New airsoft video from one of the CQB days in Scotland.
Heads up, more videos coming soon thanks to shoot mans this weekend
Aaaah, after ten thousand years I’m fr- opening Premiere
Warming up for editing footage of the big dumb game this weekend :v
Forty once again showing his skills at Halo Mill.
God, I am so ready for this weekends game
CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER MOVIE POSTER GIVEAWAY
I just found a bunch of The Winter Soldier posters left at work, so I thought I’d have a giveaway on here.
I have one copy of the first poster, which measures 30 x 40 inches, and seven copies of the second IMAX noir poster, which measures 19 x 12 inches. I am hoping to get more of the second poster and I’ll update the post if I do.
First Winner: The first poster and the second poster.
Other Winners: The second poster.
- You don’t have to follow me, although I won’t complain if you do.
- You must reblog this post - likes do not count and you can reblog however many times you like.
- I’ll ship anywhere and everywhere.
- The edges of the posters may be a bit frayed, but nothing particularly bad - I’ll be happy to take pictures of proof if anyone is concerned.
- Contest ends 31st July (9pm GMT) and I’ll put everyone into a randomizer and will hopefully message the winners within the week.
- Good luck!
I cannot think of today without remembering two people. Though I never would have guessed it, and I’m not sure they ever actually met, I’ll always think of Ryan Davis and my father in the same breath.
When moving long distance, companies calculate by weight, as more weight means more fuel. I’d…
Someone asked for a kit pic a while back and I took them and never uploaded them. So yeah.
Kit from head to toe and what I paid for it:
'Sexy Squaddie' cap - £2
Crocodile foot neckerchief - £0 (taken from a dead crocodile)
Long sleeve shirt from H&M dyed green - £10 including dye
Shotgun bandoleer - £0 (made from a shotgun sling someone gave me)
m56 webbing belt, pistol mag pouch and straps - £15 (sitting crooked in back pic, but they normally sit fine)
Unknown Ak mag pouch - £8 (used on the rare occasion the AK comes out or for keeping misc items in)
Viper dump pouch - £10
Africamo Trousers - £0 (best birthday present ever)
Viper (?) Knee pads - £15 (terrible, need changing)
Unknown boots - £0 (Left in a previous house 2 years ago and never claimed, so now they’re mine)
TM M3 short shotgun - My favourite gun to use in woodland or CQB
TM m1911 with extended mag - pew pew
knife x3 - cold steel on shoulder and ankle, cheap bayonet through dump pouch loops
Machete - kill
Kit pictures of one of the guys I play with.
I should at some point do a kit pic myself…
When i’m not airsofting, I’m a games programmer/developer. The above blog is going to chart my ongoing project.
Photos of me from the last airsoft trip to OneShot CQB in Scotland.
A&K LR300 back up and working, also using a TM MK23 and TM 870.
Images sourced from https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10203767176290109.1073742056.1539928465&type=1
Seventy years ago today Allied Forces embarked on one of the most significant battles of World War Two. The Normandy Landings was the largest seaborne invasion in history. After aerial and sea bombardment British, US and Canadian troops landed on the beaches to mark the start of the invasion.
Today British and US troops are working side by side again on operations in Afghanistan. At the Regional Corps Battle School, where soldiers from the Afghan National Army carry out infantry training, Major Ed O’Brien, Scots Dragoon Guards, works closely with US forces helping to develop the Afghan Army.
He also has a personal link to the D-Day landings as his Grandfather, Rodercik ‘Roddy’ Norris, an officer in 13/18 Royal Hussars landed on Queen beach with his tank troop 40 minutes after the first landing craft.
Images: A recreation of a photo of Roderick from World War Two in Afghanistan with Major O’Brien standing by an American MRAP vehicle used on operations in Afghanistan. Crown copyright
Happy birthday, Ryan.