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RANGER GREEN LOADOUT OUT WITH MILITARY 1ST! 5.11 AND PENTAGON TACTICAL!

Hey everyone! I know you’re all massive fans of our load out posts and this is a BDU colour that I am super excited about! My friends over at Military 1st have kindly let me build my ideal ranger green BDU and supplied a bunch of kit for the loadout! In this post we’re going to look at kit from the brands 5.11 Tactical and Pentagon including the 5.11 TacticalRapid Response Quarter Zip Shirt in green, the Pentagon BDU 2.0 Pants in Green and the Pentagon Achilles Trekking 6” boots!

RED ALERT PAINTBALL & AIRSOFT SITE REVIEW

Hey everyone!

Welcome back to the blog! Today I have a site review for you – I was invited to Red Alert Paintball and Airsoft on the 23rd March 2019 with my airsoft team Project Cerberus to attend a boot sale/private game day at the site. The site is located near Thatcham and Newbury, and as I live in Derby (much further North of the site) I stayed with friends in Reading the night before.

First And Only – The Outpost (Drakelow Tunnels) Comprehensive Review

Are you looking for a truly breathtaking and completely unique location to play airsoft? Do you want to skirmish in the ONLY publicly accessible WWII Shadow Factory and Cold War Bunker? Do you want to play in the largest underground site in the whole of UK? Then look no further. Sit back and immerse yourself in this historical adventure!

Start Up Cost To Airsoft

Airsoft might seem expensive, but I’m here to debunk that myth for you! It doesn’t have to be that one-off, “stag do” event you attend once every few years, airsoft can actually become an affordable, regular hobby if you know what to look for. Most airsoft sites based in UK offer hire packages that vary between £35 – £50 for a full day game; those packages usually include:

How Does An AEG Work?

In order to understand how different internal parts affect each other’s performance, we must first understand how an AEG actually operates. You will find this section helpful especially if you are currently facing issues with your AEG for the first time and are keen to delve into the internals and repair them yourself. To begin, AEG uses three types of energy – electrical, mechanical and finally pneumatic.