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 Post subject: Re: Awesome stuff you've just bought (+pics please)
PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 5:24 pm 


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It's been a couple of months since I last went but I've just picked up a Tokyo Marui Sgr-12 for Airsoft.

https://images.app.goo.gl/XuTj9mixpK3Kecsq8

Probably shouldn't have though as I've only just shelled out 200 quid for a Logitech g27 wheel, pedals and shifter so I can play project cars in vr


I guess I'm not the only one who like toy guns! Very nice


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 Post subject: Re: Awesome stuff you've just bought (+pics please)
PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:25 am 


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I guess I'm not the only one who like toy guns! Very nice


Yeah, even though our site doesn't allow full auto it will still fire faster than a regular pump action. I also picked up the 3000 end drum magazine because it looks cooler than the stock box mag
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 8:44 pm 


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I guess I'm not the only one who like toy guns! Very nice


Yeah, even though our site doesn't allow full auto it will still fire faster than a regular pump action. I also picked up the 3000 end drum magazine because it looks cooler than the stock box mag


I haven't played in a few years due to working weekends but I'm going to try to get back into things this season. At least get myself there for one or two games if I'm lucky.

What's your load out?

I have several M4 varients but I like to keep things light with my VFC KAC PDW. Foldable stock, very short and I R-hoped it so it shoots straight like a lazer :)

Side arms is a G17/18C.

Secondary is a KWA ERG that's been R-hopped as well. Love the feedback with the electric recoil.
Both guns are pretty reliable. Though my G18C has been giving me a ton of issues I can't seem to figure out.

The other M4s are all tuned up as well but mainly wall hangers considering both primary and secondary guns have given me no major issues.


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 Post subject: Re: Awesome stuff you've just bought (+pics please)
PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:10 am 


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Leader Bee wrote:
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I guess I'm not the only one who like toy guns! Very nice


Yeah, even though our site doesn't allow full auto it will still fire faster than a regular pump action. I also picked up the 3000 end drum magazine because it looks cooler than the stock box mag




What's your load out?


I like to be a bit different so the first gun I got was a JG star dragon/thunder maul, basically a stubby M4 with body kit.

Since then I've been using an RDP spectre with a pressure switch for a laser and strobe attached as main and a pistol grenade launcher as a secondary; surprised me that most people don't know what it is because they shit their pants when I come around the corner and hit them with 120 BBS at once straight to the face

Where I can I've been using the xcore tech mini tracer unit on my guns because it's all inside can so the short length really helps but unfortunately I don't know of any tracer unit that fits on a shotgI'm and sometimes I switch out the launcher for one of cymas pump action shortys
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 Post subject: Re: Awesome stuff you've just bought (+pics please)
PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:41 am 


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Leader Bee wrote:
I like to be a bit different so the first gun I got was a JG star dragon/thunder maul, basically a stubby M4 with body kit.

Since then I've been using an RDP spectre with a pressure switch for a laser and strobe attached as main and a pistol grenade launcher as a secondary; surprised me that most people don't know what it is because they shit their pants when I come around the corner and hit them with 120 BBS at once straight to the face

Where I can I've been using the xcore tech mini tracer unit on my guns because it's all inside can so the short length really helps but unfortunately I don't know of any tracer unit that fits on a shotgI'm and sometimes I switch out the launcher for one of cymas pump action shortys


Nice... I've always liked the size and weight of the spectre. Actually thought of picking one up at one point but I have too many toys and over here in Canada toy guns are much more expensive.


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 Post subject: Re: Awesome stuff you've just bought (+pics please)
PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 10:43 am 


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I just prefer the look of it to the usual m4s, vectors, p90s and mp5s, only problem is the miniscule 40 round mags are the only ones you can get....think there might be a drum mag too but it makes it look fuglyyyyy
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 Post subject: Re: Awesome stuff you've just bought (+pics please)
PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 12:47 pm 


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Some new Sega stuff:

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I admit I just bought Curse because of the cover artwork. The game itself is pants.

I've been after Time Dominator for a while. Imo it's one of the good mascot platformers up there with Captain Havoc (mainly because they're both made by Japanese devs with an arcade mindset). Time Dominator also has one of the best Mega Drive OSTs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnVAuyWAf5A

GG Shinobi II is superb and best played on 3DS, so this is just for the shelf. ;)


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 1:07 pm 


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hadn't heard the Socket OST, but seeing as it's a Vic Tokai game, I'm not surprised it has a killer soundtrack :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 3:08 pm 


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Last couple days. There was also some anime BDs but I quickly shelved them and don't want to get them off for a pic.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 10:37 pm 


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2019 2:56 pm 


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How is sound quality over DAB? I've read mixed reviews, to say the least...


We don't have that over here, just good ol' FM and AM(all big stations broadcast in analog) and satellite and internet radio if your car is equipped for it. but no digital transmission system like DAB

Is FM stll transmitted where you're at? or was it killed off


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2019 6:36 pm 


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Got my final(?) holy grail coming in... An original Bubble Bobble PCB... compared to the prices shooting games are going for nowadays, this suddenly wasn't one of the expensive ones anymore, so I might as well.

...however as usual, it's a US seller, and stubbornly refusing to pay $100-$150 extra just to receive the PCB, I've now got it stored away safely somewhere in the US until I'll be able to pick it up personally in three months >_>
The pain.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:20 pm 


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How is sound quality over DAB? I've read mixed reviews, to say the least...


We don't have that over here, just good ol' FM and AM(all big stations broadcast in analog) and satellite and internet radio if your car is equipped for it. but no digital transmission system like DAB

Is FM stll transmitted where you're at? or was it killed off

FM still is the very mainstream, it's DAB+ that looks like dead in the water. HOWEVER there are some radio stations only DAB+ or online (via internet), which are not half-bad, so there is a bit of glamour to having a radio receiver this diminutive receiving it. Sound quality-wise, I believe the bitrate is 128 kbps at best, so there is that. Then again, I haven't heard it coming from any high-end speakers yet. My general problem with DAB+ is that not only the signal is quite delayed compared to the FM radio, but also different models of DAB+ receivers sport different levels of delay. Thus listening to various radio stations within one household can be challenging our habits.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:06 pm 


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Sumez wrote:
Got my final(?) holy grail coming in... An original Bubble Bobble PCB... compared to the prices shooting games are going for nowadays, this suddenly wasn't one of the expensive ones anymore, so I might as well.

...however as usual, it's a US seller, and stubbornly refusing to pay $100-$150 extra just to receive the PCB, I've now got it stored away safely somewhere in the US until I'll be able to pick it up personally in three months >_>
The pain.


Well at least it won't get damaged in transit this way.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:06 pm 


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Just added a Sega Astro City to the collection.
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