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16 March 2010 - 03:56 PMIm a low budget player so i wouldn't go out and buy a really expensive sight. I have a red/green dot sight from Center Point that looks like the ACOG. It goes for around 40 bucks. It's durable too. You can treat it like crap and still keep it zeroed. ((Don't treat your sights like crap though. They are your friend.))
12 February 2010 - 04:34 PMI don't have a ghillie suit but I have a ghillie blanket. Just some burlap i use to cover my whole body while in prone. I have three seperate blankets and all serve me quite well.
1.) This is a woodlands one. lots of green and leaves going all over it. Works good in medium to heavy thick forests.
2.) This one has alot of short grass on it for short grasslands.
3.) I sudjest this one for you. It has taller grasses on it and is set up to when you slide it up the grass stands up straight. Good for meadow sniping.
18 January 2010 - 08:06 AMi would lone wolf it in a zombie situation..
not having human interactions will SUCK...
but its easier to deal with then having to put a bullet in a persons head u were just starting to like, or have known most of your life..
u can just talk to a volleyball like tom hanks did in cast away...
Being a lone wolf would leave you in a bad situation. In a three man group, my favored option, you could easily assign watches and get some sleep . as a lone wolf you have to search out a good place to stop and even then not fully sleep.
12 January 2010 - 08:03 AMYou should be reading Max Brooks.
also how do you make a potato silencer
07 January 2010 - 04:44 PMLong Live Mother Russia