How To Choose Footwear

Shoes generally need to be very durable and comfortable regardless of the activity. Some shoes are available in somewhat waterproof form, but it’s better to invest in overshoes if not expecting to get wet as they can be slipped on and off much like clothes. In cases where the climate is mostly wet or snow, it is worth getting specific footwear for those environments as overshoes would only work in temporary scenarios.

How To Choose Outer Layer Clothing

The outer layer is the most familiar layer for both the amateur and the most outdoor savvy of enthusiasts. Otherwise known as the protective layer against the elements (snow, rain, wind, mud), the outer layer comprises of a mixture of different types of clothes which are focused on providing a balance between breathability and protection.

How To Choose Mid Layer Clothing

Mid layers are focused on heat insulation and breathability for function and is most commonly known as a soft shell or fleece (although not limited to these types of clothes). In a way, you can consider the mid layer to be similar to the base layer, however it does not need to be as comfortable as it doesn’t touch the skin as much.

How To Choose Base Layer Clothing

The base layer is the first item of clothing that should be considered for comfort and function. The comfort is to ensure that the clothing does not irritate the skin for a long period of time. The function is to move moisture away from the body and ensure that humidity does not irritate the skin as well.
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GBLS DAS GDR-15 AEG

GBLS is a South Korean manufacturer who is noticeably new to the industry of Airsoft as a company and has decided to innovate past the norms of what is expected in the technological norms of today’s Airsoft market. The Dynamic Action System, otherwise known as the DAS, is a new mechanical system which simulates the reciprocation of a moving bolt carrier group without the use of gas propulsion. This system works with a split gearbox of one main gear that reciprocates the bolt carrier backwards, not only creating a recoiled effect but also compressing the spring in the bolt and chambering a new bb.
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FLIR Breach PTQ136 Thermal Imager

The FLIR Breach PTQ136 has a 320 x 256 60Hz VOx Microbolometer with long wave infrared accurate between 7.5 and 13.5 micrometres of the electromagnetic spectrum. The lens is 9.1 mm with an aperture of f/1.04, giving a 24 x 19 degree angle of view. This is a narrow field of view however it allows for more precise and detailed visuals at range. This device is designed to give a focused visual thermal than a more overall picture for manoeuvring. As mentioned before, the display comes with multiple visual schemes: White Hot, Black Hot, Rainbow HC, Ironbow, Sepia, Arctic, and Outdoor Alert.