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Old April 1st, 2007, 23:39   #1
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How fun it would be to play with simulation

OK now before I start getting flamed to hell!

Since I saw Icemanís post,
http://www.airsoftcanada.com/showthread.php?t=36625
I canít stop thinking how fun it would be to play with simulation.

I mean itís the perfect world mixture of the range of airsoft and real guns looks( because there real guns with mods) An the real pain and big noise as paintball + ejecting shells ok the rounds arenít cheap

I know how much trouble and harm it could cause and the whole legal thing. But come on! You would play a game if you would have the chance!

I know itís dangerousÖ. but so is rock climbing, skydiving and driving in the middle of Montreal at 5 pm!

Please take a look
http://www.simunition.com/cartridges/fx_training_en.php

ďThe cartridges are available in .38 cal. and 9 mm calibres and feature tactical accuracy up to 25 feet (7.6 meters). The 5.56 mm calibre is tactically accurate with ball cartridges to 100 feet (30 meters). No special ballistic facilities are required. They meet the need for a force-on-force and man-to-man training system that is realistic, effective, inexpensive, adaptable and fully portable.Ē

Here is a demo
YouTube - fun shoot MAS G1 simunition

The gunís would be the real one and would actually cheaper then the replica of the airsoft onesÖ lol
All you need is the conversion kits

And here they are for:

PISTOLS

Berretta 92FS - 96D
Beretta 92 FS - 96 Centurion (9mm/.40 S&W)
Beretta M9

Glock 17/17C (1-pin)(9mm)
Glock 17 (2-pin)(9mm)
Glock 17 - 22 - 35
Glock 19/23 (9mm)

H&K USP Compact (9mm)
H&K USP Standard (9mm/.40 S&W)
H&K P2000 (9mm)

SIG M11 (9mm)
SIG P225 - P6 (9mm)
SIG P226 for Standard Slide (9mm)
SIG P226 for Stainless Steel Slide (.357 SIG/.40 S&W)
SIG P226 for Stainless Steel Slide (9mm)
SIG P228 (9mm)
SIG P229 (9mm)
SIG P229 for Stainless Steel Slide (.357 SIG/.40 S&W)
SIG PRO (9mm/ .357/ .40 S&W)
SIG PRO Compact (9mm)

S&W Series 400X (.40 S&W)
S&W Series 590X (9mm)
S&W Series 594X (9mm)
S&W Series 594X-TSW (9mm)
S&W 690X (9mm)
S&W 694X (9mm)

Walther P5 (9mm)
Walther P99 QA (9mm/.40 S&W)
Walther/S&W P990 DAO (9mm/.40 S&W)

Colt 1911 (.45 ACP)
Browning HP (9mm)
Para-ordnance P14-45 (.45 ACP)
CZ 75 Series (9mm)

Machineguns

M249/Minimi/C9 with feeding ramp
M249/Minimi/C9 with discriminator

Sub machinegun

Colt SMG (9mm)

H&K MP5 (9mm)
H&K MP5 SD (9mm)
H&K MP5K - MP5KA4 - MP5KA5 (9mm)
H&K MP5K PDW - MP5K N (9mm)

Bolt conversion for 5.56mm
Colt-style M4/M16, AR15 (without sporter block), Diemaco C7/C8 Family
AR15 (with sporter block)
H&K G36 Family
FNC/AK5 Family
AK47 - Under development
Famas - Under development
SA80 - Under development
Sig 550/551 - Under development
Sig 552 - Under development
Steyr - Under development

Rifles/Carbine
Upper receiver conversion kits for 9mm
Colt M16A2 Carbine (14-1/2''bbl)
Colt M16A2 Carbine (16-1/4''bbl)
Colt M16A2 Rifle (20'' bbl)
Colt M16A3 Carbine (14-1/2''bbl)
Colt M16A3 Carbine (16-1/4''bbl)
Colt M16A3 Rifle (20'' bbl)
Colt M16A3 Commando (10-1/2'' bbl)
Colt M4A1 Flat top (14-1/2'' bbl)
Colt AR-15 (16-1/4'' bbl) Flat top
Colt AR-15 (20'' bbl) Flat top
Colt AR-15 (16-1/4'' bbl)
Colt AR-15 (20'' bbl)

Shotgun
Universal
Universal 12 Gauge kit 2-3/4'', 3'' (pump-action)

Revolvers
.38 Special / .357 Magnum




OK THIS IS THE PART WHERE PEOPLE BASH THIS THREAD!
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Old April 1st, 2007, 23:47   #2
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It sounds just like a GBB. Big whoop.
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Old April 1st, 2007, 23:52   #3
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I have taken part in training exercises with sim rounds, you must wear you body armour and full face mask, these little soap rounds hurt like a son of a bitch, I also know they are very expensive, over a $1 a round.

However they do give you a sense of reality when doing force on force training, with reduced recoil.
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that was quick!

Canít be that bad if itís becoming the standard of realism for training for American and Canadian troops and elite swat groups? But hey what do I know!
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 00:00   #5
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Did you know that its only available to LE/Military groups?
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 00:01   #6
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Hey scooby do they leave a mark when you get hit?
Is the simulation legal in Canada?
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 00:03   #7
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LOL! That sounds farking hilarious... "only hits minorities!"

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Not for civvies.
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 00:06   #8
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A big mark if you take an arm shot, I used it with law enforcement training.
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LOL! That sounds farking hilarious... "only hits minorities!"




Not for civvies.
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 00:36   #10
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over a $1 a round
this is why I love BBs...
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$1 a round....no thanks!

Paintballs being ~$.10 a round is too much for me.

If pulling the trigger can be translated into firing a coin (except maybe a penny) it'll never go mainstream.
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 01:07   #12
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Yeah, looks like great fun. Ask this guy.

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Old April 2nd, 2007, 01:15   #13
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I call it heavy motivation not to get hit!
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 01:16   #14
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$1 a round....no thanks!

Paintballs being ~$.10 a round is too much for me.

If pulling the trigger can be translated into firing a coin (except maybe a penny) it'll never go mainstream.

It will never go mainstream because it is restricted to LE and Military only..

Already looked into it... its a non starter...
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