stfu milk, not erryone is trying to be edgy and cool like you!!
Brands on each? I wish that was a real Glock though, fake glocks replicas just make me sad.
doing it right?
i held the beta project mag-k
the mock bolt carrier is sticky as fuck but otherwise it's a good to go tacticool ak
Its consistent within 2 fps of 320 with .25g. I can hit mansized targets at 130ish with it. It works wonderfully for field
FPS spread will tell you about the accuracy. Range is simply dictated by the hopup and bb weight you use.
An inner barrel and hopup can be easily replaced and installed if you have to, but a bad fps spread and poor compression can be way more troublesome. I know you don't really have cash right now, so you've really gotta think longterm.
Did I just lose a trade D:
Wait, Dark, what brand/what all have you done to it? I know it's been brought up so much, but I'm thinking about it 'cause I'd like some sort of AK. Probably won't have cash for a while though.
Dboys, full steel real wood with a red madbull bucking. I'll toss in the original bucking and a prommy nozzle too. Battery, 5 brown mids, a high cap and the shit charger
Btw dark if i can rid myself of this bullshit depression garbage i'll work on the SCAR tomorrow. So don't you go anywhere.
Today was pretty shit. Went to a different field to where i normally go, and the guys running the games decided late in the day since one team was owning (because NONE of them were taking their fucking hits) to put us all against a group of them.
The game idea was pretty solid, they die once then fall back to the next building, we push up.
Then we got to see the building and it was at the far end of a very, very empty field.
Some of the people i came with decided to make things more entertaining by simply rolling all the way to the building. Then, by running shirtless at their support gun shirtless armed with nothing but a knife and harsh language.
Last game we had an awesome prop. It was a small nuclear thingy that had a tilt sensor that would go off ig you didnt keep it level while moving it. It could only be moved by the "tech" and if he tilted it too much it had a 30 foot kill radius. Also had 10 keys carried by the attackers that the defenders could use to activate it for vairious objectives. It was funny because the tech couldnt keep it level in 2 feet of snow in rough terrain.
Yall niggas jelly.
Are all airsoft places shit-ily organized?
Out of paying for 6 hrs of play, you only get like 2 hrs of play. There's two groups that rotate who's on the field, so you sit out for about 20 mins extra. Plus every few games they count for ten minutes to re balance teams. They also switch the separated groups a lot, so you might sit out two games in a row or play two in a row.
The not calling hits thing I've stopped giving as much of a shit about. This guy, around 25 yrs old, kept bludgeoning me and my brother for "bang bang" kills. It doesn't help that only a few refs do their job.
I'm also a "cheater" because the spawn rules change every week and no one told me. Every ref has different rules, and it's just stupid.
I had a great time at ARC airsoft today. Gameplay was significantly different than normal. There were about 50 of us out there today. Everyone was split into teams of 5-6. Our team only had 4 at first but who cares. The objective was to find items out on the field (downed satellites, missiles, briefcase bombs, downed pilots, 13 in all), read the instructions on what to do with the items, and earn points by achieving the goals for what to do with the items. The first game lasted 2 hours and covered a very large amount of land. Respawn rules were so that if you were hit you died in place for 3 min, and we would call a temporary truce between teams that shot each other out. Most people were very friendly about it, some even just calling themselves out once we had the drop on them. Our team managed to find the satellite and hide it for the game, earning 5 points. We found the missile, but it required to men to carry it and not be able to shoot. Since we only had a 4 man team we hid it for later. After doing a mad rush to hunt down these 2 kids for the fun of it, we later integrated them into our team. Turns out their teammates had ditched them. With a team of 6 we went back for the missile and moved it along the river bank, slowly advancing it to the road, to earn 2 points. Towards the end we were unsure if the game had ended or not, as a lot of teams walked off early for lunch. On our way out we found a gun case that was worth another 2 points. I think we scored the highest amount of points for the first game, which is hard to believe considering the tough teams we were against.
At the end of the day our squad was actually handed a certificate for best sportsmanship on the field. This blew us away and we were honored that we were recognized for it. Definitely one of the best games I've had in years.
Filforce games in NY are 5 hours of jerking off then 2 hours of play, then if theres a lunch break then half the game jerks off for that 30 minute lunch break and really theres only 1 hour of game play left with half of the original members playing.
Played airsoft today at the abandoned brick factory again. It was a lot of fun but I am 100% sure my friend isn't calling his hits.
Also I tripped over a piece of metal and I got a pretty nasty scrape on my hand. All in all, it was a fun day
instead of spending 600 dollars on a vest, it would be a better idea to use 600 1 dollar bills to make a platecarrier.
So it turns out Combat Machines don't have TM-Spec buffer tubes. Brilliant. :I