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Tackle

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Tackle last won the day on May 8

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About Tackle

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    M14 socom/TM M4S/Magpul PDR-C/G&G FN2010/TM G36/L96/numerous m4 derivatives.
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    I use kit that works for me, irrespective of whether seal team six etc have been seen in it ;)
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    Kent sites mainly nowadays .

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  1. So I thought id join in with a meme, searched mini Tamara, big mistake, once seen some things can't be unseen ๐Ÿ˜ž
  2. Tackle

    Packs in game?

    If I may, for me, they're excellent, barely a sound whether they're full to the top or nearly empty, & great fit in my cargo pockets.
  3. Mate, if their still not taking their hits, i'll break cover & jizz all over 'em, see if they take that ?, & i'll prob "tickle their mums too" lol
  4. To clarify my position even further, my nicknames for these type of cheats has come about partly from me usually being a right sneaky bastard, bedded myself in somewhere, dragged cover over me & taking potshots at anybody coming by, so I'm close enough to see the whites of their eyes lol, as well as their dodgey responses to being hit.
  5. Tackle

    Wanted please tm g spec or clone two tone

    According to vcra, even for a two-tone purchase, you need to be 18+.........do you qualify ?๐Ÿ˜œ
  6. They're not an "official" term, more a nickname. Sacarathe has it 100%, as he has kindly explained, these are the actions of cheats who react to the bb strike, prob because it stung a little, but don't call a hit, they usually then try to find better cover, as if the first hits don't count. Personally, I've never not taken a hit, even the pain-in-the-arse-shot-in-the-back-from-a-teammate-hit, the one that happens 60seconds after the whistle has blown &I've dashed forward in to cover to await the attacking enemy, & then scream at the teammate whos shot me in the back "why the puck would the attacking team be facing away from you, you dopey bastard" Lol, we've all been there๐Ÿ˜œ
  7. Lost count of the number of times I've been alongside players on my side, stacking up getting ready to move, guy next to me isn't as well hidden as he believes, & I'll say to him "you not taking them then ?", he'll say "what ?" & i'll point out he's been hit, sometimes multiple times, at which point he'll usually call it. Generally this is a genuine mistake, can only assume adrenaline, rather than heighten awareness, cause some players to zone out & become less aware ?. Now the "rubbers" & "twitchers", they're a different matter, stone cold cheats who think its ok, burn them mofo's ๐Ÿ˜ˆ
  8. Lol, only you could take it literally, course your not going to freeze your insides, BUT tissue damage & possible shock is a risk, its not like your average airsofter is at his peak fitnesswise. As has already been said, can't beat a bit of water, maybe "jujj" it up with ice cubes & some funky cold Ribena
  9. Lol, we're airsofters, we're always trying to reinvent the wheel, so to speak, be too easy just to swig water when needed ๐Ÿ˜œ
  10. if your gonna go down that road, aside from the already mentioned risks from "freezing" some of your internal organs, once the packs have defrosted your still carrying the weight of them, for no good reason, surely better to look at fake hard plates that double as hydration bladders, chill or freeze (your choice) them the night before, ice cold water on "tap", & freeze a couple of plastic bottles of pwemium h2o for safezone top ups of the plates ?.
  11. Another thing that people don't consider is the day before the gameday, many people, me included, can be borderline dehydrated in their day to day activities, drinking but likely not enough in the summer, especially if workplaces frown upon drinks around expensive machinery/technology, so are restricted to very limited breaks. I had it happen to me before a BFT (now known as CFT ?),day before had a crap assignment that was literally non stop, so allowed fluid levels to run low, prob lager that night in the naafi too, next days BFT was in mega hot weather, even though I was supremely fit, I keeled over like a sack of shit, dropped back to billet in a landy, staggered inside & promptly passed out on the floor next to my bed, found there hour later by my mates when they got back, literally lying in a puddle of god knows what on the barrack floor, the lads couldn't believe it was me that dropped as I was prob fittest in the squad, just shows what a difference a few pints of pwemium h2o the day before would have made. Many years later had a bad experience with energy drinks, not a fan of them but my usual 5am commute was a struggle one particular week, so rather than doze of at the wheel I chugged a couple accompanied by gratuitous amounts of haribo, by 10am I was shaking & hyperventilating, fixed it with with a 5 mile fast walk followed by a mixed grill, I'm sure the walk fixed it but better safe than sorry ๐Ÿ˜‰, but I could see how someone could panic & head to a&e.
  12. Amen to everything the man above said, ditch the full pc's & just use something that carries what you need. If you still need something that has military pretensions, can't recommend a bulls mle platform enough, 6 rows of mole, open back so doesn't hold the heat in but does have small molle platform on the harness so you can mount a hydration pouch on it, super comfy too, I wore one for a 72hr pretty hard core milsim, with a 120l Bergen on my back, didn't even know I had it on, id have killed for one back in the day when my everyday rig was 58pattern.
  13. Tackle

    Hydration Pack advice

    I always run weak Hi-Juice squash in mine for the same reason, hate the plastic taste ๐Ÿ˜‹
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