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June 29, 2010

CQB CITY Airsoft June 27, 2010

Rifles, pistols, grenades, Oh My! In the heat CQB City managed to bring in over 100+ operators to the field this day. In previous weeks the number of camo outweighed the number of insurgent (civilian) forces or vice versa. This week it was surprisingly even enough there was no switching of sides. Despite our large bay doors and industrial fans the temperature was around 90 degrees Fahrenheit combined with all the gear operators body temps easily went above 98 degrees. With water stocked up players were able to keep cool in the sweltering heat.

In all I counted at least 40+ newcomers to CQB CITY that first heard about us through the Milsim Junkie videos. If it was your first time my hopes is that you had fun! Hope to see you soon. Making an appearance was Warmachine who primarily operate out of Davis, California. Its always nice to see people from other fields come out and enjoy a little close quarter time. The first match was won by the insurgent forces as all players acclimated themselves with the layout of the city.

As you will see in the video below there are some clips from a helmet POV camera. This is courtesy of Donnie and his son Dominic, regulars to the city. Both of which are always in the thick of the fight ready to duke it out with the opposing force. At the moment my budget does not allow me to purchase a helmet camera like the one used, however, I am working on getting new gear (stay frosty).

Some of the most notable weapons of the day were a Classic Airsoft gas AK47 (Escort System) and a TM Uzi from Redwolf Airsoft. It always fun to see the old, new, and even the odd sometimes. Keeps me in check and reminds me that this is a sport that is ment to be enjoyed no matter how unique the player or equipment.

In all another fantastic day at CQB City. Despite having lost the first match camo gave the insurgent forces one heck of a fight. The next 4 matches were stalemates were neither side was able to complete objectives. Both sides found themselves in close exchanges. One side would advances while the other fell back, then the rolls would switch the next second and the other team withdrew. It was definitely an amazing sight to see both sides struggle to make ground. This is why I love this sport, you never know whats going to happen.

Remember to Play Hard, Fight Hard!

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Cory said...

Awesome place. I will be coming here a lot I hope. They mentioned my gun haha, I feel cool :D (The DG/Escort AK)


Stephen said...

Poop =(. Couldn't make it last week. But looking forward to Sat.

And I can confirm what Chief said =). I've lost about 10lbs @ CQBCity =).

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