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Monkman

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About Monkman

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    AF-UK Regular
  • Birthday 30/04/1974

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  • Guns
    G&G TR4-18
    Nuprol Delta Sopmod
    ICS CXP MARS Carbine
    TM HK45 Tactical
    S&T M320A1 Launcher
  • Loadouts
    Wanted a "Woodland" camo loadout..but I'm Head to Toe Multicam now..wtf!!
  • Sites
    Ace-Airsoft Wargames / Kidderminster Airsoft / First & Only "The Outpost"
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  • Location
    Worcester
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  1. Thinking of getting into NV, but worried about shot out lenses.  Anyone know where I can buy lens protector's / sacrificial lenses in the UK?  Bloody ITAR in the states is annoying. :)

    1. clumpyedge

      clumpyedge

      have a look on the real steel pages on facebook or have a look at mapleleaftactical (ambiguousdave on ebay) on IG failing that tactical optician can make you sacrificial lenses.

       

      https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PVS-LIF-Light-Interference-Filter-Sacrificial-Lens-Night-Vision-Norotos-Wilcox14/273461713010

    2. Rogerborg

      Rogerborg

      Polycarbonate sheets are cheap, easy to cut with a jigsaw (or a hacksaw with patience), and 2mm should be enough to see off most BBs. All of my sights are running DIY'd polycarb protectors, and my torches now have polycarb "lenses".  It doesn't have to be neat: one sight just has a square slab of polycarb with holes in each corner and thin cable-ties lashing it to the optic.  Looks a bit trailer park, but it works fine.

    3. Adolf Hamster

      Adolf Hamster

      the one i have the previous owner was kind enough to have left in a homebrew polycarb lense as rogerborg suggests, seems like it'll do the job and remember it's a night vision sight, to be used at night, so looks arent important

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