Unrustle_Thine_Jimmies

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  • Birthday 04/06/98

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    Marui Gspec
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    underfunded eastern european military
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    Bellurgan Park
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    Ireland
  1. There's that Korean Made M4 , GBLS DAS or something, that breaks the norm but it essentially seems to be an automated VSR/ sniper rifle scaled down. BO MTO and the Real sword analog to that seem to be vaporware.
  2. That looks pretty trick. Pretty much pre upgraded compression/ trigger parts and lots of steel. Kinda like the A&K M24. Copy of the PDi unit is cute but sadly they suck. Shame it isn't compatible with standard parts(especially hopup) but cool non the less Nice to see companies coming out with good stuff and not just cloning marui pot metal
  3. Might just be the placebo effect but holy fuck this little thing is good. Noticably better and consistant hop. Getting much flatter trajectory. http://imgur.com/MzvM6dZ Hop up is stock with antiflex plate mod and pdi-w hold. 15 euro shipped,purchased direct from AirsoftPro.cz. shipping took about 10 business days to ireland. Upgrades like this are always nice. Good to get you stoked for the next outing.
  4. Depending on the situation I'd either follow the pack and help out with spotting and directing fire for someone with an LMG, flank around with some other or go around for a probing attack before the main train arrives. When defending just dig in and spam as much fire as I can before bugging out either to higher ground or with the rest of the group. I find it's decently fun. You get used to it in time. I find it helps in skills with playing in general. I've made this analogy before- It's kinda like riding a hard tail mtb before you get a full suspension yoke. You get used to making up your lack of suspension/rate of fire and when you grab an AEG again it's balls out shredding lad I go between waves of wanting an AEG and enjoying my time with a springer. Skint af so will have to stick with me springers and hardtails for some time now!
  5. The local had helicopters https://youtu.be/mgKEYa1e9fg?t=3m53s Dunno if Khatanga Conflict (The next big summer series,starts on the 20th) will feature helos. Otherwise it's just hiluxes and players can bring their own vehicles. One particular example being an awd toyota previa with an MG mount
  6. Comms upgrade for the big game in August )) Baofeng UV82 and UV-5R 2000UAH / 58 British Pesos from a local distributor,QC'd and pre programmed. Not too bad I hope.
  7. RIP KLMK Onesie 2012-2016 The trouser part was torn to shit and too small for me. Had to do a good amount of stitching at the bum flap and the torn back pocket. Also added velcro instead of using the shitty buttons. Done this ages ago but just dug it out of the closet.
  8. Operation Chendeka Crisis at Bellurgan park. I am still alive and playing )) Just less chairsofting. Hopefully I will have enough money to switch things up with an RPK-74 for the next big sim in August. Just as I ambush a group of lads from behind in an open field. I got my sh*t pushed in by an MG gunner right after this was taken. ^^ Props to the photographer for capturing my wide variety of firing positions )))
  9. Doing my test mid-January,but since my provisional is still valid that gives plenty of excuse to be chauffeur for ma. Driving a 1998 Volkswagen Sharan MPV. Old school diesel,400,000km on the clock. Autotragic which is a shame since the engine has a fair bit of go. Plenty of room for airsoft kit and mountain bikes ))) If I have to get a first car I'd deffo like a small panel van,Like a VW caddy or something. Insurance is cheaper and I need space. I also refuse to be forced to drive a small french death trap. My brother's first car was a standard Clio and it was terrifying to be in. And I've driven/been in Ladas and a fucking Zaporozhets! http://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s--HyBBNjA6--/18s06l4wjb71ajpg.jpg
  10. Yep,had the idea to do it from the asf but never bothered since my mags always dropped out nicely. Now they don't due to wear I guess. If I had the time,patience and a non blunt drill bit,I would deffo recommend drilling and looping paracord. I had to melt the nylon lace ends to a 'plastic' form,then lightly sand the mag indent to actually bond it properly because otherwise it came off with a little bit of force.
  11. Some nylon shoelace for like 50c. Made some mag pulls because I found myself throwing my gloves off to reload too often. Used glue because drilling volatile plastic without a bench drill sounds like an awful idea to me. https://imgur.com/ILL0gDF
  12. Swedish M90 is a killer in the Summer. Italian Vegetato is also extremely effective bar the browner winter months. If you want something nobody else has,and have deep pockets,Check out Prof1Group's 'Varan' (Lizard) Camo. http://p1gtac.com/catalog/verhnyaya_odezhda_5_?color-varan-varan-camo&min=0&max=6815&orderby=1
  13. I dabbled in this mod quite a bit after digging up an old airsoftsociety thread I personally prefer using epoxy to shape the new nub as I find the pencil eraser is inefficient and can cause curving issues at long range I found it jammed up the whole gun when applying too much hop. with epoxy or some similar filling you can file it to shape similar to a Dangerwerx arm,the parabola is way better(in my experience) Of course,the inefficiency problems using a square eraser nub are only with standard buckings,a W-hold in my case,with R-hop or G-hop where pressure is applied differently the M-nub is better I've been told. Maybe I have been doing something wrong using a flat eraser bit or maybe it's because of the way the W-hold works. Every bit of performance is worthwhile and if yours works then no bother at all.
  14. I think it would be a good idea to have a VSR-10 master thread/sticky on this forum section,fair amount of sniper posts coming up nowadays.
  15. Welcome to Irish sniping I've talked with a couple of lads to reddit to update myself on what's best and it seems not much has changed. What I run is quite a budget build with a lot of DIY stuff but it can all be replaced with shelf parts. First thing's first,you will pretty much have to play at AEG ranges so be stealthy or quick . Small 3x or 4x optic is good,no point in a massive 3-9x40 like I run. Adding inertia is a good idea,as long as the gun is balanced. PDi-W hold is probably the better bucking for 1J VSR builds. I've been told the Maple leaf has the best sealing quality but is rubbish on it's own. The Laylax buckings have had spotty QC,needing material removal but are still good,though,generally people seem to like the 'split' buckings. I run .28s and .30s,the latter being the max weight for the W hold in my experience. If you want to keep the Stock chamber,you will have to do some work to the adjuster mech as it bends and causes uneven hop pressure. Very trial and error job. Consists of making thin metal spacers and sticking them around the adjuster and arm to increase rigidity. taken ages to get mine right and there's still a tiny bit of curve. Also you will need to invest in a dangerwerx Type B arm or the airsoftpro one to get the best out of the stock chamber. Right now the Action army hop chamber is very popular. If you want absolute accuracy I recommend this. Pdi chamber is a bitch to adjust and the laylax one is expensive. Good barrel always helps. PDi are the best option for Bolt actions. 6.05 bore Steel ones are good. Barrel spacers of course help,you can make them out of masking tape,no different to bought ones. An extreme mod some american lad once did is pouring wax down his outer barrel to seal in the inner. On the plus side,you can save some money since you can stick with the stock trigger mech. I'd replace the piston with one that has a steel catch like the AA or laylax one. SHS or PPS sear set is my choice. I'd chose the SHS piston sear as it's made of softer steel and is the cheapest and easiest wear part to replace. Finally,goes without saying,standard sealing jobs are an absolute must. power output has to be as consistant as possible. The cylinder is an easy job. I am getting 100% full seal using PTFE tape,Stock Marui O-ring on a Laylax piston. Cylidner polished and lightly greased,head tapered and nozzle crowned. The Action army chamber should have good seal. PTFE tape and maybe some gasket maker around the hop bucking and barrel joint is also a good option.