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The 'What have you just bought' Thread

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Full mtp camo gear, including genuine osprey mk4 and genuine pouches (army surplus :D) a well spent 200 quid

Did you go for a UBAC or combat shirt ?

How much for the mk4 ?

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Ubac from amazon :P mk4 cost 60 quid (i think) from strike force supplies

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WE Hi-Capa Dragon 7.0 in black... considering getting the top parts sprayed red and some dragon scales done by hydro dipping... but will have to see what funds are like ;)

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12 months subscription to Airsoft Action magazine.

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Ooo we have a TK Max in Crawley, may go have an investigate! :D ta

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they don't show on their web page :-(

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Anzac biscuits=only biscuit solid enough to use as a melee weapon :D

They were designed as a biscuit that would survive the mail from Australia to Europe during WW1 and although they taste quite nice (like a coconut hobnob), they are very tough but that just prevents you eating them all before lunchtime. I discovered before my last WW2 game that I could get them at my local Sainsbury's :)

 

Pfft. That crap from Sainsbury's aren't proper Anzac biscuits. They are supposed to be melt in the mouth, not concrete.

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Pfft. That crap from Sainsbury's aren't proper Anzac biscuits. They are supposed to be melt in the mouth, not concrete.

They are officially licensed by the RSL (Australian equivalent of the British Legion).

http://unibicanzacbiscuits.com/

There are however lots of different recipes and some may be softer. These are tough but taste nice and are great as a source of energy. They also survive being bashed around in your pack during an airsoft game.

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Soreen fruit loaf FTW!

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Vsr trigger/piston set

6.02 Tightbore barrel for Vsr G-Spec

 

£108~

 

From ASP-UK

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They are officially licensed by the RSL (Australian equivalent of the British Legion).

http://unibicanzacbiscuits.com/

There are however lots of different recipes and some may be softer. These are tough but taste nice and are great as a source of energy. They also survive being bashed around in your pack during an airsoft game.

 

Key bit of reading on that site. "We have been making these since 1999" Not proper anzac biscuits, case closed.

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Kinda annoyed. DD rail turned up today. The picture of it when listed showed one with a few scratches and the rubber rail grips on the side. Instead the one that has turned up is just the rail with quite a bit of rust on the allen key heads. From the way the paint has gone it looks like it has been near some series heat at some point as well.

 

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I'm now even more confused if it is the mad-bull version as it is listed or not as there is no 'for airsoft' marking and the general shape of it does not quite match up to the images of the madbull rail on google.

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Probably a Chinese clone then, I have one that sounds very similar

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I've put some pictures up on the L85 thread.

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s-l140.jpg Molle Hydration Pouch - £13.99 posted ~ fleabay (I'm going to cut it down to fit a 1.5L bladder)

s-l140.jpg 500ml Black Liquid Latex - £9.98 posted ~ fleabay (to stain my tank crew kecks)

s-l140.jpg 10s Sound Recording Module - £1.25 ~ fleabay (distraction device)

s-l140.jpg 200rnd speedloader - £2.20 posted ~ fleabay (because you can never have too many speedloaders)

+ about a tenner's worth of capacitors, resistors, transistors, and laser modules.

 

Edit: and a busted Well R4 from our own dear ikarma70

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Optronics Precision Metal Tri Rail Red Dot Sight, may take a while to arrive as freepost from HK I think. Should go well aesthetically on my G5 or Evo 3

 

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Just got myself a Tm ml23 Socom complete with a second mag, I believe cqb has just turned to pistols only 😜

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Needs more red dots mounted on to the rails.

Needs M203s mounted to the rails! ;-)

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all (including the above) for my GHK G5 DMR

 

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This is just some plastic pipe, only cost £3 so if it looks crap with what I'm planning I'll just bin it:

 

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Bars_Snow_Leopard_Costume_Twilight_2_Fro Bars (Snow Leopard) Costume Twilight-2 Frog 58/5 - $83.00 posted ~ profarmy.ru

 

I was after 56-5 but they went out of stock while i was dithering whether to get this or a Jagel pattern Komandor uniform and also trying to figure out how to get it shipped - their webby is all in Russian and not self explanatory - turns out you just need to email 'em. But although the Komador uniform looks seriously cool, in both senses of the word, and the pattern is probably better for UK woodlands, this is more quintessentially Russian.

 

Ooh yeah, and while i was asleep goofbid netted me this:

s-l140.jpg Sabre respirator - £13.70 posted ~ fleabay ( :lol: get in there my son!)

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