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About -Angel-

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  • Birthday 02/21/1986

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  1. A shiny new AK47 arriving yesterday, which is soon to be a battered and worn AK47. Just 'cause i'm leaving the country next year doesn't mean I can't have nice things in the meantime.
  2. My CYMA CM042 has arrived this morning and I need some advice; First, where to source a Romanian or Romanian style wood foregrip. I've found stores selling an airsoft version for £35-£40, but that seems pretty excessive for some woodwork. Any other sources? Secondly, aging. Wood is simple enough, sand, bash about, stain. But artificially sanding the metal work always ends up looking to deliberate. Can anyone advise how to strip the paint down a bit? I thought I heard someone mention leaving it in soft drink and letting the acidity do its thing?
  3. Some pics from this weekend's Cold War game, British & US against Russian and East German. Only 6 guys in the US Ranger unit (very outnumbered by Brits) so while they formed the "line infantry" units, we were tasked with Recce, long patrols and disrupting the enemy wherever possible. Great fun and the best game i've played in a long time.
  4. but this seems to have the contours of a surefire torch, either 310 or 610 .
  5. I'm not reading anything on that site beyond "listen to this completely anonymous but totally genuine testimony, see the government are b*stards!". I think most companies would be far happier with someone they know can do the job, on minimum wage, than a new person every 6 weeks who could be utterly incompetent.
  6. Firstly, its nothing to do with what companies can afford. No-one should have the right to be given money if they are able to work for it. Why should someone be able to sit at home playing xbox for £2.12/hr when they could be cleaning a park or stacking a shelf? I don't see the need to reply to the last two, since i doubt there are any hard facts or statistics to back up either claim.
  7. I don't see any rational argument against it. Its ok to sit around and do nothing for benefits, but using the time you have gaining work experience is somehow slavery?
  8. Starting 6pm tonight, LAN right through to Sunday. Then on monday picking up my better half from the airport after two months apart. Should be a good few days!
  9. Crye Gen 2's arrived from the US, fit perfectly, are practically brand new, and with a much better price point than buying in the UK. If only I had a game to go to this weekend, or Level Peaks actually had Gen 3 kneepads in stock!
  10. I picked them up second hand in the UK for a good price, but I don't think the clones come with a long option from new anyways.
  11. The AOR's are regular and the real Crye stuff is long. I'm 6'3" and they're ok, but I would have gone long given the choice.
  12. My combat trouser family. Crye Gen 1, Crye Gen 2, Korean AOR1. Gen 1 shirt & kneepads not pictured, and I still need some airflex pads for the Gen 2's.
  13. Second story down; http://www.tactical-life.com/online/exclusives/ausa-winter-symposium/2/ And pictures from Combat & Survival magazine.
  14. 3 guys turned up at my local in MTP ospreys at the weekend, they'd been to afghan and back, but I was still puzzled how they got thier armour home with them...
  15. If I recall correctly from the time i took the course, there is a bracket. For a 30 zone, you're ok up to 33 (to allow for speedo/camera variance). 34-39 you're offered the "speed awareness course" (which is about £15-20 more but you avoid points), 40+ straight points and fine.
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