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Halloween game! Indoor CQB, pretty tight corners. My G36c suddenly decided at the beginning of the day that it wouldn't stop double feeding, so I had to run pistol only. Still did quite well thanks to it being dark as hell and very, very close in. :D

 

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Madeirense, a portuguese player using his M203 in an airsoft MOUT/CQB game:

 

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You can see the bb's flying and behind gas and some cotton that he uses to fill the bb's holes in the grenade... the effect it's great.

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What kind of shells let the BBs just fall out? I've tried 3 different manufacturer of 40mm grenade, none have ever required padding to stop the ammo just rolling out the channels.

 

Shoddy design work from the mfg that requires the end user to have to take such measures.

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I'd been working under the (incorrect) assumption that the guy Stuntman posted was using the type of shell featuring numerous channels arranged around a central gas chamber. Just never seen anyone in game actually use the open ended type in a game. Though I rarely see 40 mils being used at all these days actually, they don't seem to be as popular as they once were.

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Believe it or not, you actually get better range and spread if you use the paintball grenades with wadding at the base under BBs, then something like painters or masking tape or even another cotton ball over the end.

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Aye, they are good. Much simpler to arm than the multi-barrel types and they seem to perform better as well. Chris, I don't know why we rarely see them these days, they are brilliant bits of kit for corridors and for covering doorways. I guess the one shot capability with something so heavy puts many people off, although multiple shells means you can be free to use it when required without feeling you might 'waste' it.

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Gunman North West, Whitworth, Rochdale, Sunday 4 November 2012.

 

 

Team Djinn. I'm on the front row, centre, with the shemagh round my neck:

 

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Shortly before I threw the pyro at a bunker, taking out 4 blokes and winning the game:

 

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Looking badass:

 

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Just had to post this up as it's a great shot of my team-mates raining some serious *albatross*-kicking down on the enemy:

 

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Slamming the neutral flag in before we had to count 60 seconds until we could change it to our blue flag:

 

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Getting laced:

 

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This is a picture of me during Border War 4, taken by one of the event's photographers, Adele. As is easy to guess by those who are familiar with the setting, I was playing as a Nuevo Ordenar volunteer in the Iron Legion. ; )

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How is the SR25 treating you?

 

I love it - The range isn't bad stock @ 350fps, but the site I play at has a limit for DMR semi-locked rifles up to 400 fps. I'm currently in the process of having a stronger spring and tighter barrel fitted to take advantage.

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Quick tease of what's to come. Here are some screen shots from a video taken by another player on Alpha squad at the event this weekend. My teammates (from Global Assault Team) and I were selected to work as the Special Operations force for a scenario that involved breaching into a building and dragging a "fallen teammate" (a 200lb dead weight dummy) to the evac zone. First shot is me organizing the assault, following confirmation that Alpha had secured the front of the building (turns out they hadn't quite done that - took a few more tries to get in), and the second pic is... Well, let's just say it's an NSW breaching tool in tactical chainsaw form. I was selected to operate the breacher saw, and my God was it fun!

 

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Taken at an ultra cqb game in Denmark, using my KA 4" m4 cqb, 1,17J rof 28.

50+ kills that Day, so all in all a good Day :D

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Boom.

 

 

Disclaimer: THE BREACHER SAW WAS USED BY A TRAINED OPERATOR (me) UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISION OF PROFESSIONALS. DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS AT HOME.

 

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