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jimbo375

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  1. Having used both the ace bandage method and the MSW tourniquet. I found the MSW method to be more entertaining, it really adds a more realistic element to the game. On top of that they look swag and are a cool take home goody that you can use at other events. The tourniquet itself is just a band with elastic so it fits virtually anyone ans you can't tighten it to tight. It's still a huge pain in the ass to put on in order to give the respawn time. Like you said the MSW rules allow buddy aid after one hit, but in order to respawn you have to be revived by your platoon medic by drinking a 16oz bottle of water that is carried by the medic to replicate medical equipment weight. The tourniquet itself can easy be used in ams game no problem.
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  13. its called having some nuts and not being a pussy...if it hurts then leave the game..makes it better for the rest of us MEN who stay.
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    UFS Uniforms

    no problem dude..Oh and you're gonna want to go UFS..just for the record lol #UFSsmash #COSTWILLDIE
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    UFS Uniforms

    If you show up as a group it is highly recommended that you all match. However many of the squads are mixed matched so they do not match. You are required to have matching top and bottoms if you are on the UFS side. This is how we identify COST from UFS at distance and it is still pretty hard lol.. I hope that cleared this up for you
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  21. haha wow...AMS events are very squad and team based game. Obviously you have your friends that you are going to attend with. But on the UFS side there was been an attempt to establish leaders that show up to events and stay in those positions to better the cohesion and to execute the senior leaders missions. So for example I am Bco 3-3 squad leader I have my close friends that I go with but I also am given by the senior leaders more troops under my command. As for kit and what to bring thats all player dependent. My group has several prior service members so we tend to run decently heavy with ammo and what not. As for point structure like mexico said (who is one of the most senior leaders in the UFS by the way) it is undetermined until the game is over giving points for terrain control and the accomplishment of special missions. Whether you go hard or at your own pace is really up to you. On the UFS side we do try and stress some kind of command structure similar to the actual military. That being said it is airsoft and its for fun I tend to get a little loud on the battlefield not to ruin anyones games but to lead. Most the feed back I get from that is people being glad there is someone out the who has an idea whats going on. I was an army ranger in specops for 6 years with 5 combat deployments and i understand most players don't have that so I try to encourage and have fun with the young ins. That being said you paid money to come play so how you play is up to you. Hope that clears some of your questions up for you
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