “tech” with reference to working on airsoft equipment and I am certainly not claiming to be the Future of airsoft teching.
It actually came about from a conversation discussing a brand I very much like, Retro Arms. That’s a pretty cool name and instantly recognizable, though when you think about the words it does suggest they make cannon or muskets so I commented that a name looking forward would perhaps better describe their product….and Futuretech for Future technologies was suggested and stuck