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Browsing Archive: May, 2013

Modern Airsoft Warfare (MAW)

Posted by Jason Price on Thursday, May 16, 2013, In : Site Reviews 

MAW (Modern Airsoft Warfare) is my regular Airsoft site and I have loved to go there ever since. The games that the awesome marshals put on are absolutely brilliant. Some of them are defensive some are assault specified and some are for those guys who are just out there to wreak havoc  and cause the other team problems by putting them under pressure. The environment at MAW is suited to all infantry types’ weather you are a marksman and like to take players out from a long distance or the gu...

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Joining the Team, a newbie experience

Posted by Jason Price on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, In : Personalities 

So I have recently got into airsoft and started playing with a team, at first, I must have to admit that I did have some apprehension of playing, as thoughts such as, Are they going to like me?, Are they a bunch of hard core military nuts?, am I a horrifically bad aim?, crept into my mind and created doubt. However when it came to my first match with the team, it honestly surprised me! They were all incredibly welcoming and treated me as if I had been with them for years! If I asked for help ...

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Land Warrior Airsoft (Airsoft Edinburgh)

Posted by Jason Price on Friday, May 3, 2013, In : Site Reviews 
Sunday, 2nd September 2012 saw Garry, Greg and me heading to Land Warrior Airsoft’s skirmish site, situated in pine woodland on the outskirts of Edinburgh. All three of us were excited to game here, having heard many good things about the site, none more so than the fact they have two, yes two, working FV432 APCs! Upon arrival we paid our green fee (£20 with your own kit), were allocated our team and then got kitted up. The safe zone isn’t huge, and isn’t covered, but most people seeme...
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Block-Urban 6

Posted by Jason Price on Friday, May 3, 2013, In : Site Reviews 
Hi All, this is my review of The Block-Urban 6 Airsoft Ltd(U6A)....More in-Depth Details are on their Web Page.

So here my experience...I decided my choice of weapon would be my try'd and trusted Thompson M1A1 single fire.And Full Riot Kit,Black clothing,thigh and arm protectors.Riot helmet just in-case.

So game on....This is an in-door site,so plenty of stairs to climb,rooms to clear-on each floor!,Attics to check, and wardrobes in certain rooms.Attacking is mere impossible as there is truly n...

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Op Ocean Fury, Cope Hill Down, Salisbury Plain

Posted by Jason Price on Thursday, May 2, 2013, In : Game Day Reports 
Well, the team has been back a month since Op 'Ocean Fury', and what a blast!
A weekend of high adrenalin, pyrotechnic madness, in freezing conditions.
We rocked up on the friday night, grabbing the downstairs rooms in the Forward Operating base (FOB).
Just to put you in the picture, sub zero temperatures, in a building with no heating, insulation and plastic windows, we were sleeping in a freezer. After the guys had got 'cozy', I chased the heads of the other Amisom units for a quick debrief.

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Editor: Jason Price

Shadow Stalkers Chairman

11 years in the regular Army Air Corps, followed by 6 years as an Officer in the Royal Air Force Reserves.

Now working as a Secondary School Science Teacher.

Started importing airsoft guns pre-UKARA to be used for Cadet training purposes, and the hobby followed from there!

Formed Shadow Stalkers as a Cadet Training Team, to give those wanting to join the Armed Forces, a taster of what was expected. This gave the cadets a major advantage, and out of the 60 cadets who attended the course, there was a 100% success rate in those who went to serve in the Queens uniform.

After leaving the R.A.F.R., Shadow Stalkers was rebooted as an Airsoft Team, following the same ethos of the original team, in training to succeed.

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Credits to videos:

Daniel Shepherd

Arron Stafford