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JoshOwnsAll

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Date Signed Up:9/29/2010
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#48 - aw hell... guess you saw the trailer too  [+] (1 new reply) 04/29/2016 on Miyamoto knew. He always knew. +28
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#51 - autumnanubis (04/29/2016) [-]
The nigger dies, Iron Captain Vs America Man is rasus
#60 - man, stage KOs rock if you can pull them off 04/28/2016 on Tales of Careers 6 [Candy... 0
#20 - that song just feels... wrong I mean for the video it's ab… 04/25/2016 on don't cross the streams +2
#178 - one can only hope 04/25/2016 on islam comp: Right grows... 0
#36 - don't forget that they have TWO airports, exactly equal. But o… 04/21/2016 on europe 0
#28 - it's an "LR300" stock I believe adapters exist. …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/19/2016 on i love arma 0
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#45 - scowler (04/19/2016) [-]
The magazine is worse. Complete step back in design. Weapon shouldn't even be usable when prone.
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#29 - flnonymousseven (04/19/2016) [-]
cool, thank you friend.
#26 - it looks based on a Bushmaster ACR, or a Robinson XCR  [+] (4 new replies) 04/19/2016 on i love arma 0
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#27 - flnonymousseven (04/19/2016) [-]
but that stock though?
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#28 - JoshOwnsAll (04/19/2016) [-]
it's an "LR300" stock
I believe adapters exist.
Though it looks awful on that gun
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#45 - scowler (04/19/2016) [-]
The magazine is worse. Complete step back in design. Weapon shouldn't even be usable when prone.
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#29 - flnonymousseven (04/19/2016) [-]
cool, thank you friend.
#44 - Danza koduro Goddammit I hate that song, can't turn on the…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/18/2016 on CT's unseen comp part 16: moar +2
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#45 - Rei (04/18/2016) [-]
I don't hear it at all in Aus
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#51 - divinexve (04/18/2016) [-]
Lucenzo feat Big Ali  Vem Dancar Kuduro Oy oy oY  BumaZ
Here ya go
#46 - Yeah, I know the FPS limits (or joule limits to be more accura…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/15/2016 on webm taste my pleasure 0
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#52 - reaperriley (04/15/2016) [-]
Chile? shit, didnt realize you guys had a growing airsoft community even if its kind of shit. I only ever heard of airsoft in western europe, the US, or japan/china.

I dont know how the law works in chile but what you are describing are what we call backyard games. Which means like you say, you lay down your own morals. In the US if someone wants to run a field and charge a fee they are responsible for business and the like. So most venues have you sign a wavier that says if you get hurt, its on you. But at the same time will cover dick moves like in the video.

The only reason our local field is in business even though its a bit podunk and not good at policing its rules. Its the only field we can play on where the owners dont treat airsoft players like second class citizens. We have people who will drive 2 hours to get here because of the shitty fields.

airsoft is more alive in the west coast than the east coast, at least if you want to play on fields and not CQB.
#37 - I don't know, I'm just relaying what I heard from several sour…  [+] (12 new replies) 04/15/2016 on webm taste my pleasure +2
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#41 - reaperriley (04/15/2016) [-]
It depends on your country. I know japan and the UK have even lower FPS limits. I dont know where you live but in the US the limit for full auto is 400 for field and 350 for CQB with .20 gram BBs. At another 50 to those numbers and you got semi autos. Some places like my local place are lazy on checking and tend to leave it up to event organizers so we get dicks like you deal with. But at CQB places they are extremely serious and will even press charges if you are caught shooting someone with a hotgun. This looks to be on the west coast of the US where they are pretty strict on this kind of stuff and even have lower than the norms.

Changing the FPS on an AEG requires some effort but for an polarstar style gun can be modified on the fly and they can shoot heavier BBs. thats why those arent rated in FPS but force.
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#47 - peterdeen (04/15/2016) [-]
Just for my two cents I looked into this incident last time I heard about it and apparently he was using a polarstar and hopped up the fps right before he lit the kid up.
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#49 - reaperriley (04/15/2016) [-]
If thats the case, alot of these places have you or your parent's sign paper work. If thats truly the case, he probably got his ass kicked out and his parents probably got alot of trouble. Im assuming he has to be a minor since who lets a 12 year old be on an adult team? And what adult shoots a kid like that.
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#60 - kwanzalord (04/15/2016) [-]
at the end of the video, a guy leads him away probably to kick him out
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#50 - peterdeen (04/15/2016) [-]
I'm a bit fuzzy on my memory of it but I think he was 14-16 and got banned from a bunch of venues and faced charges. I'll look it up and see what I find.
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#53 - reaperriley (04/15/2016) [-]
Makes sense, keep me posted.
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#58 - peterdeen (04/15/2016) [-]
Well, after spending too much time looking, I found that the kid was banned from almost all northern Cali airsoft venues, and he could have potentially faced 6 months to 2 years in jail with hundreds of thousands in fines, but since he was a minor it never made it to a news channel so I don't know if he actually got charged.
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#85 - reaperriley (04/15/2016) [-]
More than likely the kid didnt get charges pressed unless the parents are the super protective kind or the damage to the kid is alot worse. Or they probably dropped the charges once the kid did some form of damage control.
#79 - anon (04/15/2016) [-]
Yeah, he didn't get charged with anything, because he really didn't do anything illegal. I mean, its really shitty to shoot a kid point blank with an airsoft gun, but they both signed agreements before playing that state they cannot hold anyone liable. Once you enter the field and sign the paperwork, you are pretty much giving up your right to hold the other players and the establishment criminally or civilly liable for anything to do with shooting each other with an airsoft gun. Imagine for a moment if all airsoft/paintball was considered assault if you shot at each other. Same thing for this one.
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#83 - peterdeen (04/15/2016) [-]
Actually the waiver signed only protects the establishment. They were in a no shooting area In between matches. And using an air powered gun like the one he was using in the way he used it was considered assault and battery. Along with a few other charges I'm too tired to remember. It's archived on Reddit and a few other sites if you want to look through them all.
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#46 - JoshOwnsAll (04/15/2016) [-]
Yeah, I know the FPS limits (or joule limits to be more accurate) for the US. I'd love to attend a MILSIM event someday.
The thing is, the only limits here in Chile ar ethe ones you morally establish, and there's not many educated folk playing this sport in Chile. So you get a lot of guys that play their first game and get stepped on, because well, it's your first game. So these butthurt guys upgrade their guns to get revenge, and actually hurt the other teams in revenge. It's a vicious circle
I'm pretty happy with my 400 FPS Krytac CRB, a good barrel and hop up will work wonders for your range and accuracy, a lot more than FPS does. I just wish this was more common knowledge around here.
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#52 - reaperriley (04/15/2016) [-]
Chile? shit, didnt realize you guys had a growing airsoft community even if its kind of shit. I only ever heard of airsoft in western europe, the US, or japan/china.

I dont know how the law works in chile but what you are describing are what we call backyard games. Which means like you say, you lay down your own morals. In the US if someone wants to run a field and charge a fee they are responsible for business and the like. So most venues have you sign a wavier that says if you get hurt, its on you. But at the same time will cover dick moves like in the video.

The only reason our local field is in business even though its a bit podunk and not good at policing its rules. Its the only field we can play on where the owners dont treat airsoft players like second class citizens. We have people who will drive 2 hours to get here because of the shitty fields.

airsoft is more alive in the west coast than the east coast, at least if you want to play on fields and not CQB.