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 on: May 12, 2018, 04:34:54 pm 
Started by aswayze - Last post by aswayze
Since David does not post pictures: 

David working on some repairs on the bottom using mutt on it's side technology. 

David cleaning up after repairing a few spots in the back of the bed. 

Cowl and side panels off of the dash area.  Waiting for new parts to arrive. 

 on: May 09, 2018, 06:29:21 pm 
Started by aswayze - Last post by David
Mutt 6022 was brought over to Allan's just over a year ago. All four fenders have been replaced and the dash/cowl panel has been removed. The replacement dash/cowl should be ready soon. Once it's in place the body work will be done. Everything else will be ready to assemble and finish the job.

 on: May 09, 2018, 06:21:11 pm 
Started by David - Last post by David
The military vehicle rally (KAMO rally) will October 5, 6 and 7 this year at the D-Day Park. It's a fun weekend of relaxing and trail riding. Some of the guys are talking about having a scavenger hunt and maybe a airsoft skirmish. It's a great weekend for the whole family.

 on: May 09, 2018, 06:18:05 pm 
Started by David - Last post by David
This year the big D-Day paintball game will be June 16. There's a group of us planning on going down to help out Dewayne and the D-Day family. We typically get there on Friday and leave Sunday morning. Feel free to come out and have some fun.

 on: May 09, 2018, 10:54:11 am 
Started by Hunter - Last post by Shtirlitz
Personally, I show up here about once a month to check if anything interesting happens. But I don't do WW2 stuff...

 on: May 04, 2018, 10:20:51 am 
Started by Hunter - Last post by Hunter
Hello, I went to several eastwind's a west german every time and loved it. Sad to see it go I moved on to WWII reenacting, then I've decided to start a WWII airsoft group, with the goal to create an immersive WWII event.
I'm not sure how many people still check this forum, but figured it was worth a try!


 on: February 05, 2018, 12:37:50 pm 
Started by Mercy - Last post by David
I'm still interested.

 on: February 03, 2018, 08:06:43 pm 
Started by Mercy - Last post by Master Chef
Well, re-reading the discussion we have on here, I sketched this out in about 45 minutes as a very rough proof of concept. Used eastwind photos, Mark Twain Nat'l Forest photos, and a few oddball ones as reference. The guy in front is based on Warnick (I think) in one of the EW3 stuck ferret photos, and the guy closer is an Soviet at a training event. The cliff on the left is the West German "cliff of doom" in the south pocket of the 210 valley.

The few of us still active here, what do we think?

 on: February 03, 2018, 06:15:26 pm 
Started by Gigueand - Last post by Master Chef
Yep, just have to get enough crumpled pocket ones into a pile to afford the NDS lower. Going partial fence, that's what the rifle would have shipped with. I'm tracking on the exceptions for shoulder mounted stocks for pistols. Most of the .45 type 17s that came in didn't have them, and they need a larger than standard sized one, so I was going to cross that bridge when I got there. All the type 17s came in as original 30's production guns, though if you told me Norinco mixed in new made ones with the old I wouldn't have been surprised in the slightest. Many of them looked way too well kept to be 30s production Chinese militia weapons.

I've been drug into some WW2 stuff as well, 28th ID in late '44. Currently running as medic but can do rifleman as well. In two weeks I'll be doing a 5 day tactical with a few eastwind guys down in TN.

 on: February 02, 2018, 08:40:46 am 
Started by Mercy - Last post by dirtpro
I never heard anything further...same here

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