Hello from Somerset
New to the forum (and WW2 Airsoft) so thought I’d post this as an introduction.
I’m Baz, a regular in Warminster usually seen running around like a daftie with a FAMAS. I’m keen on taking a step back from the glitz and glamour of a bullpup and picking up the G&G Mk4 Enfield when it’s released.
Looking forward to attending events once everything has settled down and we’re allowed to get back to skirmishing.
Its been a bad year for events but have a look back at the archives year by year to see what you have missed.
Not sure what kit you have but be Generic Inf to start don`t go for Uber SS or US Airborne as the games are limited. German and Brit Inf always get a game
and ask if you need advice.
Look forward to meeting on the field
Thank you for the reply and advice. Everywhere is having a bad time of it with games and events but that doesn’t mean we won’t be back out there at some stage. Just got to be patient and hope the sites can get through it.
When it comes down it kit it’ll be British, I think. I know I turned up to the party a bit late but I’ll not be taking credit for winning anything single handed, so that’s a US build out the window!
I’ve found a few websites that sell repo Pat 37/40 BD and webbing so that collection is slowly coming together, just got to be patient for the G&G LE4.
Brits always welcome.
I managed to organise a game in November and recently we have been getting quite a lot of Brit Paras.
Our uniform requirements for our games are quite generic so people without Brit Para smocks have in the past worn Brit BD`s and just bought a Beret 👍
Keep an eye open on the forum when I know more about where the country is going I will probably be putting on a game just South of London.
Brits v Germans
Hello and welcome! British is always a good choice as you can do almost every arm of service with a basic uniform and a different hat. Unlike the Germans, where you have buy a complete new uniform!
Hopefully see you at a game soon.
"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.