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Lozart

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Lozart last won the day on January 6

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  • Guns
    Custom M4
    CA MP5K
    G&G SCAR-L CQC
    TM HK45
    A&K M249 Para
    M14 EBR Mod1
    Specna Arms MK18
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    Red Alert, Newbury
    Ironsight, Andover
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    In your base, stealing all your kills

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  1. I'd suggest a strap wrench.
  2. Depends on the receiver you have but if it's this type https://www.fire-support.co.uk/product-info.php?id=2703 I'd say the 32P1.5 version is your best bet. It's am M32 thread with a pitch of 1.5mm which is the standard "Marui type" receiver threading.
  3. Your Google-Fu is weak... https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-employers-and-businesses-about-covid-19/guidance-for-employers-and-businesses-on-coronavirus-covid-19 (updated May 18th)
  4. Translation: we got rumbled and reckon if we make up some bollocks about not having seen the right bit of paper nobody will think we were just being dicks.
  5. Sounds like you need a better dump pouch Never lost a mag from a dump pouch...
  6. Points for ingenuity but I'll just leave this here from the Spiritus Systems website FAQ page
  7. Hang on...do you mean Scotch Whisky? Or are you including Maker's Mark, Suntory etc? What about the single malts from Blackmills?
  8. Was just reading the thread. I don't think they expected that to turn into a dumpster fire quite so quickly!
  9. It generally covers for third party injury claims. If someone hurts themselves due to negligence on the part of the organiser/site owner then they're entitled to make a claim. The waivers that most people issue are badly written and not really worth the paper they come on but they're seeking to indemnify the organiser from you hurting yourself through your own fuckwittery/the idiocy of others and trying to claim. For example, if the site owner states during the safety brief that you cannot throw a BFG overarm, then someone does and it puts you in a coma then the site organiser has sought to remove their own negligence from the equation by including it in the mandatory brief. By signing the waiver you're effectively saying that you won't sue the site for the injury which was solely down to the idiot that threw the BFG. Organising a game during the current restrictions in and of itself could be construed as an act of negligence by the the organiser themselves.
  10. Investigations are ongoing...
  11. Gunfire usually deliver in about a week.
  12. It's a universal constant! Drives my wife up the wall!
  13. Absolutely. Come with all the buts you'd need. My base build is an E&C receiver so it's the same OEM as the original Specna Arms series anyway! You may need some barrel shims to get it lined up spot on but they're a fiver a pack! The rail has been on and off a few times during the build process but it's never been out of the house let alone skirmished!
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