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Ox&Bucks Video

Postby Ox&Bucks » Sat Mar 07, 2015 10:17 pm

Hi All,

Uploaded some video today to my you tube page Ox&Bucks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjTQZJ ... 9txt0dOGeQ

1st is of Josh having a lot of fun and I love it: http://youtu.be/fCe1JBmEy4M

2nd is a longer video of some action. Its a bit shaky at times but stick with it as its ok: http://youtu.be/h_fkFwELa28

Enjoy,

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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby V_Epsilon » Sun Mar 08, 2015 2:51 am

As a German, in our defense all we saw when quickly peeking is some guy dressed as a tommy pointing something at us -- we're not gonna stop to check if you're a cameraman, you're gonna get shot xD At 6:03 in the longer video that was me popping up with some dude's STG (after I tried to revive him but he died anyways) and mowing you all down :happyclap: Once again, you were caught in the cross fire but dressed as a tommy. As far as I'm concerned, you're just another tommy :rofl:
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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby Ox&Bucks » Sun Mar 08, 2015 8:28 am

Hi Epsilon,

Don't worry, as far as I'm concerned you don't have to justify or defend your actions. I had a great day. All is fair in war and I was well aware of the risks of laying down my SMG and picking up the camera for 30 mins. WW2 Airsoft is a very friendly and safe environment to play in and airsofters in our genre and community are without a doubt of the highest caliber around. I know it wasn't on purpose. I suppose I could have put on a high vis jacket. Problem is I think it spoils the realism/ atmosphere a bit for everyone gaming, so I stayed in character and was happy to pay the price!

Bizarrely it's actually quite good footage as the BBs fly in :happyclap:

I hope you enjoyed the videos
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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby V_Epsilon » Sun Mar 08, 2015 1:28 pm

One of the guys in game floated the idea (after shooting you lol) of wearing a red cross uniform when filming to keep realism, but also separate you from the rest. I thought this wasn't a bad idea, of course it would mean having to buy another uniform, and most red cross were women trying to join the war effort, but a bit of cross dressing never hurt anyone, right? :rofl:
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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby Ox&Bucks » Sun Mar 08, 2015 4:09 pm

Pa ha, at last, I have always wanted a reason to don my Red Cross uniform!

I don't think it would help though as in my experience friendly fire/ green on blue fire is enevitable regardless of what you wear. Just ask any one who has marshalled. It's enevitable.

In fact I would say I have been killed by more friendly fire than enemy fire in the past 12 months :)
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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby Allenby » Sun Mar 08, 2015 10:09 pm

Usually because you're in the same squad as me...




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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby bigkie » Sun Mar 08, 2015 10:14 pm

It happens when your to close to any of the 34th mate. They got a rep to uphold.
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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby rabbitspacker » Sun Mar 08, 2015 11:40 pm

Thanks for videos, a good watch :good:
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Re: Ox&Bucks Video

Postby Death Warrant » Mon Mar 09, 2015 1:03 am

Superb vids mate, I saw josh's antics I was in stitches.

I was the jerry waiting for a medic at the front of the fort in the longer vid at 2.29, didn't realise that had been filmed, 'long way to Tipperary' and all hehe :good:

Good memories!

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