Posts Tagged ‘airsoft load out’

Airsoft Featured Player – Nomad – AirsoftUtah.com

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

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“Nomad” has a load out that I noticed at game held by Black Thorn Airsoft and I thought it would make for a good featured video.

He is also a team member of BTA.  He and I were on a team together during a scenario game and I observed that we were able to cohesively maneuver with other team mates easily and I find that his situational awareness allowed him to do that quickly.  When an issue presented itself, we we able to free ourselves from a possible ambush.  Clearing rooms, checking corners, covering each other and actually succeeding in holding an area for quite a while with an onslaught of opposing forces as a squad type unit was possible because of players like Nomad.  That over his kit was reason enough to feature him.  My favorite part of his kit is the 3 to 4 grenades he carries. That is something to celebrate, specially during the game!

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Airsoft Featured Player – Aftermath

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

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Featured Player – Dylan
http://youtu.be/eSynWKFQ6Nc

Featured Player – Radar
http://youtu.be/v3MDGmfnNfU

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Airsoft Featured Player – Dylan

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

Featured Airsoft player Dylan is all about having fun, spending a few hours with some friends playing Airsoft and being able to educate curious players with his knowledge about the American Expeditionary Forces during World War 1.

Dylan’s load out is based off of the AEF Doughboy. One of the most recognizable pieces of his gear would have be the iconic look of the Brodie helmet.  Modeled and adopted off the British Mk 1 helmet of 1916. It’s been called the Tin Hat, Salad Bowl, Dishpan hat and many other terms but mostly known as the Doughboy Helmet.

The ICS M1 Garand AEG is Dylan’s primary weapon, not a weapon of the first world war, but chosen because of its more “skirmishable” capability. His secondary weapon is a double action Co2 powered Nagant revolver.

“The contribution of the US army into the first world war is overlooked quite a bit in American history”, “I find it important to express the amount of lives and effort that the US put into the first World War and it should not be overlooked”, “It’s a nice opportunity to educate people about the US contribution in the first World War”. – Dylan

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Other Featured Players:

Tommy Tart
http://youtu.be/QC_M4pEBiQw

Smokey
http://youtu.be/ZlW0idq2sgg

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Featured Airsoft Player – Tommy Tart

Monday, April 8th, 2013

This player has been known to use a “Tommy Gun” and eat Pop Tarts.  His friends call him Tommy Tart, and so the call sign stuck.  He also has been involved in reenactments in 4th of July parades.  His motivation in game play involves spraying and praying with his BAR support weapon and tries to maintain a good K/D (kill to death ratio) in games.

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Airsoft Featured Player: Tommy Tart

Airsoft Featured Player: Tommy Tart

Featured Airsoft Player – “Panther”

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

This weeks ilikeairsoft.com’s featured airsoft player is “PANTHER”.  His commitment to finding an all ABU or Airman battle uniform, impressed me, plus I thought his story about living in Okinawa Japan was pretty cool, he is a retired electrician for the Airforce who repaired and maintained security, fire and electrical systems among many other things, airsoft might have been one of those things that he may or may not have participated in, shhhh!  One of the things he had to do as a part of certifying and PT was grappling three story power poles with nothing more than a leather strap and spikes on his boots.  Im grateful for his service and he is a good guy.

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