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Selling all of my airsoft gear. Will be entering college and need to get my priorities straight. PM me for details on an item, to negotiate or to request a purchase. Will not take trades. ICS SIG 552 - $95 9 magazines (7 - 50 Rd Mags $6/per , 1 - 500 Rd Mag $15, 1 - 250 Rd Mag $7) Fires great on Semi, but jams occasionally on Full Auto. Im not a techie, so I don't know how to fix it myself. Just always used it on Semi. HRTurner looked at it once, and seemed to know the problem but I do not remember his diagnosis. I believe it was bad compression. D-Boys PEQ-2 Battery Box (6x3 inches. Holds any mini or nunchuck) - $10 KWA KP45 Full Metal GBB Pistol (1 Magazine) - $75 Gear: (In Left to Right, Top to Bottom Order) Cross Draw Tactical Vest w/ Holster and Mag Pouches OD Green - $18 Modular Molle System Vest OD Green - $25 3 - Double M4 Molle Mag Pouches OD Green - $6/per Molle Pistol Holster - $10 Molle Water Hydration Carrier - $20 2.5 L Hydration Bladder - $6 Molle Ammo Accessory Pouch - $9 Double M16A2 Mag Pouch (or in my case, a radio pouch - $5 Condor Tactical Drop Leg Dump Pouch OD Green - $15 Valken Sierra Tactical Goggles - Smoke Lens - $18 Airsoft Mask - $5 Airsoft Battery Smart Charger - $15 Matrix Military Grade Tactical Communications Headset Type A - $18 2 Motorola MR350R 35-Mile Range 22-Channel FRS/GMRS Radios - $20/per Battle Tested Fingerless Gloves - $10 OD Green Shemagh - $4 FAST Type Tactical Helmet - $15 GAMO 4x32 Tactical Scope - $18 3 - Point Sling - $8 Hat - $3
Hello friends. I want to share one of my current airsoft projects with you. This particular project part of a 'multi-project' that can connect to other devices worn on the player's rig. I'll make a new topic once I've made significant headway on one of my other projects. For now, this one is the farthest in development. To begin, if any of you have ever heard of the lovely BattleTac (http://battletac.com/web/guest), it's essentially an application that can run on a smartphone, tablet, or Chromium browser and can display Google maps with real-time GPS feeds of your fellow teammates who also have the app. It shows points of interest, objectives, player statuses, navigation, coordinates, and even has a text-based encrypted IM chat for anyone not running comms (probably not super useful, but whatever). Kinda neat. Super cool if you've got a quick connection, good GPS fix, good map of the area, teammates using and participating with you, and a powerful but easy to use device to run it on. I don't know about you, but I'm not super keen on RIS-mounting my smartphone to my gun or leaving it exposed on my arm. I'm also not super cool with carrying an expensive tablet computer around on my rig just so I can see maps and my teammates getting lost. But I do like the idea of having a lightweight rugged computing system that can access the internet and be worn right on the plate carrier. Basically, I was inspired by the data heist scene in Elysium where one guy takes cover behind a vehicle, pops open a box on his chest rig, and he's got a computer where he starts doing stuff. So I turned to DIY for answers. Currently on the market of small computing devices, there are several venues to go with a project like this, however the Raspberry Pi seemed the least expensive, friendliest, most bang for your buck kind of option. For $35, you get the RPi. Of course, I had to get an SD card to boot the OS, a mini controller-style USB keyboard/track pad combo, and a USB WiFi module....and a screen. I went with a 7" analogue video TFT display for $35 of Amazon. So, we're talking around $75-80. USB Keyboard: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B9996LA/ref=oh_details_o07_s00_i02?ie=UTF8&psc=1 USB WiFi: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003MTTJOY/ref=oh_details_o07_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 7" Screen: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007SLDF7O/ref=oh_details_o07_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I was able to hook it up and actually run BattleTac from my home WiFi. Only issues I had were that I had to do some funky calibration with the screen resolution, it took me ages to figure out how to get the WiFI to work, and the Raspberry Pi is not known for it's processing speed. At the maximum overclock (which runs the risk of corrupting the SD card with the OS and/or the RPi), it can give you a GHz of processor speed. When using the default settings, BattleTac is not an enjoyable experience. Currently, I'm waiting to get a GPS module that will work with my Raspberry Pi. Once I get that, I can figure out how to speed things up, get internet in remote areas without WiFi (internet is needed for BattleTac to work), and I'll figure out a way to use maps. I also might get a better screen since the current one I bought is quite limited in resolution. This actually forces windows and dialogue boxes off screen to where I can't find the scroll bar or hit buttons. If any of you guys have any suggestions for construction, functionality, USB internet connection without WiFi, or other things I could do with this, feel free to let me know! I'll post updates here as this project progresses. -MG
For sale is a UTG model LT-ELP38 LED flashlight/red laser combo. It has two tape switches and a separate on/off cap switch for the light (the laser only works with the tape). I've included a stock photo at the bottom to give you an idea of what it looks like, and a few photos of the actual item in my possession. Here's the light with the tape switch mounted on the XTM panel. Now that I look at it, I stuck the tape switch on backwards - the wire normally leads forward. Another photo of the light as installed on my CXP-16. The light as viewed in my back yard. I should have done it in a higher ISO setting - the light is a lot brighter in person. What I've done to it is to add hook velcro to the bottom of the tape switches, and I'll include 2 Magpul XTM rail panels, one that I modded to act as a base for the switch. I'll also include a little extra stick-side loop velcro in case you want to mount it a different way (I recommend mounting on of the other switches to a hand stop like a vertical grip). It's plenty bright at an eyeball-burning 150 lumens and makes for a great tactical light for those starting out. There's nothing wrong with it - the reason I'm selling it is that the new setup I've built up on my M4 doesn't leave me a lot of room for this particular light. Anyway I'd like $40 for it, or better yet $35 if you're gonna be at the AI community meeting on Saturday. Thanks for looking!