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You disgust me.


Mate, that had me laughing so much, my flatmates think I've gone off my rocker :lol:

Dave, this Dave-sim sounds a bit (not completely) like what we do at Tim's farm - only on a larger scale, and without the all the 'safety breaks' we have (if a certain someone wasn't around I'm pretty sure we could do it too). Also reminds me of this:


I could last about 3 days max, so long as I was given some breaks (about half an hour). It depends on what I'm using and how hard the games are - since I've started using my LSW-carbine rather than my LSW, I've found I can last a lot longer.
As I haven't done a proper milsim in a longtime, I can't say about that.

I've done a day-night-day-night-day fight before. Was completely knackered afterwards, but that may have had more to do with the fact that I entered the event with a hangover caused by a night clubbing, drinking far too much and 2 hours sleep, and I got about 10 hours sleep throughout the entire event... I seem to recall sleeping for nearly 2 days straight afterwards...
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sounds a bit like what we do at Tim's farm

I'm gonna have nightmares for weeks

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I'm gonna have nightmares for weeks


I'll be honest, I really didn't seen anything in that comment. But hey, late night, scrambles the mind.


*for reference, it's a friend's farm where we airsoft (or used to) a lot. Airsoft pretty much starts and finishes as and when we want, apart from the lunch break, in areas where carrying airsoft guns would be unsafe or moments when we have to stop (like for safety reasons)
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I think it would be great to have like Copehill or summat like that for a week with a downed pilot and hostile forces having captured the said downed pilot and the British teams having to recapture lasting like a 4/5 days including night games, The British team splitting into a-lot of smaller teams to capture with other agendas such as Intel and such like. Though this is waffling and not answering the original question

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you, sir, need to get yourself along to one of the stirling combat missions.

Send the doctors home, I'll be doing the operating around here.

 

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