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  1. Version 3.0 of the pics of your weapon thread. Contiued from here - http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/inde...showtopic=15469
  2. Continued from previous thread here - http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/inde...opic=31746&st=0
  3. http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/inde...c=2922&hl=sales Didn't search that hard. Using the word "Sales" limited to site suggestions subforum brough that up immediately. Definative answer from Arnie contained within.
  4. I was NOWHERE NEAR THE *fruitcage*-ING TRUCK!
  5. As I said, I initially thought it must be a permissions thing, but if Jebus and Drew are getting it it can't be.....
  6. I think Sledge is making the point that when he clicks the x% he gets an error message. havoc was complaining of something similar - I *think* it's a problem with the 'regulars' member group.
  7. I don't see how.It was a flagrant commercial post, both of your site and the motorcycle, without Admin approval. I've just gone through the news page, and i see no such announcement, nor was such a change in policy notified to us. Your post broke the rules. It got deleted. End of. If you'd bothered to search, you would have seen that we have TWO admins you could have gone to for approval. Feel free to submit it through the proper channels.
  8. And I'd prefer it if people didn't *badgeress* when their threads get deleted for breaking the rules, but we don't always get what we want. They were flagrantly commercial, advertising the posters company, Summit lake films. Yes, that's right, the company that did the filming, advertisng their website. In addition, you were also advertising the motorcyles used Flagrant Commercial advertising without Admin approval = deletion. Finally, posting the same thing in two separate areas is creating a duplicate thread. All in all, not a good start. Any m
  9. Hardly 'closet' when I came to the SNAFU forum and went 'Hay guys, I wantz a TOTS loadout ZOMG1" and asked for advice. http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/inde...75entry511975
  10. Nah, I just had issues with my m4 so went pistol only for most of the weekend. It's in the dropleg you can see on my right leg. Yes, well, that works too.
  11. I stared at that pic for ten minutes before I actually worked out where his head was. That's the best gille ever.
  12. In addition - we don't have time to be PMing everyone as to why their posts have been removed, it would double our workload. If it goes, it's gone for a good reason.
  13. Wow, and there's a mature response. Newbies I have no problem with. Noobs who don't do their research and spam the channel get kicked. [23:50] <Ghost_Rider> go read the VCR bill forum, come back when you have a sensible contribution If you read through the VCR section as you were advised, you would see that yes, as far as the law is concerned, assemnbling a 'kit' of parts IS classed as manufacture. For the record, you were banned for repeatedly spamming a worthwhile debate with illegal suggestions. I've highlted them below for other users edificatio
  14. Just for the record - what smaller GBB pistol do you know of that out-powers the deagle? Cos I can't think of any......
  15. God, Marlowe really does look short next to you.
  16. It was actually going ok, showing not all members of that site are wankers, but then it all went down the ###### again. Please see my previous blog for my entire response on the matter.
  17. Dammit. Resistance.....fading......Mp7 lust.....increasing.....
  18. Yeah, sorry, duh. I'm right handed.
  19. Except, as evidenced by the multitude of pictures.....a lot of real contractors do wear camo - perhaps not the same as the forces they fight alongside, but they wear camo nevertheless. So you can't say wearing camo is 'innaccurate' - it's not, and we have the pics to prove it. PMCs extend far beyond the percieved security guys. Most of those that work in and around US bases (i.e. a huge percentage of non-military in Iraq) will wear DCUs. Primarily doing so to blend in (i.e. so they look like any other person on base, a US soldier). Where you might not want to be readily identifi
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