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About Dentonboy

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    Contents Under Pressure. Do Not Puncture.
  • Birthday 05/01/1982

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  • Airsofter since
  • Toy collection
    G&P M16A4/M203, Star M14 SOPMOD (V1), TM FAMAS F1, TM Uzi, TM PSG-1, TM 416C, TM M4 MWS GBBR, TM M870 Breacher, TM Desert Eagle NBB, SRC Mauser HSC NBB, TM Beretta M92F GBB, TM Beretta M9A1 GBB, TM SIG P226 E2 GBB, WE Glock 19 GBB, KJW Glock 27 GBB.
  • Most likely to say
    "That'll learn you..."
  • Country
    United Kingdom

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    England - Present Day.
  • Interests
    Married Arsenal fan who skirmishes between changing my daughter's nappy, teaching the youth of today and writing articles for a few websites. I currently play with: G&P M16/M203, Star M14 SOPMOD (V1), TM PSG-1, TM Uzi, TM FAMAS F1, TM 416C, TM M4 MWS GBBR, TM M870 Breacher, TM Desert Eagle NBB, SRC Mauser HSC NBB, TM Beretta M92F GBB, TM Beretta M9A1 GBB, TM SIG P226 E2 GBB, WE Glock 19 GBB, KJW Glock 27 GBB.

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  1. Dentonboy

    MGC Ingram M11 PFC

    Sadly not, sorry. I literally picked it up at a stall at the W&P Show circa 1996 or so. Never knew exactly what it was until this weekend.
  2. Dentonboy

    MGC Ingram M11 PFC

    Also including the hand strap.
  3. I have recently found my MGC PFC Ingram M11 replica prop gun - purchased from The War and Peace Show circa 1996 - and residing in a loft until this weekend. Never used to fire PFC rounds so absolutely no idea if it works properly. The semi-automatic seems to cycle well. The magazine has a little external rust which will be cleaned ASAP. The rear sight panel has been glued after coming loose following a knock, but overall condition for a replica which has been in a loft for two decades is not too bad; there are body work scratches and such. Suppressor included. Offers considered. Thanks Greg
  4. Dentonboy

    Loft clearout time!

    How much for the Elcan scope please Arnie - and any pics at all? And the Socom M9 - price at all please? Thanks!
  5. Dentonboy

    Loft clearout time!

    Anything RS, WA or TM tbh thanks.
  6. Dentonboy

    Pictures of Airsoft Stuff You Just Bought

    Needed the cap to complete my Platatac NDS camouflage set, and one happens to pop up...
  7. Dentonboy

    Marui news for the "TM Festival" next week

    Actually genuinely excited about a recoil TM LMG. Pure box office from the lads.
  8. Dentonboy

    Marui news for the "TM Festival" next week

    M249 recoil. Take all of my money.
  9. Dentonboy

    Beretta Picture Thread

    Thanks Hitman, I have enquired.
  10. Dentonboy

    Beretta Picture Thread

    D'oh, 'absolute' of course. Do they have an online presence - I can't seem to find a WA website?
  11. Dentonboy

    Beretta Picture Thread

    Well played. Abdolute classic.
  12. Dentonboy

    Beretta Picture Thread

    Where did you get that? Utterly jealous, would love one.
  13. My brother picked up the STTi version (the box looks familiar to the one above) from TaiwanGun last week for about £20. He absolutely loves it, and it seems to be an absolute bargain. The FPS noticeably shoots up once the silencer/extended barrel is screwed on, and it sounds very nice. I would say though, the plastic feels quite light-weight and I wouldn't trust it to survive a fall onto something harder than grass, so a lanyard/decent holster would be a must buy IMHO. I have the TM MK.23 and I love it. But the STTi version makes that seem heavyweight.
  14. Dentonboy

    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    Myself at R.I.F.T The Defilade, East Sussex: TAD Ranger Hoodie. TAD Force 10 Cargos. TAD Watch Cap. TAD Shemagh. Mechanix gloves. Alta knee-pads. Merrell All Out Blaze Mid boots. Safariland 6004. Bulle MLE vest with various pouches. ACM Multicam hydration pack with TAD Solas patch. TM Beretta M92F. TM Uzi. (And a gumshield giving me 'chipmunk cheeks'...)
  15. It was with a not insignificant amount of excitement that myself and the G.W.S Team went to this new site in Chailey, Sussex. Why was I excited? After a decade of travelling between 45-90 mins each way for a skirmish, this site has opened 5 mins away. Arriving, there was parking; enough for today, but if the site gains in popularity, it will need to be enlarged. Ample tables in the SZ and three gazebos in case the weather turned. Whilst the welcome wasn't as warm as ACE Combat's and CSW's; we were new... After a good hour and a half after arrival, Andy briefed us on the game and introduced his 2 other deputies. Teams were made out of the 30 players signed in and we rolled out into the soggy Sussex countryside. The site is very physically impressive. The playing arena is set in a vast natural crater, and in the summer it is clear that it'd be a sniper's haven. Game one did not go well. Accusations of hits-not-taken and misguided officiating had two players known to my team packing up and leaving in annoyance after an hour. We had decided to give the site the benefit of the doubt, and to Andy's credit, he evened up the teams, reiterated the rules and got us going on two further games before lunch. These were far more enjoyable and we (my GWS team) saw and used the full site area for the first time. I teally cannot wait to play there in the dry and with cover! Lunch was bring/buy your own: this rankles a bit as for a £20-25 walk-on fee on other sites, lunch would be provided. I had brought my own. Kabuto rice pots are cracking. A very decent post lunch game followed, after a lot of waiting around in the start-off points (not ideal in the cold) and this was a lot of fun too. By this point, I was cold and tired, and wanted to see my family back in my warm house a few minutes away, so I packed up and left my team to it with 1 more game to go. Overall, it is a good site, with a lot of potential and a group of regular players whose majority play fairly and with a smile. It could do with a few more officials - three to look after 30 players over a large site perhaps encouraged the non-hit taking...but their humour and encouragememt was appreciated by myself at least. The site is walkable; nothing is too far away and the site limits will accommadate a lot of airsoft weapon types. 7/10 - like trying to catch a glimpse of your sister-in-law's rack; would try it again.

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