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Excite-o-meter

Postby Hänschen klein » Wed May 23, 2012 7:43 pm

Getting up there at a 7.5
I just have so much to do planning etc but the weather Gods seem fine so Phew 8)
Charging the first of the batteries so i know i am well on my way when I get to that point.
Lads tried on kit and adjusted webbing (Yeah had to change it after the 10 layers of clothing from Sevastopol game :rofl: )
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby prideofengland » Wed May 23, 2012 8:15 pm

At least a 7 already :D Packed up ready, just batteries to charge and food to sort out tommorow then load the van Friday, cant wait :good:
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Postby fremsley » Wed May 23, 2012 8:32 pm

:cry: - 10000. You know why. Give those Jerries a damn good ticking from me!
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Postby dadio » Wed May 23, 2012 10:51 pm

fremsley wrote::cry: - 10000. You know why. Give those Jerries a damn good ticking from me!

roger will co
pretty high 7, battery's charged kit coming together but still need to count tent pegs and get food.
just need to finish my daughters car"timing belt" tomorrow and i can get the rest done,bloody kids i tell her im off work for two weeks but leave the end of the second week so i can get organised and the only day that suits her is thursday :banghead:
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby Just Jumped » Wed May 23, 2012 11:07 pm

7. Haven't actually got anything apart from my helmet net and ammo sorted but i know where it all is, I put the 'pro' into procrastinating. I know roughly were everything i need is. Been playing World at War to get me in the mood and waching lots of history channel :)
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby kroot » Wed May 23, 2012 11:17 pm

7.5 already. Batts charged up. Kit piled all over the house.

Getting in wine and food for the pre battle French bbq on friday :happyswing:
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby Steiner » Thu May 24, 2012 4:21 pm

Have a good one, everybody. Unfortunately, I'm required to work overnight on Friday - for user test, of all things! :evil: :roll:
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby marsha » Thu May 24, 2012 6:56 pm

9 so far half day tomorrow so il should be there about 4 can't wait
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Postby Zero Bravo » Thu May 24, 2012 7:14 pm

Yikes careful Marsha or you'll beat me there and I've got the gate key! I know you're coming from miles away so if you do find yourself there a bit early then I'd recommend having a maccy D up the road. I'll be onsite at 4pm.
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby Hurrah » Thu May 24, 2012 7:34 pm

Well, have some insect bits and bruises from larping last weekend (froffing, feasting, fightin and quaffing, a great way to waste time) but the back is better than it has ever been since the mishap last year (somewhere between "almost like it was never there" to "I slept crooked last night") so getting ready to rock

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Napoleons army ran away, As you do
The guard stood firm for Frances Pride, As you do
They said the guard will stand and die
But we heard what their Colonel cried
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby Owen » Thu May 24, 2012 7:37 pm

A good solid 7. Just need to pick up a few bits and bobs tomorrow. Shoes (Daniel Harrison) and I will be arriving on saturday at 8.30-9ish.
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby Zero Bravo » Thu May 24, 2012 9:10 pm

Well a good old bit of sweat is a great way to break in your kit, so you'll have no worries there. The woodland canopy is finally in full force and does make a difference yes. There is also a good easterly breeze forecast so that should help on the day. Don't worry about showing yerself up mate, this is a friendly event and everybody has to start somewhere, you're making the effort and joining in, that's a good start. As to the 200 Bb's that is down to you. It is impossible to police so we take your word for it that it's all you're using, the main point is that it stops it being a hosefest. If you're on an AGM MP40, 200 rounds is 4 mags full, that's the best way to think of that.
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby razorlight » Thu May 24, 2012 9:21 pm

Looking forward to it bigtime. The only bummer is I can't make the camping either night unforetunately due to parental responsibities (the wife is out Friday and Saturday night, girlie birthdays) See you guys on Saturday morning.
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby prideofengland » Thu May 24, 2012 9:23 pm

Dont worry about being 50+, you wont be the only one, Im also 50+, overweight and a smoker. So I leave the running around to the youngsters :wink:

If it s hot just remember to take on plenty of fluids :good:
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Re: Excite-o-meter

Postby razorlight » Thu May 24, 2012 10:07 pm

50+, join the gang. Like P of E said let the youngsters do the running about. The main thing with WW2 airsoft as opposed to Open day airsoft is you'll be given orders, and you're expected to follow them. That means that the "slower" members of a section provide support fire while the fitter members do the more physically taxing stuff. Don't worry about it, take it at your own pace. I'm sure you'll throughly enjoy it. See you there.
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