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#101 sfc austin

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Posted 31 August 2016 - 09:27 PM

Ah, so there's hope for me yet....

I have full bundy kit too, well, enough to get away with at least, and could also knock together a border guard. I would definitely be interested in an all German cold war game...



#102 meddy

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Posted 28 September 2016 - 04:55 PM

I'd still love to get a full set of Soviet kit together :)

#103 Spiked Punch

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Posted 28 September 2016 - 07:51 PM

Soviet kit really seems to be a bastard to source these days, the fieldgear and tin pot is easy enough to source but the uniforms rarely turn up in sensible sizes, this was the case with the M88 afghanka since time immemorial but now it seems to be true of Obr.69, KLMK and even the old potato-sack KZS is scarce these days.

You can get Soviet gorkas if you want to do a special forces loadout now, and I'm forever hearing mutterings of replica afghankas being made (though no proof), but the chances of seeing a full section of Motor rifles in their wonderfully basic Obr.69 kit seems unlikely  :(


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#104 Foden_357

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Posted 03 October 2016 - 03:51 PM

I don't know if I agree with that statement; while it's certainly the most difficult to source (when compared with the US, UK, & DDR), but it only took a month for my team-mate & I to acquire full sets of everything we'd need for a half-decent VDV loadout (using the following guide http://www.operation...aissance_Troops): 

 

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  • M88 Afghanka uniform (in appropriate size)
  • KML oversuit
  • Lifchik chest-rig
  • Infantry load-bearing gear (complete with magazine, grenade, & canteen pouches)
  • Veshmeshok backpack
  • Plastch-Palatka rain cape
  • Not to mention the various sundries associated with skirmishing (weapons, magazines, eye-pro, etc)... 

Regardless; whether you have gaps in your loadout or no soviet kit whatsoever, Josh has enough rental equipment to get you in the game! 


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#105 meddy

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 01:56 AM

.............Josh has enough rental equipment to get you in the game! 

 

 

;) but its not just at the games i want to play in it XD still i guess a task to search for over xmas hope to be able to find it all soon enugh



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Posted 07 October 2016 - 02:35 PM

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1st Infantry Division, 1987

 

Kit list:

 

-BDUs

-M7 Bayonet (pictured is an M9 but I have the M7 now)

-M17A2 Gas Mask and bag w/ Decon kit

-Jungle Boots

-PASGT Helmet and Vest

-LC-2 setup with 2 canteens, buttpack, bandage pouch, and 2 mag pouches

-Medium ALICE pack

-JG M16A2 w/Ultralux carry-hangle scope






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