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The 'What have you just bought' Thread

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2 Point Adjustable Tactical IDF Special Forces Rifle Sling from (think it's this one) for my Tavor. Was not much more than one of the el-cheapo slings I'd previously used and has snapped on me.

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Bit the bullet finally and bought a GHK AK74 hopefully arriving tomorrow.

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Ferro Concepts single point molle sling.

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How Ironic is that a soviet symbol of masculinity bears the flag of the UPA :lol:

Yeah - my whole reason for buying it is the irony. I mean shit, without the red and black it's still 'kin hilarious!

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Firefly Hop Rubber, Nub and Laylax barrel for my HK416. About time I manned up and opened up an AEG.

Sorry but why are you replacing a TM rubber?

 

Sorry remembered about your status

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ATtiny13A-PU

1M ohm resistors

cr2032 battery holders

IR LED's

USB AVR programmer

35mm film pots

 

dosnt look like its anything airsoft ... but i have a cunning plan ;)

 

also some tamiya/deans converters

 

edit :- almost forgot 2 AK mags :lol:

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KAC style foregrip

KAC style RIS

KAC style rail covers

Dummy peq box with laser

 

Total: £68

 

M4 block 1.5 here I come!

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ATtiny13A-PU

1M ohm resistors

cr2032 battery holders

IR LED's

USB AVR programmer

35mm film pots

 

dosnt look like its anything airsoft ... but i have a cunning plan ;)

 

also some tamiya/deans converters

 

spill? :-)

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remembrance day is coming up so it really really had to be done

I have One like this. Wear it every skirmish.

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ASG CZ75D Compact £75 with free CZ hard Carry case

Classic Army 7mm bearing V3 gearbox shell £25 (price label marked as £55!)

 

From JD Airsoft. Great shop if you get a chance to visit.

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A set of Call of Duty limited edition NVGs?

Do they actually work?

 

short answer yes ... long answer, yes ... sort off , they have a colour camera up front that has its IR filter removed, they then have a colour LCD display inside (so you can see), there is 2 sets of IR LED's, 1 low powered, 1 high powered .... in essence all you are seeing is IR, so not true "night vision" ....... but for what i paid i don't think ill loose any sleep over that fact ;):DB)

 

Edit :- i just want to add that these are wayy better than the spynet nvg's, as these have an "auto balance" feature to try and stop them from washing out etc.

 

Whats the gun in the background?

 

G&G L85

 

L85

 

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L85....

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Once you've handled one in reality you'll realise it's not great....

I once got a blister from the pistol grip rubbing on my right hand, on the webbing between my thumb and first finger. It is NOT ergonomic at all, M4 pistol grips are lovely compared to them.

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Once you've handled one in reality you'll realise it's not great....

I once got a blister from the pistol grip rubbing on my right hand, on the webbing between my thumb and first finger. It is NOT ergonomic at all, M4 pistol grips are lovely compared to them.

 

In my opinion, bull pups are the definition of unergonomic, but this is coming from an AR-15 fanboy

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In my opinion, bull pups are the definition of unergonomic, but this is coming from an AR-15 fanboy

 

They're nice to move about with, just the pistol grip on the L85 isn't great- if it was more ergonomic it'd be fine. The only parts of a rifle which the term 'ergonomic' apply to are the user interface i.e. furniture such as the pistol gip and handguard. Weight and such are a different matter.

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And the trigger, too much play for safety imo. And fumbling for the magwell... However very easy to take apart, no idea but apparently an m4 is easier (I believe said on this forum)

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