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Everything posted by itsahak

  1. I'm interested, but not sure what kind of things you're looking to trade for...
  2. http://www.airsoftforum.com/board/Outdoor-...3#entry18666703 I hate the lap top sometimes... CAn someone please delete the duplicate thread above? Thank you!
  3. Be part of VA's longest running game series!!!! It's back! The Outdoor Campaign 6 - Outpost!!! http://www.facebook.com/events/461574143876639/ Where: Lynchburg, VA Liberty University Police Dept Firing Range When: October 6, 2012 Gates will open at 0800, briefing at 09:30, with the game kicking off at 10:00 Cost: $20 (paypal to itsahak<AT>gmail.com, or pay at the door) Age Limit: Players must be 16 or older. I will approve younger players on a case by case basis. PM me for approval. This is an in the field game! There will be no lunch break. Bring food that you can carry on your person or leave at a staging area. Teams this year will be GREEN/TAN based! Please PM or email me your preference! If you plan to pay at the door, please message me so I can get a decent number count.. Just a few weeks left!! Remember that this is an "in the field" game! There will be no break for lunch! Bring food and water that you can carry to a FOB. WE will have water available! (Free)
  4. Krylon. Cheap, easy to use, and works well. I've used it for several of my AEG paint jobs...
  5. It's illegal to play somewhere that you do not own, or have specific permission (preferably in writing) to play on. Anywhere that is within public view is never a good idea to play at...
  6. I ran a jumper wire over the top of the GB, used a soldering iron to burn a hole in the top of the stock, re-routed the wire through the whole, and used a battery bag on the stock. Another thing I did was drill down below the top rail and ran the wire out through that and to the stock, again with a battery bag. I had pics somewhere. I'll see if I can find them...
  7. http://se-tac.com/index.php
  8. #1 - paragraphs are a wonderful thing... #2 - You don't have to play there. Play at another field, or find a place where you can LEGALLY play and get some buddies. #3 - As suggested, learn better tactics, and learn better game skills. We all started out somewhere near the bottom and had to learn. Some days your the hammer, some days your the nail... #4 - The most important part is this. Remember how you feel now. When you see new players entering the game, try and take at least one under your wing and teach them what you've learned. And pass it on so that they do the same...
  9. My buddy Slic3 has the Masamune PSG barrel in his. It does come past the barrel, but not out of the suppressor front end. Heres the link to his... http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?...roducts_id=6171
  10. It's a good base to start with. A few suggestions... 1 - For a scenario that long you will need more objectives. You can add items they have to find that will forward their ultimate objective (ie. - kicking the US troops out/keeping the cartel in place) Several of these objectives can be the same! This makes them fight over the objective. Some of the objectives are simple ones with no resistance to them. OF course they don't know that, so they expect contact at any moment. I've watched guys sit over an objective for 20-30 minutes trying to figure out why they've met no resistance yet. 2 - Kill the point system. I run the longest running game series in Virginia and I've never used it. From my experience watching other promoters, knowing that the objectives are worth points breeds competition, and that leads to cheating. We've had very few hit calling issues in the six years I've run the Outdoor Campaign. Nor do we have many issues at our monthly pick up games. 3 - Embedded team generals. I've found the easiest way to run the scenario is to have experienced Game staff as team generals handing out the objectives and missions. This means you don't have to run around and give each group their missions all day long. You are free to deal with the 100 other things that pop up that will require your attention. It also means that issues big enough to get to the team general will make it to you if need be. If not,, they will handle it. 4 - Game pace and flow. Set your objectives and missions so that that you give the players a break. We normally set out Outdoor Campaign missions to last about 30 minutes. We rotate the squads around on the missions. Squad A will do mission 1, while Squad B does mission 2. Squad 3 will be tasked with protecting the team base. When one of the other two squad returns with their objective, They replace Squad 3 in protecting the base and Squad 3 goes out on a mission. And each squad can run the same mission. Squad 1 can run the same mission Squad 2 ran earlier, and Squad 3 can run them both at a later time. The squads rotate all day, in a 2 active missions, 1 inactive mission all day. This allows them time to rest, refit, and re-arm, hydrate, and fix replica issues if need be. We didn't do this the first year and by the 3rd or 4rth hour players were dropping out due to exhaustion... Hope that helps!
  11. I've done the same to recreate my work body armor. I would suggest that you wrap them in duct tape so that you don't sweat through them quickly.
  12. I don't use a dump pouch. I only run three high cap mags so I use the pouches to keep my empty's. My duty belt is from Blackhawk. I use the same one on duty every day so I'm comfortable with it. The one in the picture is some generic one from Wal=Mart I tried. For hydration I use either a Camelbak or a canteen on the belt.
  13. I've worn the Universal one for several hours, both in game at on the job. The straps are well padded and I've never had an issue with it. Mine is adjusted high enough that it doesn't interfer with my duty belt. See here
  14. Sounds like you need a chest rig like one of the Eagle Industries, 5.11, etc, etc. http://www.optactical.com/tagphchrig.html http://www.optactical.com/noname34.html
  15. Contact Airsoft Extreme. I purchased several KWA Glocks, and several Classic Army M4 CQB replicas from them a few years ago for my departmental training. Most stock replica's run between 350 FPS and 400 FPS, which will give you plenty of feel for the closer ranges. PM me and we'll talk shop out of the public eye...
  16. You can but you will have to be sure to get the Crane stock buffer tube as well. Its as simple as removing the screw from the full stock top, running the wires through the buffer tube (You may have to cut and re-solder them depending on the tube type), then screwing the buffer tube in place. Toss on the Crane stock and you're rocking....
  17. Do you have extra high caps you would sell separately?
  18. I am looking for Classic Army SR 25 magazines. Prefer high caps if possible. Used is fine, as long as its not abused. Am looking for two, but am not against buying singles.
  19. I watched his web show a year or so ago. It was kind of like masturbating with a cheese grater. Slightly amusing, but mostly painful! Ignore him, anyone with any sense and an age in double digits does...
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