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    GearTechs first custom armour complete. Something I have been wanting to do for a couple of years. Really pleased with how it turned out.
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    Have got the hand made grip for the Desert Eagle. It was made for a real firearm so I had to spend about an hour shaving it down to fit my gun. The phrase is 'Molon Labe', which translates to "come and take them" a famous saying from the spartan king Leonidas when Xerxes told the 300 Spartans to surrender their weapons.
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    Eventually got around to finishing my AK bullpup. From this... To this... The weathering looks better to the eye than the camera, but I'm happy with the way it's turned out.
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    I've finished cutting, filing, drilling and tapping... Bits, and pretty much all the tools used to make them. Assembled. Enough space for 2200mah 11.1v lipo bricks, and the spring latch makes them easy to access. Paint next.
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    Well, I've just got back home and picking up my partner just wanted to say thanks for a great evening everyone, we raised more than I thought and I for one had a great night
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    Electrical tape is for rookies. As mentioned above, amalgamation tape is the best. (Cut & paste of an old post of mine - sorry if you've already had to endure it before...) "The amount of guys I see doing bodge safe zone repair jobs with with electrical tape, or even plain ol' sellotape is crazy. The secret is Rubber "amalgamation" tape. It's black, soft rubber in feel and it fuses to itself so there's no adhesive involved to leave a sticky mess on your gun. If you pull it really right and take your time it can look very tidy, or even a rush tape job will do the job for the rest of the day. I've used to to keep my M203 from opening by itself one day (catch became very loose mid-game) When my flashlight mount didn't arrive in time, it was perfect for fastening my torch to my gun And even made a makeshift grip on an M4 after cutting my right hand on a tree, which made it softer to hold and made do until I got home. It's magical stuff and the £4 roll isn't even half gone yet. I recommend anyone keep it in their rifle bag."
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    I'm a little biased but I love this little beauty
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    Hi all, just a heads up that I found a Motorola Radio in the field whilst playing at Phoenix Airsoft at Cuckney this weekend. It's quite distinctive, the battery was dead so may have been in the field for sometime. It's been handed into the marshal but they don't seem to post much on their facebook page ref lost and found (hopefully some one has left contact details about losing it). Anyway if you or some one you know lost one there PM me with a description and I'll let you know if its the one I found. Ta!
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    This took a while but it's finally done Here's my KWA Kriss Vector!
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    Hotel for the win 2 minutes from mall then 2 minutes to pub after then 2 minutes back to hotel to sleep before waking up getting a full english and then walking 2 minutes back to mall to play Sunday. Think my weekends covered.
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    At a quick calculation, please alter if necessary. 5 X VFC midcaps = $72.25 (based on the $17 midcaps, if you bought the $22 ones then of course total will be higher) 1 X Odin Speedloader = $39.99 1 X BB's = $10 (estimated as i don't know which ones you purchased) Delivery to UK $45.71 Total Payable = $167.95 Using Google Dollars to Pound conversion calculator; Total Payable = £131.11 (estimated of course as Google is not always upto date, UK Customs change currency conversion regularly, sometimes every hour) 20% VAT = £26 Handling Charge = £12 Total Extra = £38 Looks to be about right to be honest.
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    That's a vortex razor HD 1-6x24. RRP is $1999 so I'd say the vision king is a better option!
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    Indeed. The reason is as a quick check test to if the patient needs more plus or minus. The duochrome is not 100% accurate but we can use it as a guideline for which route the refraction needs to take. As for your pseudoquantum binary refraction theory, well, there's no harm in trying right?
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    The Beginners Guide To Airsoft Before you go off and start buying anything, the best thing to do is to go and play a few games first, that'll let let you know how you want to play and if it is something that you are sure that you want to spend money on- an believe me this is not a cheap sport, so you're better off making sure that it's something you want to commit to. YOUR GUN Now it is first important to understand that getting a specialised rifle, such as a sniper rifle is NOT a good idea as newer players often quickly become bored or annoyed at not having the adaptability of other rifles available. You're much better off starting out with a more basic rifle which you can adapt later on. This is undoubtedly the part of your kit that you want the most, and it’s important to choose the right one for you as you will be using this lot, you should take time choosing one that right for you There are many types of guns, as you should already know, but choosing a good gun to start with narrows it down a bit. Ideally you need one where you can easily get spares and upgrades very easily.Readily available magazines are also an important factor to take into account, as you won't want to be caught short. The best guns that match these criteria are: M4's G36's MP5's And AK47's. You should NOT get a GBBR (gas blow-back rifle) for your first gun as they require more maintenance and looking after than AEG's (automatic electric guns, they can also be very temperamental unless it's a well set up or high end one. Magazines are also very expensive and the cost of gas can make these expensive to run. These are guns recommended to new players. The low end, cheap recommended makes are: For M4's: classic army sportline, ICS plastic series and g&g- more specifically the combat machine range are very good. For G36's: SRC or jing gong, however JG ones are becoming harder to find nowadays. For MP5's: classic army sportline, ICS plastic or the cheaper G&G one, which from reports is a very good gun. For AK's: Classic army, G&G and Cyma all do different variants of these, the CYMA's in particular are very good for the low price. These are all good versions of each of the guns that won't hurt the wallet, they won't be up to the same standards as their more expensive counterparts, however they do contain a lot of the same parts (internally at least). If you have a larger budget, the G&G, ICS AND G&P M4's are well worth looking at. For mp5's the new ICS mxp5 pro are brilliant, as will be the G&G range. And Kwa g36's are a solid choice as are Classic army. Anything for Tokyo Marui will be a good choice, though a lot of their range has plastic externals, as opposed to metal. When you choose your gun you should also think about where you will be playing For example, if you play mainly indoors or CQB sites, you will probably benefit from a smaller shorter gun as it will be much easier to maneuver about with. Magazines You need to decide what magazines you want- low, mid or high capacity. High caps have wheels on the bottom that you have to wind before firing but you get much more rounds in them normally between 300 and 450 Mid caps have no winding, but are loaded from a speed loader and hold from 75 to around 150 rounds. And lows have no winding, but are loaded from a speed loader and generally hold from around 30-50 A high cap winding wheel Batteries should also be taken into consideration, do you want a larger one that'll last all-day but need a large place to put it or smaller ones that don't need a full stock or to be seen. Larger batteries are often put inside full, solid stock whereas the smaller types are normally kept in hand guards, allowing you to use a smaller or retractable stock- this may be beneficial to smaller players. A standard, mini type battery Your physical size maybe an issue with choosing a gun too. If you're of a smaller build, an MP5 will probably be better suited to you than a solid stock M4 for example. SNIPER RIFLES I cant stress this enough, getting a sniper rifle for your first gun isn't the most sensible idea, it greatly limits the possibilities of what you can do with your gun and means you can't adapt to different situations as well as others will be able to. This is bad for new players as sniping is slow and you need a lot of patience, it is also frustrating being able to only use single shot guns. It is common for people to get bored of them after 1 or two games before selling them and then having to pay more to get an AEG instead. That's enough for rifles for now; let's move on to pistols, and handguns PISTOLS Ok firstly it is important to note that getting a pistol as a beginner it won’t see much use unless you specifically set out to use it, you will likely be better off spending any money you have for a pistol on either A: a better rifle or B: magazines/batteries/accessories for your primary weapon. There are many makes of pistols, as well as variants and designs. Again if you are choosing a pistol you should spend time thinking about what type and model you want.They come in man shapes and sizes and so lon as you buy from a reputable brand such as Tokyo Marui or KWA, you can't go far wrong. A standard M1911, a relatively common side-arm. Tokyo Marui, are usually a very good choice when it comes to pistols. When it comes to reliability they are second to none, however expect to pay more than you would for other makes to get one. They normally have plastic slides but they are great quality and the plastic slider have a great finish. KWA's newer range of pistols are full metal and are highly regarded, if you would prefer a full metal one then checking out these is a good place to start. Ammunition The BB's you choose to use can affect the performance of your gun, and it is best to try and find the best for you and the are always conflicting arguements over which gives the most range. Firstly, NEVER, EVER USE 0.12g BB'S OR ANY WEIGHT LESS THAN 0.2G 0.2g are the lightest that you realistically want to be using and are also the cheapest to buy. However due to being lighter, they wont carry the same momentum as slightly heavier ammo. It's worth try some .2g's, .23g's and .25g's. that way you can try some of each to see which performs best in your rifle. Heavier weights will also increase the accuracy of your gun. If you have a higher than normal FPS due to having a semi locked DMR or a sniper rifle you will probably find that an even heavier weight will have a better affect on accuracy- for exaple at 425 fps i would suggest that .30g or .36g BB's would give better performance for your gun. Another thing with choosing your ammo is the make/brand. Excel, Blaster and Guarder are well known as quality BB manufacturers for decent prices. Performance I'll keep this very simple and just explain a couple of parts that change the performance. Range and accuracy are gained by a few key areas in the guns. Range, is mainly affected by the Hop-Up. This is the device that the BB's are fed through before being fired out. This provides backspin on the round and will increase the range dramatically by doing so. Accuracy can be gained by adding a new, higher quality barrel. They can be bought with different diameters and lengths to suit different guns. It can also be gained by (as said previously) using heavier ammo. Glasses, goggles and face protectors. This is the single most important piece of kit you will own, do not cheap out. They WILL save your eyes one day. We were all new once, so I understand people not wanting to fork out on expensive face protection as it can be expensive. Do not be lead down this road, you only get one pair of eyes. The safety ratings/marking you should have on the eyeware are: ANSI Z87 (US Safety rating) or EN166 (European Rating also known as BS EN 166:2002) This will show that they have been approved and safe for use. People need to understand that there are some dangers to this sport, as with any other. On a lighter note I recommend For glasses ESS ice 2.4, or 3.0 both are brilliant and not too expensive. They can be found on ebay for good prices. Masks, with plastic windows aren't very helpful, they tend to steam up and be a general pain, I suggest using the black bear mesh masks as I have seen them shrug off multiple high powered shots in quick succession and that is what a good masks should be capable of. here is a link to firesupports black bear selection Other good products are heroshark’s mesh equipment which are brilliant. Always wear your eye protection when outside of the safe zone. Your site will make it clear to you when you can take them off. Boots These are another extremely important item that should not be skimped out on, everyone has different tastes in boots etc, so I can't say the single best make. What I would do is try waking boots, anything with good ankle support and/or head to your local army surpluses store and check their stuff out. Magnum, Lowa and Oakley are all good makes, however looking at them in person will probably be best for you. Tactical vests, rigs and equipment. If you are new and just starting, the best vest for you I think will be a viper vest, they are cheap at less than £30 but will do the job until you fork out for a higher end product. I have seen many of the older players using these and I have used one myself. This is a viper vest you can get for £20-30 Combats/BDU's (battle dress uniform) Quite simple really, head to your local surplus store and pick up some DPM's (disruptive pattern material)- the older British army style which can be found very cheap, look on ebay too as there will always be some on the cheap there. If you want a specific type of camo, Google is your friend. Look on land warrior airsoft too as they have a selection of more uncommon unique camo styles on there for decent prices. These are good for teams to looks unique and as a group as most of these are not bought by most people. Most tend to buy Multicam/DPM etc. DPM ubacs (under body armour combat shirt) Another popular camo- multicam Radios Radios can be a really useful asset to a team but choosing a good one can be hard. I find that the Motorola tlkr series are good and the t5's which i believe are the cheapest at £50 for two. These are good and will be all you need. Gun Bag/Case These are quite important if you are going to be moving your gun in public. You don't want to be seen carrying guns in public, as you might have a run in with the police, which no one wants. They can be found for good prices on various sites. Viper make a few for relatively cheap too. This is all you really need for your main set of equipment. However you may want a helmet, or other things, in this case it is more or less up to you as there is probably a certain style you want. Although there are some good looking makes on fire-support. The VCRA, UKARA and Two-tones. This section will briefly cover what you need to know about the laws concerning airsoft. If you have further questions, we have a section for them here So, this will quickly run through what you need to know. You cannot buy any gun at all unless you are over 18. No exceptions. If you are over 18, you can buy a Two-tone rifle (IF-imitational firearm), which will be predominantly be painted in a bright colour. If you are over 18 AND HAVE A VALID DEFENCE you can then, and only then buy a realistic coloured gun (RIF-realistic imitational firearm) A valid defence is something that proves that you are a regular Airsofter and will allow you to buy an RIF. The easiest and most common way of doing this is by becoming a member at a UKARA registered site and being put on the UKARA database. This system is to defend retailers by showing them who is a regular player.
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    You would never hit anything wearing one of those...
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    Painting your mesh goggles white won't help, but if you paint 3 horizontal red and green lines along the strap, it does make things clearer due to the inherent psuedoquantum binary refraction which comes from light passing over 6 opposing frequency modifiers on a curved surface. It's a small improvement, but an improvement nonetheless. There's a reason why opticians show you a red square and a green square at the same time.
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    ....that is, being new to Airsoft, I keep thinking of things I need to ask or find out about. Everytime I do, I find I don't need to start a thread, there's already an answer in a post or a sticky So, thanks guys and gals, what a great site with an excellent search facility John
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    Yes....airsoft in general is an interesting talking point... "so you dress in camouflage and play with toy guns?"
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    Turning up and playing on your own isn't unusual. You don't need friends to make friends.
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    Just bought: A Gold TRMR (Shiny so I don't lose it in the dark areas of the site) 100 .209 Primers Condor OPS Chest Rig Black Condor MCR Bib Integration Kit Black Condor Drop Leg Dump Pouch (Black) Flyye 40MM Grenade Shell Pouch Molle Black - For the TRMR (Hopefully it fits.) Condor Double M4 Kangaroo Mag Pouch Black (2x) MFH Admin Pouche Molle Black Needed a new vest rig after my crossdraw vest has run its course, no longer suits my kit (no pistol pouches or grenade pouches!) and have been tempted to get a grenade for a while. Im getting more and more tempted to pre-purchase a Krytac Vector too...
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    Did the prize also deduct funds from your bank account? Because I'm sure that happens to me all the time
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    Take whatever you would take for a weekend camping. Ration packs, space food etc are all massively expensive for sleeping in a building for one night and playing a bit of Airsoft. I normally take a few bread rolls a packet of cheese/ham and a bottle of squirty mayo. Add in some nuts/biscuits for snacks and plenty of water and I'm good for a couple of days. Catterick is by no means 'hard core' milsim. You'll be sleeping in buildings and will have as much down time as you need.
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    You should try playing in the dark, even with 2 armbands on you will still get shot by your own team. And wearing coloured lights or cylumes just makes you a target.
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    New toy! Bad quality photos taken straight after a day of airsoft!
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    The grip is short, but still comfortable... A tweak to the mag catch means the mags rock in and out easily
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    Was a goodnight and was good to catch up with some people. Loved listening to some of you screaming as you were chased through the basement.
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    Oh wow my wife said I could get this as my second car and she actually just said "this is much better than a Golf isn't it" Just got it today at 12.30, going to take me to skirmishing tomorrow, while my other mustang is in the garage having some mods done to it.
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    I've known a few people who initially love their BOLT guns. Apparently the recoil kick is very hard in them, so they're really fun to use. The downside is that the kick is too hard and makes the guns shake themselves to death. Out of all the guys I know who initially loved their BOLTs, they then didn't like them and they all sold them on. It's a shame really because their MP5A5 looks super cool - I've wanted an MP5 with recoil for ages (But can't be arsed with gas).
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    Just do it. PayPal disputes force them to reply. Only if you escalate do PayPal actually review the evidence, so it works quite well.
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    Similar to ben I use different colour on different mags so I know what has been loaded, tracer or normal etc.
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    Hi guys.... An opportunity has arisen for a new purpose built site not more than a 2 minute drive from the M23 junction 10. Extremely easy to find, within very easy reach of London and the Home Counties. The site was opened as a paintball site in 2014 used for 1 game and then closed due to issues with the directors ! A large investment has been made in to the site and we would describe it as a truly VIP Airsoft site. We will be running an open day in early July and would love for you guys to join us for some hard core hybrid skirmishing and milsim. Offering free membership to Storm Tactical for those that join us on our opening day, giveaways, competitions and lots more. Facilities;- Large gravel car park Large safe zone with covered area, seating and tables. Onsite electricity, hot and cold water, lighting, shop and food. Purpose built toilet block with gents, ladies and disabled WC. ( Including baby changing facilities for the family days ! ) Lockers and Underfloor heating in the loos ! We are currently working on a dedicated camping area, wifi on site and much, much more. Game zone includes:- Trench system The Village The Jungle Multi level fort Numerous barricades, natural cover and kill zones. Currently over 40 acres and hopefully expanding to over 60 acres. Please look us up on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/stormtacticalairsoft or http://stormtactical.co.uk ( Our website will be updated shortly with full details of the new site ) We really want to hear from those that want to come and join us at the site, Old Hollow, Worth, Copthorne, West Sussex. (RH10). Tell us what you want from an airsoft site and what will keep you coming back for more. We are airsofters, for airsofters.... we believe you are our valued customers and that is the most important thing for us at Storm Tactical. Looking forward to hearing from you. Russ and Matt
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    The performance and quality of guns in the £150 to £250 range is a bit 'iffy' in terms of value (not quality) when compared with the guns in the up to £150 and the £250 to £350 price ranges, if you're willing to spend £250 on your first gun, you really really should not limit yourself to research without the guns which cost £350 and below (to £250). Some of the best airsoft guns (by reputation for manufacturer customer service(spare parts), durability and 'out of the box range and function') reside in that price bracket. Me personally, I think that a person's first AEG (with the exception of Tokyo Marui and maybe ASG) should be either not more than £150, or not less than £250 (but not more than £350 unless TM again). Furthermore, even the best airsoft guns have problems or functional issues discovered years after release (eg the krytac/spring motor drama, the Tokyo marui trademark issues, or the continuously changing battery advice and re-release of stronger parts for certain ASG guns), buying something released in the last 18 months (nuprol) for your first gun, is not advisable. I'd say get the G&G and save up to buy the best gun you can next, on other hand, no one has bad things to say about Krytac M4s, they come in a range of lengths and they're all internally the same. Don't buy an M4 in the £150-250(300) price range!
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    perhaps he got in via the security loop-hole that gives you access to all the data. next time you get in, try "drop table all; commit"
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    I think it's worth pointing out that the paint job on that rifle has probably seen 15 game days since I got it and not a single problem - as i said, this was a VERY WET day, and the paint has worn away only where my also INCREDIBLY WET glove was rubbing against the keymod rail. Taking nothing away from the quality of Chris' work, I can't imagine anyone else could have done a better job.
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    Shouldn't the greater concern here be over how the police got involved in the first place.
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    From this- To this- Then what was left over from my TM donor Desert Eagle is- It was quite surprising how little of the original gun was used. Now I need a Custom Grip which I am having made by this company; http://www.handmadegrips.com/
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    FYI, I searched for "royal mail". I can't find the really good thread. Sorry for the formatting mess I don't learned this modern social media sh*t - this was supposed to be links to threads, but it's links to comments instead. Tried to cut off at 2014.
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    Get a holosun, they'll stand up to 7.62 so your GBBR won't even make them flinch.
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    Shot, twice. It still worked, but it had shards of glass sticking out and it was a dimmer light. Definitely not their fault i got shot in it, was very surprised when they offered to replace it, as i originally contacted them asking if i could just purchase the end of the flashlight that got shot, and they said "don't worry! we'll replace it! :)" I need to get a filter or some sort of protection for it. The replacement arrived directly from NUPROL as patrol base didn't have any stock.
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    Ok, I cancelled the upgrades, and have got my 9inch Wild Hog, G&G on the way! I will try it without upgrades first.
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    The reach was too long and I didn't like the foreend.... So I threw it away and started again. I've made a new trigger box that fits up inside the rail section which is cut away. So the trigger sits much closer to the barrel and the grip can move back towards the magazine. I Hacked the grip off my previous effort to mock things up.
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    Interesting. One immediate suggestion I'd make is add the name of the source website to the search results. I searched for "VFC Avalon Saber" and got lots of results, but all from the same site, which you don't know until you click them.
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    First delivery I've actually had arrive in this year containing more than 1 thing. Mil-Spec Monkey Raw Hoodie Crye G3 Combat shirt BCM Gunfighter stocks (Standard and SOPMOD) + KeyMod cover panels G-Code Safariland RTi adapters ITS Tac swag (not pictured: loads more patches) Centurion C4 10" Pic rail G-Code chest rig bags and RTi belt mount