Got'em all! Was hit too in the end. That was so funny! 😆 @as_team_westerwald_koblenz
Today I wanna say something about GEARBITCHES. Often people at new airsoftfields lough, if they are seeing me the first time. They underestimate me because I only wear what I really need. That looks sometimes weird and people smile about my Pikatchu gear. In the end most of them are impressed because I rush through the area and kill fast, silent and sometimes invisible.
Many airsofters think, that you can only play Airsoft if you are looking professional or original. Spending money for your gear don't train a good airsoftplayer. Often you have to go over your personal limit and you have to be strong, if your legs are heavy and your muscles tired. If you are wearing original stuff it's often heavy stuff so you have to carry more weight. That bring you faster to your limit and you can't play good anymore.
Of course gear isn't anything. You also need intelligence to be a good airsofter. In some situations you have to think about your next step. You have to make dedications in a few seconds and you have to know what's going on around your position. You also have to calculate what could be happens in the next few minutes. As a good leader you also have to guide your warriors into better positions.
I really think, looking only on my outfit isn't very clever. I need a gear, that fits perfectly for my individual gameplay, the battle area, the flora or for your individual impairments. I don't need the cool stuff because I only want to PLAY! A gearbitche looks amazing, but I think you only have the right looking like the real soldiers if you can play as good as them do 😉. Anything else is cocky!!! See ya next time in game buddys!
Gritings the Pikatchu 😊
Overpriced Overheating Cast Iron Skillet device .... the ultimate ultimate overpriced useless firearm... requires a glove to fire more than ONE magazine... like “what the fuck....?” 🤦🏻♂️. And when Walther tried to copy their design for their PPQ, that was a fail too... I’ve owned them all.
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Model:Hellpup AKM-47 semi-auto sporting pistol
Weight:2.87 kg (6.32 lb) empty / 3.35 kg (7.38 lb) loaded - with 30-rd magazine
Overal length:555 mm (21.85 in)
Barrel length:298 mm (11.73 in)
Cartridge:7.62 x 39 mm
Muzzle velocity:660 m/s (2,165 ft/s)
Trunnion markings from the Bulgarian AKS-74. While the trunnion (and receiver shell) do appear to have been Tula made, note the lack of proof marks that are so prevalent on Tula AKS-74Us.
The little flaming bomb proof mark is a local proof mark, as the live machine gun is in the hands of a private collector in Belgium.
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