The sniper rifle you’ll know from all of my latest videos is the Silverback Desert Tech SRS A2/M2 22” Barrel – OD. It is the licensed version of the Desert Tech Scout Recon Stealth A2 bullpup sniper rifle and the latest model of the SRS line.
Silverback Desert Tech SRS A2/M2 22'' Barrel
The scope I have been using on my sniper rifles is the Silo Scope 3-9×40. Optical clarity is king here. Being able to see my shots as clear as possible is vital. The scope set comes with a bubble level to make sure your first shot is always dead straight. The killflash and sunshade tube assure you won’t be blinded or given away by the sun’s glare. This scope has outperformed my other 150-300 dollar scopes by far.
My absolute favorite sidearm is the Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa Gold Match. It is a pre-upgraded Gas Blow Back Pistol which can be operated with both CO2 (1J / 330 fps) and Gas (0.8J / 310fps). It is an out of the box solution and doesn’t need any further modification or tuning. It is built to last and it will not let you down when you need it.
Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa Gold Match
Quality BBs are the most underrated thing ever when it comes to accuracy and performance. They make a WORLD of difference. I use either Geoffs 0.45g Bio BBs or Nimrod 0.45g Bio BBs at all times. Quality control is excellent ensuring every shot is the same.
Finding a pair of goggles that would not fog up was super important as I have had this issue often in the past (like most players). Thankfully I found the Pyramex I-Force Goggles. These things absolutely do not fog up due to the dual pane lens and acetate layer coating the inside of the goggles. They also come with a strap but I have never needed to use it as it sits very stable on my head.
For a long time I have used the RunCam Scope Cam Lite for every video on my channel. Only recently have I upgraded to the more premium ScopeCam Plus and the quality of the camera and the footage it records blew me away.
My BDU of choice is the combat shirt and pants by Invader Gear. Not only are they made out of a very breathable fabric, they’re also tough as nails. In most terrains the Flecktarn camouflage has my preference but luckily the BDU comes in many different camouflage patterns to suit specific needs.