Baz JJ

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Baz JJ last won the day on February 5

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About Baz JJ

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  • Guns
    HK 416 D14.5RS
    Mk11 Mod0 7.62mm
  • Sites
    Okto Eight Milsim
    Gunman Airsoft
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Essex/Herts
  • Interests
    Okto Eight Milsim - A Facebook community group for those who like low key milsim and military stuff. Stealth without Saluting !

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  1. Remind me nearer the time and I will test the Nagoya in mine before you buy. Bear in mind that Morion builds to order and I think his current leadtime is about two weeks.
  2. Ive got two of these retention pouches from Morion. Ive tested them with most antennas. Im sure it will firmly hold the Nagoya whip as it was designed with that in mind. It certainly holds my Sandpiper which is similar but with some ribs.
  3. Depends on what type of milsim you want to play. Some milskirm "lite" games are just green vs tan and there is rarely weapon types specified. If you want to venture into proper milsims, the loadouts are a lot more specific. Green and DPM are usually used more for other forces rather than Russians, so there is usually flexibility. The Okto Eight games for example had a nationalist army faction which used semi DPM and had both western and eastern weapons, so M4 would have been okay in that example. All organisers are different though. The best way forward is to research where you want to play and the type of game, check out their loadout rules and then go from there.
  4. IMHO thats equally if not more important than getting a licence. Make sure you only dial in the frequencies that OFCOM have given you on your licence. These radios can interfere with lots of legitimate non airsoft users if you dont stick to the given frequencies. Happy coms.
  5. Simple UK
  6. Sites will take a private booking and Eversley are no different. However, please bear in mind you are personally liable for take up and numbers. They normally charge a flat fee to hire the site and I know they have such a booking for a weekend Milsim run by a group of friends in early September. If people let you down and airsofters are notoriously fickle, you as the "organiser" are still responsible for paying the flat fee so you could be seriously out of pocket. Do I think it will work financially on a regular basis ? Who knows, but you have to ask yourself the honest question which is why would players come to your regular private club event when they can walk on any number of games at different sites in that area, when they can afford it and when they feel like it, without long term commitment. Site organisers generally know what the optimum frequency is for running skirmishes at their sites, based on local competition, planning restrictions and reasonable player numbers. Comparing airsoft with badminton, football etc is probably not a good analogy as it is very different activity in terms of the motivators. Good luck but it needs some thought.
  7. Too small. Ideally you should be looking at 40 acres or more for woodland if you have no special features to attract people in. Forget log cabins, airsofting general public are typically not looking to spend much to play and if you see the state some leave portaloos in, you wouldnt want them near shiny log cabins. Check out your competition. Not much point in opening if you have other sites close by depressing the pricing. Dont underestimate the investment needed in terms of time and money. Many airsofters get romantic notions about running their own site because they think it will be fun. Its a business. You dont get to play much and its hassle dealing with difficult people. If you have access to 100 acres plus, I might know someone who would blanket rent the site for a few weekends each year for their milsim games and they would handle the insurance.
  8. Depends how far you want to travel. Try C3 Tactical.
  9. Just saw this as I dont come on here very often. The original calendar was clunky but one of our FB group members who works with ones and noughts for a living has designed his own website which carries the milsim games in its calendar. Nothing to do with me as we just link to it in the group for peoples convenience. Its much better than the old clunky version we tried to do ourselves.
  10. Have copied it to the milsim uk news and events group on Facebook too
  11. Ive done quite a few milsims but not a Stirling game, so cant answer your question from personal experience. Your question is a sensible one; why dont you post it on the Stirling community group on Facebook ? Failing that, its worth asking the question on the Milsim UK News and Events group on FB - quite a few Stirling players frequent that.
  12. 1173mm as seen in the photo
  13. I have the G&G SR25. Apparently there is a tendency for lockup and I was advised to have a MOSFET fitted, which I did, together with a spring upgrade so I could use it as a DMR to get the benefit of higher FPS allowances on the sites I play at. Its a nice rifle, obviously very long, which is the nature of the beast and Ive since got both sized mags for it.
  14. Played at Tuddenham today and gave my MP5K an airing round the buildings. Rain held off and we had a balmy 12 Degrees.