Jump to content

ninja master of coffee

Forum Regular
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


About ninja master of coffee

  • Rank
    Regular Poster

Additional Information

  • Airsofter since
    can't remember
  • Country
    United Kingdom

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
  • ICQ

Profile Information

  • Gender

Recent Profile Visitors

855 profile views
  1. ninja master of coffee

    Marui Festival 2019

    Fair enough, the end result is the same though. Tokyo Marui stuff, while technically really good in a lot of ways, is expensive and hard to find, and sometimes lacks features that are pretty standard in a lot of other brands. Please don't take my post as being "anti-Marui", I own and have owned numerous Tokyo Marui replicas, my first AEG was a Tokyo Marui FAMAS, and the best GBB pistols I have are Tokyo Marui. But these days, if someone is buying an AEG, unless they have money to burn, Tokyo Marui probably aren't that high on their list and for good reason.
  2. ninja master of coffee

    Marui Festival 2019

    Yeah, it's a shame but it has always been the reality. Much as a like and generally rate a lot of their products it's also why I don't go along with the "ONLY BUY MARUI" Fanboys, it doesn't make sense to support a company with that much vehemence that honestly probably wouldn't care if they had zero market share outside of Japan. Marui are interesting inovaters, still make excellent GBB pistols, and very good, if relatively expensive AEGs but they aren't motivated by a lot of the trends outside of Japan. It's cool that they are making an AKM (only like 15 years late to the game, lol) and I hope it adds something to the market but I'm not going to go wild over something that will cost hundreds of dollars, and doesn't have a steel receiver, regardless of how reliable the system is.
  3. ninja master of coffee

    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    Which of your rifles are you using for this?
  4. ninja master of coffee

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    I have indeed! I liked it in a lot of ways but it gave me neck strain so I swapped to a side mount rail, which seems more comfortable. I'm currently playing with options and I might go back to mounting on the ultimak gas tube as I've only used this set up for one game and was having accuracy issues that day (as it turns out, possibly due to a slightly dislocated barrel clip). Mounting the T1 on the ultimak was great for aiming, perfect point of impact position, but neck strain. Edit: this set up is also noticeably heavier, so, swings and roundabouts.
  5. ninja master of coffee

    WE CT25 Colt Junior

    The fact that this can be meaningfully suppressed make me want one even more. Great review, very informative!
  6. ninja master of coffee

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    Apologies for the crappy smartphone pic. Current set up for my AK-105.
  7. ninja master of coffee

    AK sight mounting.

    So, the sight mount is very secure, I think I need to do some further zeroing and maybe a barrel and hop bucking clean as the accuracy was a tad inconsistent today, though that might have just been weird woodland crosswinds. As for posture, this seems much better, no noticeable neck pain.
  8. ninja master of coffee

    AK sight mounting.

    The new mount arrived today. I'll be using it tomorrow, it already feels like a more comfortable head position and the sight pops into view more easily. That said, that's just playing around at home, I'll have to see how it is properly tomorrow.
  9. ninja master of coffee

    3D terrain

    Excellent! I'm based in Córdoba.
  10. ninja master of coffee

    3D terrain

    This is awesome, and I think an excellent idea for larger sites in particular. I guess you're in the south of Portugal? The satalite image looks a lot like Andalucía where I'm based.
  11. ninja master of coffee

    Spetsnaz machete

    Thanks! I'll have a play around with it today, hopefully can get that done, then the last big job is finishing the guard (sketch tool is being a pain for some reason on that), and then splitting and mirroring the handle, and adding slots for the tang.
  12. ninja master of coffee

    Spetsnaz machete

    More work done on the handle. Grip ridges on one side now rendered, they're as filleted as the model will allow.
  13. ninja master of coffee

    Non-Hanging Slings

    I second using two point slings. I find single point slings distribute weight oddly and don't really allow for different carrying positions, everything just hangs off the front and puts strain on the kneck and shoulder. Two point slings allow the to be more evenly distributed across the back, as well as slinging the rifle put of the way if needs be.
  14. ninja master of coffee

    Spetsnaz machete

    Yes, I think you're correct on both counts. One other question, is there a specific tool that would allow me to add knurling onto the end cap? It's not actually going to unscrew but it would look wrong to just be smooth. Cheers.
  15. ninja master of coffee

    Spetsnaz machete

    A bit more progress today. I've started modeling the grip surface for the handle. Currently the extrusions are all a uniform length which isn't exactly accurate. Because I'm still learning Fusion 360 I'm currently not sure how to change the length of the grip extrusions, they're technically separate bodies that I'm going to combine with the main grip body once I'm happy with them. Annoyingly the press/pull tool only seems to allow me to make them deeper or shallower.

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use and the use of session cookies.