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HUTU (hop up tracer unit) - Success!

Posted by Kundi (Roger) on July 17, 2014 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (10)

There is something about a good night game.  It is much cooler than having a game during the day, which is probably why I like it more.  The excitement level is higher as you move around not knowing was is about the next bush or corner.  I also like the simple...

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Night Games

Posted by Kundi (Roger) on March 23, 2014 at 5:00 PM Comments comments (4)

It is getting close to the  time we start having night games.  Here are a few suggestions that will help you get the most out of  your night game experience.


Equipment:  

Get a tracer unit and some glow in the dark bb's.  Weapon blender has a good tracer unit for $49.95
(http://weaponblender.com/Arma-Pro-Series-full-auto-tracer-unit-p5880.html), or you can get one built into your hop up (check the UCA website).  It will ...

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Leave It Better Than You Found It

Posted by Amis (Amis) on November 2, 2013 at 8:10 PM Comments comments (2)

Most of us are pretty familiar with the concept of "Leave No Trace." Most of us are also pretty familiar with the concept of "9 volts is good so 11 must be better." We've embraced the technology to not just shoot our friends with 3 or 4 BBs at a time, but 9 or 10 at a time. I myself have been known to blast through an M60 box mag or two at 11 volt LiPo speeds. Unfortunately your love of ammo distribution is probably as great as mine. Imagine the number of BBs we leave on the field. 

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Improving Game Play

Posted by Kundi (Roger) on April 25, 2013 at 11:30 PM Comments comments (6)

Having moderated a fair number of games, here are a few suggestions about how we approach airsoft that could improve our games.


1,)  Learn the ROE's before  you come to the game.  If you have not read them over in the past few months, read them again.  Too many times complaints I get are from people who do not understand the rules or are using rules from other groups.  While similar, we all have our own variations.  


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Enhanced Night Game Rules

Posted by Kundi (Roger) on July 28, 2012 at 11:05 PM Comments comments (2)

In order to let more people play at night we are going to try some experimental enhanced night game rules. 

 

Here they are:

Weapons and Restrictions

1. CQB Guns

a. Green gas pistols

b. Shot guns

c. AEG’s shooting 300 FPS or under

d. Cold steel knife

e. GBB AEG’s shoot 300 FPS or under

f. Full or semi auto

g. Must have tracer unit or flashlight on when shooting

h. No minimum engagement

 ...

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LiPo Battery Information

Posted by FOG (Chris) on June 21, 2012 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (2)

I am frequently asked about LiPo batteries and how to take care of them.  This article covers a lot of information and can be confusing.  If you have any questions feel free to post up.  LiPo's are great batteries but they do have the potential of "exploding" if not handled correctly.


Tenergy Corp.

436 Kato Terrace

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That's some high quality H20

Posted by Kundi (Roger) on June 10, 2012 at 1:40 AM Comments comments (3)

 

Ever notice how irritable people get the first few warm games of the summer? We all start out with good intentions, calling our hits and complimenting other players on good shots or tactics, but as the day wears on there is more arguing and drama. Dehydration and increased core temperature may have more to do with it than having a...

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Airsoft, The game of Gentlemen

Posted by kii (Matt) on May 28, 2012 at 12:45 AM Comments comments (6)

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, airsoft is a game of gentlemen.  Unlike paintball, where when one is hit, it is apparant to everyone they are hit, airsoft relies on the honesty of those who are playing.  Where other sports require a referee to keep people from breaking the rules, airsoft relies on people knowing the rules, and following them honestly. 


This does not mean that mistakes aren't made in airsoft, not feeling a hit, or the occasional he...

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Suck, I chronoed at 349 FPS

Posted by Mike - Retired From Airsoft on May 18, 2012 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (8)


I love my AGM 416, and my Galaxy MP5k. They have both served me well and have never let me down. Many of you have heard me sing praises to the 416. I've owned it for nearly three years, have easily put over 50k+ bbs through it, run it with an 11.1v lipo, and I've never modified a thing, zero problems. 

When I bought it at WB it shot 413 FPS in the sto...
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Bread, The Universal Weapon

Posted by Mike - Retired From Airsoft on April 6, 2012 at 5:30 PM Comments comments (8)



I once listened to a fellow parent tell me that they would never let their kids have any kind of toy gun or weapon. Shortly thereafter I proceeded to watch her four year old turn his slice of bread into a gun and make unmistakable gun sounds. I did everything I could to keep the grin off my face but failed miserably. That kid, was a victim of genetics.


On almost a weekly basi...

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