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  1. In Topic: Qloader

    15 March 2009 - 11:35 AM

    Up^^^^^^

    Takes a lot of tuning and very cool when it works

    Not worth it on an A5 though

    Code
  2. In Topic: Two Man Team or No

    14 March 2009 - 06:22 AM

    Well like most people said it depends

    I know that when we are playing defensive I really like to have my buddy with me because he can really lay down some fire. Just to demonstrate the point, we were playing a game where we defended the house blah blha blah and basically it was just both of us defending this one house, him in the house and me out in front in the brush/ behind bunkers. He could spot for me and visa versa, and he would give a bit of cover I would move to a new bunker/tree and get some more angles.

    With this system we didn't exactly get record eliminations, as most of the enemy were smart enough to stay behind cover, but we succeeded in elapsing the 15 minute game timer. When the horn went 11 players came out of their area and were quite severely annoyed that there were only two of us. While most of them were fairly inexperienced, one of the bettter players told me later that he thought there must have been four of us behind the bunkers.

    A final caveat,
    You really need to trust your partner and play with them often to be effective.

    My .02
    Code
  3. In Topic: Action Ghillie in the Desert

    13 March 2009 - 02:50 PM

    Thanks Explosive,
    I am right in thinkning that 3 density upgrades would work for pants, arms, mask , vest, and gun? or should I get an extra densiy upgrade (Ghillie does not need to be thick or anything)

    Code
  4. In Topic: Advance Action Ghillie Netting

    13 March 2009 - 01:45 PM

    Cool looking kits
    Shame you don't make a desert one
    Thanks for your advice on my desert action ghillie, when I am done (probably April as I still need to get the cash together) I will post some pics up

    Code
  5. In Topic: Action Ghillie in the Desert

    13 March 2009 - 01:37 PM

    Sorry for the zombie post but for some reason my school IP adress is blocked fromt he forum or something, so I haven't been able to post for a while. So I ampretty sure I want to do something with the action ghillie, so my quesion is for the environment pictured in the thread, regular omnipat works really well, but when I am getting the density upgrades, should I just go all omnipat or should I throw in another colour or two?

    If so what sort of ratio do you guys think

    I was either going to go with
    Full omnipat
    Omnipat + Marpat desert Digi (Two thirds to one third) (Xplosive recommended this but I'm not sure on ratio)
    Omipat + Sagebrush + desert digi (One third each)

    Thanks a ton for the advice guys
    Code

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