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Feature Friday – Cal

Today we want to introduce you to Cal, one of our customer sales reps who you may have also seen in-store in the past. What's special about Cal? Quite a lot of things but more so his loadout.

The Inspirations:

Cal is Mr. Tarkov, a PC game that has a particular faction that grabbed Cal's interest to adapt it into his latest Airsoft loadout known as USEC.

USEC ( United Securities ) Is an American faction deployed in the fictional region of Tarkov in Russia. They are hired as PMC security for the TERRA GROUP LABS company operating in illegal experiments in an abandoned factory. They're known for being equipped with basic gear issued for quick elimination raids, clear & extract. However, in the heat of the war-torn city, command ( USEC HQ ) left behind the remaining PMC's and left them to fend for themselves in an endless firefight against armed civilians & the Russian counter force BEAR.

The Gear:

It's becoming ever more popular for Airsofters to attend with a bit of Cosplay/theme behind their attire. Airsoft is growing more in variety these days, a lot more than the original "everyone attends wearing DPM!" found years before. Let's get to the goodies Cal has gone with for his latest look:

The Guns:

Yep guns! Cal, like Milky, has a small armoury of his own, but his last prized possessions have to be GBB all the way. Cal's primary is an externally modified GHK - M4 GBBR decked out with the following:

Onto Cal's secondary, its a simple, standard We Europe - G-Series G19 GBB pistol. Cal likes realism, movement and weight hence going GBB for both primary and secondary.

If you want to see more on Cal's and other staff builds and load-outs? Click here to see our “Staff Armoury” index.


Written by Karl, who has written a total of 194 posts.


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