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Jacob Wright

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About Jacob Wright

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  • Guns
    WE P226, TM G17, ASG M4, A&K M249 Para, ICS MP5A5
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    Multicam Trousers, OD Shirt & Heli-vest
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    Urban Assault, Gunman Airsoft, Tier 1, Stirling
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    If y'asked me on a Monday, I'd say "Ayessssssss"

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  1. Jacob Wright

    WE P226

    Time Left: 5 days and 17 hours

    • For sale or swap
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    For sale is my WE P226 (Railed Version). Never had a problem with it, selling as I use my TM one more and trying to shift stuff I don't use. Will come with one gas-tight magazine, recently serviced. Signs of wear and tear on the slide and frame but otherwise in good condition. Functions and takes down as it should. 16.2.20 - Bumped the listing and I’ve dropped the price £10. Postage is included. Obviously I'll check your UKARA before posting.

    £90.00

  2. Company: Gunman Airsoft Site: Eversley Camp Bravo Event Type: Filmsim Site type: Woodland Shop: Yes (BBs, gas and small selection of accessories, a few AEGs and Pistols) Catering: Yes Covered safe zone: Yes Today me and one of the team went to Gunmans Camp Bravo for one of their monthly filmsim days. This will be about the 4th or 5th time we've been to a Gunman event so pretty much new what to expect. Josh and his team of player-marshals are always friendly, helpful and well organised. We arrived at about half 8, signed in and set up our kit. Signing in was straightforward with no massive queue or waiting around. I picked up some ammo for a reasonable price and we bagged ourselves a nice spot in one of the safe zone tents. There isn't much seating but the tables are big enough for a fair amount of people if it is raining. There are two clean portaloos and although it wasn't set up this time, the on-site kitchen will be ready for business imminently. Its also quite easy to find, there's a small signpost from either direction just off the main road which you won't miss unless you're going a bit fast. Joshs' briefing was to the point and explained the rules of the particular game well. All guns were chronoed before heading out onto the field, although no stickers or tags were placed on guns to confirm this. Limits were up to 350fps for AEGs, 500fps with a 30m MED for DMRs; so pretty standard for most sites. The site itself is massive. Lots of trees, undulating terrain with a few tracks. There are also swampy areas, a couple of streams and massive amounts of bracken (Very good for cover). Unlike the main Eversley site, Camp Bravo does not have any structures or built up barricades. There are a handful of pallet walls and plastic drums but that's it. However, the natural terrain provides plenty of cover and we did feel as though this was a problem for gameplay. The games were objective based, and 2 hours long in duration with about a 45 minute break in between for lunch. Initially I was sceptical that 4 hours gaming time was not enough, but the terrain and carrying an LMG around soon persuaded me otherwise! Lunch was proper burgers which are ordered at the start of the day. We had no problems with non-hit taking or people not abiding by the rules which had been set out. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves and there was no shortage of things to get stuck in with. The site is big enough that although firefights tend to be at relatively close quarters, you're not bumping into the enemy every 2 minutes and there is freedom to flank around. In all a very very enjoyable day, and we will definitely be back for further Gunman games in the future.
  3. Went for a nice lightweight load out today at Camp Bravo. Ditched the plate carrier and just ran the Minimi and my P226. Excellent day popping up and ambushing people!
  4. How much for the LLM-01?
  5. Finally got round to painting the rifle, need to pick up some darker paint tomorrow to add the stripes. Probably won't do the MP5 as that looks better in its natural colours?
  6. TM Sig P226 to replace my WE one, and a CNC Hop unit to add to my upgrades for the M249
  7. Ah I see, maybe it'll be a little cheaper than the VFC one too but I won't hold my breath 😂
  8. I thought the VFC was the licensed version?
  9. Mines definitely all plastic bodied, I think the sliding stock rails and the cocking tube are metal but that's about it. A hell of a lot lighter than my M249 anyway!!
  10. Yeah I can't seem to get it just to attach as a photo. So you'll have to visualise it; the kit and guns I've listed, but with trees and stuff in the background?
  11. ICS MP5A5 is the way to go; lightweight, accurate and a decent rate of fire I'd say you can't fault it. Plus they can be picked up for pretty cheap both new and second hand.
  12. Fairly straightforward load out for this Saturdays filmsim at Gunman Eversley. Dickies dealer boots, jeans, lumberjack shirt, multicam drop leg, Helivest and a ball cap with team callsign patch. Weapons wise I'm running my TM G17 and ICS MP5, which was absolutely spot on. IMG_0463.HEIC
  13. @XanderShadow I only tend to use the ones on the back if I'm playing urban so my team mates can get to them. Otherwise all I'll have on there is the radio pouch. Although saying that I've got long arms and can quite easily reach the speed loaders 😂
  14. So on my Helivest; Front Triple ammo pouch; will carry 6 M4 or MP5 magazines, or even my pistol Admin pouch up top if I'm going to have a map on me A mixture of either pistol magazine pouches or pistol and smoke either side of the M4 triple Back Radio top Left Double 40mm top Right Double ammo for speed loaders bottom if I'm taking them First aid pouch at the bottom again if I'm likely to need it I can chop and change the pouches around pretty easily depending on the game day or event, I do normally run my pistol in a hip or thigh holster as well.
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