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    March 2005
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  1. That's one of the most clever t-shirts I've seen in a long time.
  2. Many of the folks who purchase the real steel Bushmaster ACR "Basic" are electing to change the stock from the fixed to the adjustable folder, but are keeping the MOE foregrip. I actually like not only the look of the polymer MOE foregrip, but the weight savings as well.
  3. I'd like to see different foregrip offered. There was a company called Monolith Arms that did a PS90 style grip that was pretty cool, but Magpul purchased the company and the foregrip was discontinued.
  4. Thank you taking the time to do that review and post it. Really appreciate it.
  5. Check out ratworxusa.com for real steal rails for the Steyr and MSAR STG 556. Not sure how well they would fit an airsoft copy. I don't understand why we don't see better airsoft copies of the latest AUG and MSAR STG 556 rifles? Especially since the AUG is so popular particularly in video games like Call of Duty.
  6. Turn your BDU's inside out when you wash. Wash on cold. Air dry if possible. Same works well for blue jeans FYI.
  7. They're all getting in bed with airsoft manufacturers now so that they get another stream of revenue. Think about it all they have to do is allow some company to have license to use their trades and not only do they get money they didn't have before, but they get an Asian company that can help go after those who infringe on their intellectual property rights. We're seeing a lot of real steel companies forming pretty close relations to airsoft companies and I think it's a good thing the whole way round.
  8. I wish that Steyr and MSAR would work with airsoft companies to make licensed copies of the Steyr AUG A3 and MSAR STG-556 and E4. I have a real steel STG-556 and I would like to have an airsoft version for training and recreational airsoft purposes.
  9. I think that's being a bit negative. Civilians can already purchase thermal devices if they've got the incredible coin to shell out. Eventually it will be sold to LEO and then as tech progresses they'll be available to civvies who feel like dumping as much as they would spend on a decent used car on it. They just wont ever be available for export.
  10. Now that's a GREAT BIG BUSHY BEARD. I know they do it to get respect from the locals, but it looks like Santa trying to kill you.
  11. Just takes the money to make things happen in America. James Cameron has his own Blackhawk.
  12. Two SU-27s are currently available for private sale in demilitarized form through Pride Aircraft of Rockford, Illinois. They will in addition to helping you maintain the aircraft also help you obtain your license to fly one. All legal and well within U.S. law. The SU-27 is a modern current front-line military fourth generation aircraft in service around the world. That's fact.
  13. There are two SU-27s for sale right now in the U.S. for $5 Million a piece. Would be pretty cool to have actual air support to call in for a game.
  14. Gen 2 is excellent. D-300s are definitely the way to go if you're on a budget.
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