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Bolt/ Shotty only game @ RPC in Fremont, Nh 1-22-12.

 

So much fun! Take ROF out of the equation and the game changes drastically, no walls of plastic to hide behind...pure skill here

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxQ306cfOvg

 

Video name: Tjärnan CQB

Location: Sweden

Info: CQB airsoft game at an old Mental institute closed down in the 30's.

Weapons used: Only PTW.

Gear: Most Eagle Industries, London bridge Trading, Warrior, Mayflower R&C & Cryye or other RS stuff.

Recorded with: Gopro HD Hero2 in 1080P

Edited in: Sony Vegas Pro 10

Music by: Two steps from hell - Kickdown & Shed my skin

Hosted on: Youtube in 1080P

 

Friends reenacting Navy seals, me reenacting an Australian Special Forces Operator.

Hope you guys at Arnies like it. :)

 

Until next time, have a good one!

Best regards

Andreas

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We can see the difference training for training. The last man doing it it's an elite police force officer.. so you can imagine what we've learning with this workshops.

 

Let us see what gonna be on the video part 2!!!

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The Lion Claws X vid was a first for me - the first time I have seen anyone actually using the M4 front end adaptor kit on an AK.

 

Reminds me of an old saying, 'What has been seen, cannot be unseen!' :P

 

Surprisingly realistic throughout though, I'm not sure if it was the desert feel to the surroundings or just the fact that everyone had American accents but I felt I was watching and Iraq documentary or something.

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Video of my WE/AFC Colt M4 CQBR Open Bolt Block II / MAGPUL CO2 rifle.

 

 

My first video made with my new Nikon D7000 and some DSRL video equipment, also first time editing video :P Not great but not terrible either.

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The Lion Claws X vid was a first for me - the first time I have seen anyone actually using the M4 front end adaptor kit on an AK.

 

Reminds me of an old saying, 'What has been seen, cannot be unseen!' :P

 

Surprisingly realistic throughout though, I'm not sure if it was the desert feel to the surroundings or just the fact that everyone had American accents but I felt I was watching and Iraq documentary or something.

 

It's a cool location, for sure. They use it for real Army/Marine training fairly regularly... at the beginning of the video when the Humvee drives through the two rows of things that look like outhouses? Those are for practicing breaching.

 

And maybe I can do one better on the AK thing... today I saw a guy running a SR-47 conversion... with 5.56mm AK waffle mags. :)

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NSFW due to language, just thought I throw that out there.

 

http://youtu.be/0VzOSKzE7o8?hd=1

 

Rargh.

 

On slightly more serious/disclaimer type note, I'm normally a fairly quiet player but sometimes I get wound up by people doing things 'wrong'. I'm sure there are a million and a half things wrong with my entry methods/etc but in this scenario D5 was the enemy players base with their regen about 30m away. The marshalls were deliberately holding enemy players to amass into a counter attack force so we were running out of time.

 

In short, people fannying about during an 'assault' really grinds my gears.

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In short, people fannying about during an 'assault' really grinds my gears.

 

Oh yes.

 

Agression and momentum are the way to take a building. Lots of pyros help too.

 

Going to have to go down to Anzio again, had a great time when I visited.

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- Part 1

 

- Part 2

 

Turnout was around 125 people to this event. Teams were American, British Para, and German. To the people put effort into period kits, I thank you, it made for an awesome enviornment.

 

I attended with our German WWII airsoft team, Das Land Pirats. I was the local friendly morale officer!

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first skirm with the new helmet cam. i'm gonna be doing this every time i go out.

also be doing other type's of vids on this channel, but all airsoft related, i wanna go big so check out the channel, subscribe if you like it or drop me a message with ideas of how i can do things better.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJHN5OiwtWA

Another awesome day at the old mental institute that was closed down in the late 30's. CQB airsoft, Friends doing a Navy Seals Impression. And of course my good old friend Hubbe, playing as "The Brit" on our team that have really nice gear (MK4 Osprey, MK7 Helmets and so on). Watch and enjoy! Don't forget to sub & comment. icon_smile.gif

 

Recorded with: Gopro Hero2 in 1080P

Edited in: Sony Vegas Pro 10

Music #1: Copperhead - Two steps from Hell

Music #2: Acceptance - Tesseract

 

Some of the gear seen in the video:

Alot of Eagle Industries

London Bridge trading

Mayflower R&C

Ops Core helmets

PVS 14

Systema 416 mod

Systema PTW MK18, CQBR etc.

AOR1

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Lol, Brammer, that was rather different to most airsoft videos. Well done on some great action throughout.

 

It may have been asked before, and I apologise if it has but, what headcam are you using for that vid Brammer?

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Thank you for the comment. I think it should be very different from any other airsoft movie. I hate watching a 20 min long clip of a guy shooting his gun in the forest :)

 

This movie was filmed with a ContourHD 720 and a 1080 . Im getting a Roam in the next couple of days

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Ah yeah! Nice work guys. One of the best videos, and funniest, that I have seen in a few months! Keep up the good job over @ Denmark.

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