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31 minutes ago, Jimbodini42 said:

Hi

 

QUESTION - Where’s a good place to get bulk mixed pyro?? Can’t find anywhere Uk based other than https://www.fire-support.co.uk/product/battle-box-woodland-small-box and they are all sold out 

 

thanks 

 

Enola Gaye

 

 

https://store.enolagaye.com/?utm_source=egcom&utm_campaign=header

 

(Heads up - I have a sponsorship relationship with Enola Gaye, so I could be biased)
 

‘Bulk’ means different things to different people.  Call them to discuss if you think your bulk Is big enough 

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Ladies & Gents, as it has been suggested by several people and requested several times recently, I have decided to create a new Quick Questions thread.   We have two threads previously like this

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=G%26G+T4-18+UK

Depends how good your throwing arm is.

9 minutes ago, Tommikka said:

 

Enola Gaye

 

 

https://store.enolagaye.com/?utm_source=egcom&utm_campaign=header

 

(Heads up - I have a sponsorship relationship with Enola Gaye, so I could be biased)
 

‘Bulk’ means different things to different people.  Call them to discuss if you think your bulk Is big enough 

Saw and immediately thought EG but website is so annoying to navigate! 
Can’t even see if they do thunders and bb ‘nades!? 

 

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24 minutes ago, Jimbodini42 said:

Saw and immediately thought EG but website is so annoying to navigate! 
Can’t even see if they do thunders and bb ‘nades!? 

 

 

They don't list them but they definitely make them. Chances are they're only available to trade customers though. Try calling them, the number's at the bottom of the page.

 

Alternatively you could try www.socomtactical.net

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20 hours ago, Lozart said:

 

They don't list them but they definitely make them. Chances are they're only available to trade customers though. Try calling them, the number's at the bottom of the page.

 

Alternatively you could try www.socomtactical.net

Thanks 🙅🏻‍♂️

QUESTION - 

 

anyone used the tech services at bombupairsoft?? Problems or recommendation? 
 

https://bombupairsoft.co.uk/products/airsoft-weapon-service

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1 hour ago, Jammanic said:

Anyone identify the in this pic?

 

(From the uf pro store)

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THE what ?

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On 05/07/2020 at 08:50, Jammanic said:

Ok so my brain full on shit the bed there.

 

I meant to say the balaclava!

 

Looks like a Brubeck one to me https://www.brubeckprotect.com/product/km00010-unisex-balaclava

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Umarex Fusion 2 CO2 Rifle

Hello
I'm new to this forum,and I would like if someone knows to enlighten me:

where can i buy this rifle in uk , or from abroad with delivery in uk?

I found it in several warehouses in the USA at a very good price,

but they don't send to the uk anymore??!?!?!

I would like if I can to buy it from elsewhere where they delivers in the uk

at a price close to that of usa.

If anyone has any advice or ideas.
Thank you very much

I posted wrong before so i am sorry for mystake.

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Is there any way to list a 'Want to buy' classified?

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1 minute ago, paradoxum said:

Is there any way to list a 'Want to buy' classified?


Aye, it’s the bottom option on the Submit Advert drop down menu. 

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2 hours ago, JoeR500 said:

Is there a noticeable difference between 1200mah and 1450mah Lipo’s? 

I worked out that you get roughly 1 BB per mAh so you'd potentially get an extra 250 BBs fired

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A couple more questions, new player don’t forget 👍🏻
 

what weight BBs are good all rounders?

 

also what speed loader do I need to load Sig Arms M4 magazines? Or do they all do the same job?

 

thanks.

 


 

 

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15 minutes ago, JoeR500 said:

A couple more questions, new player don’t forget 👍🏻
 

what weight BBs are good all rounders?

 

also what speed loader do I need to load Sig Arms M4 magazines? Or do they all do the same job?

 

thanks.

 


 

 

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 :) 

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If your AEG shoots close to 350fps on 0.2g BBs, then as long as you have a bit more hop adjustment I'd suggest going to 0.25g BBs, this will slow them down a little, but they will fly straighter and further. If you play CQB indoors, then just use good quality 0.2g BBs as they are cheaper and the ranges are lower with no wind.

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1 hour ago, JoeR500 said:

A couple more questions, new player don’t forget 👍🏻
 

what weight BBs are good all rounders?

 

also what speed loader do I need to load Sig Arms M4 magazines? Or do they all do the same job?

 

thanks.

 


 

 

Rule of thumb is the heaviest your gun can lift.

For CQB you can use .2s as the engagement distances are short anyway and they're cheaper.

 

I use 0.28s on my AEGs when playing outdoors bar the M4 that can only lift .25s despite the prommy flat hop.

0.25s when playing cqb

0.3/0.32s in pistols and sniper regardless of what I'm doing.

 

.25s for tournaments because M4 lol.

 

Speedloader: any will do, if you have the budget then an Odin sidewinder is the best thing ever, I understand that not everyone wants to drop €60 on a speedloader tho.

Currently using a cheapo Pmag style one, works just fine. Also have an Odin clone but it keeps dismantling itself every 2 magazines (you get the idea).

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As I have my 3rd game coming up on sunday:

How long does applying for a UKARA number take? (How long untill I can finally start buying my own RIF)

 

How do you know what battery size/type to use for your replica? (I've seen "nunchuck" type, but also a battery that is basically a long and a short stick, or only just the one stick. I found a replica I'm thinking of buying, but nothing on the website does it say what battery to use)

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6 minutes ago, Smiling-Dutchman said:

As I have my 3rd game coming up on sunday:

How long does applying for a UKARA number take? (How long untill I can finally start buying my own RIF)

 

How do you know what battery size/type to use for your replica? (I've seen "nunchuck" type, but also a battery that is basically a long and a short stick, or only just the one stick. I found a replica I'm thinking of buying, but nothing on the website does it say what battery to use)

Tell us what gun it is and we'll tell you which style of battery :)

 

It tends to be "form factor" which dictates battery type. I.e. an AK will normally store a battery under the dust cover, so you normally need a stick battery. Some M4s will have a "crane stock" which means you need the nunchuck style etc.

 

With regards to UKARA - it honestly depends on the site. What happens once you've played your third game is you fill out the UKARA form, pay membership dues to your site and they process the application for you. At my local I had mine processed within a few days.

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1 hour ago, DrAlexanderTobacco said:

Tell us what gun it is and we'll tell you which style of battery :)

 

It tends to be "form factor" which dictates battery type. I.e. an AK will normally store a battery under the dust cover, so you normally need a stick battery. Some M4s will have a "crane stock" which means you need the nunchuck style etc.

 

With regards to UKARA - it honestly depends on the site. What happens once you've played your third game is you fill out the UKARA form, pay membership dues to your site and they process the application for you. At my local I had mine processed within a few days.

Thinking of getting this one: https://www.defconairsoft.co.uk/product/gg-tr16-mbr-556wh-full-metal-with-g2-etu/ so that would be nun-chuck style battery then?

 

My mates tell me to go for titan batteries, does that make a big difference than any other ones?

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