It had been too long since I hit the airsoft field. At the end of the day everything ached, weapon systems were down, and my hand was almost inoperable. I loved every minute of it.
I brought to the game what I still considered field worthy, and tried to take a bit of advantage that Faded Giant 5 would be the same weekend, so with any luck player turnout would be manageable. It was also the weekend before OP: District 14 at my home field. I wanted to take to my bolt action weapon, however knowing its power level is still up and coming, I had to field the boneyard rifle.
My inventory / gear / kit was as follows:
- Faithful Crye JPC.
- Maxed out old school ak. God I wish I knew who made this thing. I bought it for $20 bucks I think, from a guy just cleaning out his shop. All of the internals were aftermarket, and in great shape. No suppressor to protect the protruding internal barrel. I put my 1911’s Supressor on it to protect it for this game.
- Good shape Multicam Top, with some OD Bottoms.
- Cybergun FNX 45. Purchased from Darin Prater, after a few weeks of discussion. Boy did this come in handy.
Well what can I say… you never forget how to ride a bike. I came in at lunch time to a smaller game to warm up with. As the time went on, and the games switched up, I resumed to be a force reckoned with on the field. Forgive me if I don’t go into too much game detail, my intent is to keep stuff like that on video.
The FNX 45 was really the highlight of the day. Several times my stealthy front line nature required it to be pulled. The fantastic Kydex holster that came with made things quite easy, and glove fitting to my play style. This weapon will be getting upgrades for sure. Luckly I only have to focus on cosmetic, the internal had already been taken care of by Darin.
My place on the field was however Distance Shooting, and a particular Designated Marksmans ‘shadow’. The adhoc team between us worked out awesome on the field.
As for the chrono, the JG Bar 10 stock power left lots to be asked for. Clocking in at 285ish, told me a lot about the rifles internal status. I had hopes that the weapon would shoot reasonably hard, as the firs thing that goes into those rifles is an upgraded spring. Not to worry, future is bright for the weapon.
Compared to the Boneyard AK? 397 made me quite happy to see. On a tight bore barrel, I knew I’d be reaching out and touching a few foalks.
Forgive me as I try to be vague on purpose with these posts. But yes… the Wolverine BOLT is on preorder.