springs

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  1. might be worth sticking where you are located so those that are interested can gauge how far away you are.
  2. their banding system could do with a little more work. Most sites use tape thats duck tape / parcel tape thick but Bravo 1 was just some standard electrical tape which could be easily covered up
  3. the last private game that they did at the mall not to long ago was great! wasn't big numbers but enough to have fun and when the turned the lights out and filled the floor up with smoke it made it even better! Another private game would be good! i know it's not the easiest to organise tho
  4. normally if you are travelling with any type of firearms you would need to declare it at the airport and it would need to be in an approved locked case. best option would be to speak to both airports about transporting it.
  5. it would be nice if they had a notice / disclaimer that if it's out of stock to either process the purchase or contact them and they can get it ordered / shipped within X days. i wouldn't be surprised if some of them are just doing drop shipping
  6. indoors with lots of routes so bottlenecks are kept to a min. as much realism as possible and what H&S allow. aka if you've got shops then have it "kitted" out to look like a real shop. not just chipboard everywhere. i think there is a site in the UK up north somewhere thats similar that has shops, cars and what not inside.
  7. worth noting that most sites will require you to pre-book any rentals before hand. can't remember ever seeing anyone rock up on the day and get one without booking or get one after a weapon has issues and stops them playing
  8. would love to go but i've got to work that week
  9. my understanding is that if they are over the limits stated then they are classed as firearms. Currently they are still classed as imitation firearms. UKARA is still needed and anyone selling RIF's need to make sure that what they are selling fall under these limits
  10. strange on the price difference as i've just re-checked their site for details and this is what it shows: MEMBERSHIP PACKAGES Standard Membership – £10.00 Includes: UKARA registration Enhanced Membership – £50.00 Includes: Membership Card UKARA registration £5.00 discount on each site visit 10% discount on BB’s, gas, pyro and other consumables GOLD Membership – £90.00 Includes: Membership Card UKARA registration £10.00 discount on each site visit 10% discount on BB’s, gas, pyro and other consumables
  11. they have different membership options with different "rewards" but when i registered it wasn't worth the extra ££ for the rewards they gave
  12. mine is at The Mall in Reading. Paid £10 for the years membership and all that really got my is put on the Ukara DB..
  13. I've got a 2010 yamaha XJ6
  14. the stock adapter you can get on shapeways. this will allow you to fit a M4 buffer tube. if you want a silencer or something else on the front then you need to get the echo 1 threaded outer barrel which as far as i can see is only for sale in america. i've found it on airsoftGI i believe. it's cheap but you'll get stung on shipping.
  15. Passed with only a few of minors. got a bike back in september and have stopped riding for the year at the end of october / early november, too cold and didn't want to splash more cash this year on more gear just for a couple of months use if that.