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  1. Alright, it’s been a while since my last big sale. Due to a number of factors, I have a REDICULOUS amount of things and some incredibly rare items that have been dumped on me to move. I am posting up just some of it right now. This is a couple grand worth of stuff listed below for dirt cheap. I’ll start with the gems on top, move to the complete guns, then to odds and ends/parts and finish with gear. I will not be listing all internal parts (would take weeks just to do inventory) so I will list just the highlights of the internals. If there is something specific you are looking for, let me know and I will see if I can help you out from my inventory. Guidelines: -No trades on anything, this is an offloading sale -Everything is priced to move, but prices are negotiable, so hit me with it. Not looking for top dollar…looking to get it all out of my place. My shop isn’t big enough -PayPal is preferred but I am open to other options but within limits. Face to Face is great, cashier’s checks, money orders, and such must be first cashed before items are released/shipped to prevent fraudulent exchanges. Yes it has happened. -Shipping will be conducted via the cheapest method with tracking. Shipping prices have gone up substantially over the past 10 years so please refer to below for estimates of standard shipping rates for all items. -Shipping whole guns: $15-25 depending on size/weight -Shipping of medium/large parts/gear: $10-20 via USPS flat rate depending on sizing -Shipping of small parts/gear: $5-10 via USPS flat rate depending on sizing -All guns will be shipped either disassembled or with an orange tip as required by law -I am happy to work with shipping and package multiple items and such. Just ask me and I am happy to oblige. -I am happy to work package deals for anyone purchasing multiple items, so feel free to ask. -All guns are listed with no mag. If you desire a mag let me know and I can oblige. Without further Ado, the gems 100% all original KillBucket M2. Yes, it is 100% authentic and I have the paperwork to back it up. This is actually one of, if not the absolute last gun ever produced by the man himself. I have the original invoice, dated 25 Nov. 2010 with a 2 week processing leading to a shipping date of 09 Dec. 2010. Killbucket then promptly took off for the holidays on 20-31 Dec. 2010 and announced his official retirement on 01 Jan. 2011. This leaves just 10 days between order completion and vacation unaccounted for. Although it cannot be 100% stated that this was officially the last ever produced Killbucket gun, it is very likely that it is. The gun is the ABS model and missing only a box mag with feed system. It has a complete M60 gearbox in it fully wired to the micro switch with quick disconnects and a modified M4/M16 style hop up with a roughly 14 inch brass barrel. The only issues I can see is a small split on the bottom abs plate of the receiver and 8 missing screws that hold the front half of the barrel to the man part of the barrel. The split should be easily repairable and just about any screws can be used on the barrel as it is PVC. It has never officially been fielded since its creation and other than afore mentioned two things, it is in pristine condition and only on its second owner. Obviously we are not ridiculous and not looking for anything crazy, however given its situation, a price cannot really be accurately determined for it. Thus, we will entertain all offers toward it if anyone is interested. Feel free to pm me regarding it with any questions you may have. We will accommodate all shipping costs here on our end as well. Keep in mind that this gun still needs some work to be “finished.” Next is a Craft Apple Works Revolver Grenade Launcher. This is an early original model made from steel with ABS grip and shell chamber. The only issue is with the winding mechanism on the shell chamber. It still winds up easily and holds as it should, but upon closure of the rear, the spring release is initiated and the chamber spins freely and releases the tension in the winding spring. Other than this, it is in great condition. They retailed for over 500 new, this one is listing at 200 obo (hit me with a price) Now, to the guns - Two G&G FNH Licensed and Trademarked ScarL Desert Long Barrels. Both are literally almost brand new and fielded only once or twice. Both are fully working and one has a sticking charging handle. Looks to be some sand binding it up is all. Otherwise it is all good. Asking $180 each - G&G Pro-Line CQB-H. Gun has been fully rebuilt with equivalent parts and wiring kit and is fully operational. Will come with a standard carry handle not pictured. Asking $100 - Two Echo1 P90s. The top one is pretty heavily used and shows. The magazine catch/release is partially broken but still functions fine. There is a little bit of wobble between the upper & lower, worn out charging handle spring, touch-ups with a sharpie that someone once did, and one or two missing body panels. None of this affects the operation of the gun at all. Despite the cosmetic items, it has a longer extended barrel in it, a pro-win hop-up installed, a larger oversized rubber butt pad, tack light (batteries dead) and some other internal upgrades. The bottom P90 for all intents and purposes is 100% original and stock with minimal use. Both work fine and are good to go. Asking $80 each - S&T TAR 21. Literally appears to be brand new out of the box. No cosmetic issues, seems to shoot fine, and no missing parts at all. Asking $80 - ICS Sig 551 Fully Licensed and Trademarked. Gun is solid and works fine. The stock has split like is common and will need repaired/replaced. The mock bolt has a small broken off piece, but still works, locks to the rear, and still has the original removable charging handle. Asking $100 - Echo1 G36C. This is a circa 2007 model old school E1 gun that is still almost all original. It has been professionally rewired, all bushing replaced with good metal ones, and miscellaneous other internal upgrades over the years. The front handguard pin is long gone, but uses a bolt and nut setup that works fine. It is missing the left side selector switch but that is all. It belonged to a close friend, but has sat dormant now for nearly 6 years and will likely need an O-ring as well as a good cleaning and lubing. Asking $80 - Javelin Full Metal M4A1 Electric Blow Back. Gun needs reassembled but works fine. Was originally bought for a new player and rarely if ever saw any use. Buyer gets a choice of what stock (see below). Gun will come with a motor and grip as well. Can assemble and ship or ship disassembled, Buyer’s choice. Asking $80 Broken as heck MP5 variant. Unable to identify brand due to paint, but likely E1, JG, or ICS. The gas tube joint with the upper is snapped clean thru, so this is a parts gun for either rebuild or donor to another build. No clue on working status of gearbox. Will come with original handguard but no handguard pin (it is missing). If interested, shoot me a price, all offers are considered. - Fully licensed, fully trademarked KJW (I believe) Sig P226 with 2 mags. Both mags appeared to hold gas, one mag is stamped TM with Sig Sauer trades and other is stamped KJWorks. Asking $60 for gun and both mags - S-Thunder Pistol Grenade Launcher (short). $30 Can include the lower listed 40mm shell with it for $40 Now on to mags From Right to Left (backwards I know) - P90 Mags. Unsure of brand, but all are in perfect working order. Have 5 mid-caps and 1 hi-cap. Asking $9 each or all for $40 - FAL Hi-Cap Mags. Mixed assortment of mostly King Arms and Classic Army, all of which are hard to find. Have 7 of them. Asking $15 each or $90 for all. (or shoot me an offer, any offer) - SIG 551/552 hi-cap and mid-cap. Asking $10 for the hi-cap and $8 for the mid-cap, or $15 for both. Can do a package deal with the gun as well. - MagPul PTS E-Mags. These are the cheaper 75 rounders, not 120’s. Have 5 of them, 4 waffle style and one smooth style with no mag base. Asking $5 each or all for $20 - AR Style Hi-Caps Large. Mixed assortment of brand, size, and color. Have 2. Asking $6 each or $12 for both. - AR Style Hi-Caps Standard. Mixed assortment of brand, size, and color. Have 6. Tell me what you want and I can pick them out of the lot. Asking $5 each or $25 for all. - AR Style Mid-Caps. One Large one small. Large one has a ton of writing all over it. Asking $5 each or $8 for both. - AK 7.62 Style Hi-Cap and AK 5.45 Style Mid-Cap. All metal hi-cap and plastic MAG brand mid-cap. Asking $5 each of both for $8. - Thompson style Mid-Cap. Asking $5 - Electric MP7 Style small mags. I am yet to meet someone who actually owns/runs this gun. Thus, cost of shipping and they are free to your door. - AR Style Jungle Shorty Hi-Cap. Asking $5 - What I think is a FAMAS Mid-Cap Mag. Again, for the low cost of shipping, it will appear at your front door for free. - Classic Army 249 box mag. I dont have a way to test that it works, but it is complete and not broken. Asking $40 And Onto Outer Parts - G&P Full Metal Complete Body Set (upper+lower). Asking $50 SOLD - G&G GI G4 Electric Blowback Polymer body set (upper+lower). Asking $15 - G&G Combat Machine Electric Blowback Polymer Body Set (upper+lower). Upper has been already modded to allow use of non-blowback gearboxes and still have a working charging handle. Asking $15 - Complete Knights Armament M4 CQB free float rail with a fluted 4 inch outer barrel and Navy Seal trademarked 4 inch mock suppressor. I can’t seem to get the suppressor cap off the barrel, so I’ll sell it all as a kit. Asking $60 for the kit - Knights Armament URX2 10.75" free float rail system. This model has the folding front sight built directly into the rail itself. Asking $60 - Olympic Arms 4” free float rail. Asking $20 - M4 2 piece RIS system. Unknown brand. Asking $20 - 16” G&P/Knights Armament outer barrel and gas block/tube. The barrel threads are a bit gulled up and could use a rework with a die. Looks like someone tried to wrench off a flash hider that was locked on with a set screw. Otherwise barrel is all good to go. Asking $15 - Crane Stocks without any butt pads. I have one butt pad that fits but its retention clips are broken off. The other butt pad is missing an adapter, otherwise it will work. Let me know if interested. - Assorted LE Stocks. Two complete with buffer tube, one jungle shorty style with buffer, and one without any hardware. $8 for the three complete stocks, make an offer on the other. - Buffer tubes! All kinds and all sorts. $5 each? - Grips! I only have two motor plates though. If you want one, two, three, or more, they are free for the cost of shipping. Let me Know. - Random assorted M4 handguards. Multiple pairs and some mismatched. No, the MOE does not have its other half. Pay for shipping any one or numbers are yours for free - AK stamped steel wire stock i believe to by E&L. $5 - AK Dust Covers. One LCT ribbed and one lower end, sanded, and rusted partially, smooth one. Asking $5 - LCT plum painted handguard. Asking $5 - Stripped Daniel Defense Trademarked Upper Receiver. Has dust cover but nothing else. Asking $10 - Unknown G36 Magwell. Pay for shipping and it’s yours - Random unknown bi-pod. FREE! Seriously, get this thing out of my shop - Two quick Detach mock suppressors. Don’t have the corresponding flash hiders for them. Asking $5 or free with any other purchase. - EFX Fixed Stock Kit. Never used and still in box. Has all mounting hardware. Asking $25 - Unknown brand (non-S-Thunder) all metal 40mm bb shower shell. $15 - Assorted Foregrips. Asking $5 each - Assorted Muzzle Breaks. Asking $5 each or free with other purchases - Assorted rail covers. $2 each or free with other purchases - Assorted iron sights. $5 each - A&K M60 rate of fire control circuit. If you want this, its yours. And Now Internal Parts From left to right, top to bottom - CYMA mostly complete V3 gearbox all stock. It has no trigger contacts or trigger at the moment. I can dig through bins and include both if desired as well as motor and motor cage. Asking $25 - Lower end Complete V2 gearbox. I assembled this for a budget level build a few years ago that never happened. Has been cycled exactly 5 times since being put together and has not yet even been dropped into a body. It is nothing spectacular inside, mainly just generic parts on a standard ratio gearset with a good shim job, good grease, proper AOE, and my custom wiring to the rear. This was initially done as a budget build for a customer who didn’t have a lot of money, so it is not one of my bullet proof and performance builds. Because of this I won’t offer a warranty with it, but it is a solid drop in ready to go gearbox. I am happy to work with buyer and prep the gearbox with fresh lube, AOE, compression, and check the shimming prior to shipping. Let me know. Asking $40. - Complete Echo1 P90 gearbox with Dual Sector Gear setup. Gearbox reportedly pushes 275-300 fps at 40rps. Asking as is for $60 or $40 with either P90 gun. - Complete V2 Reinforced G&P gearbox. Mostly all stock G&P drop in ready gearbox. I have not touched this gearbox (yet) so it is all original from a low use donor gun. It can be sold as is, or is eligible for a complete build/overhaul by me to meet any buyer specified requirements. As is, Asking $50. If interested in a build of it, PM me for specifics and pricing. All builds come with full coverage warranty and more. - G&G M4 electric Blowback gearbox shell. Shell is used, but has all rounded corners to prolong the longevity of the shell and prevent stress fractures. Shell fully checks out with no problems or areas of concern. Ill dig and see if I have any blowback parts to include with it. Asking $15 - Modify 21:6 Torque up drop in gearset. Asking $25 - Prometheus Helical torque up gear set. Used but in great condition and silent when shimmed right. Asking $25 If you are looking for any other internals, feel free to let me know. I cannot guarantee anything, but I have a lot in inventory here in my personal shop and am happy to help. Random Things and Gear Box of Tri-Shot shotgun parts. No clue what shotgun it was. If you pay for shipping, its yours. Free Lipo Charger. Setup to do both deans and small Tamiya 7.4v 2 cell lipos. Will need a different dongle for a 3 cell 11.1v lipo. Asking $10 - Two random GBB mags. One on the bottom is clearly a KWA and not of the HK lineup of guns. Other is a KJWorks. No idea what guns they may go to. If you can identify the guns they belong to, they are yours for the cost of shipping. AKA, Free. - Thunder B grenade pins. Need any? Take these for free. - Across the top: Knee and shoulder pad inserts for “special” BDU’s Asking $10 for the whole set. Pm me if interested in only portions - Across the Bottom: Two sets of strap-on knee pads. Well used but still good. $5.00 per pair - Random helmet. What are these even worth? Pm me with any offers. - Condor Plate Carrier with plastic mock plate inserts in Coyote. In great condition. Asking $25 - Condor XL Hydro carrier in Coyote without hydro bladder. Also in great condition with all original straps for it to serve as a backpack as well. Asking $15 - Multicam Drop-led holster platform. Asking $10 - Multicam 1 point quick detach sling system. Asking $10 And Lastly I do one off custom builds specifically suited to buyer stated requirements. I guarantee AEG’s that push the limits of capability, and will do it at a better price point that anyone else. All Custom builds come with full coverage warranty for the life of the gun if it qualifies, as well as regular routine maintenance. Should you be interested in pursuing this route, specifically with parts listed above in this thread, please contact me directly to discuss pricing. Again, feel free to PM me about anything here or anything specific you may be looking for. I am happy to see if I may have it for you. - Hanback
  2. I would like to get into airsoft games. Planning on buying gear soon but would like to have a team to go to for advice on equipment and such.
  3. Hello all! Ear pro is not often required by airsoft fields, but when it is, we use a number of ideas. Shemaghs, bandannas, balaclavas, unique mesh masks, certain ballistic masks and even helmet attachments. Large Milsim games ask for hearing protection as well, but I'm specifically referring to physical protection of the ears from BBs. My particular concern here is this: Are there any type of simple ear muffs or something that easily protects just the ears without being electronic nor sound dampening? What have you all found/used to protect your ears?
  4. I'm looking to sell my LBX Lock & Load Chest Rig in Project Honor camo. I purchased this rig when it was on sale at Evike and have only fielded it once. I'm asking for $60 OBO. I have included a link for reference. https://www.airsoftstation.com/lbx-tactical-project-honor-lock-load-chest-rig/
  5. Hey guys, so here's my setup as of now... please note(took these pics in the past so sorry about my gun being in most of these) Full list of gear from head to toe The Tacti-Cool Helmet Mohawk by Matrix - (Red) <--- for shits and giggles Emerson Bump Type Tactical Airsoft Helmet(BJ Type / Advanced / Dark Earth) Sidecar 3 w/ Fusion Foam Goggle-It Lower mesh mask Shemagh TRU Combat Shirt(Multicam)<-- not even going to try and color that lmao Lancer Tactical Strike Plate Carrier Vest (Tan) <--- Lancer's version of tan is coyote brown lol 1x Radio pouch 1x admin pouch 2x pistol pouches 1x utility pouch 5x rifle mag pouches Maxpedition USA Flag PVC Patch Maxpedition Samurai PVC Patch MM Trigger Pull Logo Patch (Red) ^ON VEST^ Cheap assault bag(Multicam) TRU BDU pants(Multicam) Belt dump pouch ^ON Pants^ AR 670-1 Army issued Boots
  6. Title says it all my friends! It has been a real fun ride with everyone I've met throughout the couple years I've played with you all, but it's time to move on. Bills, other priorities, and life in general has taken afoot. First and foremost though, EVERYTHING MUST GO, and that means I'm not trying to make a profit from anything in this thread. I'm simply trying to clean house, and hopefully some of you guys can make use of what I have! All prices will be and are negotiable so please please please, if you have any questions on anything don't hesitate to ask! Here we go: A&K Masada (ACR) Since I last used it at OP: Irene it chrono'd around ~310 fps with .25's. $260 with everything shown here, or $180 for just the gun, magazine, battery, charger, and unjamming rod. Unfortunately I broke the feeding lip at OP: Irene and haven't gotten a new one. I will flex on price heavily if need be. I also have all the stock internal parts as well (motor, gears, shims, springs, etc.), those will be thrown in with purchase of the gun. Internals: Madbull 6.01 tighbore barrel SHS super shooter 18:1 gears Lonex shims G&G high torque motor Externals: Madbull compensator Replica EOTech: $30 REAL Magpul RVG (with added rail shown on gun): $20 Offset flashlight mount: $10 (I'll throw in the flashlight too) Gun bag: $25 I'll bundle the bag with everything above for $300 OBO 9 Elite Force mags: $5 each or $40 for all of them. Magpul RSA: $20 Baofeng UV5R radio: only used once at OP: Irene. In perfect working order $25 Unbranded skull metal mesh mask: $5 2 bags of Bioshot bb's (unopened): $10 each, third bag of Biovals is FREE! It's about half full. Please disregard magazine, it has been sold as this is an old photo. AMP free float rail: $25 DBoys replica PEQ-15 battery box: $5 Magpul PTS M4 grip: $10 4 REAL Magpul ladder rail covers (never used): 2 Dark Earth, 1 Foliage, 1 Black: $5 each Condor Outdoor radio pouch: $5 Unbranded throat mic (works flawlessly, and only used once): $10 I can bundle this mic with the Baofeng radio if buyer is interested. Lancer Tactical chest rig/RRV with pouches: $80 Seperate pricing: Lancer Tactical chest rig/RRV with hydro carrier and bladder (bladder not shown): $30 Condor Outdoor admin pouch: $5 Condor Outdoor sidekick pouch: $10 Condor Outdoor double stack M4 mag pouches (x2): $10 each 5.11 radio pouch: $5 Condor Outdoor dump/recovery pouch: $5 This can also be bundled in with above gear at buyers request. I'm pricing everything to move, and all the above prices are OBO for that reason. I'm willing to drive certain distances to meet with buyers for everything, cash is king, or Paypal. NONE of these prices include shipping, so the buyer pays for that. Again, thank you to everyone for making this such a fun time, I had a blast! Feel free to ask any questions in case I missed something or aren't sure about something. Last thing: keep an eye out on this thread for I may be adding some more to it in the near future. Happy shopping!
  7. Okay, so to start off, I will say that I own one of these masks that I got for half off, and yes, I understand that the mesh is not the strongest or safest to wear over your eyes, however, I've heard that you should wear goggles underneath, yet from what I can tell, no goggles would fit underneath the mask. Any suggestions on what kinda of goggles it might be referring to? Because the mask is sturdy and can take a beating, and it would be a shame to not be able to use it.
  8. Hey Guys, I haven’t spent as much time around here as I wanted and I’ve had a little issue with impulse buys. It’s time to clear out the closet. I think everything is priced fairly but its all OBO. I’ll defiantly make combo deals if you want more things. Please ask any questions or let me know if you want more pics. - All Prices Include Shipping (Unless Noted)- Everything Is Brand New, Most Stuff was never even tried on. - I’ve added a link to the manufacture’s page to each album description, If I could find it.- I’m in Fort Wayne and willing to meet if your in the area. I have a pretty crazy schedule so I might not be able to travel very far.- I have a number of gun bags, and guns that I’ll be listing soon. LINK -> View Everything For Sale Pantac M.A.P. Ranger Green $95.00 Retail:$122 LINK -> More Pictures This is a Pantac Hydro Pack for Recon Vest RRV MAP in Ranger Green. This is brand new with tags. Pantac M.A.P. Multicam $139.00 Retail: $181 LINK -> More Pictures This is a Pantac Hydro Pack for Recon Vest RRV MAP in Multicam. This is brand new with tags. Pantac M.A.P. Coyote Brown $60.00 Retail:$70 LINK -> More Pictures This is a Pantac Hydro Pack in CB. This is brand new with tags. Pantac Plate Carrier MultiCam $60.00 Retail $183 LINK -> More Pictures I also have an Eagle Industries Triple Shingle in multicam $15 with the vest. Tactical Tailor Modular Plate Carrier CB 95.00 Retail $125 LINK -> More Pictures Beyond Clothing Soft Shell Shock Jacket $195.00 Retail: $285 This is a brand new in the bag PCU LVL 5 Jacket In Alpha Green. Size is X-Large Reg. I have 2 of these one is still in the bag, and the other I’m keeping (this jacket is awesome). Any pictures of the jacket out of the page is of mine. LINK -> More Pictures
  9. Review: SOCOM Gear Daniel Defense® MFR 9" Airsoft AEG Contents: 1.)Retail specifications 2.)First impressions 3.)Velocity and Rate of Fire 4.)Gameplay performance 5.)Final Impressions 6.)Recommendation 1.) Retail specifications from Evike.com: Length: 690mm-770mm, Adjustable Inner Barrel: 290mm Magazine Capacity: 300rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Matrix, G&G, Tokyo Marui and other compatible M4 / M16 Series Airsoft AEG Magazines Muzzle Velocity: ~400 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs) Thread Direction: 14mm Negative Gearbox: Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable Motor: Long Type Fire Modes: Semi/Full-Auto, Safety Battery: 9.6v Small Butterfly Type recommended (Battery not included) Hopup: Yes, Adjustable Manufacturer: SOCOM Gear (Licensed by Daniel Defense) 2.) First impressions: The rifle came zip-tied and plastic wrapped in a SOCOM Gear cardboard box. Upon first inspection I noticed that the outer barrel was VERY wobbly. This was a very easy fix, I just unscrewed the RIS, and tightened down the dual Allen screws that retain the outer barrel. Now it is rock solid. In another review I learned that the MFR RIS is somewhat wobbly with the upper receiver. Although, with mine this was not the case, I went ahead and installed a MadBull RIS fix to bridge the RIS and Upper receiver so that there was an absolute zero chance of wobble. Internals: This rifle is internally OEM'd by Vega Force Company (VFC) and sold under the SOCOM Gear (owned by MadBull) name. It features the VFC 7 mm. Self-shimming gear box. It has the VFC clear hop-up unit which is attached to a 290 mm. MadBull Black Python 6.03 barrel out of the box. The motor is a VFC unmarked motor. I'm not sure if it is classified as a standard torque motor, or high torque. The wiring is from (I'm assuming) VFC. It is 18 gauge silver wiring. It is wired to the rear with a small type tamiya connector. Externals: The externals are 100% CNC machined aluminum with the exception of the Crane stock, and motor grip. Which gives this rifle a really nice weight, while not being heavy. The acronym "MFR" stands for "Modular Float Rail". This is a free float RIS that allows the user to move rail pieces along the slick rail tube anywhere from the front of the receiver to the end of the handguard in any way they wish. The pieces can also be removed to run the RIS "Slick" with 1 uninterrupted top rail. The Crane stock is easy to open (unlike many others I have had) and fits my 11.1v 1800 MAH Crane stock type LiPo battery perfectly. The magazine is a 300 rnd, high capacity, full metal magazine. It fits VERY snug. While it is easy to pull the magazine from the magazine well, you won't be doing any one handed mag dumps with it. It seems to be of very good quality, but I prefer to use MagPul 75 rnd. P-Mags for added realism, and feeding quality. The orange tip is glued to the 14 mm. Negative (CCW) threads. There are no set screws. It is held on securely, but I was able to get it off without too much trouble by using a pair of vise grips. This rifle DOES NOT come with sights. The sights I have chosen to attach are APS Catapult Sights (available on Evike.com for $30). http://m1364.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/Tactical-Yeti/IMG_20130415_201316_480_zps93b8a372.jpg.html?newest=1 Pulling the charging handle releases the dust cover, which has a laser engraved American Flag and the word "Infidel" in both English and Arabic. This reveals the hop-up sitting comfortably in front of the fully functional bolt, which can be clicked forward by pressing the bolt release. Trademarks: The outer barrel is a Daniel Defense 10.5" barrel. It is laser engraved with "5.56x45mm NATO" http://m1364.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/Tactical-Yeti/IMG_20130415_201243_523_zpsc4747405.jpg.html?newest=1 http://m1364.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/Tactical-Yeti/IMG_20130415_201305_303_zpsa8f4e0f1.jpg.html?newest=1 The Daniel Defense MFR is laser engraved on both sides showing DD trades, and product designations. http://m1364.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/Tactical-Yeti/IMG_20130415_201236_106_zps3fc6b2b2.jpg.html?newest=1 The lower receiver boasts a large laser engraved Daniel Defense Logo. Overall this thing is covered in DD trades. My additions: http://m1364.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/Tactical-Yeti/IMG_20130415_201211_139_zpsfe50cb5d.jpg.html?newest=1 Angel Custom 14 mm. Negative Krinkov Flash Hider. APS Catapult Sights MagPul 75 rnd. P-Mags in OD Rico Tactics Alpha 9 weapon light (courtesy of Spectre) MadBull Max RIS Fix 11.1v 20c 1800 MAH battery Everything converted to Deans 3.) Velocity and rate of fire: For these tests I used .20 gram Elite Force bb's, and an 11.1 volt 20c 1800 MAH Li-Po battery. #1: 394.6 #2: 396.2 #3: 391.9 #4: 395.5 #5: 397.6 ROF: An average of 5 bursts was 22.6 BPS. As you can see, this rifle is VERY consistent. Surprisingly, using .25 gram King Arms bb's. I was hitting a man sized target from the seated position from not 50, not 60, but 80 yards away. Out of 10 shots on a clear, calm day I managed to land 8. This is quite impressive coming from a 290 mm Barrel. 4.) Gameplay performance: I had the chance to field this AEG at OP: Urgent Solution 2 for it's first event. I was thoroughly impressed at the ease of which I could maneuver in and out of the thick cover in "The Jungle". It was pretty easy to get the rifle up and on target in tight spaces. I was also tagging people from a really good distance as well. Some of the kills I had were through brush, twigs, and areas where the enemy could barely be seen. On a scale of 1-10 for combat effectiveness in this type of game (Medium-Large scale woodland) I would give it an 8. It is very accurate, has a very solid rate of fire, and has the punch to touch someone at over 200 ft. The only problem I had for the day was what I thought were my P-Mags. As it turns out, it was the bbs. PELI helped me out a ton by selling me some Javelin .25 gram bb's. Plenty of people have used Javelins with success, but this AEG will become a jam factory with Javelins. I recommend either Elite Force .25's or King Arms Platinum Series .25's. Both of which work wonderfully in this AEG. 5.) Final impressions: I am thoroughly impressed by this airsoft gun. From it's superb build quality, to the VFC gearbox, MadBull Tight Bore Barrel, laser engraved Daniel Defense Trademarks, and outstanding performance, this thing is a dead ringer. My personal rating: Accuracy: 8/10 Range: 9/10 Rate of Fire: 7/10 External Build quality: 8/10 Internal Build Quality: 9/10 Looks: 9/10 Weight and balance: 8/10 Price: 8/10 Out of 80 possible points on my personal scale, it received a score of 66. A very respectable score. 6.) Recommendation: I would definitely recommend this AEG to anyone. At right around $300 it is very affordable. You get a top notch AEG made by VFC for a really good price. Whether you're looking to play CQB, Field, or MILSIM this rifle can do it all. -SASQUATCH
  10. Some new items up for sale and old ones combined in. All prices are negotiable. NO TRADES!!! Can ship on your dime, all prices are picked-up or arranged meeting. I won't hold any items without a deposit. I accept paypal and cash face to face. These will be for sale on several forums so first come first serve. NO TRADES! ​NO TRADES! ​NO TRADES! ​NO TRADES! ​NO TRADES! ​NO TRADES! ​NO TRADES! ​NO TRADES! Ares Armor Husky Amentum Slider 2 Point Sling - $35 Small amount of fraying on one end that can be sealed up easily. Emdom Dump Pouch Black w/ Malice Clips - $30 TAG MBITR/Large Radio Pouch Coyote Tan - $5 Condor Double 40mm Pouch Tan - $5 HSGI AO Small Chest Rig Coyote Brown - $50 Used twice outdoors. Blackhawk H-Harness Black - $10 Blackhawk Padded Patrol belt/Battle Belt Black - $20 Maxpedition Sitka Gearslinger Black - $80 Regulation Tactical Reflex Mag Pouch Coyote Brown x 3 - $80 for 3 or $30 each. Used once outdoors. 4x Illuminated ACOG Optic - $75 Brand is potentially AIM. The quality is MUCH better than my G&P ACOG I owned previously. The optic is clear, windage and elevation adjustments work, adjustable brightness illumination in Green and Red. 30mm Red Dot Mount - $10 Everything is sold As Is of course. Ask any questions you have but please don't clutter my thread. All items are in excellent condition except the Condor 40mm pouch.
  11. I want my vest to look a bit more filled up... it looks a bit plain and stuff and I don't know exactly how to personalize it the way I want to. I know how to fill up my back (Condor Modular Hydration Carrier w/ Zipper Pockets off Airsoft GI, and also grenade holders which I want to put in Tornado Grenades in) but the front of my vest... All I have is a double stacker M4 pouch and on my left of the vest is a dump pouch and on my right I have 2 Kangaroo M4 Magazine Pouches. But what I was thinking about doing was buying a Condor MOLLE Tactical Belt and then moving the Kangaroo pouch to that belt as well as the dump pouch and then I was going to buy another double stacker M4 pouch to put on the front of the vest. Then, I was going to take like a miscellaneous pouch and put it on the right side of my vest and then I don't know exactly I could put on my left side where the Kangaroo pouch went so if you could leave a comment saying if that would look good or not then also leaving suggestions and links to what would be good on my left side. I currently run ACU as my uniform and Tan as my vest color. Thanks guys! And if you don't know who I am... I fairly new to the forum... I've only been to 4 events. The Teschendorf field awhile back, IPMO, Locust Isle (known as the medic LittleMan there), and I went to the Indy Indoor Airsoft place on 3-16-13.
  12. Fraya!

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    Saw TargetPractice throw his gear up, so thought I'd do the same. Let me know what you think or what'd you swap out! ESS Profile TurboFan - $180.00 http://www.esseyepro.com/Profile-TurboFan_53_detail.html?color=23 NC Star Crossdraw Tactical Vest ( BLK ) - $48.49 Pistol Magazine Pouch Rifle Magazine Pouch Pistol Holster Utility Pouch Adjustable Velcro Kit http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=7351 Pantac 1000D Cordura Molle Compact Hydration Pack ( ACU ) - $59.95 Nylon Construction Kit Equipment Carry Transportation Hydration Bladder MOLLE Water http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=7095 Tru-Spec Combat Shirt ( Urban Digital / M / Regular ) - $49.95 Hybrid Zipper Pocket Velcro Moisture Wicking Reinforced Elbows Comfortable Dry BDU Patch Plate Carrier Medium http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=8147 Tru-Spec Men's 24/7 Series Tactical Pants ( Black / 34x32 ) - $25.46 Velcro 6 pocket Open pocket Reinforced Knee Light weight Rip Stop http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=10237 OE TECH Releasable Knee Pads ( ACU ) - $18.75 Protection Sliding Crouch Prone Polymer Condor http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=6285 Universal Charger - $35.00 7.2v 7.2 8.4v 8.4 9.6v 9.6 10.8v 10.8 12v 12 Beginner Starter Small Large Smart Charger Battery NiCD NiMh AEG http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=1224
  13. Hey everyone, Grizzly here. As a Vietnam War enthusiast and Namsofter, I've decided to help aspiring Vietnam players build their very own LRRP impression from the Vietnam War. What is an LRRP? LRRPs, also known as LRPs, were Army Ranger units formed to conduct Long Range Reconnasaince Patrols deep behind enemy lines, blending into the jungle to outmaneuvre, outfight, and out-guerilla the NVA. Their missions often involved observation, prisoner rescue, blocking, and terrain denial ops usually performed in support of a larger operation. These Ranger teams were usually organized into "light" teams, composed of six men, or "heavy" teams which consisted of twelve men, the latter being used in large ops involving line companies making a large S&D sweep through an AO, with LRRP teams mopping up more obscure areas. LRRPs are very popular to imitate, because their general load-outs are comparatively cheap when compared to line companies, and their deployments cover all AOs, corps zones, and stages of time in the conflict. Once your LRRP impression is complete, it is sure to catch the gaze of every player at an event. Uniform Generally speaking, LRRP teams wore the standard Vietnam-era jungle fatigues, used throughout the military starting in 1966: American soldier in jungle fatigues LRRPs however, would usually use the limited-issue Tiger Stripe pattern introduced to U.S. advisors by South Vietnamese Marines and other ARVN units. This pattern, effective at eliminating its wearer's silhouette, was popular for its ability to keep men hidden even wide out in the open, such as Larry Chamber's account in his memoir Recondo. ERDL Another limited-issue pattern popular with Ranger units at the time was ERDL, or leaf pattern. This experimental pattern was effective in underbrush, but did little to conceal its wearer while moving, which condemned it to limited use alongside the more effective Tiger Stripes. Duck Camo A rare pattern commonly used by advisors early in the conflict, Duck camo was obsolete and was phased out in favor of more modern patterns, but older veterans of some recon units still wore the pattern even into later stages of the conflict. Mixed Patterns Due to the large number of camo patterns being used in the conflict, it was common practice to wear mixed-matched uniforms in clandestine units such as LRRP teams. If you don't have a complete set of one type of camo, don't sweat it. You just may be able to make it more autentic. The sets of fatigues worn by Ranger units usually, though not always, consisted of a shirt, noted by its slanted chest pockets, pants, and a jungle hat, also known a a "boonie hat." Some men however, would wear bandanas and headwraps instead, depending on personal preference and the conditions of the team's AO. Jungle Boots And of course, where would any GI be without his horrid jungle boots? Equipment The standard equipment used by LRRP teams in the Vietnam war was M1956 load-bearing gear, canvas webbing which helped its wearer carry a large load in a rather comfortable fashion. The equipment consisted of M1956 suspenders, an M1956 pistol belt(with M1912 .45 caliber holster and M1956 pistol mag pouch for team leaders), two to four M56 universal weapon pouches for 2 M14 and later 3 M16 magazines, 2 M1956 canteens with cups and covers for a total of 2 liters of water, an M1961 butt pack(larger than the M56) with an M56 E-tool carrier, and a US GI compass pouch mounted on the left shoulder of the suspenders. All of the webbing was made of canvas, and units ran into considerable problems with the canvas succumbing to jungle rot, leading to the partial adoption of... M67 Gear M67 gear is made of moisture-resistant nylon, and was the basis of later ALICE gear. The setup is the same as M56 gear, but it was not issued in complete sets. Most late-war units used mixed web gear containing pieces of the two as the new gear was slowly phased in. Field Pack The ruck used throughout the entire conflict was the M56 field pack, made of heavywieght canvas. It was often used with a frame. Weapons Last but not least is the single most important piece of equipment an LRRP owns, his weapon. M-16 The most common rifle used by American GIs in Vietnam was the loathed M-16 rifle, usually found in the M16A1 variant. Earlier units used the test-model AR-15, known as the "Black Rifle," or the U.S. Army's XM16E1, a modified AR-15 fitted with the later-standard bolt forward-assist. There are plenty of airsoft replicas of Nam-era M-16s out there, but there are a few to watch out for. The Echo 1 M-16, which I happen to own and loathe, is in fact a frankengun, merely an M16A2 with a triangular grip on it, made to fool people into thinking they've bought an M16A1. However, for players such as myself with lower budgets, it is still a decent (I stress decent, not good) option for a cheap Vietnam gun. In terms of authenticity, hands-down the best M16A1 out there is the G&P, which is darn-tootin' near perfect in every regard to the actual rifle. Another good alternative would be the Classic Army or TM, if you happen to find one in stock by some miracle. All are great guns, just be warned that the CA and TM models are XM16E1s, noted by the three-prong flash hider, and is great for early- to mid-war impressions, but was phased out by '69. XM177E1/E2 The preferred weapon of LRRP teams in vietnam, as well as other clandestine units, was the XM177, or CAR-15. It was loved as a status symbol, as well as for its compact size. However, it was an extremely malfunction-prone piece of hardware, and was nearly impossible to unjam thanks to its shortened gas system. The only airsoft companies I know of who produce replicas of the XM177 are G&P and Classic Army. Both produce great examples, and will not disappoint their owners with their external quality. Carl Madsen M45 One of the most popular weapons ever fielded by LRRPs was the Carl Madsen M45, also known as the Swedish K. There are no replicas of these made, but Vietnam airsofters should start building pressure to see one released at a reasonable price. M1928A1/M1A1 Thompson The Thompson, a relic of the Second World War, was still being used unofficially by clandestine units in Vietnam, and was favored by LRRPs, particularly in the 1st Infantry Division. It was cherished for its reliability, as well as its compact size. It was however, criticized for its heavy wieght. CYMA makes an incredible M1A1 replica, and it is my weapon of choice. TM used to make an even better replica, but it is, to my knowledge, discontinued due to Japanese anti-airsoft legislation. M-79 Known as a "thumper" or "blooper," the M-79 was a force to be reckoned with, basically portable arty when used by LRRPs. Conclusion Well, that's all, folks! I hope you enjoyed this guide as much as I enjoyed writing it, and I hope to see more Vietnam-themed impressions out there on the field. A last-minute thought would be to check out Larry Chamber's memoir Recondo, as well as his friend Gary Linderer's Eyes Behind the Lines, as they both provide valuable insight as to how LRRP teams operate, as well as equipment they used. They are fun reads, and if you enjoyed this guide, you might be interested. Thanks again. -Grizzly
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