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CorporalToast

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About CorporalToast

  • Rank
    AF-UK Newbie
  • Birthday 03/30/1993

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  • Guns
    TM G36c
    JG VSR Bar Fully upgraded
    WE G18C GEN3
  • Loadouts
    Mankini
  • Sites
    Anzio, The Mill Wigan, Invasion Stockport.
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Manchester
  • Interests
    Motocross, Downhill MTB, Performance cars, Boxing, AIRSOFT!!!

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  1. CorporalToast

    More Bad Apples

    wouldn't pay to much attention to the news mate, the're the biggest cunts of the lot lol
  2. CorporalToast

    More Bad Apples

    Really winds me up but........Unfortunately there's idiots everywhere mate. There is always going to be somebody giving bad rep for various hobbies, look at me with my mx bikes i take them to tracks travel far and wide not ride round on the streets. But yet i still get tarred with the same brush as those muppits that choose too. I'm big on my fireworks/pyrotechnics too but behold behold come September time the amount of youths being anti social with them really brings it a bad name. There's good and bad everywhere and everything, but its down to us to be ambassadors for our chosen hobbies to all show the good side. One thing for sure though, we definitely outweigh the bad eggs
  3. CorporalToast

    Best way to zero in a sight????

    Always worth doing mate, pisses me off when i aim and it doesn't go were i want it lol Yes mate you will always need to be redoing to some extent going onto new/different guns, because you might even need to adjust the hop up too
  4. CorporalToast

    Best way to zero in a sight????

    My way is to get a medium sized cardboard box, then draw a make shift target on some paper. Then stick it to the box and put a old t shirt lined in the back so it catches the bb's Plonk it around 20m or so and Fire off a few rounds see were there heading, then just dial it in by half turns. And if its completely out, go a full turns. Done it this way now on 4 guns and it really takes me 5-10mins max to get it nearly absolutely perfect. I know people usually rest the gun completely still but i found it difficult to always find something to balance it on! lol
  5. CorporalToast

    New cqb gun recommendations

    Would have to be the best of both worlds for me, got to be the scorpion evo, that thing is a beast. In fact its my next purchase!
  6. CorporalToast

    BB gun websites - LOL

    just wee'd a little reading this lol......
  7. CorporalToast

    Sites on Manchester area?

    Invasion airsoft in Stockport its full of brilliant guys mate, they also have an outdoor venue in Macclesfield. First and only, the mill in Wigan is brilliant and also the Anzio camp leak is absolutely epic if you can drive, all absolute mint days out. Also heard there's one up Oldham ways too, not been though so cant really say if its decent or not.
  8. CorporalToast

    First skirmish thoughts

    exactly my thoughts too haha!
  9. CorporalToast

    Total Noob That is hooked! Hi Hi

    I will have to have a gander tonight when I'm back home from work mate. I would probs prefer a full face tbh, I value it ☺ Thanks for the help! Really Appreciate it. I actually wore my mx gloves mate but they dont have much paddin, mays well of wore nothing. So defo going to grab something else. Will need to defo find somewhere with masks and stuff in stock for me to try on if they have display models, suppose it will all fall into place one way or another. Guns wise, I took a trip down to patrol base (although masks certainly wasn't on my mind while I first there) and fell in love with the krytac vector and the black rose g&g gr4 g26. Without sounding much like a twat money isn't much of a problem so not to fussed on the price. I regularly do mx/Enduro, downhill mountain biking, pc gaming, 1/5th scale petrol rc...I could literally go on. so I'm use to expensive hobbies Don't get me wrong though I don't really want to jump straight in to the deep end I'll take my time once I get my first gun. I like to build stuff up over time rather than in one go. Thanks for the reply anyway mate ☺
  10. CorporalToast

    Total Noob That is hooked! Hi Hi

    Thanks for the welcomes people. Definitely with you on some gloves mate getting shot in the knuckle hurts a lot 😂 I'm a little stuck on Eyewear though, as I wear prescription glasses. I will need something that goes nicely over the top of those, the mesh masks wasn't fun put it that way.
  11. Hello everybody, hope all is well i'm Mr Corporal Toast, Based in Greater Manchester, (Hyde) to be exact. always fancied getting into airsoft just never got around to it, went my first game on the Sunday just gone with my friend at the mill Wigan (F&O). Anyway after coming away with my ass shot to hell and a bruised/borderline broken knuckle and hefty bruise on the elbow, i think i am hooked, as crazy as it sounds. I Am already looking towards the next game, but definitely fancy some protective gear, so any recommendations is a bonus! cant be doing with another black knuckle... Anyway i Really enjoyed the cqb side...it was hectic experience to say the least... but just about to book with my friend for the Anzio camp next month to see what the its like outdoors.....cant wait! Hope All is well with everybody anyway hopefully i will get to know a few of yous and see you out in the battlefield. Got my first stamp and membership with F&O and counting down that UKARA to get my own gun. which i already have in mind haha anyway i'm just rambling on now so HI HI HI HI HI BYE BYE BYE .... for now cheers.  
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