tylerflow wrote:I can't blame beginners for being beginners, but yeah it's sucks when you get a team full of them.
Also, beginners or young kids who act like know it alls because they watched crazyNCman or something. I also hate hearing friken G&Gs . They're fine guns but they almost always sound whiny and you can usually identify a G&G user by the sound they make.
And then the insane amount of KWA fanboys at my field. It's probably because it's the only brand of gun that the local AEX recommends to people with over $200. You can tell none of these 13 year olds have never opened a gearbox in their life when they say "M150 spring? KWA. Li-po ready?? KWA! Look, my KWA shoots a little farther than that kids Combat Machine. BEAST!"
Can't wait till I field my SR-25 which will (hopefully) out range these kids' precious SR12s that daddy bought them.
tylerflow wrote:I also hate hearing friken G&Gs . They're fine guns but they almost always sound whiny and you can usually identify a G&G user by the sound they make.
baklash 1337 wrote:
I don't like the fact that every d*mn person wants a SEAL/USMC/SAS/Spetsnaz/GSG9/"operator" loadout. Can't we get some originality here?
tylerflow wrote:Baklash, you're one of the only people I've seen that has really pulled off that OPFor/post-apocalyptic look very well.
baklash 1337 wrote:Since I really don't care if my loadout looks like crap, I always end up on OpFor. The people that OpFor consists of are usually kids...very nooby kids. Now I don't like being on a team with kids for a number of reasons, and these reasons are generally factual and not just a stereotype "bcuz i h4te kidz!!!"
1. They aren't combat effective or experienced. You can try and try to give them advice, but they usually won't do well, and tend to get dead when you're doing something important, i.e. taking a critical position in the field.
2. They won't shoot at anything because they are too poor to afford more bbs, mags, and batteries.
3. They tend to not stick their necks out and play to win. I can't count how many times I see kids just hanging out far off the front lines, waiting for their teammates ahead to move up. They will be the last people on your team to try to rush or play offensively.
And I say generally because kids are generally this way. I started playing airsoft at 13. I know how it is. And just a suggestion on how to defeat kids (or most airsofters, for that matter): just rush them relentlessly. They won't know what to do.
Another thing that grinds my gears is when teammates just do not give a sh*t about your tactical suggestions. One time, I was trying to defend against waves of enemies and I'm going through my mags like crazy, never letting go of the trigger. I asked for help from teammates while I'm trying to hold them off, but no help ever comes. Fortunately, I killed like 6 of them until they stopped attacking. There have also been a lot of times where I ask for some people to flank or break right through the center, but I always end up going alone.
This is probably going to offend a lot of people here, but here I go:
I don't like the fact that every d*mn person wants a SEAL/USMC/SAS/Spetsnaz/GSG9/"operator" loadout. Can't we get some originality here? I don't see enough people dressed up as "bad guys"; insurgents. I would also like to see more post-apoc loadouts like the one I'm working on, because I like to imagine airsoft as some kind of conflict in some kind of dystopian future when you consider the variation of guns and gear everyone has. But I do agree with the guy above, I don't like themed loadouts from visual media, because they're simply not original (I'm a guilty hipster).tylerflow wrote:I also hate hearing friken G&Gs . They're fine guns but they almost always sound whiny and you can usually identify a G&G user by the sound they make.
I can usually identify a G&G when I hear gear-grinding.
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