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    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Say all you want about the bang rule, but I play it this way for 9-10 years now, and I don't hear the enemy players whine about it. I don't see the point of shooting somebody that close, when they haven't their weapon aimed at me. Airsoft is a day of fun for me, with mutual respect. Not to hurt everybody, even when they turned their back at me.
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    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Tried to link my video, but it embedded the whole video in the post, not only the link
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    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Home-made Tracer Unit, B&T/TM internal tracer with SilencerCo Salvo12 6" dimensions. Check Youtube slash N5m0flgWgeo for footage.
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    H&K Picture Thread

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    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    During lunchbreak. (I'm the one with the mask)
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    Custom Gear

    Pouch made for my Anvis LPBP:
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    H&K Picture Thread

    My TM MP7 as it looks now:
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    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    You are missing something at the back of the receiver And mine:
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    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    Game a few weeks ago. About the most recent pics of me online.
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    Pictures of your Plate Carriers

    On ebairsoft, you can find the ARC-mounts for Peltor headsets. http://www.ebairsoft.com/z3ad-peltor-headset-tb397-p-5732.html My Peltor is a dualcomm, and came standard with a camo-headband, not the leather one. So I didn't have to cut my headband open. You just have to prie open the metal loops from the original headband, and connect it to the arc-rails. (it's easy done with a multi-grip http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tongue-and-groove_pliers ) Just be carefull not to damage the wires. The only downside is that you can't quickly change between the arc-rails and the headband like comtac's. And yes, it's possible you have to bend the mounts a little, so they fit good in height, and they 'click' properly in place.
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    Pictures of your Plate Carriers

    It's a replica of a Benchmade Knife. TMC BC style 141 Plastic Dummy knife (wrapped the handle with para-cord. It was way too thin and slippery for my big hands) Thx. Helmet is the Airframe clone with CP MC-cover and CP arc-rails
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    Pictures of your Plate Carriers

    CP CPC 95% completed the way I want it. Only a Zip-on molle-panel is missing for the hydration carrier. (Also in pic: CP low profile belt and Stkss)
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    Pics of your Gear

    Ok, here we go: Crye Airframe Replica Crye AF Cover Crye AF Rails MSA Sordin Dual comm Replica ARC adapters MS-2000 GPNVG-18 batterypack (replica) Glasses: ESS Crossbow Mask: 3M respirator mask (model 6000 if I remember correctly), just removed all the junk, and made custom elastic bands. NFM neck gaitor Crye Combat shirt Gen2 Crye Combat pants Gen2 Crye CPC Crye Dump pouch Esstac double M4 shingle Toysoldier Mbitr Skyeye Tac U94 PTT And weapons are TM P226 and PTW M4 thats it for the most items. I have a lot of small things on my vest, but I guess that's not really important. (not on the picture are the Crye low profile belt with the StKss)
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    Pics of your Gear

    Gear used today ingame:
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    Pics of your Gear

    Did you say Crye? (only the Helmet itself is replica)
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    Pictures of your Plate Carriers

    Yup, Real Crye CPC (M/M) I ordered if from leafgear.nl, retailer from Crye in the Netherlands. It wasn't in stock, but I only had to wait 1-1,5 months. And it's very comfy, Love it. (I made a small calculation, and for the moment, I have about 2800€ on Crye gear lying around. :S ) And to join the mag-discussion: I play with about 5-7 mid/lowcaps, and always play single or burst.
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    Pictures of your Plate Carriers

    New Plate carrier, with already some pouches. I don't think I'll change much to this configuration.
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    Pics of your Gear

    Latest gear: Things that wil change this week: Crye JPC changed to Crye CPC Replica Comtacs changed to MSA Sordin Dual com.
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    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    And I'm standing on the left side of the asian guy
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    PTW clones( DTW A&K etc)

    The other electronic parts on the mosfet-board are covered in some white stuff. (its hard, so it's not thermal paste or something) Well, I replaced the ECU and mosfet. The only A&K electronics that I still use is the selector-switch-board. If you just hook everything up (A&K switch-board and systema ecu and mosfet), you only have full-auto. Semi does nothing. So if you take a look at the connector from the selectorswitch-board, you have to switch the 2 outer wires. (so only the middle wire stays in place) Then it works as it should be. I didn't test the A&K ECU with the Systema Mosfet, because I saw a review from a guy with a DTW who did that, and he ended up with a burned mosfet. I'm not sure if the A&K and Systema ECU are 100% compatible, but I don't want to check that, and end up with another broken mosfet
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    PTW clones( DTW A&K etc)

    A&K made only 20 pieces for Europe, so they did sell fast. I have 1 too, and the build quality is indeed very good. 1 big negative point on mine was the mosfet. After 3 mags, it shorted and the motor kept running without pulling the trigger. So now I have a Systema ECU and mosfet. The mosfet is the most weak part of the A&K. It has 5 mosfets, instead of 2 (like Systema, CTW,DTW), and has no heatsink for cooling!!! (that's what caused mine to fail) Also, the selector switch board isn't compatible with Systema electronics. The wiring is different. (but if you reroute the wires, it works.) In my opinion, with the 500fps cylinder, it shoots way to slow. It would have been much better if they used a M110 cylinder, and speed gears, instead of torque gears. Also, the stocktube is too small for the hole in the body. If you tighten up the locking-ring with a wrench, I can pull the stocktube out of the body, if I want to tighten with a little extra force. A little video I made about some parts:
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    Custom Gear

    My latest builds: Shotgun-shell pouch. Holds 8 shells. The tab keeps in in place, but is flexible enough to bend when pulling a shell out. Empty shells can just be put back in from the top. Double Slapstick pouch, made for a teammate: Personal Wallet. (My leather wallet was at his end, and the coins were crushing my bank-cards) And Mbitr pouch:
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    Custom Gear

    I used to get it from DIYtactical, but since they are out of business, I get it from Tacticaltrim dot DE. I've searched for a long time for a decent alternative, and that's the only one I found till now.
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    Pictures of your Plate Carriers

    The weight isn't too bad. And those shoulder straps are as strong as any other shoulder straps. Just add some padding and you're good to go. And I play with a gbbr, so I know how much a mag weighs. And that radio works. I don't add things to my vest without function
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