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Archive for June, 2011
 

 

Still time to book for Schaulen

Plenty of place left for Comrades in Arms’ next event to be held on 9th/10th July on the Welsh/Shropshire border. More information of the forum: www.ww2airsoft.org.uk/php/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=168
by admin
 

 
 

King Arms wood kits

Newly released, King Arms M1A1 real wood conversion kit comprising stock, fore grip and pistol grip. Made to fit the KA M1A1 but might well be suitable for the CYMA and Marui versions of the M1A1. More details: www.kingarms.com...
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The Visit of Hauptmann Horn – April 2011

Saturday 2nd April 2011 To be held at IED’s Hay on Wye site Scenario 10th May 1941 As the war drags on in the Desert on the afternoon of 10th May a disillusioned Deputy Fuhrer Rudolf Hess said goodbye to his wife and youn...
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The Beginners Guide to Brit Kit

Introduction The following article is a compilation of information from various threads on the Comrades in Arms forum. It isn’t meant to be the definitive text on the subject but simply a resource for WW2 airsofters who w...
by BedsnHerts
 

 
 

Event videos

Many of our players are kind enough to record our events for posterity and go to great time and trouble to put together videos for us all to enjoy and reminisce. Thank you to you all, it is much appreciated. Note to non-WW2 air...
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WW2 uniform for the larger gent

I have been involved with WW2 airsoft for a few years now, and like most I started with the more modern loadouts prior to making the switch. There was a niggle in my mind with both styles of the game; would I as a larger indivi...
by bigkie
 

 

 
Dboys K98 Gas Bolt Take Down Guide

Dboys K98 Gas Bolt Take Down Guide

I thought I would put together a K98 Gas bolt take down guide as mine was venting gas out of the safety lever area and there wasn’t a picture guide anywhere on the internet to show the internals. First remove the bolt fro...
by rammix
 

 
 

Taking the plunge…

It’s fair to say that prior to starting WW2 air soft in 2010, I had grown pretty fed up with the game. I’d been playing fairly frequently since around 2004, I was a member of a well organised, even, a ‘good’ team and ha...
by Mattywheels
 

 
 

US: Infantryman

Basis of impression Pictured is a US infantryman wearing the standard uniform throughout the war in the ETO. Although gradually phased out with the M43 this was warn from the first landings in North Africa, through to the fall ...
by Wladek