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ZeroX54321

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    ZeroX54321 reacted to ZeroX54321 in WTS KWA MP7 GBB   
    I'm sorry for the size of the images. I can remove them and just link to them if needed.

    Hi everyone, I'm Zero, and I've got a gas blowback KWA MP7 that I'm trying to get rid of. Here are the deets:

    KWA H&K MP7 Licensed by Umarex/Elite Force
    Folding Foregrip broke off before i owned it, so i took a file to it and added a bottom rail, now you can put your own grip on it! (Some people consider this an upgrade)

    Front end thing (immediately behind the flash hider) clips broke off, you might be able to pick one up on evike or something, not sure. I solved that problem by adding...

    QD Mock Suppressor. Not the (weirdly) popular "powerup" Misalign your barrel suppressor. Just a regular tube that attaches to the flash hider. Looks pretty rad. I'll post pictures of it later.

    To sum up, the package includes:
    KWA MP7 GBB
    2.5 Mags (one has a slow leak, you should be able to fix with an o ring or some lube.
    QD Suppressor
    CQB Bolt AND Stock bolt if i can find it)
    MP7 Iron Sights

    Retail, this package would go for approximately 470 bucks (Gun+Mags+Suppressor+Bolt+Rail Replacement= 250+110+40+45+25) but I'm more than happy to let it go for 220 dollars shipped to your door. I only ask that you cover the PayPal fees.
     

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    ZeroX54321 got a reaction from kooler in Standard Multicam and UFS at Broken Home 4   
    I heard one of the AMS Higher ups, in response to Evike Matt complaining about target acquisition, say that if he had it his way it would be Coyote and DCU VS Olive/Ranger Green and M81. So it's not like AMS isn't acutely aware of the situation, they just feel like if they get rid of the most "Popular" camo pattern, it will drop their numbers, because a lot of toolbags that wear multicam will refuse to wear anything else, because let's face it, Airsofters are a bunch of manchildren who WILL complain if they don't get their way.
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    ZeroX54321 got a reaction from kyaotraps in Standard Multicam and UFS at Broken Home 4   
    I heard one of the AMS Higher ups, in response to Evike Matt complaining about target acquisition, say that if he had it his way it would be Coyote and DCU VS Olive/Ranger Green and M81. So it's not like AMS isn't acutely aware of the situation, they just feel like if they get rid of the most "Popular" camo pattern, it will drop their numbers, because a lot of toolbags that wear multicam will refuse to wear anything else, because let's face it, Airsofters are a bunch of manchildren who WILL complain if they don't get their way.
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    ZeroX54321 reacted to AscendedJustice in Standard Multicam and UFS at Broken Home 4   
    Im new to the forums, so apologies if I did not follow the usual procedure for introductions. Is there a specific thread that I need to post in dedicated to introductions?
     
    And to address some of your points if something is consistently being brought up as an issue, as you mentioned yourself, then in any analytical assessment, it by nature becomes a red flag. If there was equally as much vocalized frustration coming from UFS about not being able to identify CoST because of a preferred camo pattern, like US Woodland then I would say that this is a non-issue, (and I dont have enough knowledge to make that claim) but I doubt it. 
     
    If the camo in question was not widely used like the one MEERKATMOGS mentioned, then I could also see how this might be a non-issue, but when (and this is a conservative estimate) >50% of UFS are wearing Multicam, this would seem to be cause for concern. 
     
    To address your point about pattern recognition over color recognition: based on guidelines Im assuming that UFS and CoST acceptable camos are determined not just by pattern, but by color as well. If that is the case, then to say that pattern recognition is priority really only addresses half the problem. By that logic I should be able to wear Multicam tropic and be identifiable as UFS.
     
    With regards to fellow UFS seeing MC as green as well, that again only addresses half the problem. On either side there presents difficulty. With CoST I can easily identify friendlies, but have trouble identifying foe. With UFS the issue is difficulty in identifying friendlies but easy identification of foes. Both present issues, but I believe one provides an advantage more-so than a disadvantage.
     
    Most of the engagements Im referring to that made target identification difficult were within 45 meters, so Im not talking about spotting enemies out to 100+meters as well. 
     
    Again the TL:DR version
     
    If people are always complaining about MC then there is a likelihood of an advantage being presented. If that is the case then an advantage should be stated as being and intended part of the simulation, and if it is not intended, then it needs to be reconciled. To be blunt I would hope that MC wasn't simply acceptable because of its popularity. With Multicam Arid and Multicam tropic being available color's for the pattern, it would seems that the pattern is not whats in question. 
     
    To clarify, Im ultimately not particularly invested in it. It was just something that had been mentioned and something I noticed personally and I thought Id bring it up in the forum for discussion. If it seems like Im overthinking things, then well that's just the way I am. haha I trust that the AMS staff do whats in the best interest of everyone involved.
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    ZeroX54321 got a reaction from Parks in Guns in Buildings   
    Muzzle must be out the window on the first floor, you can shoot out the window from behind it if you're on the second floor or higher of a building, they just don't want you to accidentally light someone up from half an inch away as they walk past your window, which is impossible on the second story.
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    ZeroX54321 got a reaction from Kolt1911 in I came 2,200 miles for this Op, AMA   
    Kolt1911, dont let my post lead you to believe that i had a bad time. I enjoyed it all. I just feel that there were different types of fun at play, and the ratio of one to another wasnt quite high enough, but i still had a load of fun. If i had played on day two i would have been a part of the assault on Coleville and i would have had even more airsoft fun than milsim fun, but i was exhausted and satisfied with my experience from day one so i spent the second day walking around the campground chatting with people.
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    ZeroX54321 reacted to Trunk in AARs   
    Please tell me this is not true. I know our guys busted ass on Sunday. I hope that it counted towards something!
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    ZeroX54321 got a reaction from jdelbs18 in I came 2,200 miles for this Op, AMA   
    Oh the weather was great, Only time it was raining hard, we were off the field, and in our hotel, and I love Thunderstorms, so I had a great time while that was happening anyway. No complaints at all about the weather on my part.
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    ZeroX54321 reacted to FNN in Coalition Gain Morale and Ground on Federals   
    Coalition Gain on Federals
    Wes Mantooth – FNN
     
    A harsh reality was dealt to Federal forces on the cold, windy plains of New Mexico. That "reality" was that the current Federal administration's "all-out offensive" had no hope of bringing closure to this conflict which has gripped the country for the last four years.
     
    Not only has this administration failed to defeat a smaller, less organized and equipped Coalition force, but by the very actions of failed aggression, have fostered nothing but sympathy for the succeeded states. Federal strategists assumed a successful defense of the New Mexico territory by Coalition forces would only result in a pyrrhic victory and a second offensive would finally break the Coalition's will. 
     
    However, rumors say that nothing could be further from the truth. The victory won by the Coalition has not only boosted morale and support for the secessionists, but it has also swayed the state legislation of California to publicly lend support to the Coalition. Federal planners are now concerned the California senate might vote for secession in the fall. 
     
    So emboldened by their victory, the Coalition have set their sights on the former Oklahoma territory currently under Federal control. Numerous sightings of Coalition light armor vehicles have been reported by the civilian populace in Northeast and Southeast Oklahoma. This is quite far advanced from any Coalition lines or controlled area.
     
    The Defense Department declined an interview citing operational security, but acknowledged increased Coalition activity in the Oklahoma territory stating "it did not pose a threat to current defensive positions."
     
    It is the opinion of this reporter that we need to replace the current administration, or remove all constraints on what our Federal forces are allowed to do in the theater of operations.  Take the gloves off already, Mr. President! Bring this conflict to an end!
     
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    ZeroX54321 reacted to jazzman in Two rules questions   
    Alex, your very last statement confused me.  If killed by hand, you do not have to wait the alotted bleedout time, and just walk back?  This raises more questions.  Can we stab friendly guys who are bleeding out to have them walk back?  Can we stab enemies who are bleeding out in order to "mercy" kill them?  I.e. "This guy's too far gone for any medic, just put him out of his misery"
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