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    Man, that look fun! The DIY winter camo sure is effective, think I might do that with some old BDUs

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    Awesome pictures and a great turn out of players for a snow game! Thanks for sharing

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    We have a lot of winter games. And snow camo is not a problem, when you have something like this http://www.splav.ru/goodsdetail.aspx...16192010687000, for 30$. )
    Last edited by riht; 03-08-2013 at 04:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilkie View Post
    Man, that look fun! The DIY winter camo sure is effective, think I might do that with some old BDUs
    What?

    Also, I always love the sheer number of m4/m16s I see during Russian airsoft games, always makes me smile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubadour View Post
    What?

    Also, I always love the sheer number of m4/m16s I see during Russian airsoft games, always makes me smile.
    We all love v.3 gearbox guns, but there is not a lot of choice when you play at NATO oriented team. (

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    Quote Originally Posted by Me
    Man, that look fun! The DIY winter camo sure is effective

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubadour View Post
    What?

    At first glance I thought some of the winter gear was home made, but I may have been wrong. I've seen some good 'bedsheet' camo in my time.

    On the second guy in, with the black top, are his pants custom, or are they of a real camouflage? Like I said I've seen people take bedsheets and made them into gear, painting them in a simular fasion

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    Think I might do that with some old BDUs
    I didn't elaborate on this I guess, but I was going to mention painting a set of old BDUs white with black puffs like the set of pants I mentioned above.

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    Looks like you had a lot of fun there !

    BTW, it must have being a great chance to test your airsoft guns under such a cold weather, I wonder if they operated fine in spite of the freezing air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilkie View Post
    On the second guy in, with the black top, are his pants custom, or are they of a real camouflage? Like I said I've seen people take bedsheets and made them into gear, painting them in a simular fasion
    I didn't elaborate on this I guess, but I was going to mention painting a set of old BDUs white with black puffs like the set of pants I mentioned above.
    It's a bad idea use old BDU as snow camo. Winter over dress is not just camouflage, it prevent you clothes from soaking and frosting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armored_diplomacy View Post
    Looks like you had a lot of fun there !

    BTW, it must have being a great chance to test your airsoft guns under such a cold weather, I wonder if they operated fine in spite of the freezing air.
    If you prepare them - all will be OK ) Main problems - frozen hop-up rubber, and fast battery discharge.

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