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  1. 7 points
    So... I heard we are on a H&K thread. I have some H&K stuff. KWA gbb fresh from this morning.
  2. 6 points
    Hi, hello mmmmm hi... it's me again.
  3. 5 points
    Good lord that's one long boi. My contribution: maximum P L A I D
  4. 4 points
    SLR B15 now properly suppressed :). Non-suppressed will use an AAC Blast Shield (that's still on back order :()
  5. 4 points
    I was told there would be pestilence... #MakeCuringGreatAgain #Impeach05Council #NotMyPlague
  6. 4 points
    VFC MP5A5 Aeg -Rs stock -Rs body pins -Rs rear sight
  7. 4 points
    My GHK uppers. Top: CQBR Bottom: 16" Recce
  8. 2 points
    New products teased on TM's site - Glock 17 Gen4 GBB (Previously announced last year) - FNX-45 GBB Black version - Ruger LCP GBB (most likely)
  9. 2 points
    Yep, another Glock boring photo.
  10. 2 points
  11. 1 point
    It went right into place and locks in place. The issue now is to lock it in retracted position. This means making a small square in stock (hacksaw/dremel/file). The price was around 60 € at Zib militaria for the stock.
  12. 1 point
    The latest ERG from TM is the AK Storm NGRS. 17/4/20 release The latest NGRS AEG from Tokyo Marui, the AK Storm NGRS, is set for release on the 17th of April... "The next-generation electric gun 'AK Storm', which is a modernized custom made Tokyo Marui Original take on AK47, reveaked! We have produced custom parts that improve operability, such as a short barrel that is easy to handle, a stock that can select the shape according to the situation, and a Magwell that is easy to change magazines, a mount base with a backup site, etc. are adopted in various places. Major features: Equipped with a shoot and recoil engine: When the trigger is pulled, the bolt is activated at the same time as the firing, and the strong recoil generated inside the body is transmitted to the whole body. An auto-stop system that stops firing when the magazine is empty. It is a model that pursues the reality of operation and operability. Bolt release mechanism: Equipped with a bolt release mechanism that releases the auto stop by pulling the bolt handle. You can enjoy realistic operation procedures. (Nice) Metal parts used: Die-casting and press steel are used for the parts of each part, including the lower receiver, to produce a profound feeling that moves to the eyes and a feeling of weight when picked up, and also achieves high rigidity. By applying a defric coat to the lower receiver, the texture of steel black dyeing processing has been reproduced. M-LOK rail system: The latest rail system M-LOK is used on both sides of the hand guard with underrail. The hand guard, which allows you to add rails only where needed, is slim and easy to handle, and has been lightened by removing meat. The M-LOK rail with a width of 20mm (Picatinny standard) comes with one of three types of slots: 3 slots, 5 slots, and 7 slots. It can be easily removed with the attached hexagon wrench. Various accessory parts: Two types of M-LOK covers, two types of hand stops that support the hand holding the hand guard, and a special mount that can be attached at a lower position with the optional “Micro Pro Site” are included. Compatible with various muzzle options: If you remove the muzzle flash hider, you can install a muzzle option with a 14 mm reverse screw specification such as a silencer. Steel Press Magazine: Includes a magazine with 90 shots and a steel press outer case similar to the real one. With a built-in follower stopper, you can enjoy just firing without putting BB bullets in the magazine. * There is no magazine compatibility with the magazine for AK74. Magazine adapter included: By attaching the adapter to the main unit, the magazine for electric gun standard type AK can be used. * When the adapter is installed, the auto stop system and bolt release mechanism do not operate. Also, the magazine for the next-generation electric gun AK47 cannot be used."
  13. 1 point
    My life hasn't changed much either. That isn't inherently bad, it just means that the people I care about are almost all online friends so the way I interact with that hasn't changed. I don't really like people or the outernet so being in the house is fine to me. You seem to have a lot on your mind, look if your boss has made you do a new job with no training that essentially absolves you of any responsibility for mistakes. I find that makes me less stressed. If I mess up, it's their fault for not training me. A fact that can (if necessary) be argued in court. I hope you find something to enjoy, a little something to look forward to. It's out there, don't close your mind to that possibility.
  14. 1 point
    A bit of progress, I only swapped from a chest rig to a plate carrier last year to make use of specific armour rules at a couple of milsims. Sent from my POT-LX1 using Tapatalk
  15. 1 point
    Actually, I'll stick with my H8R Mk2 revolvers with their adjustable hop-up, no shells, quick to load 10 shot "full moon clips", ability to actually be suppressed, and railed for mini-red dot (or scope) and weapon light. I know they dont really exist in real-steel, but they are very very good.
  16. 1 point
    Best info for camo suitable for your own location would be looking at what your armed forces wear at home. Same stuff might be hard/illegal, but it gives you the idea of the colour ratios to look for. Going for some exotic camouflage pattern can, indeed, be a pain with getting the whole set to match, since helmet covers in particular tend to be hard to come by. They are easiest to do yourself, though, if you can get the fabric from somewhere. I'd be a bit more inclined towards the olive drab than coyote, at least unless oyu can see in person how light the coyote actually is, but either should work in your environment, as long as you don't do too large patches of one.
  17. 1 point
    I vote coyote over olive. Maybe have a watch of some of the Polenar Tactical videos on YouTube and see what kind of gear they run. They're in Slovenia but might be close to what sort of environment you have.
  18. 1 point
    It all looks good. Obviously its fun to think about - but you don't need to overthink it either. That camo looks fine for year round maybe you could consider some darker trouser for the autumn and winter, but its not the biggest deal in the world. I have various camo but tbh I go more on weather then season, if that makes sense. As for olive drab vs coyote brown - whatever you think looks cool, its no biggie really. Camouflage and concealment are two sides of the same coin - camo is something you wear, concealment something you do. enjoy!
  19. 1 point
    What about just bead blasting? I’ve recently bead blasted a mafioso frame and slide and it looks amazing.
  20. 1 point
    Forgot to update but I found the issue and it was my fault. I misjudged how the gas release valve works on the magazine. I put a small teflon where the o-ring is and then put the rubber on thinking it would help sealing. Well it did in a way it restricted the gas flow to a point it made the gun unable to shoot and since I did it on most of my magazines I didn't think about it at first. Oh well. Also we found out that the propane we bought was something else as even Marui guns had cooldown issues by now. It's annoying that I didn't think about it sooner I needlesly tried to repair my WE MP7 when the only problem was the gas. Bah.
  21. 1 point
    I've used KJW G17/KP13 pistol magazines in my KJW, WE and TM pistols, so just get some of those and you should be fine.
  22. 1 point
    Some oldschool tools, because what a boring day it is.
  23. 1 point
    The luvely H&K 416 GBBR (by VFC), with stuffz and thingz. Featuring Surefire X300V and friends.
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  25. 1 point
    Thread resurrection - shazam! Devgru 2011 Jump Set up (A few small inaccuracies, but close enough for my tastes) Pictured with CAG 2012 lid:
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