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Old 10-15-2012, 08:21 PM
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Quick question, For a polar star build, M4 length barrel. Best hop up, Rhop? Flat hop?
Since no one has answered your question yet, I suppose I will. Out of the options you've given, the R-hop will be the best, hands-down as long as it is installed correctly.
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Q: Haven't really found an answer for this one. What kind of marker(s) do people use to label their equipment? The blue markings you find so often spread through out pictures of military gear - is it just sharpie or something else? Any help would be much appreciated.
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:27 PM
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Q: Haven't really found an answer for this one. What kind of marker(s) do people use to label their equipment? The blue markings you find so often spread through out pictures of military gear - is it just sharpie or something else? Any help would be much appreciated.
It is a blue paint marker made by Sharpie. You shake it kinda like a can of spray paint, then it applies just as a Sharpie.
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:31 AM
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Whats your favorite helmet type? mich,ibh,etc.
I had originally had a crush on the IBH. As time went on and I grew, the Mich 2000 grew on me. As to production, I hear that the Element Fast helmet has some of the best padding and suspension of any replica out of the box. That means less money spent after the fact for replacements.
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Old 10-16-2012, 08:52 AM
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I had originally had a crush on the IBH. As time went on and I grew, the Mich 2000 grew on me. As to production, I hear that the Element Fast helmet has some of the best padding and suspension of any replica out of the box. That means less money spent after the fact for replacements.
I do like the IBH, but the FAST helmets are now my babies.

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recently got a mac 11 and need a way to carry it as a side arm, what kind of holsters do i need to carry it?
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:46 PM
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IBH are my favorite but mich 2000 and 2001 are close second
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Old 10-16-2012, 08:23 PM
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didnt want to make a thread for this so here i go:

smith optic boogie goggles. do they meet AO standards for eye pro?
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Old 10-16-2012, 08:25 PM
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recently got a mac 11 and need a way to carry it as a side arm, what kind of holsters do i need to carry it?
your best option is probably going to be a small sling around your shoulders sort of like this.

http://battlefield.play4free.com/en/....php?tid=84693 (note, this is not a site to purchase from)


This is a thigh holster for the mac 11 if you dont like the other option though

http://www.airsoftatlanta.com/UTG_MA...en_p/37201.htm

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Old 10-17-2012, 04:29 AM
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didnt want to make a thread for this so here i go:

smith optic boogie goggles. do they meet AO standards for eye pro?
Yes. Unless you have a flat face, they're great. However I would look into getting a better strap for them (modded bungee-cord would be better) because the rubber one it comes with isn't that durable. Mine snapped when it got caught by a branch.
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I <3 PASGT (Yes, I know...I'm the odd one ) but pretty much only because I have a full PASGT loadout. Otherwise, it's the MICH 2000.
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Old 10-17-2012, 08:27 PM
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I am looking for an extremely fast motor for around $50. I was looking at the ICS Turbo 3000 but was wondering what would be the best motor for the money. Currently I have a JG Blue (I assume, no markings are on it.)
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JG blue motors are some of the slowest torque motors out there. If you want maximum RPM, get a Lonex A3 or find an Element Max Speed. Both are relatively inexpensive.
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I am looking for an extremely fast motor for around $50. I was looking at the ICS Turbo 3000 but was wondering what would be the best motor for the money. Currently I have a JG Blue (I assume, no markings are on it.)
Like Jonezy said, the Lonex motors are extremely good, and you can find them for around $50 here: http://clandestineairsoft.com/index....x&cPath=1_6_10 Ben has a restock time page somewhere on there to tell you when stuff will be back in stock, and you can email him too. Watch for when stuff comes back in stock and snap it up, it runs out quick. The new TITAN motors supposedly run a little hotter (temperature-wise) but do offer a little more power (info credited to Spectre). If you are going to run one of these motors, make sure you are running a battery powerful enough to cycle it. 11.1v LiPo would probably be your best bet.
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Old 10-18-2012, 07:25 PM
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One more question. I am building an act of valor loadout from the end of the movie. Does anybody know of any carriers that are similar to the ones in the move?
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I think they used 6094's... Not 100 percent sure though.
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Hi all!

I'm a left-handed shooter and I've run into what I believe is a typical problem: My rifle bumps against my torso, and I lose my mags. I have a potential solution, but I'm wondering this: Does anybody know of a left-handed mag release? NOT an ambi release, which works both sides, but a modification that allows purely left-handed use?

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I don't of a lefty mag release but I used to have the same problem. I changed the way I slung my rifle and moved my gear around to prevent it.
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