Bloody Hell

30th & 31st May 2009
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby jonsteele » Wed May 20, 2009 11:51 am

Von Straffham wrote:
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TARPEY wrote:MP44 chronoed methinks......they sting!


Don't think you need to be worried about that. Taffy is on the ball when it comes to safety. :good:


Our gas K98's will add to that sting, no worries! :whistle: :rofl:


Not if this weather keeps up :rofl:
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby taffyjohn » Thu May 21, 2009 8:24 am

We have had rain everyday since last Friday so hopefully there won't be any left for Gulch :)
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby jonsteele » Thu May 21, 2009 8:33 am

No rain would be great (I'm sick of watching it through the windows at work), but a slight chill would be better - stop us overheating with all this hill climbing, and handicap the gas K98s! :twisted:
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby Wladek » Thu May 21, 2009 12:28 pm

rain or shine,
warm or cold,
My Dboys is the most constant
Rifle in the world.
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby taffyjohn » Thu May 21, 2009 12:35 pm

Hailstones the perfect size for 6mil at the moment, its the 4th shower so far today :( and the feckers are over 500 fps at the moment :)

Just checked and they are more like 12mil :(
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby Von Straffham » Fri May 22, 2009 9:36 pm

taffyjohn wrote:Hailstones the perfect size for 6mil at the moment, its the 4th shower so far today :( and the feckers are over 500 fps at the moment :)

Just checked and they are more like 12mil :(


How the heck did you get one to pass through your chrono??????????????????? :rofl: :rofl:
If its cool our gas K98's may just be within site limits on green gas! :good: (Now I've gone and stocked up on Ultra its a cert!)
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby Zero Bravo » Fri May 22, 2009 10:38 pm

My teeth are f##ked anyway, so you'd only save the dentist some work if you take mine out with a BB and my eyes are safe as houses cos I got a pair of Taffy's finest mesh goggles :good:
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby taffyjohn » Fri May 22, 2009 11:14 pm

Von Straffham wrote:
taffyjohn wrote:Hailstones the perfect size for 6mil at the moment, its the 4th shower so far today :( and the feckers are over 500 fps at the moment :)

Just checked and they are more like 12mil :(


How the heck did you get one to pass through your chrono??????????????????? :rofl: :rofl:
If its cool our gas K98's may just be within site limits on green gas! :good: (Now I've gone and stocked up on Ultra its a cert!)


Luckily I have 4 types of gas for my G33 :) Hot...very hot.....bloddy hell...... and fek me :rofl:
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby taffyjohn » Sat May 23, 2009 9:09 am

Getting the camping sorted and just bought a nice big 10 man tent :)

This time next week I will be in a right state :) I can't sleep already so God help me next weekend :(
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Re: Bloody Hell

Postby Zero Bravo » Thu May 28, 2009 11:36 pm

I run EAG Worthing sites every other Sunday and many sundays in between. I have trained junior airsofters at Ford Ranges for 18 months, every Monday evening, and for the first time since last August at GZW, I'm not running the game, I'm just frontschwein, ahh bliss.
This is like an airsoft holiday for me, :good:
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