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WTS: HK416C with Polarstar JACK
Includes:
- VFC HK416C with JACK installed
- Original accessories (sights, magazine)
- Original box/manual/advertising

Details:
This is a VFC HK416C purchased by me in the Spring of 2018. It has had a Polarstar JACK installed in the VFC gearbox shell. The shell has been slightly shaved down in order to sit lower and correct alignment issues. A Maple Leaf 80 Degree bucking has been installed.

The gun is wired so that the FCU is located in the pistol grip and the battery is located in the buffer tube extension. This makes swapping batteries really simple, but also allows access to the FCU without needing to bend wires or cram both batteries and FCU into the confined space of the pistol grip.

Please note that the pictured air-rig, HPA tank, EMAG, Eotech and sling are not included.

Price: $420 shipped via USPS with delivery confirmation.

https://imgur.com/W8N7fmr

https://imgur.com/HojU0HG

https://imgur.com/Qapvy6M

https://imgur.com/QOrKD4R

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Airsoft Discussion / PCU L5 Alternatives
« on: October 20, 2017, 02:46:05 PM »
Hi guys,
 
I'm looking to pick up a Level 5 PCU soft shell.
 
The issue I'm having is that both the ORC and the Patagonia Level 5 PCUs are 1) expensive, 2) hard to find and 3) impossible to find in size "small."
 
I've been able to find Patagonia Level 5s in medium for around the $150-$190 mark. Which, to be honest, is fine, but if I'm going to spend that much on a jacket I'd like it to fit appropriately. I'm 5'6"...
 
So that leads me to another option which is to purchase something similar like a Condor Summit soft shell or a Helikon soft shell in the appropriate color. Both look fairly similar to the Patagonia L5 PCU.
 
Can anyone weigh in on these options or suggest alternatives? I should add that I'm a bit hesitant to pick up something like the Allwin or Emerson/TMC/Clone versions.
 
Thanks!

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Airsoft Discussion / Best performing M4A1 AEG
« on: October 20, 2016, 03:20:19 PM »
Hi guys,

I know there's been some recent talk about the "top dog" M4 platforms on the market (http://www.miairsoft.org/index.php?topic=1002.0).

The consensus seems to be that the Krytac line offers the best bang for the buck.

But... what if someone wants just a plain-jane M4A1, CQBr, etc AEG? I'm talking about an M4 with standard FSP, KAC rail... your basic "SOPMOD Block I" type configuration.

Is it best to just buy a G&P/VFC and then spend a bit extra to do some upgrades or is there a particular brand that makes a pretty competitive "basic" M4?


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Airsoft Discussion / Your Gear Progression!
« on: September 30, 2016, 10:09:36 AM »
Hey guys! Let's see your gear progression down through the years.

I started playing in 2006, but the earliest actual photos I could find were from 2010.


Operation Watchtower @ Bangor, 2010
Classic Army M727 Carbine
Classic Blackhawk Down Loadout
DCUs


Rec game at No Limits, 2010
Classic Army M727 with MOE foregrip, CTR stock and I think I bodged a PEQ-15 onto the side. Tossed my Surefire onto the barrel.
DCUs


Flashfire V at Bangor, 2010
ICS M4A1
Eagle Industries UCR clone


Operation Fueling the Fire at Splatmandu, 2011
ATS chest rig. G&P M733, ACUs (back when ACUs were cool... were they ever really cool, though?)


Operation Shores of Tripoli at the rriginal Matrix Airsoft field, 2011
Weekend Warrior EI SPC replica
FROG Uniform
G&P M4A1 with ACOG and grippod (still own this rifle today!)


Operation Global Betrayal at Hell Survivors, 2012
Replica JPC with Flyye MAP, G&P M733


Operation Northern Light III at McLough Steel, 2012
ATS chest rig and G&P M4A1 with Polarstar FE. I also carried a KWA ATP Glock-a-Like and wore a Protec helmet, but it was so hot all that stuff got left at camp as the day went on.
Truspec OD combat shirt and M81 pants - the agreed upon color scheme for Northern Light for MiA folks.


Operation Pandora's Box at Sherwood Forest, 2013
Flyye EPC, G&P M4A1 with FE


Operation Northern Light IV at McLough Steel, 2013
Truspec OD combat shirt and M81 pants as per usual. Flyye EPC, G&0 M4A1 FE.
This was after I tried to climb through the huge crack pile on site...


Firestorm III at Bangor, 2013
Mayflower APC, HSGI TACOs and an LCT AKM that I owned for a hot minute!
Also Gunny!


Lightning Strike V at the Scioto Juvenile Detention Center outside Columbus, OH - 2014
The start of my 75th Ranger Regiment craze. Flyye RG EPC with a mix of Flyye and RLCS pouches. G&P M4A1 with ACOG and PEQ-15.


Operation Blacksheep at Grayling, 2014
Standard Ranger gear. G&P Block II with whiz-bang DD rail!


Operation Blacksheet at Grayling, 2015
Standard Ranger gear, but with Multicam this time! Ranger-ed out G&P M4A1


Operation IRENE at the MUTC - 2015
They told us to look poor!
ALICE gear, pink soccer jersey (ftw), G&P M653


TCAA Rec game, Traverse City, 2015.
Multicam plus old school Night Desert camo. G&P M4A1 with Mk18 rail, ACOG and PEQ-15. First outing for my Velocity Systems SCARAB Light PC!


Operation Broken Dagger, Chicago, 2016
Haley D3CR with Multimission Hangar and Crye 11x6x4 pouch
I ran a Tippmann M4A1 and my G&P M653 at this event


Operation Ambient Light at Bangor, 2016
Multicam doo-dads! G&P M4A1 with PEQ-2, M203 and Scout Light.








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Rules:
- I accept pay-pal only.
- I will only ship within the United States.
- Insurance is recommended, but is at the buyers expense.
- I am not liable for lost or damaged items due to USPS/UPS/Fedex, etc.
- No refunds, item is sold as is. The item will leave my hands in the conditions described in this thread. I have tried to describe the item as accurately as possible below, but will elaborate if need be.
- I am located in Traverse City, MI and am willing to meet up in the general area.
- Please send questions via PM, questions posted in this thread may not be answered in a timely fashion.
- I am a member of Arnie's Airsoft, Michigan Airsoft (MiA), Airsoft Ohio, Airsoft Forum and Airsoft Retreat. Feel free to look at my buyer/seller ratings on those sites, if you care to.
- NO TRADES AT THIS TIME. MESSAGES REQUESTING TRADES WILL NOT BE REPLIED TO.






Black Hawk Industries Chest Rig
- "Old Gen" from the late 1990s or early 2000s.
- Great condition, a little bit of green spray paint on the buckles.
- Olive Drab.
- Holds a wide variety of magazines & accessories.
- $150 shipped.




Tactical Tailor Assault Vest
- "Old Gen" from the early 2000s.
- Great condition.
- Olive Drab with a bit of tan paint on it, has had a identification number written on the back.
- Very adjustable.
- Holds 6 magazines and hydration with room for a lot of extra kit.
- $80 shipped







Camelbak Viper
- Old school cool, early to mid 2000s.
- Woodland camo.
- No bladder included.
- Has a medium sized storage pocket on the rear.
- Great for backpacking, running or being 1337.
- $60 shipped.





ALICE Gear Drop
- All the ALICE gear you could ever want
- 8 magazine pouches (each holds 3 magazines) - Some have had the grenade pouches removed.
- Y-Suspenders
- Custom H-Suspenders
- Buttpack
- 2 Pistol Magazine pouches
- 2 Medical Pouches
- 1 Compass Pouch
- 1 GPS Pouch
- 1 PRC-127 Radio Pouch (fits Baofengs, iCOMs and similar)
- 3 Canteen Pouches (no canteens included)
- 1 ALICE Belt (Medium)
- 1 Eagle Industries Belt Pad
- 1 M12 Bianchi Holster (Designed for the M9, holds a variety of large frame handguns including Glocks and 1911s)
- 1 2-Quart Canteen Pouch
- 1 IIFS LBV-88 Rifleman Vest
- 1 IIFS LBV-88 Grenadier Vest
- $130 shipped for the entire package (this is a heavy package!)
- I PREFER to sell this as a package.














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Rules:
- I accept pay-pal only.
- I will only ship within the United States.
- Insurance is recommended, but is at the buyers expense.
- I am not liable for lost or damaged items due to USPS/UPS/Fedex, etc.
- No refunds, item is sold as is. The item will leave my hands in the conditions described in this thread. I have tried to describe the item as accurately as possible below, but will elaborate if need be.
- I am located in Traverse City, MI and am willing to meet up in the general area.
- Please send questions via PM, questions posted in this thread may not be answered in a timely fashion.
- I am a member of Arnie's Airsoft, Michigan Airsoft (MiA), Airsoft Ohio, Airsoft Forum and Airsoft Retreat. Feel free to look at my buyer/seller ratings on those sites, if you care to.
- NO TRADES AT THIS TIME. MESSAGES REQUESTING TRADES WILL NOT BE REPLIED TO.





Plate Carrier Package

Flyye EPC/MBAV
- Size S/M
- Ranger Green
- Includes a full set of pouches (Flyye MAP, Eagle Radio Pouch, Eagle Canteen Pouch, 2 Eagle Grenade Pouches, 2 Eagle Smoke/Banger Pouches, 3 RLCS 4 Magazine Pouches, Flyye Admin Pouch, Eagle M4 Magazine Shingle)
- Includes 2 replica foam SAPI plates
- $210 SHIPPED, pretty FIRM on this
- WILL NOT SPLIT




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Michigan Commerce - Airsoft Guns Allowed / WTB: GBB Pistol Tech Work
« on: April 27, 2016, 04:31:28 PM »
Hi guys,

I've got a very finicky TM-based 1911 pistol that I'd like someone to take a look at and get running properly.

If you've got experience teching GBB pistols, shoot me a PM and I'll fill you in on the details.

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Rules:
- I accept pay-pal only.
- I will only ship within the United States.
- Insurance is recommended, but is at the buyers expense.
- I am not liable for lost or damaged items due to USPS/UPS/Fedex, etc.
- No refunds, item is sold as is. The item will leave my hands in the conditions described in this thread. I have tried to describe the item as accurately as possible below, but will elaborate if need be.
- I am located in Traverse City, MI and am willing to meet up in the general area.
- Please send questions via PM, questions posted in this thread may not be answered in a timely fashion.
- I am a member of Arnie's Airsoft, Michigan Airsoft (MiA), Airsoft Ohio, Airsoft Forum and Airsoft Retreat. Feel free to look at my buyer/seller ratings on those sites, if you care to.
- NO TRADES AT THIS TIME. MESSAGES REQUESTING TRADES WILL NOT BE REPLIED TO.








Well folks, the time has come.
Moving to beautiful Traverse City, becoming a father and having new professional responsibilities means that I have less and less time to enjoy airsoft.
Simply put, I have too much gear and too few opportunities to use it all.




Plate Carrier Package

Flyye EPC/MBAV
- Size S/M
- Ranger Green
- Includes a full set of pouches (Flyye MAP, Eagle Radio Pouch, Eagle Canteen Pouch, 2 Eagle Grenade Pouches, 2 Eagle Smoke/Banger Pouches, 3 RLCS 4 Magazine Pouches, Flyye Admin Pouch, Eagle M4 Magazine Shingle)
- Includes 2 replica foam SAPI plates
- $210 SHIPPED, pretty FIRM on this
- WILL NOT SPLIT





Gear

Pantac Dump Pouch - Coyote Brown - $20 SHIPPED


Flyye Vertical GP Pouch - Multicam - $15 SHIPPED - SOLD
Tactical Tailor Fight Light Dump Pouch - Multicam - $20 SHIPPED


Crye AVS Customization Kit
- Includes a variety of buckles and straps for customizing the Crye AVS
- Works with other Crye plate carriers like the JPC
- Never used
- Includes a few extra straps and buckles (in black)
- $35 SHIPPED



Motorola Radio Package
- Motorola Talkabout
- Chinese Bowman Headset
- Chinese Push-to-Talk (PTT)
- Motorola Hand-Mic
- Bowman Headset and PPT are pretty janky, hand-mic works fine
- $45 SHIPPED OBO


ESS Googles
- Used
- "ANSI Rated"
- Two extra lenses
- $25 SHIPPED


Smith Optics Boogie Regulators
- NIB, never used
- Very Low Profile
- Full Seal
- "ANSI Rated"
- $30 SHIPPED



Clothing

USMC FROG Uniform
- Desert MARPAT
- Shirt Size: Small-Regular
- Pants Size: Small-Regular
- Pants have a small tear, otherwise in good condition
- $55 SHIPPED - SOLD






Multicam Uniform
- Massif Combat Shirt
- Size: Small
- $40 SHIPPED



M-1950 Field Jacket
- Size: Regular Small
- Olive Green (OG 107)
- The M-1950 jacket was based on the M-1943 Field Jacket used during WWII and is nearly identical. I used this jacket in my WWII 82nd Airborne impression because M-1943 jackets are difficult to find and replicas are either poorly made or expensive.
- Great for your WWII or Korean War impressions
- DOM: 6/30/1951
- $40 SHIPPED



ECWCS Goretex Parka
- Woodland pattern
- Size: Medium Regular
- Great for hiking or for use as inclement weather gear at longer MILSIM events.
- $55 SHIPPED



AEG Accessories

Madull CCW Threaded 14.5" "Government Profile" outer barrel
- Some dings and scratches
- Full Trademarks
- $20 SHIPPED - SOLD

Madbull CCW Threaded 14.5" "Government Profile" outer barrel
- Some dings and scratches
- Full Trademarks
- $20 SHIPPED - SOLD

Cyma 10.5" / 14.5" "Government Profile" convertible outer barrel
- Convertible between 10.5" and 14.5" with included extension
- $20 SHIPPED

Madbull Mk18 Rail
- Designed for 10.3"10.5" barrels
- Includes all original hardware
- Fits G&P receivers
- $65 SHIPPED - SOLD





Misc G&P Gearbox Parts
- Includes G&P stock gears, stock spring, etc
- Includes G&P stock motor
- Includes G&P stock hop-up unit with bucking
- $25 SHIPPED OBO


FDE Grip-Pod - SOLD
FDE Pistol Grip with Heat Sink - $15 SHIPPED



Misc

RadarChron Paintball Chronograph
- Small, simple design
- Includes original box and manual
- $40 shipped

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Hi guys,

I'm looking to purchase a barrel mounted M203 replica (i.e. the kind that mounts to the barrel, not to a rail). I'm specifically looking for the standard "long" M203 with the full length barrel.

Let me know if you have one for sale.

Thanks,

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EDIT: 7/7/2017 - Photobucket decided to kill all of my images. Here is a link to the VelSys Scarab pics (http://imgur.com/a/QdxUm)

A Review of the Velocity Systems SCARAB Light Plate Carrier
By Gimpalong
12-23-2015


Introduction

This review focuses on the SCARAB Light plate carrier designed and released by Velocity Systems in 2014. Based out of Dulles, Virginia, Velocity Systems is best known for its collaboration with Mayflower Research & Consulting in the development of the Assault Plate Carrier (APC). Those familiar with the popular APC platform will find a lot to like in the SCARAB which offers a lightweight, minimalist design, but with some additional features that the lower-priced APC lacks.

The carrier featured in this review is in size "Medium" with a cummerbund labeled "M/L" and was purchased by the author. This review is entirely unsolicited and the author has received no compensation or endorsement from Velocity Systems or any other retailer.


Full view of the PC with the detachable front flap removed.

Initial Impressions

The SCARAB is both small and light. While certainly much lighter than my EPC, the SCARAB is not in quite the same weight class as the Crye JPC. The carrier fits snugly with room for adjustment in both height and width. I am 5'6" 145 lbs and the medium SCARAB fits me with room to scale up or down. A Crye AVS with medium harness, by contrast, barely fits me when cinched all the way down. I had initially toyed with the idea of purchasing the SCARAB in size small and am glad that I went with the medium as the medium already seems quite tiny. The cut of the carrier is such that it does not impede shouldering a rifle and the shoulder pads, although narrow, are comfortable and nicely padded. The mesh padding inside the plate bags is very comfortable.

Overview

The SCARAB follows the traditional configuration of most modern plate carriers featuring front and rear plate bags and a cummerbund. The plate bags are sized to SAPI plate sizes (S, M, L, XL).

The front plate bag features a velcro loop field for attaching patches, two vertical loops for mounting Swift Clips, a kangaroo pouch and a detachable front flap that secures inside the kangaroo pouch. The detachable front flap is 6 PALS columns wide by 3 PALS rows tall (6x3) on the medium version. Underneath the front flap, the body of the SCARAB is loop velcro with an 8x3 distribution of PALS webbing. The Swift Clip system allows for the mounting of Mayflower Placards or chest rigs such as the Mayflower UW or the Haley D3CR systems. The rear plate bag features zippers on either side to mount a zip-on panel. The only zip-on panel that works with the SCARAB is the one made by Velocity Systems. Neither the Crye nor the Tyr zip-on panels are compatible. The top of the rear plate bag also has a velcro loop field for attaching identification patches. The interior (chest side) of both plate bags is composed of a padded mesh grid which is very comfortable and something I've only seen elsewhere on the Ferro Concepts PC. Each plate bag has an interior plate pocket with a single 1.5" wide strap that attaches via velcro in order to position the plate at the correct height for the wearer and prevent it shifting around inside the bag.


Front of PC with front flap removed.


Rear of PC.


Kangaroo Pouch. The removable front flap velcros into this and then folds over the front of the PC.


Swiftclip system with Mayflower R&C Placard installed.


Swiftclip system with Mayflower R&C Placard installed.


Rear view of the PC. Note the zippers for adding Velocity System's proprietary zip-on panel.


Interior of PC. Note the padded mesh lining.


SAPI plate height adjustment strap.

 The SCARAB's cummerbund is a two-piece design and has a distinct mesh construction presumably to facilitate cooling. Although I have heard some concerns about the durability of this cummerbund design, the mesh design seems sturdy. Unlike most conventional carriers which have a cummerbund that either velcroes or ties together inside the back plate, the SCARAB's follows a slightly different design. Rather than tying together with elastic or paracord or attaching via overlapping velcro, each section of the cummerbund has three "cummerbund fingers" that integrate into the inside of the rear plate via a series of channels or "button-holes." While this system is secure it can be a bit of a pain to adjust when either shortening or lengthening the cummerbund. The cummerbund itself is available in four sizes (S, M, L, XL). The smallest cummerbund has a mounting area of three columns of PALs, the size medium has four, the size large five and the size extra large six. The front of the cummerbund that seals under the carrier's front flap has a square cut out in it. At first I thought that this was solely to make it easier to grip and pull up, but I think it is also designed to let the front flap "grip" through the cummerbund to the actual body of the plate carrier. This could, I suppose, offer a more secure way of holding the cummerbund in place.

Cummerbund profile.


Cummerbund attachment.

The shoulder pads of the SCARAB are noticeable slimmer than traditional PC shoulder pads which tend to be wide and set at fixed geometry. One of the frequent complaints of the APC design is the very wide shoulder pads that tend to cut into the unprotected neck. One criticism of the Crye JPC is that the shoulder pad are set far apart and feel like they are sliding off the shoulder. The SCARAB solves both these problems with skinny pads that attach via a D-Ring built into the front of the plate bag. Velocity System's calls these pads "ULTRAcomp" and they articulate on the D-Ring to suit the body type of the wearer. An accompanying padded sleeve slides over the straps themselves and is surprisingly comfortable. The sleeve is made of a slightly stretchy material and I encountered no issues sliding my comm wires and hydration tube through the sleeve over the shoulder strap.


Shoulder strap with padded sleeve pulled back.


Shoulder strap. Note the D-Ring on which the strap articulates for better fit.


Shoulder strap and sleeve.


Fit

The following photos give an idea of the size of the SCARAB in comparison to a Flyye replica of the Eagle PL in size S/M.
For comparison, I am 5'6", 145 lbs.


The Flyye EPC and Velocity SCARAB Light in comparison.


The SCARAB is quite a bit smaller, but the plate-bags on the EPC are designed to take MBAV-Cut armor and are wider as a result.


EPC.


SCARAB.




Construction
For a detailed overview of the SCARAB's stitching see the following review:
https://primaryandsecondary.com/2015/09/what-is-quality/

To briefly summarize, both the plate bags and the cummerbund have a full width bartack on the PALS webbing. General stitching on the SCARAB is 8 stitches to the inch in comparison to 4 or 5 stitches per inch on lower quality gear. The PALS webbing is dimensionally correct and properly aligned. Lower quality products often have uneven distances between loops of PALS which can make mounting pouches difficult. This is not an issue on the SCARAB. Overall, the construction seems solid.

Criticisms

One of my criticisms of Mayflower APC was that the 500-denier cordura used in the design tended to wear and fray over the life of the carrier. My APC had seen fairly light use during its life and had a few worn spots when I sold it on. The SCARAB features similar construction and I've already noticed that the padded mesh inside the plate bags is starting to fray in a few places.

While most PC designs use heavy duty hook-and-loop velcro, the hook-and-loop used in the SCARAB seems somewhat flimsy. The loop velcro in particular seems soft and weak. When securing the carrier I always take extra time to make sure that the front flap is securely holding the cummerbund to the body of the PC.

It is unfortunate that Velocity Systems chose not to add a built in admin pouch. This was a convenient feature on both the Crye JPC, AVS and Mayflower APC.

The rear plate bag does not feature a drag handle of any kind. This is kind of unfortunate as the absence of one on the APC was a source of criticism. The lack of a drag handle, however, is not uncommon on many lighter weight PCs. The SCARAB also has no release system to quickly dump the entire PC such as the JPC 2.0s "Emergency Doff" system.

Conclusion

I have long been a fan of Mayflower's APC design and I noted the SCARAB when it was released in 2014. Despite being a mid-to-high priced carrier, the only information I could find about the SCARAB was limited to a few blog posts. Prior to this writing there existed, to my knowledge, no detailed review of the SCARAB.

The SCARAB is a well-built plate carrier with many modern features. The padded plate bags and ULTRAcomp, articulated shoulder pads are both comfortable and innovative. The biggest drawbacks are the light-weight velcro used on the cummerbund and carrier body and the lack of a built-in admin pouch. The SCARAB retails for $325 and is priced to compete with the LBT 6094 ($350), Crye JPC 2.0 ($359) and Crye AVS without harness ($300+), Ronin Assaulter Lite ($325), Ferro Concepts PC ($250+) and Tactical Tailor Fight Lite PC ($300). In comparison with these similarly priced PCs, we can see that some basic features like a quick-detach front flap, Swift Clip system and ability to take zip-on panels are pretty standard. The SCARAB complements these features with nicely padded plate bags, unique and comfortable shoulder pads and the overall low-weight, low-profile cut of the PC. Unfortunately, limited availability in the retail market and long wait times direct from Velocity Systems make procuring a SCARAB a bit of a chore. In the end, however, the wait is worth it.

*Note: some images in this review are, for some reason, not properly rotated. This may be an issue with the Photobucket site used to host the pictures. I will try to fix this issue if it does not resolve itself.

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Airsoft Discussion / MiA Round Table #2: Teching Best Practices
« on: September 14, 2015, 10:06:09 AM »
Welcome MiA members to the second MiA Round Table! (see here for the first Round Table: http://www.miairsoft.org/index.php?topic=408.0)

The purpose of the Round Table is to generate discussion about the latest airsoft news, trends and other "hot" topics. Ultimately, our goal is get forum members engaged and contributing in order to build a better MiA community.

Each week we will post a MiA Round Table thread with a series of discussion questions or statements. We invite MiA members to get involved and have their say!

This week's discussion

Teching Best Practices

Gearbox teching, r-hops, sniper tech, etc.

What are some best practices for teching airsoft guns? How do you distinguish between a "good" tech and a "bad" tech? What weird stuff have you see inside gearboxes? What sort of unusual problems have you seen with guns brought in for work? Should we give up on NiHM batteries and all just go to LiPos? Are fuses even necessary and is AoE adjustment even needed? What are some of the online resources you guys use for doing tech work?

Have your say!

@luke213

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Airsoft Discussion / MiA Round Table #1: Facebook versus Forums
« on: September 01, 2015, 12:57:00 PM »
Welcome MiA members to the first MiA Round Table!

The purpose of the Round Table is to generate discussion about the latest airsoft news, trends and other "hot" topics. Ultimately, our goal is get forum members engaged and contributing in order to build a better MiA community.

Each week we will post a MiA Round Table thread with a series of discussion questions or statements. We invite MiA members to get involved and have their say!


This week's discussion

Facebook versus Forums

Which do you guys use more, airsoft forums (MiA, ASF, ASR, AS, Arnie's, etc) or Facebook to talk about airsoft related stuff? Do you prefer one to the other? Has the shift of people moving from forums to FB-airsoft groups been a positive one for the hobby? If you're more a fan of FB, what would it take to bring you back to a forum environment? Better content? More sales and commerce? Aside from MiA, what other FB groups or forum communities are you a part of?

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Clothing & Load Bearing Gear / Eagle H-Harness in Multicam?
« on: August 27, 2015, 02:17:14 PM »
Hi Guys,

I'm sure many of you are aware of the Eagle H-Harness that has been produced for the various LCS (RLCS, MLCS, SFLCS, etc) kits.



Does anyone know if a version of this was ever produced in multicam? I'm seeing versions produced in tan, khaki and ranger green. I spotted a version in multicam, but from only one source. http://webbingbabel.blogspot.com/2015/05/eagle-industries-h-harness-vest-multicam.html

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