I am a member of the Oklahoma Badland Regulators airsoft team. I love playing airsoft as part of a team and in my opinion it is what makes the game really worth playing. Since joining, people have asked me what our team looks for in new recruits and because of this I feel it is a good idea to share some general pointers on how to get noticed by a team. This is simply what I consider to be good attributes for someone looking for any team to have; it’s not like I’m in charge of recruiting for OBR anyways!
Check this out; a great DIY project!
Please note, none of the following is my own material. This has been copied in its entirety to assist more airsoft and milsim players in their quest to be an automatic weapon operator. I take absolutely no credit for its contents.
THE AIRSOFT AUTOMATIC WEAPON OPERATOR’S GUIDE
Original text and editing by ardrummer292
Contributions by navymp28, Panzergraf, Big D, AustinWolv
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Why should you wear gloves?
Ever lose a mag? Ever try to explain how your M4/AR/AK mag looks different from all the others in the lost and found pile? I present a simple solution.
A mag pull (not to be confused with the brand Magpul or any of their products) is simply a device attached to the bottom of a magazine that aids in extracting it from a pouch. This is desirable because it speeds up your reload and decreases the amount of time that your weapon is without ammo. For those who aren’t interested in spending upwards of $20 to put a handle on each of their mags there is a cheap, simple and very effective solution. Just follow these simple steps:
What do you bring your gear to a game in? Sure, you’ve got your rifle case for your guns, and your sweet chest rig/vest/plate carrier/lbe to carry everything in game, but what do you carry all your other gear in?