My name is Gabriel and I'm the owner of the www.6mm.ro - the first airsoft, mil-sim & larp publication from Romania. This publication is a non-profit project run by airsoft players for airsoft players.
You have a very fine work here, and I want to ask for your permission to use pictures from your gallery in our next 6mm number (online & print)...
Your works will be credited with a link to your website or something like that (I'm open to your sugestions).
Until next time, please receive my best regards and keep up the good work. Manny thanks! Gabriel
If you care for criticism, the box mag for the M249 is much too small and the holster doesn't really look right - not sure what you're basing it off, though. I love the dynamic shadow and cover though. Nice pic!
It depends. Each nutsack, 100 or 200 round, comes with a plastic liner. Having been a SAW gunner, I never used the liner for the 100 round pouch. We could assume the gunner of this pic chose to keep the liner inside the pouch.
I never used the liner--and for one reason: Comfort, and mobility. Except if I had the 200 round pouches. The liner is supposedly used to prevent jams and stoppages, which is true for the 200 round pouch, but for the 100 round pouch, it really isn't enough ammo or weight to really make a difference on how rounds are fed from the sack to the weapon. Really the only thing that would ball up the rounds in the soft pouch is if you leaned the sack against your gear, which I did often, but that is also why I checked, and re-collated the ammo in my pouch before and after every mission so such stoppages would not occur.
Enak donk, gak perlu bangun pagi2 buat ngantor. *sirik*
Aku kan bangsa pekanbaru sejati Van. Eh, kenal Bang Ju ya? Temenku tuh...emanglah dia tu skill kali. Pengen belajar fotografi ama dia, tapi aku blom sanggup beli kameranya. Ohya, studionya yg baru bakal buka bulan ini di Jl. Durian. Dekat rumah kw Van.