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Gadge

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About Gadge

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  • Birthday 05/04/1975

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  • Airsofter since
    2000
  • Toy collection
    Ak47 (tm) Custom AKSU (tm) G36 (tm) sa80a2 (tm) M1a1 (tm) Glock 18 aep (tm), MP40, tanaka m10, lee enfield no4 mkiii.
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    Allright darling, how you doing....?
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    United Kingdom

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    http://www.ai-mag.com
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    Nottingham
  • Interests
    DJing<br />re-enactment<br />Playing guitar in 'kaltekult'<br />Girls<br />Guns<br />Militaria<br />Airsoft

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  1. Two ways were common. The standard way is to attach the top clips of the poncho roll to the small d rings that hang of the bottom rear centre of the belt and the each side clip to the corresponding ring on the ammo pouchs (this also pulls the pouchs nicely back). This solution can bang on the back of your backside a bit and additionally some guys aquired a second poncho roll for NBC kit. To fit a second one is a real pig and requires fixing the top clip to the back of the kidney pouches and the side clips to the top of the ammo pouches. You can almost see how the top roll attach
  2. Thanks for the kind words, i'd forgotten about writing that one. I remember being quite angry at the tim though!

  3. I just read this --> http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=133872&view=findpost&p=1664013 <-- post, and frankly I was blown away. Hats off to you sir.

  4. Much obliged. Thanks for having me guys, i hope I can help this forum continue to be the best.
  5. Pics from our WWII fieldcraft and sniping training day, instruction by a former British Army sniper. Just a couple from the day. Once again, thanks to Pete for all the hard work he put in and to all our 'students' who gave 110%at a very arduous day with only a short (in the field) brew up at lunch!
  6. Mate if you read this in time go to the AI stand, we've four or five Zahal slings for sale cheap... If 'i'd have read this before going and coming back i could have brought one back for you!
  7. RE nettle and brambles you just get on with it. My knees were a bit bloody by the end of the day but didnt really hurt... diving prone was pt luck but to be fair its a very heavy and thick but of kit so unless you get caught on the esposed knee its tougher than trousers. Squatted on some sharp twigs once but meh.. we're re-enactors and the Gordons did it in the battle for France so it was good to see how tough those guys were fighting for weeks in kilts and BDs... Unlikely to do that loadout again mainly because there are very few early war games and after dunkirk kilts virtual
  8. Glad you appreciate em, thought it was a little different fighting in kilts and wool battledress in July... hardcore lads us...
  9. Actual skirmishing in kilts at an early war game this weekend. Even with heavy brambles and nettles we were fine, few scratches on the knees but no worse than you get *through* BD trousers some times. However the kilt, kilthose and puttees kept out all of nature... We did expose our selves a but when diving prone though....
  10. Third guy is former British Army too...
  11. Guys I used to teach 'compliments and salutes' to recruits. Its to show no harmful intent... its in Queens Regulations honestly.
  12. From last week or so's training day.... We portray a British glider infantry section (We have a polish trooper along too for the observant!) - all weapons are airsoft... even the mortar!
  13. Ah cool, thanks! Heres a few more. yith: Nige: 2" mortar (yes it works too...) Me
  14. Shoot n scoot Lee Enfield No4. Sort of the team default rifle. original wwii woodwork with recast receiver and fore sight.
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