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Offline GeeDubayou

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Greetings from Nova Scotia
« on: November 24, 2014, 12:01:14 pm »
Good afternoon my fellow airsofters to the south.
GeeDubayou here reporting for duty.
I have for the last few years, been out of action on the airsoft fields due to work and life stuff which required me to sell off all my airsoft guns and items but I have decided that after a few years hiatus, my coming out of retirement was needed
I bought a Mauser L96 bolt action rifle as well as a King Arms M1A1 Thompson SMG from a local vendor that lives down the road from me then bought a cheap Walmart clearsoft spring handgun for close quarter stuff.
As I plan on continuing my sniper role I don't plan on using a handgun to much so just wanted something cheap to plink just in case.
Then, my final and most recent purchase, for awhile which has now taken over the role as my primary weapon, is the King Arms SVD Ultra Grade sniper rifle.
I shall be active here and will post pics of my collection at a later date.
I look forward to being an active member here.

Offline EightBall

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2014, 12:12:52 pm »
Welcome to the boards.  I like your choices in weapon systems.  What uniforms and gear are you in to?
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Offline GeeDubayou

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2014, 06:15:21 pm »
Welcome to the boards.  I like your choices in weapon systems.  What uniforms and gear are you in to?

Well...As for gear, at the moment.....I have very little in way of assembling a load out. As stated, I took a hiatus from airsoft and sold off everything, but, I do have a few ideas for new outfits. They are;

1.) Russian orientated PMC
2.) WWII type Underground Resistance for some WWII themed airsoft games.
3.) US Desert Digicam BDUs
4.) a Solid Snake (Metal Gear Solid) type outfit.

There will most likely be others. but for the moment those are the ones I wanna work on right now.

Offline lucky_13

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2014, 08:57:52 pm »
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2.) WWII type Underground Resistance for some WWII themed airsoft games.
Sounds like another one for a Partisan loadout Eightball!
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Offline EightBall

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2014, 07:31:50 am »
What he means is i am building a world war two partisan loadout to play at a really cool groups events.   Their name is ostfront airsoft, and they do great impressions and play mostly in wisconsin and michigan.  If your into WWII airsoft, that would be the way to go

Also, get some Woodland BDU's
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Wasteland 3 - Crooked Crows:  Come join our murder
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Offline GeeDubayou

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2014, 08:40:24 am »
What he means is i am building a world war two partisan loadout to play at a really cool groups events.   Their name is ostfront airsoft, and they do great impressions and play mostly in wisconsin and michigan.  If your into WWII airsoft, that would be the way to go

Also, get some Woodland BDU's

Sadly.....I no where near Illinois. I am from that piece of land known as "America's hat" Canada :D

Offline EightBall

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #6 on: November 27, 2014, 12:32:43 pm »
So...  you are unwilling to travel?
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Offline Trippster

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #7 on: November 27, 2014, 11:46:17 pm »
So...  you are unwilling to travel?
From Nova Scotia? Somehow im doubtful...
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Offline EightBall

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #8 on: November 28, 2014, 09:29:05 am »
lol... honestly I didn't want to ask before since the midwest is dotted with towns taking on the names of foreign cities and provinces. 

For all I know there is a nova scotia illinois somewhere between chicago and cairo, IL
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Offline Trippster

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Re: Greetings from Nova Scotia
« Reply #9 on: November 28, 2014, 11:56:57 am »
lol... honestly I didn't want to ask before since the midwest is dotted with towns taking on the names of foreign cities and provinces. 

For all I know there is a nova scotia illinois somewhere between chicago and cairo, IL
Fair point, i imagine that Nova Scotia IL would be about halfway between Cairo and El Paso IL lol.
redtail [09|Nov 01:22 AM]:   TRIPPS I ALREADY TOLD YOU THEY ARE INDEPENDENT FILMS
redtail [09|Nov 01:23 AM]:   The moaning and bodily fluids are symbolic of the director's struggle with heroin addiction.