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About cazboab

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  • Birthday 11/26/1985

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  • Airsofter since
    I escaped the mental hospital.
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    MWUHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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    United Kingdom

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    Linwood

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  1. cazboab

    58th Shizuoka Hobby Show Tokyo Marui Products

    And my lips didn't even move...
  2. cazboab

    58th Shizuoka Hobby Show Tokyo Marui Products

    I think it's because it's so discreet and understated...
  3. cazboab

    Getting Back into Airsoft.

    Cobwebs are just 'organic free range gillie wrap'.
  4. cazboab

    Anyone still around from the old days?

    Rentals/loaners are probably the best option for anyone coming in from outside the UK anyway, the law on importing RIFs applies to anything crossing the border already, so nothing brexit related (unless we have a revolution and scrap the vcra...) will change it.
  5. cazboab

    Anyone still around from the old days?

    Yeah the problem is for everyone here but thee and me: Theoretically a block booking in a hotel or an airbnb etc would do, but schlepping gear to and fro on busses sounds far less interesting than beer and burgers around a campfire... Though if we can find a couple of sites near each other, one running Saturday one on Sunday lodgings between the two might make for a decent long weekend of pew-pew glug-glug nom-nom...
  6. cazboab

    Anyone still around from the old days?

    Is there a party pad/field for camping?
  7. cazboab

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    How do you start one of those parliamentary petition things?
  8. cazboab

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    You should need planning permission or some kind of licence for those infernal things...
  9. cazboab

    Anyone still around from the old days?

    Long may he reign.
  10. cazboab

    Anyone still around from the old days?

    As a lard bucket, it's not that bad... but yeah, I've cut irnbru, Pepsi and Coke out, not that Irnbru is any good now with the friggin aspartame... My plan is as soon as I can fasten one of my sets of webbing around my gargantuan belly I'll be heading out for a couple games at the local establishments...
  11. cazboab

    Anyone still around from the old days?

    Nowadays the done thing seems to be discord, I actually set one up over a year ago and got side tracked... Let's see what happens eh... https://discord.gg/vNzf9jW
  12. cazboab

    WE Hi Power MkIII

    Yeah, we're not even setting the bar as high as "good" "not bad" will do...
  13. Kryptek camo is pretty popular among the more fashion conscious airsofters, and since I assume they have heads, hats in their swanky camo patterns could be a good thing. I've been sent two from Supremeco that are actually a bit better than I expect from your regular baseball cap, first one is the "makhai": Which comes in kryptek's Mandrake woodland pattern and has a velcro square on top instead of a little button like on most caps. This means that you can stick a tiny patch or strobe etc to the top of your head for aerial identification. Or if you're one of those boring people that live in the real world, it is far more comfortable to wear under a helmet or with a headset or ear protectors. Second one out of the hat (see what I did there?) is the "Ares": This is a similar cap, only in the Highlander desert/mountain pattern, and with vented sides which if I'm honest is probably the comfiest cap I've ever had, the mesh sides let air in to your noggin but keep most of the sun out- though I imagine they'd leave an interesting tan line on the folliclly challenged- and the velcro patch on the front lets you customise it with whatever patches you have. Interestingly (to me anyway) the embroidered kryptek helmet logo on the patch is stitched in much tighter than the one on the other cap, wich means it sits flat in the velcro and wont push patches away. The hats are made in both styles in Mandrake, Highlander and Typhon patterns, and also in a third style wich is essentially the same as the first one but with a plain green tan or black peak. As of writing all the hats are available to preorder from supremeco for $24.99 a little bit cheaper than other kryptek camo hats, and with a good few more options on style and pattern/colour, and also JD airsoft in the UK. Thanks to supremeco for supplying them for review.
  14. cazboab

    Remove the 100 post limit on sales threads

    I think the 100 post rule is the best we have available, even if it's not perfect. I think the only "better" method would be to restrict the sales forums to verified members, but something more than a username in the picture would be required, possibly UKARA membership or a token payment with a method that has age verification and an address attatched eg a credit card, but both of those have financial overheads and I'm not sure how folk would feel about essentially paying for access to the sales boards(or how Arn would feel about taking responsibility for such a system), so i doubt either of those are really viable.
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