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ScottyLad

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About ScottyLad

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  • Guns
    G&G ARP9, G17 GBB
  • Loadouts
    MTP, MTP and more MTP
  • Sites
    NSC Airsoft
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    Male

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  1. Some very good advice, thank you! I had another look at the hobbyking one - turns out it didnt actually have mini-tamiya only tamiya. I'll probably just get the component shop one as a short-term solution, with the possibility for converting my batteries to deans/ XT60 later on. Thanks again mate
  2. I have a turnigy accucell S60 and it comes with a XT60 4mm banana lead, however I’m wanting to charge mini tamiya LiPos with it. I’ve found this: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/mega-adapter-connect-almost-anything-to-anything.html Just wanted to know if this setup would work ok? There is also this from componentshop: https://www.componentshop.co.uk/airsoft-battery-charging-harness.html Any thoughts would be appreciated!
  3. Hello all, Looking at getting these batteries for my arp9: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-nano-tech-1200mah-3s-25-50c-lipo-airsoft-pack.html Does anyone know if they will fit in the battery compartment (with the extension unit)? Just wanted to know before i bought them
  4. You might have already been told, but for chargers/batteries try and stay away from airsoft shops/sites as they tend to up the prices for relatively poor quality stuff.
  5. For BB Weight it depends on whether you play indoor/ outdoor (as heavier weights are less affected by factors such as wind - from my limited knowledge anyway). In terms of a speed loader any should work, i think they are standard M4 mags which should be ok. I am also a new player so someone with more experience may be able to offer more assistance
  6. There was an interesting discussion on Twitter about this, and multiple posts saying “try and find which one is the fake” etc etc. A very interesting read if you haven’t already seen it!
  7. A helmet is nice for CQB to protect your head from doorways etc, but as long as you're careful a beanie will do just fine. In terms of face protection you could get a mesh mask that is a nylon padded material on cheeks (allows a good cheek weld) but still has the mesh on the teeth area (for good protection)
  8. Do you know anywhere else that sells that Tactical belt?, I'm looking into getting one myself - but they are out of stock.
  9. As you’ve stated it’s easier said than done, but the airsoft community is very friendly (the ones I’ve met anyway) so I’m sure they’ll make you feel very welcomed! Make sure you get some good boots with ankle protection (if you haven’t already got some)
  10. I use the Valken V-Tac Tango Goggles (with thermal lens they come to just over £30), did have some fogging issues but made a vent by removing some of the top and bottom "foam" and haven't had issues since - they are quite bulky, but they are goggles so have a nice full seal
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