SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby TheChef » Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:02 am

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Also who was it that wanted the Steel helmet from there as I have forgot :slap:


I think it was me, I asked just after you collected the other ones.
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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby oddball » Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:11 pm

TheChef wrote:
oddball wrote:


Also who was it that wanted the Steel helmet from there as I have forgot :slap:


I think it was me, I asked just after you collected the other ones.


OK will sort it out soon :D
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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby oddball » Tue Jul 05, 2011 3:22 pm

Got it for you today :good: £9
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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby oddball » Sat Jul 09, 2011 10:58 pm

I just had this link sent to me for anyone interested :shock:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/AUTHENTIC-KELLYS- ... 2a1200e399

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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby Joseph Porta » Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:22 am

german feldgrau uniform availibe for loan. (nates mate has one sorted so this is availible again)

42" chest
38" waist (braces fitted as im a `36)
steel `elmet
belt and k98 pouches
gaiters



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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby Poacher » Mon Aug 15, 2011 4:57 pm

Getting closer and everyone seems sorted?
I've got German, US and Soviet field kit I can loan out, uniforms if you are a big person.
Helmets, got those if your head is a 60/61.
Need a zeltbahn to keep the crud off your uniform? I can help.
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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby ww2stu » Thu Aug 18, 2011 2:45 pm

Didnt know were to post this, but just a last minute thought.

I want to UCAP based in portsmouth for a airsoft game a couple of years ago. (underground ww2 bunker/complex) They didnt allow bangs over a mark 5 ( i think) but with the low roof they were still extremely loud. Especially when 2-3 were going off in close proximity. So they handed out ear plugs before the first game for people to use. So my question Is it worth purchasing some ear plugs? Will some be provided already as the site is used to this? Or should I just man up and get on with it? :ghey:

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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby Joseph Porta » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:08 pm

ww2stu wrote:Didnt know were to post this, but just a last minute thought.

I want to UCAP based in portsmouth for a airsoft game a couple of years ago. (underground ww2 bunker/complex) They didnt allow bangs over a mark 5 ( i think) but with the low roof they were still extremely loud. Especially when 2-3 were going off in close proximity. So they handed out ear plugs before the first game for people to use. So my question Is it worth purchasing some ear plugs? Will some be provided already as the site is used to this? Or should I just man up and get on with it? :ghey:

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i posted this part in the rules section , will all players please read the rules, but we will go through them on the day as well :good:



ALL PLAYERS will be issued with:

A bandage, to show their wounded
A lightstick, to show their dead
Ear protection.A set of new, roll up, squishy ear plugs. There will be some loud pyro, in confined spaces. nothing dangerous, and its all supplied by the site owners, they have tested it, and they are happy with its use, but we are giving people the option of hearing protection. Its a personal choice if you use it or not.

You will need to bring you own BSA approved safty glasses, and face protection if you require it.


SMOKE IS NOT ALLOWED ON SITE, ANY USE WILL RESULT IN IMMEDIATE END OF GAME. not our call, but the site owners, remember rule 1.
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Re: SWAP SHOP Items to lend or need to borrow

Postby ww2stu » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:37 pm

Ok thanks for clearing that up, i thought I had read it some where. :slap:
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