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Hi! Firstly I must say that this forum is very interesting and i think it's great idea :)

I have question for you. Do you use sniper drag bags? Do you prefer homemade or from shop? Here I haven't seen anybody who used drag bag. Thanks for answering.
 

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In airsoft your not going to be crawling miles on your belly or carrying enough gear to need a drag bag unless its a diehard MilSim that lasts for 3+ days and your not going to head back to a safe zone to camp out or eat.

So really there is no need for them. Just do a rifle crawl and you should be set. I carry an extra bag or BBs and my rifle. I gear low to be more mobile and the less you have the less you have to worry about losing.
 

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I know. I usually attend in Mil Sims. Area is very big, sometimes more than 225 km2 and I have carry my equipment, because I'm to far from main base. As sniper I make recon of enemy area and I can't get back to main forces. If I stay near enemy base, I hide my rucksack in ground and use drag bag. It's better because it's more comfortable.
 

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Drag bag is made from camo, there's no problem to hide it. When you operate on ghillie, drag bag is between legs. It's small and it's almost invisible ;)

Wow, that's a big area. There are some cities that cover less area!
Yes, it is. Generally milsims are organized in unused army firing ground. Area is big, there are military building's sand there is warranty that there's no civilians. All it is remainder after thousands soldiers of Red Army, which pull down Poland in 1993.

If someone is interested, he can see Soviet Base in Borne-Sulinowo (Poland) 18 000 hectares, with town (for 50 000 people) and second town (hidden under ground) http://www.opuszczone.com/index2_en.php?s=galerie_en (language: Eng). There is some gallery's from UK :) http://www.opuszczone.com/index2_en.php?s=galerie_en
 

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It always cracks me up whenever someone says "in American" like it's a language
Of course, it probably worked there because that was a technicality that's probably different in the european dialect


Sorry, weird tangent...
 

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Although, to simply say it's "English" doesn't quite tell the truth. I can communicate with Londoners or Baton Rougers on a simple level, but we won't be having many intelligent conversations because our cultures are so dramatically different, the words we're using don't mean the same thing.

No, American isn't an official language, but then, I'm the only one in this conversation who seems to be communicating completely within a language and not an abortion of one. More than 50% of the communication that takes place on the internet "in English" only chooses to follow some very base rules.

I was merely trying to cover all my bases. I'm not fully aware of how the term "warranty" is used in other English speaking cultures.
 

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zulu said:
I was trying to be nice vindi

But in that case, American isn't a language phridium
To be fair neither is the English that is used today :-/ it is a bastardization of English mainly, with French, German, Norse, Celtic, and pretty much every other nation that has tryed to come over here and fuck us over ;) Anyhow, best get back on topic afore ye olde moderatum (
) comes a'knocking and gives us all a verbal spanking ;)
 

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Yeah, right. I used an Eagle HSRC drag bag. I didn't ghillie it, but it is covered with PALS webbing for putting pouches on the outside as needed and it also has ties on it for natural vegetation. Has backpack straps as well.
 

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vindicareassassin said:
Anyhow, best get back on topic afore ye olde moderatum (
) comes a'knocking and gives us all a verbal spanking ;)
*Spank spank spank!*

I use a Condor dragbag to get my rifles and gear to the field, never had a field big enough to warrant dragging it out into the action zone though. Condor makes gear that is acceptable for airsoft use but it is by no means mil-spec stuff. It's roomy enough to hold my M24 and Mk14 in the main compartment and bb's, goggles, mags, tools, etc. in the outside ones. It's a great way to keep all of your essentials in one place and it ensures I pack lightly due to it only having a couple external pouches. Backpack straps are very handy!

This is the only picture I have of it but as you can see it also makes a good gun mat when performing disassembly or cleaning in the field:
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b37/Cacahuetes/SR25shoot007.jpg

Stock photo:
http://www.airsoftatlanta.com/images/TAN_DRAG_BAG_jpg.jpg
 
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