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  1. Clickbait title, poor quality content, airsoft drama. Kicking Mustang is that you?
    15 points
  2. I walked into B&Q the other day and a guy came up to me and asked me if I wanted decking. Luckily I got the first punch in and that was that, but it just goes to show you should never let your guard down.
    12 points
  3. I tripped and as I fell I reached out to steady myself the only thing I could grab was a tin of black spray paint in my shock and descent to the floor I gave the pistol 3 light and even coats . that kind of accident ?
    11 points
  4. Thank you Rogerborg for bring this to our attention. we have been in business for over 10 years and have 1000's of very happy customers as our reviews show. however we can't please everyone. So let me give you a bit of background on this situation the customer has been shopping with us for a number of years and would receive discounts and lay away schemes in our store. Sometimes taking months to pay, which is no trouble, however when he did have a item laid away he would come in ever week and use our range, gas, and ammo all free of charge. the item he purchased was a Gas blow back weapon and he would ofter use black gas in it to get a better kick. as a result of course the item broke( you would not put avaition fuel in a car and expect problems not to happen) However as he was a good customer we repaired in free of charge apart from a small part that makes the gun lock back when mag empty. he was also given £100 cash back as we liked him and wanted him to be happy. we advised that if the part can be sourced again we would fit free of charge, however he had invalidated his warranty for 2 reason. 1 being the how long he had been using it in store and then furthermore after he had finished paying for it and 2 as he had used the non recommended gas in it to get more power. However, he came in demanding a refund and was told several times that as the issue was due to missuse this is not a warranty repair. We even sent it back to the supplier who also refused warranty due to user error, i should also add that he had taken it apart himself. the day in question (yesterday) he again came in the store causing a very uncomfortable environment for other customers and staff that have had to deal with his constant abuse. In 10 years we have NEVER had to ban a customer, but yesterday enough is enough and after being advised several times of his position was asked to leave when he refused he was advised that unless he did the police will be called. No this is all a very unfortunate situation and I'm sure he will very happily embellish on the truth to make him seem like the victim. which is not the case. I have CCTV of the gas he has used, the dry firing and the abuse instore to staff and will happly post it if required to protect our reputaion. I have not mentioned his name as I don't want him to get further backlash when the truth comes out. But I hope people will realise there is always two sides to a story.
    11 points
  5. bit of a clone mash up of eras but I like it
    10 points
  6. Yeah, looking at it a couple more times, I agree, I think it's a skinny guy not a girl, & another reason why I don't like HPA boxmags on pistols, he's essentially a speedsofter minus the lycra 😜 Plus I think he's a ginger, hit him again😜
    10 points
  7. Right recently I was royally ripped off while buying a well mp7 of the Mong , when it arrived the condition was shit it was an ex two-tone which wasn’t mentioned in the ad and all in all just a shite gun , so I complained firmly but politely to the seller and received back nothing but attitude from then on any way long story short after paying £134’ish in total from buying it and then sending it back for a refund of only £110 (he said he wasn’t a retailer so wouldn’t reimburse me for fees as P&P as the gun did match the advert) tried getting the rest back through paypal but that was a dead end . Now on to the reason for the title , over the wknd a TM came up on the Mong seemed a bit too good to be true BUT after a bit of back and fourth with the seller the vibes where good so bit the bullet and bought it , arrived this am and all I can say is upon opening the box I genuinely did feel like the proverbial kid in a sweet shop ! With all the bits’n’bobs I got for an excellent price . So whole point of the ramble is to just let you all know their are still players selling kit that you don’t have to have some kind of previous ‘history’ with to not be continually worried your about to get stitched up ! here’s the ad for the well and the TM and a pic of the contents of the box , he found a couple of extra bits so chucked them in the box free of charge ! 😍
    10 points
  8. First outing of my Full AMCU (Australian Multicam Camouflage Uniform) kit. Based on Task Force Taji Rotation 2 in 2016. AMCU Shirt and Trousers, Redback Terra Boots, FMA Wendy Helmet with AMCU cover, Manta Strobe and FMA NVG box, Warrior DCS in multicam (in place of the rare TBAS carrier) with TBAS pouches. TBAS belt with various SORD/TBAS pouches and Bladetech Holster Mechanix Gloves Gats, JG based AUG with various parts added to make it look more like an F88SA2 Browning mk3
    9 points
  9. Of course, the real unforgivable offence is posting Reddit clickbait here. Man, woman, I don't see gender, I just see an HPA wanker and a burger-roid-raging plonker who seems incapable of shouting the word "hit!". I don't know about you chaps / lady-chaps, but at the sites where I play, the briefing tends to make a point that you'll stop getting shot if and when you acknowledge the hit.
    9 points
  10. It's like one of those films, guy comes to town, does his best to become everybody's friend, while at the same time stirring up shit with his ignorant outspoken ways, pretty soon people get wise to him & before you know it there's a mob with torches & pitchforks chasing him off the edge of a cliff, end of story. But is it ? Years later an enigmatic stranger comes to town, tries to fit in by sharing loadout pictures etc, but pretty soon starts to show his true ignorant colours, & comes out that he's the thick as shit illegitimate son of the guy the town hounded out, intent on avenging daddy. But it always ends the same way lol😏
    8 points
  11. Seen this super cheap and could not pass it up 😃
    8 points
  12. I am a child
    8 points
  13. The full NGRS line up, the L119 needs some firming up and a once over internally but externally happy. Super pleased with the longer modern upper, nice to have an AR setup where an LPVO doesn’t look out of place.
    8 points
  14. What a weekend; Namsoft is incredibly fun. Went to Operation Boogaloo at Gunman Eversley Alpha as VC with two friends and we caused havoc. Myself and one of my friends were a pair of VC snipers who harassed the US forces all through both Saturday and Sunday. We would shoot a few, then bug out before they could organise a counter-attack and we basically did this all weekend. US forces kept leaving their radio masts unguarded, so it would've been rude of us not to constantly take their radio masts down through the weekend, which sent their morale-o-meter into the gutter (which was our objective as VC and PAVN). The other guy in our group spent the entire Saturday playing as a farmer, ditching all his military equipment and walking around the site with a rake, watching the US forces and their movements, then getting somewhere quiet and radio-ing in their locations. They were getting very jumpy, but to their credit they never shot him as he played the part of the scared farmer very well. This continued into Sunday, where we kept going with the same tactics. Our farmer changed out into a French uniform and played the part of a French mercenary HVT for the Aus forces to hunt down and kill, but they never got him. We even went on a stealth mission as two snipers (my friend was also marked as a HVT by this point), our French HVT and a PAVN soldier to take out one of their radio masts, but we managed to sneak past the US platoon in the area, do the objective and then bug out. Our HVTs never died (though the Aussies got very close to the French merc) and it was a fairly dominant performance by the VC and PAVN. Numbers were 55 US/Aus vs 22 VC/PAVN on Saturday, down to 25 US/Aus vs 15 VC/PAVN on Sunday, so while outnumbered we played to our strengths really well and the VC/PAVN guys I played with were all absolutely knackered by the end because we had to fire and fade so much over the weekend and Eversley Alpha is a pretty hilly site... Only my 2nd Namsoft game, but I'm definitely going back. The VSR performed amazingly and I think all bar two of my kills were 60+ metres (with most of those being 70+ and one of the less than 60m kills being with the pistol) and I thoroughly enjoyed the filmsim experience. I'll never get into milsim, as when I tried that I didn't really enjoy it, but filmsim is an absolute blast and I encourage people to give it a go. Also, especially considering how annoying we were being, I didn't have anyone get mad and square up to me this time (that group wasn't there, funnily enough), but I did have someone moan to me about a headshot I did at about 60m. I'll always aim for the chest and tried explaining how long range shots work (like how the hop up makes the BB go upwards towards the end of the trajectory, how a slight breeze will take the BB on a magical mystery tour, how a leaf will knock the BB out of the park and get a home run), but he wasn't prepared for me to speak and clearly just wanted to have a go at me; I tried explaining my side of it, but he wasn't interested in listening, only venting, so I gave up. Otherwise my experience was fantastic and I loved the whole thing. Some of the special forces guys shook my hand after the first day and said how impressive some of my shots were. Playing as a sniper can be pretty uneventful sometimes, but when you have one of these games where you feel like you're making a silly amount of impact on the game, it makes it all worthwhile. Haven't had such a good game in a long time!
    8 points
  15. A couple from a few weekends back, big into the Platatac Tigers and black Ferrosi combo for outdoors at the moment.
    8 points
  16. Took the freshly pimped TM G19 Gen 4 out today, some indoor action at Invicta Black Site. Absolutely love how snappy the Gen 4 is even on lowest power gas, 45M flat trajectory on 0.25s, couldn’t ask for more from such a little gun!
    7 points
  17. This 50+ old cnut is quite literally lost for words, just when you think you've seen it all, along comes an Internet warrior whose extreme ignorance is only surpassed by his stupidity. Usually I'd counter with some lighthearted memes, but there's nothing that even comes close to this level of bollocks. All I will say is look around, admire anybody over 50, because with your shit eating attitude, you ain't ever gonna reach it lol 😈
    7 points
  18. Why do these posts always attract the internet hard men like flies to a pile of horse shit?
    7 points
  19. OY, Chuck Norris, don't tar everyone in the south with your dirty brush, most "normal" people when faced with overly aggressive behaviour & confrontation will try to reasonably defuse the situation, not charge in intent to do as much damage as possible & fuck the consequences. I've met plenty with that attitude, they rarely amount to much but wear their convictions like a badge of honour, bit like a neck tattoo lol🤣
    7 points
  20. Inspired by the Springfield V12s, I present the Detonics... V6? This is eventually going to be mocked up (with further inspiration from Marui’s Vorpal Bunny) with smoothed grips, a front rail, and a battleship grey paintjob. It is an ARMY R45 with an ACM Shield RMS, a Nova trigger, and Shooters Design 150% recoil springs. Not pictured yet are the Army extended magazine release and modified grips, which have been filled with putty in readiness for relief cuts and sanded smooth. Milling the slide and the adaptor plate allowed me to sink the optic 3.5mm into the slide. This actually lower-third-cowitnesses with the factory sights, somehow. Custom milled and drilled slide and barrel ports. The ARMY’s outer barrel is stainless steel and broke one of my milling bits. Lesson learned about using them to drill holes... Total cost so far: ~£120
    7 points
  21. Gash

    THE TM MWS thread

    I have got to the bottom of what’s occurring and thought I would share so anyone having the same issue might have a chance of setting it right. So the hop assembly is perfect. Absolutely nothing wrong with it. The bucking itself is in perfect condition with zero wear and everything else is exactly how it should be. the anomaly I found was on the nozzle guide. I noticed some abnormal wear along the edge where the hop dial goes over when the BCG is in its forward position. It looks like the nozzle guide plastic is ever so slightly warped towards the front end. There is a slight increment/curve upwards in the plastic which from what I can gather is causing it to catch on the hop dial (there was a slight knick out the dial in the spot I would have my hop set and wear/burs along the edge of the guide). As the dial is click forward to turn off it stands to reason that with every shot fired, as the carrier is returning to its forward position it is catching on the dial and turning it off with a few clicks every shot you take. This all rings true to the symptoms so I believe I have my culprit. the nozzle guide is very malleable so I have bent it a little, flattening out the curve and I have also shaved a mm of the plastic away along the edge in question incase it rides back up again. Inevitably I will order the AG Nozzle Guide as it’s made of a harder plastic and less likely for this to happen again but in the mean time the temp fix seems to be working as intended. I hope this information helps people experiencing the same issue now or in the future. From looking around it doesn’t appear to be a common issue so it’s nice to have an actual cause and solution.
    7 points
  22. If my son punched like that or 'defended' himself by cowering like that I'd call him my daughter. I wouldn't actually thinking about it as my daughter knows how to use her fists. She'd flatten both of them. I don't know what I'd call him but it would be uncomplimentary, and by now I've lost interest in the airsoft part of it all. Seriously, don't take the piss if you can't take a punch/multiple whacks from the HPA using androgynous being. Also disappointed by the lack of relevant soundtrack. I'd have liked the Rocky theme for the build up with the Benny Hill theme for the 'punches.' Soundtrack: 0/10 Artistic Interpretation: 3/10 Degree of Technical Difficulty: 4/10 Direction: 3/10 Award: Everyone involved needs burning at the stake. Twice.
    7 points
  23. First GBBR, impressed with the feel and garden plinking, on the hunt for a sling mount and decent sling for it, before fielding.
    7 points
  24. 7 points
  25. Lol, I remember the first time I saw a serpa drop leg, safe zone at Ft Amherst, thought "WOW, that's a good way to carry your pistol, such a quick draw" 😳 A month later I had one, 5 minutes in to the game I thought "ffs, every time I run its like I've got a small child hanging on my leg & trying to pull me the other way" lol💩
    7 points
  26. The Mp5 Lego set grows the rear stock adaptor whilst being very well made and looking very nice is a very poor & loose fit despite being advertised for the MP5 NGRS , so this is going to need some looking at or binning off , which is a shame
    7 points
  27. Sounds like GearGrindr. Nope, I pay to go to an airsoft site to play airsoft, not to talk about playing airsoft. I can do that here free and without travelling. Still, I am grateful for their honesty that the actual play (if any breaks out) will be a completely chaotic whangfest.
    6 points
  28. Fuck that. It's a shit site with 200 players let alone 2000+. Don't get the love for it at all. And I live only 20mins away.
    6 points
  29. Last weekend's 9h night tournament was a blast! We were missing one member (so we were 5 instead of 6), nonetheless we went balls deep and did almost everything! The tournament itself was very interesting since in order to locate/complete some objectives we had to find information inside other objectives (namely Objective 4, its coordinates were found inside Objective 3, E1's coordinates were found in either E4 or E2 and the rest was distributed throughout the AO). Storyboard was that we had to help a sniper called "Silent Arrow" in eliminating a drug lord, by recovering information around the AO so we could tell him which person to kill. (map for reference with all the objectives marked) At the start (11:00 PM) our guns were taken away and transported to an unknown location (AEG on the map), we were then given a small cartographic exercise in order to find the coordinates, hiked from the HQ to AEG, collected our gear and proceeded to C2, then E4 and E2, since they were limited to a very short time frame (30 mins each, 01:00-01:30 E4, 01:30-02:00 E2), here we had to wait for a car to leave small boxes along the road (marked in green), those boxes contained very useful information regarding other objectives, mainly coordinates and items we needed. If one team was not able to recover those two packages within the given time limit, they would have had to hike back to the HQ and ask for them, with a point penalty of 500 points per package (which means being last, since 1000 points equal two combat type objectives). This is where we had our only engagement with a patrol which lasted a whopping 15 seconds, we got spotted because another team, who was sitting in the tree line next to us, ran away creating a lot of noise so the patrol got alerted. When we opened fire they melted, but still, 100 points lost -.- (another 200 if you lose the engagement) With those two packages retrieved, we headed back to the HQ so we could input the coordinates in our GPS devices and plot a sensible route. The main goal was to reach C1 as fast as possible because it was the objective with the strictest time frame (03:00-03:30), unfortunately we fucked up navigation and barely missed it, so we decided to do Obj.2, here we had to injure (by shooting him in semi auto in non vital parts, essentially arms and legs) a dude, extract him and blow up a building. Barely completed it, we messed the extraction part because we didn't have enough time. After that, we skipped WP4 and went to WP3, WP2, WP15, stumbled upon Obj.4 (had to insert a chip inside a laptop without being seen by the defenders), WP5, attacked Obj.3 where we had to blow up a laboratory, then moved counter clockwise through WP11, WP6, Objective 1 where we had to exfiltrate a case of radioactive material and take a picture of a scientist, after telling him apart from the rest (they all had images of chess pieces on them, it was relatively easy because he had a king), skipped WP7 because we didn't realize we were that close, went WP14, E7 and E1. At E1 we found the sniper, who was an archer IRL and he had setup a shooting range with four dummies at a good 35 metres, we gave him the correct name and he fucking pierced the dummy with an arrow from that distance. Kudos, that was a fucking good shot! (We were later informed that he was competing in the national archery championship, so yeah). On our way back to the HQ we went to C3 and then finished at 07:35 AM. Back at HQ we did a small debrief with the organizers and noticed that they had given us 5000 points in total, we thought we were like last, or second to last, since we had skipped a few waypoints, skipped C1, almost fucked up Obj.2 and we were the last team to finish.. Fast forward 20 minutes, results were out.. Last team (of 6) did 3250 points, then 3 more teams with less than 3500, hype started to build up and then, drum rolls, the 2nd team got 3850 points!!!! Well colour me impressed! Never thought we could have had such a large gap from the 2nd! Unfortunately I forgot to turn on track recording on my GPS, but my mate's said we hiked around 23 kilometres, in 8 and a half hours, not too bad! Kit wise, a last minute change I made was to bring the Mayflower instead of the TMR, and it was a really good choice, the thing is 100x more comfortable and lighter despite the overall larger signature and capacity. What let me down was the backpack, 3 hours in and it started digging into my shoulders despite having only two litres of water, one bag of BBs and one NVG monocular in its protective soft pouch, along with spare batteries and a tiny bit of food so I'm gonna have to look around for a replacement. And a stronger insect repellent, my arms are filled with bites it looks like i have a plague of some sort! Group picture before starting (mhm, tinted lens in pitch black conditions, fucking 1000000iq play )
    6 points
  30. Private training event held at UCAP GreenOps. Small unit tactics, basic patrolling skills, hand signals blah blah - everything a squaddie learns while they're wet behind the ears Good fun! And should help with playing more effectively in the future.
    6 points
  31. I have put serious amount of work into my small, but perfectly formed collection. Love them!
    6 points
  32. Did someone say springers 😂
    6 points
  33. VID-20211020-WA0002.mp4
    6 points
  34. Rogerborg

    Using tag rounds

    That's my issue with them as well. TAG rounds are so far beyond anything else that we use that I'm baffled as to how a properly informed insurer would indemnify a site. Given the masses, muzzle velocities and ranges claimed, they're barely within UK air-gun power levels, which is a particular issue in Scotland. Something something pyrotechnic something, but there are also solid rounds, right? The bangs are earball-hurty even outdoors, and given the ranges and time to target, any claims of precision have to be qualified with "at the time when you launch, not when it lands". They were fun when I saw and heard them used (at a distance) at a filmsim. But they were used only by the organisers, and essentially non-competitively for theatrical effect. Being aimed at people by J. Random Airsofter, that's another thing altogether. We've seen the injuries these thing can cause, right? Smashed eyepro, and significant tissue damage. They seem like something which will only be allowed until its banned, and it'll be a safety rule written in some poor sod's blood.
    6 points
  35. The first 20 years of my life were filled with violence and the horrendous consequences of it, I made sure that the next 17 were not. I don't need self defense advice and YT links from some dipshit American teenager who can't recognise the value of experience, and nor do the rest of the middle aged men (including ex service members ffs) that you are patronising on here. The best time to shut the fuck up was a few hours ago, the second best time is now.
    6 points
  36. 6 points
  37. Nah that's not heavy, try using a real steel mg42 like a sniper, I think I had to have a nap afterwards 😴
    6 points
  38. THIS WILL NOT STAND. Marmite is manna of the Gods, a literal superfood with more vitamins and minerals than a branch of Holland and Barret. Sure it may be a bit potent for some - the kind of people who think a Korma is 'a bit spicy' - but for the rest of us who can eat things that aren't beige, it's a life-giving sticky syrup of nourishing goodness; a shining bright light in the condiment cupboard. Spread over some hot buttered toast or crumpets, Marmite says this: that now matter how bad things appear to be, no matter how low we feel, your mate Marmite will always be there for you. It is our port in the storm, and the light at the end of the tunnel. And your lack of gratitude for this frankly disgusts me. Mayonnaise on the other hand is the condiment of SATAN, and 99 times out of 100 is only added to a dish to camouflage the portion of baby gravy that a vengeful and underpaid chef has blurted into your food.
    6 points
  39. I am knackered fellas! I met up with loads of new people. Got merry and drunk. Vienna was cool and quiet with nice Jazz Cafes, I saw an American Punk rock band visiting Bratislava called Good Riddance in a very intimate underground show ( I used to love them as a kid) I also nearly got arrested for playing guitar and teaching the Slovaks some Greenday songs at 3AM. Budapest was another kettle of fish, dirty, Ruin bars and alcohol everywhere, I managed to pick up a FULL set of Hungarian camo in my exact size for exactly 40 euros including the hat which is impossible to get outside of Eastern Europe. Lots of history, the food was a bit bland everywhere and a let down so much so I actually lost 5lbs over the past 9 days, but alcohol was good. I got invites to go to Serbia soon from a couple I partied away with. It's opened my eyes and I think it means I will be selling more of my Airsoft collection and bring it back down to under single figures. I need to experience this more and do the Digital Nomad thing! I got to visit the birthplace of my Grandmother and resting place of my Great Grand Parents in Baden for the first time, which was really rewarding. I am so exhausted though. The flight delays took the piss and I had to take a three hour Bus journey home from Central last night. Either way. It was great. Cheers for checking in on me! This is where I went to, no one else had a stock of Hungarian Surplus. Good guys, and they couldnt believe I ran a Hungarian kit at home.
    6 points
  40. Nope. Sorry they will have seen you do it through your TV. They are on their way round as we speak. Your only chance is to run I'm afraid. Go NOW..... 😉😊
    6 points
  41. When the AAP-01 first came out, though the price/performance was really good. I really couldn't get behind the aesthetics.. So when the CTM ruger kit came out. I had to get it. I think the only thing I will change in the future is the trigger and the bolt.. But for now I'm pretty chuffed with how it looks!
    6 points
  42. 6 points
  43. So…. Impulse has written up the gameplan and thoroughly decent sportsmanship of the last Namsoft game. There’s not much that I can add in that respect. I was in another squad, but played VC too rather than PAVN for once because… we had two VC loadouts, and my nearest and very much dearest decided to play along for the weekend. It would have been wrong to abandon her to the ranks of the filthy imperialists, no matter how much US kit we have. So a few personal notes. The weekend was extremely relaxed. The social was chilled, and the beer flowed freely après sport as it were.* Apart from an isolated incident already related above, gamesmanship was excellent. The chilled atmosphere definitely leeched into the game itself. My wife was ultra-impressed at the helpful attitude of the other players when we became split up by the need to respawn etc. She described help personified. For a first airsoft game a two day filmsim could have broken any love at all, but she was fully smitten and buzzing by close of Saturday. As far as I went, guiding my wife up to the very perimeter of the enemy firebase was amazing. We got right up on the wire and then I let loose the RPK. We slotted many yanks. An experienced support gunner giving it large at close range is an ouch to behold tbh. After the game a couple of GIs came over, still laughing, and shook our hands. Getting within three feet of the objective unobserved was a real achievement. It made our hard 20+ minute crawl more than worthwhile. TBH a more experienced sideman and I could have made hay, but there we go. We should have hit and run, but we tried to take the full garrison on. It ended predictably. Sunday was a full on head to head as Impulse lead the one squad of yanks a merry dance, we had to take the other squads on as full on as the VC ever do. This meant firing with real intensity and then backing off into the bushes. It was during this period that Impulse pulled out his sidearm and I actually recognised the chap, fron a few forum pics. Jesus wept, that bloke can play sniper! It was nice to put a face to a forum name. I’ll certainly try and play on his team in future… Anyhow… I had a great weekend. My wife is suddenly after all these years suddenly hooked on Namsoft, and our son had a great time as GI, as he regularly does. I'm going to book onto a few non-Gunman games to see what they're like as far as Namsoft goes. I'll report back here. *I’ll miss the ugly details. It did involve incorrect tent identification and entry, tuneless singing, questionable scotch and, arguing about aeg performance, all within a self defined 'bar'.
    6 points
  44. MILITATED

    Gun picture thread

    ~3 months, £56 customs fee & a few Parcelforce complications later... Volante 6061 T6 aluminium slide, barrel and RMR housing for TM FNX! Will post pics once fitted. Could have bought 2 brand new TM FNXs with how much that ended up costing 🤕
    6 points
  45. I have no will power. Team mates got recoils so I got am H&K 416. Got an AA12 on the way
    6 points
  46. Impulse

    Gun picture thread

    Ready for Operation Boogaloo at Gunman Eversley next weekend, and this time the hop rubber ISN'T torn, so I can actually use it. Going to take it to Worthing this weekend to MAKE SURE it's working so I don't have a repeat of last time. Will shove a bunch of natural foliage in the scrim net on the day.
    6 points
  47. Alimcd

    Gun picture thread

    Skara has already seen it but my AAP is taking shape. Need to get the upper Cerakoted in graphite black to get rid of the 50 shades thing it’s got going on
    6 points
  48. Here are a few from SIERRA GOLF ONE AIRSOFT.
    6 points
  49. Impulse

    Gun picture thread

    As much as I love it, the Wolverine Hydra and the m14 hop unit don't get along, so I've put a strip of a drink can at the back of the hop unit to avoid BBs rolling back and jamming it open. Took the opportunity to get the G&P scope mount which is far lower and now the m21 is complete. I will need to cable tie the rails onto the outer barrel to stop it moving about though as I had to modify it a little to use it with a scope mount; mounting a scope directly onto the rails doesn't work and tilts the sight upwards, hence I need a separate mount to keep it level. Not sure if I can get the stubby mags to feed properly though, so we'll see next game day. Otherwise I'll just run it with normal mags. Also, I now have a decent camera, so have some m21 pics.
    6 points
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