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Granger
(@granger)
Noble Member

Patton Stalled

Nice. I'm liking the mg34.

Regards,

Ralph

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Posted : 12/05/2015 4:19 pm




HeadShot
(@headshot)
Illustrious Member

For me it has to be about the reality and authenticity. If there are pallet buildings or water bowsers in sight it ruins it for m.

So I love these ones from Jedburgh:

Of course, a lot of the greatest memories are from the days of the Blingunddrinkengruppe, which is long disbanded. The socials were completely epic and often overshadowed the actual gameplay.

This photo sums all of those memories neatly and fondly:



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Posted : 19/05/2015 1:46 pm




dieselmonkey
(@dieselmonkey)
Noble Member

Bit of a flood, but this is my favourite event album, from one of my favourite events.

I present the 2nD Bat. South Staffords Operation Husky Regimental War Diary:

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Posted : 19/05/2015 2:39 pm




Steiner
(@steiner_1609088194)
Illustrious Member

I like this one, courtesy of Andy Crowley. Knowing the context helps - the Yanks just mullered the whole DAK squad - post ambush adrenaline come-down.


You've got nothing to ein, zwei, drei, vier

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Posted : 24/05/2015 4:25 pm




cjw957
(@cjw957)
Famed Member

best scrap i never saw as was behind a big bush throwing the smoke and grenades , popped out to help out and all the germans were dead :whistle:




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Posted : 24/05/2015 4:46 pm




Tin
 Tin
(@tin)
Reputable Member

After setting the trip wires, we hunkered down and waited. A few to the sides of the road, with an MG and the rest of the squad on high ground. When it kicked off, a few grenades were lobbed into the road. Then, as the smoke started to clear, we stepped out. I was expecting to get hammered but all along the road there were dead Germans. Fair play to you guys, remaining 'dead' as we played through, the visual aspect was awsome, and yes, the adrenaline was really flowing.


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Posted : 24/05/2015 4:54 pm




(@bedsnherts)
Famed Member

This one. From a long, long time ago

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Posted : 24/05/2015 5:22 pm




Steiner
(@steiner_1609088194)
Illustrious Member

Ah yes! There were some great "Signal" covers. :good:


You've got nothing to ein, zwei, drei, vier

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Posted : 24/05/2015 7:40 pm




HeadShot
(@headshot)
Illustrious Member

This one. From a long, long time ago

Autumn Mist innit?



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Posted : 25/05/2015 6:08 pm




Ox&Bucks
(@oxbucks)
Estimable Member

I like this one, courtesy of Andy Crowley. Knowing the context helps - the Yanks just mullered the whole DAK squad - post ambush adrenaline come-down.

I was in the hedge on the wrong side of the road with Cuff and someone else hiding and I can assure you that it was all pure luck!

We only dived in that hedge as you got up on us by surprise! I lay in fear as I was sure we would get seen. We left the rifle as you bumped us in progress of setting mines..... then got very lucky.

Gunning down and nading whole section was my most enjoyable airsoft moment yet! I remember watching helmets go past on the road, then the chaos and my adrenaline was sky high!


Current Arsenal: ICS Grease Gun, ICS M1 Garand, MP40, Viva Arms Sten Mk2.

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Posted : 27/05/2015 3:58 pm




cjw957
(@cjw957)
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to be fair it was not that lucky , we had half of the squad up high looking down and in cover with a bar team , 3 people at the side of the road hidden with nades and 2 folks with guns and cuff wondering where his gun was lol , not to mention a the trip wires :)

the only luck was we did not do what we normally do and blow our selves up lol




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Posted : 27/05/2015 5:19 pm




Zero Bravo
(@zero-bravo)
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*cough*expertplanning*cough*




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Posted : 27/05/2015 7:45 pm




TheChef
(@thechef)
Honorable Member

I always liked this one looking down the barrel of my custom MG34 at Drakelow Tunnels...
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German

Russian

British

Japanese

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Posted : 28/05/2015 9:39 am




(@prideofengland)
Noble Member

to be fair it was not that lucky , we had half of the squad up high looking down and in cover with a bar team , 3 people at the side of the road hidden with nades and 2 folks with guns and cuff wondering where his gun was lol , not to mention a the trip wires :)

the only luck was we did not do what we normally do and blow our selves up lol

You were luckier than you realised, our two point men did see you but thought it was like one of Josh's non shooty game starts where you give the 1000 yard stare past them and curse rabbits for moving in the bushes. Consequently the rest of us walked up far to casual to our doom. :rofl:

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Posted : 29/05/2015 8:33 am




CHThree
(@chthree)
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I present the 2nD Bat. South Staffords Operation Husky Regimental War Diary:

:D Oh, I enjoyed that. The pics and the memories. :good:



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Posted : 18/06/2015 8:06 pm




CHThree
(@chthree)
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A few of my favourites shot on a 35mm 1941 Argus C3 at the Sevastopol game:

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Posted : 20/08/2015 7:15 pm




CHThree
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Yes, it really was that cold.



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Posted : 20/08/2015 7:16 pm




MartinR
(@martinr)
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Yes, it really was that cold.

I still shiver remembering it.

Cheers
Martin

"Mistakes in the initial deployment cannot be rectified" Helmuth von Moltke
Toys: AGM MP40, Cyma M1A1, TM M14/G43/SVT40, TM VSR/K98, SnS No. 4, ASG Sten, Ppsh.

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Posted : 21/08/2015 1:09 pm




GDog
 GDog
(@gdog)
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Like this one of me and my Fellow Point Man from Operation Benevento last weekend at Stormforce..."The Tip of the Spear."-- attachment is not available --


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Posted : 21/08/2015 5:20 pm




dcheetham89
(@dcheetham89)
Reputable Member

A few of my favourites shot on a 35mm 1941 Argus C3 at the Sevastopol game:

These are really beautiful photos, funny I've just bought myself a argus, bit more everyman than a kiev-4a ( prewar contax copy) . what film have you used? ISO?

my contribution

Embarassed its one of my own, but I got the click in before I got the bullet, Crete and the never ending assualt by the FJ

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Posted : 22/08/2015 8:26 am




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