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Discussion in 'International' started by xdyan1, Oct 16, 2012.
Hey Guys is there annywone from Germany?
Guten Morgen, welcome to the forum. I used to live in Hamburg but I moved a while ago to the US.
Nixe tow here thx
Please use proper spelling and punctuation.
OK. In Futur I will try too improve my English.
It is not about improving your English. It is about separating sentences with periods and commas and using proper spelling, such as "thanks" instead of "thx".
I'll be living in Augsburg come February 2013, but nowhere near where you will be. I am also looking for Airsoft in Germany. I have yet to find anything so far.
I am from Bremen, just one hour on the autobahn away.
Lol... Going 100 MPG lol.
That´s the average speed because of the constructions that are on the whole route to Hamburg ;-)
What's your loadout?
What do you mean with loadout, I hear this word at frst time in context with airsoft.
Edit: Ah I understand! Just some cheap but solid stuff. BDU, Tac-Vest, Some Pouches, looks like from Stargate SG1. You can see it in my players profile.
For MilSim I have some German Bundeswehr stuff also.
Nice. I'm trying to piece together some Russian VDV stuff. Not cheap...
I work for the german Airsoft Magazin and in every edition we´ve a reenactment guide. We actually had US forces in the gulf war, IDF or south arican forces in the war against Angola,just for ecample. But the russian equipment is still too expensive, because the magazine has to buy 3 to 5 different styles just for the photos. So in the last three editions we had some german units after some US editions.
Lucky. I've right now about to get the camo. I have the gun and the chest rig.
There is a group of germans that collect russian equipment sets, maybe they have a cheap trader for you. One of them has six different styles at home, so either he has money like hay or a good contact to russia.
Thank you. This might help.
Actually, most guys on there are not from Germany.
There are Austrians (like me), Swedes, French, Russians, Italians etc. in this gallery.
Jep, you're wright, I just met one of them and know that he's from northern Germany ;-)
If you need something from the Russian camouflage and gear - let me know what need.
I will try to find for you.
Russia close to me, before we had a single camouflage (when Belorussia and Russia were part of the USSR), now the country has a lot of old uniforms. Modern Belarusian camouflage is very similar to the Russian.