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FIELD TRAINING EXERCISES



We use low-key local events for Training purposes.
Offers a more "unconventional" player base.
No real tactics used by either side. As long as the side
we're attached too, knows our fix and that we're there for support.
 

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Very good picture indeed.

Hahah, I love going to just normal rec games (Local ones) having my ghillie suit and face paint on, and going all out. It gives you some sort of edge and allows you to do a lot of experimental techniques. For sure.
 

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not to bad tango.... but yeah wrap that rifle a little more and for god sakes don't skyline your self


in other words...... don't try and sit ontop of hills or anything.. heck don't even go over the top of them. Try and go around them or on the sides of them. Your eyes will naturally pick up on objects on top of rounded hills or what not.

But really cool pic... the ghillies blend in great
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Actually, if he would have just moved up about 10 yards, so that his entire body came underneath the skyline, he'd be good. But in all honesty, in airsoft you don't really notice to much like that. And being up top will give you a lot of advantages, even if you sacrafice a little concealability.

But I think the rifle wrap also looks good, the foliage looks decent on the sniper, but the spotter should be behind the sniper, directly overlooking, almost like his barrel would be right above the snipers head, that way he could watch for bb flight patterns and help critique and make proper adjustments nessicary for a well precision shot.

But we can't really pick at this picture much, because we don't know what the skyline is, considering the cameraperson is underneath, we don't know what is behind them, for all we know, paradise park could be there. It's just a simple photo op, but a good lesson for rookie snipers, none-the-less.
 

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Sky-lining is a big issue I find, actually. I have picked out a few people that way, especially at the Bangor field, for those of you that know about that terrain. I would think that they can work how ever they want to, it seems to me that they're working as a two person sniper team, and have each others backs. Even then the spotter is always in front of the sniper anyways, up until they get to there designated area of operations. Then they will make their hide pertinent to how much time they have to prepare.

But anyways, really nice photo Tango, it really seems like you guys do good out in the field. Maybe consider coming to the Sniper OP?
 
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We'd like to attend the "Sniper OP", but we're a SASS Team, so there's NO AEG Sniper Rifle allowed.

As much as I'd like to buy the Fortress stock, just not in the mood for a Bolt at this moment.
 
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