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16 June 2008 - 10:11 AMit reminds me of the UAVs online in ghost recon. I love shooting them down, I woulndnt shoot someones helicopter but I know someone else would.
12 April 2008 - 07:13 AMI do agree with you in many ways, like how paintball isn't really practical for sniping in most games. I have an action ghillie and I love it. I bought the pre-completed all season one. Here are some tips here agree some things to consider while making one.
1. if you have a vest, put some leaf on the vest but don't ghillie the ultralights underneath the vest. this will keep you much more comfortable and save you money. (same goes for the kneepad area)
2. cover the suit completely (except knee/vest like areas) but have a good amount of extra leaf. run your fingers through the leaf and cut the leaf VERTICALY with scissors. (dont cut the base garment!) Making cuts exactly between the rows if zip-ties. After doing this there will be holes that open up. the ghillie will be more 3D and work better if you do this. fill the holes in with the extra leaf.
3 the most important thing to do is keep the "tails" of the zip-ties (to be clipped later) ON THE OUTSIDE! I promise you wont feel the plastic unless you put the tip tie nubbin on the inside! they are sharp unless cut down flush with the head of the tie. I recommend buying a small pair of clippers ( you will want spring loaded ones to make it easier)
Making a full ghillie will take a long time but Is worth the work. Like all ghillies taking your time will make it many times better.
Here is a picture of an interesting ghillie. If I had another pair of ultra lights I would absolutely do this. The head shoulders and gun are the most important things to cover but a little ghillie on the rest of the bogy is good. I would recommend buying the AG hood, and doing this instead. Its faster to make, lighter, cheaper, less snaggy, and more practical. I think thats totally the way to go. This picture is in the "Sniper tech" article.
11 April 2008 - 07:43 AMlooks cool, only thing i have is this, dog + red eyes = scary.
you should get an airthru dog!...................... leg stock.
no really, a dogleg would let you drop the sight down. (I personaly like red dot reflex sights but whatever you are familiar with is probably good)
i like it! but 7.76/10 because the sights so high up.
BTW I your dog.
11 April 2008 - 07:36 AMGet the Q bow. having only 20rds in the longbow, or any other gun is terrifying. its doable but you are gonna freak out if your position is blown. if I was you i would make a Qbow. play a couple games and decide it you want a ghillie. ghillies are fun but really can change your game. and sometimes they are not fun. like if your cover is blown and you are trying to run away.
11 April 2008 - 07:21 AMwhy wouldn't you want this closed? Its kinda pointless now. The Mods have spoken. Sorry but A Mods word is equivalent Gods word here.
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