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- Fought at the Battle of Hastings
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- Joined: Mon Mar 05, 2007 6:52 pm
- Location: Midlands.
I remember Greg said he hasn't got regular access to a PC at the moment (he still has pictures from CR!).
Last edited by Sgt.Heide on Fri Aug 24, 2007 4:37 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Sgt.Heide wrote:I think there'll be some good stuff to come out of that session
Yeah I saw you all walking off with MG42 and Panzerfausts [/quote]
Yep, the Waffen SS get all the best kit you know![/quote]
Thats why i have started a Hohenstaufen loadout i have got everything eccept Webbing and a helmet.
If its passed 9 there is a 95% chance im pissed.
PM'd Gregg yesterday, he said he'd have it done back end of this week when he gets back from a job he's working on in London, should be some very good stills and a vid from all that footage he took, gotta say everybody really looked the part on the last ss patrol 100% effort all round, I was sitting in the trenches next to JD and Tony Gregory gritting his teeth behing the MG42(only cos' his helmet was too tight), it was something else!
Its a collection of parts, minus the working parts breech and barrel, my mate Mick, who's a wiz at this sort of thing is still working on it, we've had it firing with MP40 internals, but, the mech box is just a little too big, (about 20mm which means the top cover has to stay open) so we'll be fitting an M14 mech box instead, with a 650mm barrel and an up-graded spring. The ammo feed is a flexi tube lead with a servo fitted in the drum mag, still working out how to fit a tracer light unit, so we can fire flourecent BB's as tracers, should be ready well before "D" Day with a tri-pod or laffette and we'll be looking for a four man team to man it, and build an MG nest with sand bags and cammo nets.
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