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  • Birthday 02/03/1992

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    Organized sports, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Outdoors stuff, Reading about WWII, Acting, Airsoft, Paintball, and many other things.

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  • Airsoft Replicas Owned
    KWA G36c SRC Hopup Chamber M100 spring Angel Super High Speed Piston Tokyo Marui hopup bucking TM SOC16 KWA piston M120 spring Gaurder Pinion Gear Prometheus 6.03mm tightbore Prometheus hopup bucking Gaurder metal bushings Bigout hnub
  1. So, one of our OG teammates was home on leave, so we loaded up our gear and real-steel and drove down to a teammate's hunting property down in Nowheresville, GA, and did what we love the most. Enjoy. We were recruiting, but we got everyone we need. So if we haven't already contacted you, RECRUITING IS CLOSED. The people in this video include trained members of the US Army and US Marine Corps currently serving with ground combat units. Don't try this without receiving the proper instruction. www.daggerunit.com Gear: Josh "Twitch" B. -Crye AC Combat Uniforms -Mayflower Low-Vis Armor Carrier -BFG Battle Belt -Mostly TAG and TT pouches Josh A -NorthFace shirt, Exofficio pants -Eagle RRV w/ Spec Ops KA-BAR sheath, Esstac and TAG pouches -Merrel shoes -BlackHawk SOLAG-HD gloves -TAG drop pouch -Threw on some Arena FlakJacks once the grass started getting in my eyes Paul K. -Crye AC Combat Pants -Crye Field Jacket -Mayflower Assault Plate Carrier, slick with integrated magazine and admin pouches (GREAT rig) Billy E. -Eagle Industries highspeed t-shirt -Crye Precision Combat Gym Shorts -Tactical Tailor flip-flops (Yeah this was kinda last minute so he wasn't able to get his gear from home haha) Rifles: Bushmaster 16" AR-15 Carbine (Black furniture) - MOE handguard, stock, and pistol grip -Magpul illumination kit, SureFire 6Px + pressure pad + red light filter -BAD lever -ASAP sling mount -Aimpoint COMP M3 -MagLevel Pmags w/ Ranger Plates -MBUS flip up rear sight. -Spec Ops Bungee 1-point Rock River Arms 16" AR-15 Carbine (FDE furniture) -MOE handguard -AFG -CTR stock -BAD lever -Aimpoint COMP M2 -MagLevel Pmags + Ranger Plates -MBUS flip up front and rear sights. -Not sure on the sling.
  2. Obvious troll is obvious.
  3. Well, I'm back from Camp Geiger. I've got two months out in Twentynine Palms and I'll be back in ATL to help head up the training. Meanwhile we've got some other pretty knowledgeable team members handling that. On our last training day they went over basic patrolling and the Squad Attack/raid, including movement to the objective, designating En-Route rally points, setting up an Objective Rally Point, conducting Leader's Recon, Actions on the Objective, and all that good stuff. Pretty soon we're going to start some very basic MOUT. One of our guys who's active-duty Infantry in the 82nd will be home on leave, and he's done a good deal of MOUT so he'll head that up. Once I get back, I'll help out with the patrolling and MOUT and I'll head up the live-fire training. I'll be teaching marksmanship fundamentals as well as basic combat marksmanship and we'll be heading out to the range and putting it all together with the AR-15. We're always looking for new members, so send me a PM and we can discuss everything. Once again, you don't need to have any experience in airsoft or shooting whatsoever to join, just a good attitude and a willingness to make it out to the training days. And if you're new to airsoft and everything, don't worry, we've got a couple of other new guys on the team and we're all pretty chill anyway, and even our members who are in the military have different strengths and weaknesses so we're all here to learn something from each other and have fun. So shoot me a PM if you're interested!
  4. We also can do a little bit of live-fire training. executing a Box Drill (one pair in the chest on one target, switch to a second target, one pair in the chest, one well-aimed shot in the head or pelvis, switch to the original target, one shot in the head or pelvis). I'm demonstrating the two types of pairs, the "hammered pair" that consists of two rapid shots with the second shot delivered without adjusting aim after the recoil of the first shot. Hammered pairs are used when speed is essential, indoors, at close ranges, and when the target poses an immediate threat (sights on you, finger on the trigger). The 3rd and 4th shot are a "controlled pair," which is a little bit slower as you now adjust your aim on the 2nd shot and line up a new sight picture before pulling the trigger. Controlled pairs are used at longer ranges, when the target does not pose an immediate threat, or any other scenario when accuracy is more essential than speed. If you come to any live-fire training with us, don't worry if you don't own any firearms or anything like that. You just need eyepro and you'll need to pitch in a couple bucks for ammo. Also on another note, you don't need any experience to join. All you need is a good attitude and a willingness to learn. ALSO, YOU NEED TO BE GROUNDED IN REALITY. One of the reasons we're moving away from the organized games every weekend is because some people don't realize that it's a simulation and that their airsoft team isn't actually a branch of the DOD. We don't have any kind of rank structure, we don't wear patches of units we aren't in, or anything like that. But on the same note, Dagger Unit is all about low-key, somewhat laid back (by actual military standards) training, so if you want to learn basic patrolling, basic MOUT, and things like that, then send DaggerOperator a PM (Don't PM me as I'll be at Camp Geiger for a month without internet). So in a nutshell, if you live somewhere near Atlanta/north Georgia and would rather train and have smaller games on a semi-regular basis and attend occasional large-scale events in the southeast then attend organized gamedays every other Saturday, consider joining!
  5. Use a GBBR. If you want loud, get the WE Gen II or the new KWA LMT M4 when they come out. The KWA MP7 and MP9 are pretty loud as well. However, if you really want the intimidation factor, then a M249 SAW PARA with the DaytonaGun GBB kit (external air rig) is king. Also, aluminum piston head + cylinder head will increase noise, but if both are alluminum it will put more stress on you GB shell if you don't have a sorbothane pad on the cylinder head.
  6. Here's what you should do, in my opinion. I used to run ACU's and this worked really well. Paint a base layer OD, or Foliage Green if you can find it. I recommend Krylon Camo Fusion paints. Then, wrap the gun in a mesh hunting jacket, available at Wal-Mart, and spray paint the gun Tan. Let it dry, then take off the mesh. It looks really good next to ACU.
  7. My old, sold GBBR. I planned on doing a BLOCK 1 SOPMOD build but the thing was internally crap and I ran out of $$.
  8. Only 12 spots left as of 1245 today!
  9. I'd definately get some sort of hard facepro. I used to not wear facepro, and this was the outcome: I personally use this: http://www.amazon.com/Hakkotsu-lower-airso...3/dp/B003C4KQI2 It doesn't look all that pretty, but it works and I can shoulder a rifle with it. The big thing with facepro is that you have to get something that will allow you to get a cheek weld. BTW, the flakjaks ARE milsurp. That's why they're cheap. And you can get the ESS goggles for pretty cheap too on ebay.
  10. There are 14 spots left for the ATC/Replica side. Online registration has closed, but you have to call the shop ASAP at (770) 755-6320. They open at 1200 Romeo and close at 1800 Romeo.
  11. Boom. http://www.flagpatchshop.com/coflpa.html They have Indian flag patches.
  12. G&P is a Western Arms M4 that has been upgraded by G&P, as is the Inokatsu. The WA design is easily the more reliable/realistic/upgradeable design. I would go with the G&P or Ino, and add a NPAS bolt.
  13. VFC internals are actually pretty good. A teammate of mine owned a VFC M4.
  14. Welcome to ASF! I'll be going to PI in November.
  15. To anyone looking at this, I've seen it on the field and it is a BEAST! If you're considering it, get it, you won't be disappointed.
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