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Photos The Airsoft Thread

Discussion in 'Military Re-enactment' started by santana, Jun 18, 2016.

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  1. santana Colombia

    santana Mi Sergeant TAARB MI.Net Member

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    Exactly all optics are replica. There is no point to put a real one !!!
    There is a lot of choices and it depends on the field, for example for CQB games I use Red Dots a replica of Eotech or a T1, for open fields I use a magnifier or a ACOG 4X replica

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  2. Stormovik Spain

    Stormovik Mi Corporal MI.Net Member

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    My old US Army kit (I sold it years ago)

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  3. santana Colombia

    santana Mi Sergeant TAARB MI.Net Member

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    Looks so real !!!! good pictures btw!!!
     
  4. Stormovik Spain

    Stormovik Mi Corporal MI.Net Member

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    Well, apart from weapons, optics and helmet shell, everything was real deal kit.... I managed to buy an IOTV with kevlar panels from a seller in Germany, so indeed was a realistic kit, but that´s part of our hobby, assembling a kit as realistic as possible.
     
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  5. Stormovik Spain

    Stormovik Mi Corporal MI.Net Member

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    Another Russian kit, this time inspired in Russian Army recon troops (razvedchiki).

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    Did I see an M84 Cammo pattern??? or its a Flektarn kind of???
     
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    santana Mi Sergeant TAARB MI.Net Member

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    Here pictures of last game

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  8. Conhoon Poland

    Conhoon Mi General MI.Net Member Mi.Net Supporter

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    Rather this is a Russian "точка-4" ("Tochka-4" - "Dot-4" in English) camouflage, very similar to the danish M-84.

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  9. Stormovik Spain

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    @Conhoon is right, our oversuits are in Tochka-4 pattern. Russian have three patterns inspired in M-84 Pletsoring: Sever, Flecktarn-D (this is a direct copy of M-84) and Tochka-4.
     
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  10. Stormovik Spain

    Stormovik Mi Corporal MI.Net Member

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    A classic style Russian kit: SS-Leto Partizan oversuits, Smersh webbings, Atacka backpacks.

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    berkut76 Mi Sergeant Major TAARB MI.Net Member Mi.Net Supporter

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    What is the capacity in liters of Ataka backpacks, and if you don't mind how much do they cost?
     
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  12. Stormovik Spain

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    We have an Atacka-2 that is around 50-55 liters and an Atacka-4 that is around 60-65 liters, both of them are in the 3days backpack category. We bought them 5 years ago and back in the day we paid around 160 dollars each, excluding the shipping to Spain.
     
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    berkut76 Mi Sergeant Major TAARB MI.Net Member Mi.Net Supporter

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    Thanks, definitely not cheap.
     
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  14. Stormovik Spain

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    It depends. Compared with some Chinese knock-off they are expensive, compared with LBT, Eberlestock, SORD Industries, NFM,... they are cheap. The Atacka-4 (the one with the Smog cover in the photos) is a modern design covered in PALS webbing, so I can´t say its expensive.
     
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