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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #465 on: 28-04-2014, 01:04:17 »
Holy shit that STG 44 is beautiful!!!  :o


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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #466 on: 29-04-2014, 08:04:19 »
How does he like the Mosin?


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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #467 on: 29-04-2014, 18:04:14 »
The Mosin is really good! The only tricky part is the loading system, and if you don't use good quality BBs and loosen the hop-up too much they just roll out. Otherwise it's very nice.
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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #468 on: 30-04-2014, 02:04:52 »
So a dude invited me to go airsofting with him later this month.  I am a WW2 reenactor, will I get weird looks if I wear some aspects of my French uniform to go airsofting?  I want to get it dirtied up.

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« Reply #469 on: 01-05-2014, 23:05:25 »
Really not! Here we usually have a mix, people all geared up for WW2 scenarios and modern ones.

Here, it doesn't matter as the teams are split by camo's color for exemple TAN vs GREEN or Digital Camo VS Other.

The bonus of having WW2 gear to play is that you can play "standard" modern games and you can play WW2 ones too. Also players love to see nicely done non-modern kits.
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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #470 on: 02-05-2014, 21:05:43 »
You could act as a VIP time traveler for your team for a protect the VIP scenario  ;D

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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #471 on: 02-05-2014, 22:05:49 »
haha, good idea.

I think I'll wear my German camo smock and trousers, but not the stalhelm.  I'm a little worried about being pigeonholed as a Nazi.  I'll wear my French or Soviet helmet instead.  Since I doubt I'll be using a period airsoft gun, to hell with historical accuracy.

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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #472 on: 03-05-2014, 22:05:08 »
Well as long as you don't wear any SS/Nazi symbols you should be fine...
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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #473 on: 05-05-2014, 12:05:47 »
Random pictures from our games  :)











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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #474 on: 05-05-2014, 12:05:22 »
Type of nerding I can appreciate.  :)

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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #475 on: 16-09-2014, 22:09:25 »
My good 'ol Viva Arms MG34!

Cant wait to get my beauty tried out with the newly arrived AA sight this weekend, we allso got the AA tripod, though not at my location.

The lafette is an postwar one and i am currently stripping it for paint and fixing it.





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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #476 on: 08-10-2014, 09:10:52 »
I'm still waiting for you to post photos of a brand new Matrix Mg-42 Sn00x. I know you'll end up picking one up  ;D

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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #477 on: 08-10-2014, 11:10:49 »
I'm still waiting for you to post photos of a brand new Matrix Mg-42 Sn00x. I know you'll end up picking one up  ;D

Allready got one, though its at my friends place since we bought it co-op! (He's my wingman in the sidecar of my motorcycle)

We allso got an original mg53 with shoei internals, that thing is a beast.
Some of the other lads got an RS brengun rebuildt to AS.

Latest project is an actual M2A1 howitzer from 1942. It belongs to the salut group i am in within the army, though negotiations have begun to see if i can borrow one for our re-enacts/airsofts. Ofcourse building a 40mm system that can be installed and removed at will on the howitzer.

Ofcourse we got an 1944 GMC truck Airborn model to tow it! Fun fact; for those we dont know what the airborn gmc version is, it can ble split in half and dropped in parachutes and assembled on the ground again.
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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #478 on: 09-11-2014, 18:11:11 »
Hi lads,



Unfortunately no WW2 stuff, and no reenacting.
Inspired by the Austian 'Jagdkommando'.

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Re: Airsoft
« Reply #479 on: 13-11-2014, 22:11:51 »
What kind of AUG and comms?

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