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Bear last won the day on July 23 2017

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  1. One Bear to another, I wouldn't care if you still went by it. My attendance is hit or miss these days due to work and my other hobby. I'm rather distinctive on the field, so I doubt anyone would confuse us. Welcome Back.
  2. Well, guess I'll have to drag myself out of hibernation for this. I'll put myself down for green for now.
  3. Bought some parts from him, they were exactly like he described, and he even drove down and dropped them off for me. Would do business with him again in a heartbeat.
  4. I'll be there on tan, running my pistol carbine primary.
  5. First update, just to tease you all. I've taken the Killbucket m1919 .30 cal machine gun pattern and begun to convert it into a usable cad file. I'll be cutting it from 10 guage sheet and welding/riveting where appropriate. This won't be you standard support gun, as I'll be configuring this with a chainsaw grip and probably a different barrel shroud configuration. The plan for the internals is to use an m249 gearbox and a p90 hopup. I'll be designing a piece to 3d print to take advantage of the top loading p90 hopup. Ammo and power will be fed through a chute from a box mag that will configured as either a satchel or back pack unit. :Edit: I've only got a few internal pieces left to render, that will have to wait until I have the internal components. In the mean time, here's a mockup from the CAD drawings. More updates to come.
  6. Bear

    Radio And Headset

    The Baofengs have a channel mode, and you can program the frequencies to correspond to the right channels. Those channel only ones are usually FRS frequencies. Those who weren't sharing were likely still using GMRS and FRS frequencies, but with CTCSS sub frequencies programmed in. You'd need to know both the send and receive tone to hear and talk with them.
  7. Awesome. I think I've got a spare c-clip from a parts gun, if not, I've got access to a 3d printer lol. I'll PM you and we can work out specifics.
  8. Is the Prowin complete? If so, I'll definitely take it off your hands. Hell, I'll take it if it's not, honestly. The shape of the chamber looks like it'd be easier to make a mount.
  9. Sadly I have to back out. I have to pick up my wife from the airport around noon.
  10. Just as the title says, I'm looking for a complete hopup unit for the P90(factory or otherwise), a (preferably) complete aeg gearbox for an m249 (no wiring needed), and a stock m16 length inner barrel. I'm going to be scratch building a m1919 from Killbucket's pattern, and I'd rather not pay new price at the moment.
  11. If you bought it recently from a business, I'd exchange it before trying to modify the rifle itself. You'd void any warranty and potentially make it difficult to resell later.
  12. I'm not sure that it can, if it's made like the real steel versions. The sling ring plate has a piece that fits into an indention in the receiver. It only goes on one way. It should be able to be swapped out either way.
  13. Bear

    Radio And Headset

    My personal experience, so your mileage may vary. A lot of the time my usage of a radio will depend on how big of a game it is, and how big the field is. A milsim with a few hundred people? Yes, it's very handy for at least one person in the squad to have a radio for getting missions. A small open play with 20 people? Probably not necessary. Don't worry about getting one right away. Once you have more experience under your belt with different games, you can better determine whether you need one.
  14. Bear

    Radio And Headset

    There is a programming cable and software that you can get that works for the baofengs. I honestly didn't find it that hard to program by hand once I read a few tutorials. You have to go in and delete the old settings before you can program the new ones, which is the most annoying part. I did it while watching a TV show, so it wasn't as tedious as it could be.
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