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  • Sniper Decoy
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    Originally posted by druid799 View Post

    Donít know about you guys but I think itís safe to say the mong in the first two pictures will be deader that a dead thing at dead Oíclock the wonderful way he was silhouetting him self in the door way !
    Would you care to elaborate on what he did wrong? I just played my very first game 2 days ago so a lot of these videos and articles I read are just theory. I'm all ears for any real life feedback.

    In this article one tip it offered was "When you made it into cover you can begin peeking for enemies. Itís very important that you donít press against cover. That way you wonít be able to maneuver around cover. Keep an arms length distance so you can maneuver better around the cover as opposed to being tight up on it."

    When I engaged in a skirmish, liked described, I stayed "tight to the corner" because I thought it would provide more protection. I was going to employ keeping an "arms length" next time like advised in said article?
    If you really want to be a good CQB (Close Quarters Battle) player then focus on only 2 main subjects: First, be aware of your surroundings and second, learn how ...

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  • walsh3328
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    Would people be interested in a group class? On a site in the south. Maybe a whole day covering everything from footwork/bodywork tactics and drills

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  • druid799
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    Originally posted by Sniper Decoy View Post
    Here's a detailed primer on close quarter combat, covering all the subjects a beginner needs to know such as Basic Tactics; Room Clearance and Gear.

    http://airsoftwarrior.net/2014/04/ai...for-buildings/

    http://airsoftwarrior.net/2014/04/ai...room-clearing/

    http://airsoftwarrior.net/2014/04/airsoft-cqb-gear/
    Donít know about you guys but I think itís safe to say the mong in the first two pictures will be deader that a dead thing at dead Oíclock the wonderful way he was silhouetting him self in the door way !

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  • Sniper Decoy
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    Are you looking for some great CQB tactics? Look no further! We have an awesome list of tactics here for you to help you on your next mission.

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  • Sniper Decoy
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    Here's a detailed primer on close quarter combat, covering all the subjects a beginner needs to know such as Basic Tactics; Room Clearance and Gear.

    http://airsoftwarrior.net/2014/04/ai...for-buildings/

    http://airsoftwarrior.net/2014/04/ai...room-clearing/

    http://airsoftwarrior.net/2014/04/airsoft-cqb-gear/

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  • Sniper Decoy
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    Room Clearing Tactics by Jolly Roger Airsoft:
    https://youtu.be/KSQq5zZrAVc
    Last edited by Sniper Decoy; 9 March, 2019, 18:28.

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  • oneonebravo
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training?

    I'm [I]fairly[I] sure that CAG (Combat Airsoft Group) run CQB Training weekends, if not then I'm again reasonably confident that Stirling Airsoft do training as well.

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  • firefly2017
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training???

    help a lot , thanks

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  • 46templar
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training?

    Guys if you live in the midlands theres stirling airsoft do what your looking for aswel as sniper school

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  • akey
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training?

    If you are willing to travel Tac House Spartan in Chesterfield run training days every so often, they have one to the guys from Thomas Lowe Defence supply the pyro and often they bring some operational distrataction devices or kit. Really good days and focussed for airsoft.

    The other option (as Ben mentioned above) is come to one of the 2 Midlands Airsoft Fairs, where there is a local team who run some very informal training, again this is specifically focussed for airsoft, as there are different challenges and reactions invovled when thre is no risk to life. there are also free pistol / shotgun games all day to go and put what you learn to good use. The team cover anything from 2 man tactics to small team tactics.

    Both Tac house and The Gaol (where the midlands airsoft fair is held) can also do private days, with training. Give them a call for prices etc, but you would need probably about 10 or more to make it viable.

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  • ElZer0
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training?

    I believe blackveil tactical have a area to practice this. Based in kent, not to far from gravesend

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  • Mikep81
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training?

    Or with these guys! https://youtu.be/RbbGHwkVZXE

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  • StargateP90
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training?

    Here

    http://www.blackveiltactical.com

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  • walsh3328
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    Re: Where to get room clearence training?

    I would be willing to show you guys at gzw one weekend if it's cool with the site? Go through everything from breaching to clearing hard and soft styles.

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