- Active Posts:
- 329 (0.23 per day)
- Most Active In:
- Scenario, MilSim and Woodsball Talk (127 posts)
- 15-July 09
- Profile Views:
- Last Active:
- Dec 10 2012 12:17 PM
- Member Title:
- Super Newb
- Age Unknown
- Birthday Unknown
- Longmont, Colorado
Posts I've Made
10 December 2012 - 01:25 AMI've tried all these options and none of them work. Seriously, what the #$%@? All I want to do is unsubscribe from their forum updates, and I have to put up with this BS? What is wrong with these guys?
29 May 2012 - 10:41 AMI'm a fast running flanker, and there's no way I'm doing that with a full pimped out T9.1 Ranger. I'd end up getting rid of the barrel shroud and foregrip almost immediately. Those things are freaking heavy.
If you want to play around with the first strike concept, go for a basic T9 pistol, attach a car stock to the back of it, mount a scope/red dot on it, and hang it from a one-point sling. Then worry more about your ammo carrying system. This video has a pretty good setup I think:
Here's the link:
In any case, I would not recommend running both guns at the same time. Too heavy for one thing, but more importantly - it's just too awkward. It will severely cramp your mobility and your style of play. Take both the Axe and the T9 to the field and then trade off between using them in different games. I think if you're using a T9 First Strike layout, you're going to have to commit and take ONLY that gun into the field. Otherwise you're not really going to learn how to play it.
29 May 2012 - 10:32 AMFlecktarn is a great pattern for woodland. Problem is - the clothing it comes on is always so darn uncomfortable and heavy (old military surplus stuff).
Because you know what the best camo is - clothing that allows you to move where you need to be, crouch down in low positions, crawl in the dirt a bit, and hold absolutely still in sweltering heat for minutes on end if you need to.
That's good camo. And while you're at it, find a good color.
26 May 2012 - 04:30 AMWhat kind of "woodsball" are you talking about?
Are you talking about massive shooting matches in the woods like the stuff at Living Legends in the trees? Or are you talking about fighting in plywood bunkers? Or are you talking about going out in the woods or bushes with a small group of guys (no more than twenty total) and hunting each other down?
The tactics for each are very different.