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Customer War Stories: Charles England

I had recently taken some real-steel tactical training from a friend of the family who is private security turned tactical instructor. It was course 2 of 4, and I was excited to try out what I had learned while on the MilSim field.

On the field, the main central zone was a grassy valley with a 7ft. cleft in the middle, surrounded by some brush and a copse of trees. My fire team was to cut a path to enemy territory to look for a package, while the rest of the squad provided cover from on top of the embankment behind us. I had my FAMAS SV and an M9, and was pointman.

Halfway through the ravine, there was a blind bend to the right. I knew it was a blind spot, so I called halt (hand signal only, we were trying to infiltrate, not assault). The first we knew of the ambush, it was our overwatch support getting annihilated from our four o’clock flank. The ravine opened slightly to the left, but continued to our objective to the right, and our team posted in defensive positions guarding the four possible assault points. But I knew we had to keep moving or we’d get pinned down in a very bad location.

I continued forward, but got engaged soon after in a mid-range with a tango in the brush who couldn’t quite hit me from around the corner. My FAMAS had the range but not the hitting power to do significant damage to the attacker, so I had to pour out the plastic…luckily the stock TM FAMAS SV has an amazing rate of fire. I heard the tango call hit just as I reached the end of my midcap (60 rds.), but before I could begin the reload, more tangos poured from around the corner. I dropped my rifle (yay slings!) and transferred to my sidearm; the draw I used, learned from the first course, was perfect. I had my weapon out and rounds down range before either party knew what had happened (I must admit, the speed and precision with which that draw occurred surprised even me). I had three tangos down in just as many seconds, double taps to center mass at 15 yards each.

M fire team didn’t lose anyone, though our overwatch was wiped out. We made it to the package location with only a few more single encounters, but as we exfilled I took a sniper round to the neck. Not the best end to a fun mission, especially the neck shot (this was before I wore neck guards, and the reason why I do so to this day), but the encounter in the ravine, where I was first able to apply real-steel tactics and training to airsoft, is still one of my most favorite airsoft memories.

-Charles England

Customer War Stories: Max Moawad

“My most epic story started out at fallen warriors airsoft field, a nice field near Lower Cincinnati. It was just before lunch time and we were playing a VIP rescue game. I was on the terrorists team (we had to protect the VIP in the kill house and not let the others retrieve him).

Even though I usually play support or assault for our team, I decided the stay up in a two story sniping tower. My scar H could still reach out to hit advancing players but was useless against long range engagements. As the game horn blew I readied my mag into my gun and prepared for a hell of a game. Our team split into four groups, each in which had 2 squads of four: squad alpha (my squad), who stayed and protected the VIP, squad bravo, who advanced in the forest to our left, squad Charlie, who stayed in a courtyard around 50 feet from the kill house, and squad we-don’t-want-to-be-named-squad-delta or W.D.W.T.B.C.S.D for short. (they were the jokers of the team) who advanced from the courtyard squad Charlie stayed in.

The enemy team decided to do similar to us, and split in multiple groups. I could see most of the entire A.O. From the tower I was in and decided to shout out their positions to my team. I called out to squad Charlie and W.D.W.T.B.C.S.D and told them about a incoming group straight ahead of them. To my liking, they went and easily cleared the enemies. But as I looked back, A large group was advancing 12 o’clock from our position. Little did I know that they brought two snipers in there group. Before I could react, a bb whizzed by my head. They just barely missed! I quickly kneeled to cover as a second bb plinked of the tower wall. Over the course of five minutes or so I kept peeking up to see what was going on. I remembered not keep a steady pattern so they couldn’t place a solid shot as I looked up. What happened is the majority of the group (excluding the snipers) continued into the forest which squad bravo was covering. I couldn’t inform bravo since they were too far out of range of hearing.

After some time, a second group started moving in on the courtyard. I told my teammates and they prepared to counter attack. Unfortunately a hidden player popped out some bushes and launched an ambush. This started an all out firefight. As the overwhelming sound of bb’s being sprayed filled the courtyard our team was being pushed back. One after another our players were being picked off. only 4 players remained of the two squads out there. They retreated to the kill house making the players left protecting the vip twelve (the four and squad alpha).

As the enemies took the courtyard, they came into range of my weapon. I was able to take one before taking cover from the thousands of bb’s from the rest of the enemy squad. I couldn’t breathe without another hundred bb’s fly over to try hit me. I decided to wait, stay laying in the tower until someone else distracted them. It took a while but they eventually did. And before being able to cook up a plan, they stormed the building. They took everyone else, only loosing a few themselves. But still I remained, they forgot of me. “This is it” a said to my self as I got up. “Only one shot at this”

As soon as I heard “VIP captured!” (It isn’t end of game since they still have to take the VIP back to there base) I zipped around the corner scar in hand and instantly “pop pop, pop pop pop, pop” I went aim bot on them one to another and took six at once! The vip was saved! Two more came in, one from a window, one from a door. I shot at the window and got him in mid climb, causing him to fall backwards. It still wasn’t enough time to hit the other so I hid hoping he wouldn’t find me (by then the six or so enemies are standing around bleeding out. They can’t tell him about me because of the “no dead man talking” rule, and besides, the VIP who is a field ref is right there also). The hostile checks the building before clearing the tower (which I’m in), and then meets up with me at a corner forcing us to both be “hit”.

I was able to rack up a few more kills by the end of the game, but that moment was like no other. I was the snipers main target, I got to inform my team of enemies like an over watch, and got a insane multi kill. I was a well know player that day…. And that, was my most epic moment”

– Max Moawad

A-TACS LE Edition

Check out one of the newest patterns to come out of the A-TACS line. The LE (Law Enforcement) edition pattern is available for purchase at

The A-TACS LE camouflage print was developed in conjunction with law enforcement professionals. It has been described as a uniform meant to be a “show of force” pattern, not designed for concealment. This definitely seems to be the case, as this pattern is both stylish and recognizable. Be prepared to see tactical entry teams and specialized units to start sporting these colors.

For every purchase of an A-TACS uniform including the LE pattern, Digital Concealment Systems will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Spirit of Blue Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing officer safety and fulfilling LE safety equipment and training needs.

Will A-TACS LE be as famous as the LAPD blue uniform? At this point, only time will tell. Comment below if that is a pattern that you’d be interested in, and visit the Airsoft GI Facebook to check out the latest news!

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Fusion Engine in a Nerf Gun?!

This airsoft gun will certainly draw heads.

The guys at Bingo Airsoftworks have put put a Fusion Engine inside of a Nerf gun! This is the Nerf Vulcan, which has been custom converted to fire BB’s instead of the normal nerf rockets. This guy has a functional box magazine that can hold up to 4000 BBs, and has some upgraded accuracy internals too.


Would you be interested in a custom fitted fusion engine installed into something that isn’t an airsoft gun? How about a Ninentdo Super Scope? Or perhaps a giant Super Soaker? Comment below!

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