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Old November 27th, 2006, 15:16   #151
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Worst airsoft injury for me... broken credit card and bank account
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Old November 28th, 2006, 00:09   #152
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ouch that one always hits the hardest
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Old December 10th, 2006, 20:47   #153
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Getting shot in the face from about 10' by an upgraded gun. Nice 1/2" grouping. nothing but scar tissue now.:kill:
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Old December 10th, 2006, 22:47   #154
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I've got a nice big scar on the inside of my leg, to close to my "hurt spot" for a picture though... I'm so glad it was that inch lower
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Old December 10th, 2006, 22:57   #155
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well today was my first hit that hurt and almost broke my tooth, from about 10 feet bb hit my lib and got my tooth, tooth still hurts.
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Old December 24th, 2006, 14:16   #156
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Old December 24th, 2006, 16:23   #157
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Here ya go, but must be logged into msn messenger to view

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nothing shows up, even when I take the link and then login... firefox issues mb?
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Old December 24th, 2006, 16:30   #158
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thanks xero

at work right now, dont have access to an ftp uploader. when i get home in 3 hours ill put it on my shaw server.

in case your wondering, its fibreglass armour i built based off the Black camo marines in halo 2

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Old December 24th, 2006, 19:47   #159
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Planning on mounting white/blue led lights on left side, infared leds on right with low light camera for night games. image will be visible in hemlet.

this should do pretty well against bbs . havnt worn it to a game yet, was great for haloween

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Old December 24th, 2006, 20:23   #160
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Planning on mounting white/blue led lights on left side, infared leds on right with low light camera for night games. image will be visible in hemlet.
I'm gonna ask, why? You're going to have another piece of kit to deal with (switching the lights on and off) as well as an image right in front of your eyes that needs to be turned on and off, all mounted to a helmet that's stuck to your head. There's a reason that in the real world NVG equipment is flip up or weapon mounted. This system's got a pretty big look cool factor, but it seems like a lot of kit for the trouble. Trust me on this, playing with extra kit and toys in a game gives your opponent loads of time to kill you.

(On a side note, I'm still very curious how your father got your airsoft guns into Canada without going through a Canadian customs agent.)
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Old December 24th, 2006, 20:45   #161
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Hey ibby

this was a project to see if i could do it. I've yet to spend the money on the infared gear. (about 500$) I have a binocular eye mount display at the moment. and am planning on getting a single see-through eye mount screen if i decide to blow more money on this. (kind of like Ghost Recon Advanced warfighter game) Was more for halloween than anything, and figured it be fun to play with, especially in paintball. (my brother got knocked out by a PB once hehe, and it was a night game, so thats where this idea sprung up). Was planning to mount all the lithium batterys, radio, and even a hydration pack in the backpack portion of the armour. (lots of hollow room in there) all with just 2 tubes leading to the helmet over the back of my neck.

As for turning stuff on and off. I was thinking the IR/night camera could be activated automatically with a photo sensor. that way, say i come into a bright building from outside, it will automatically turn off. the visible lights will just have a small rubber button on the side of the helmet. where they are mounted. just dreaming at this point lol. My dad is a marine radar bridge tech, so he can help me out with the electonic side of things

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talk to ya later

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Old December 25th, 2006, 01:25   #162
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We already went through that one at the CIA forums lol, best not to ask. No names no pack drill. On a side note that is a pretty cool get up. Halloween costum? And why bother mounting lights on your gear, that's like painting yourself up as a target at night. I'd use NVG's, and even those are some what over rated. If your in a static position they're great, but if your moving around you have no depth perception and you'd be surprised on how many old logs and shrubs you'll fall over. I had to use that stuff on my PLQ, and my Det 2 I/C's course and I'll say again, good for sentry, sucks for patrols or a lot of moving, takes a while to get used to them.

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Old December 25th, 2006, 01:29   #163
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I was running under cover fire, tripped and fell. bounced my nose off of the metal rear site/carry handle. Broke my nose but good, for #6!

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Old December 25th, 2006, 02:10   #164
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We already went through that one at the CIA forums lol, best not to ask. No names no pack drill.
I don't recall that discussion involving you. Deleting an entire thread because of a question (that never got answered) I wouldn't call being "went through".
As an aside, do you know what "no names no pack drill" means?

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I'd use NVG's, and even those are some what over rated.
If you seriously think this way, you've obviously never used NVG gear properly.
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Old December 25th, 2006, 05:31   #165
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I seriously think that way, and I already asked corey that question and he answered it on the CIA forums, then it was deleted, he didn't think that the thread should have stayed up..

Yes NVG's are goochee kit, but they also have their limitations, and for static positions I think they're great, maching not so good. I guess it depends on what your preferences are though.

Not here to start arguements on kit, but that is the extent of my experience with them and just passing it on.

And yes No names no packdrill I do know what it means, I've seen pack drill it's not fun, and it's just a figure of speech,

have a good christmas Ibby

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