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Conker December 5th, 2010 10:54

CSOR
 
There's a JTF2 thread, but looks like there's no CSOR thread... so here we go.

There's many pictures in training on CF Combat Camera, but actual photos in operations? Now that's something else; they're pretty rare.

Quote:

Originally Posted by hogdriver (Post 5330291)

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A coalition soldier with Special Operations Task Force - South utilizes night-vision goggles while providing security overwatch during an operation to hinder insurgent activity in Maiwand District, Nov. 27, Kandahar province, Afghanistan.
Hires: http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/4366/344772.jpg

Found that pic on Wednesday's daily thread on MP.net and the camo looked like CADPAT, so it raised my suspicion... looking for more info of it on Google I found more pics.

http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o...fe/CSOR212.jpg
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Members of the Canadian Special Operations Regiment take a break from trianing at CFB Petawawa
http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o...fe/CSOR132.jpg
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Members of the Canadian Special Operations Regiment slide from ropes from a hovering helicopter on to the roof-top of a training building at CFB Petawawa.
http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o...tWarriors2.jpg
This is a painting, but as this was comissionned by a CF LtCol, this was most likely based on a photo.

Found there: http://shadowspear.com/vb/threads/ca...pilation.5682/ (there's a few more that were posted in the JTF2 thread already)

Yeoman December 5th, 2010 14:42

painting is of the fibua site in petawawa in case anyone is wondering, yeah i'm lame like that.

Sportco December 5th, 2010 14:52

Question!
 
C,

Look at the stocks on the 5 guys pict crane stokes and multiple peq's... arent does airsoft guns...

Couldnt they be airsoft week-end warriors?

Cheers,

Pete

Quote:

Originally Posted by Conker (Post 1363457)
There's a JTF2 thread, but looks like there's no CSOR thread... so here we go.

There's many pictures in training on CF Combat Camera, but actual photos in operations? Now that's something else; they're pretty rare.



Hires: http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/4366/344772.jpg

Found that pic on Wednesday's daily thread on MP.net and the camo looked like CADPAT, so it raised my suspicion... looking for more info of it on Google I found more pics.

http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o...fe/CSOR212.jpg

http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o...fe/CSOR132.jpg


http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o...tWarriors2.jpg
This is a painting, but as this was comissionned by a CF LtCol, this was most likely based on a photo.

Found there: http://shadowspear.com/vb/threads/ca...pilation.5682/ (there's a few more that were posted in the JTF2 thread already)


c3sk December 5th, 2010 15:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sportco (Post 1363588)
C,

Look at the stocks on the 5 guys pict crane stokes and multiple peq's... arent does airsoft guns...

Couldnt they be airsoft week-end warriors?

Cheers,

Pete

Could be, if airsofters had access to a fast rope + Griffon chopper in petawawa.

DaRkCoMmAnDo December 5th, 2010 15:48

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Originally Posted by c3sk (Post 1363610)
Could be, if airsofters had access to a fast rope + Griffon chopper in petawawa.

What, you dont? :D

Sportco December 5th, 2010 15:52

Ok.... look at foot wear, holster, vests, side arm color
 
Shoot I was in better matched halloween parties.... one of these guys is wearing sneakers... I say we do a collect to equip CSOR

As for the griffon... sorry can't locate it in the pick, maybe in another one in the series.

My point was that I didnt know CSOR was training with airsoft... closest ive seen so far is FED platoon in St-Jean using paintball launchers as noise makers because of law (no guns in civies hands.

Cheers

Pete

Ps Give me 25 feet of fast rope and I'll rig you something to take pictures..lol


Quote:

Originally Posted by c3sk (Post 1363610)
Could be, if airsofters had access to a fast rope + Griffon chopper in petawawa.


Conker December 5th, 2010 15:56

They're not training with airsoft.. what tells you they are?

They don't care about color matching, they care about using what works. And these are officially released pics taken in Petawawa.

Sportco December 5th, 2010 16:00

hey conker...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Conker (Post 1363629)
They're not training with airsoft.. what tells you they are?

They don't care about color matching, they care about using what works. And these are officially released pics taken in Petawawa.

Back to question one... do they use crane stocks in CF?

Sneakers Helo jumping.... was not aware of that ((you GOT to admit it not the greatest idee))... still don't see griffon

Cheers

pete

Skladfin December 5th, 2010 16:00

they're probably using simunitions or just blanks.

Sportco December 5th, 2010 16:04

Back to question one... do they use crane stocks in CF?

Cheers,

Pete

c3sk December 5th, 2010 16:09

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Originally Posted by Sportco (Post 1363635)
Back to question one... do they use crane stocks in CF?

Sneakers Helo jumping.... was not aware of that ((you GOT to admit it not the greatest idee))... still don't see griffon

Cheers

pete

Shadow of the Griffon can be seen in picture #2.

Just look at the operator finishing his fast rope descent.

Crane stocks were not "designed" for airsoft.
So yes, they are used, locally and in the sand box.
Operators choice.

Ballcancer December 5th, 2010 16:15

Also really no reason for an airsofter to wear a repel/retention line harness ( not really sure what its called) check the operator in the middle not wearing a bucket

Sportco December 5th, 2010 16:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by c3sk (Post 1363642)
Shadow of the Griffon can be seen in picture #2.

Just look at the operator finishing his fast rope descent.

Crane stocks were not "designed" for airsoft.
So yes, they are used, locally and in the sand box.
Operators choice.


ok, i thought the shadow was a bit small for a helo but OK... It's a griffon

Has any one on the site ever seen a crane stock being used by CF yes or NO
honest question...

Still back with sneaker vehicule jumping ((broken ankle anyone )) 3 types of night vision braces... need I go on.... as I said lets do a collect to equip CSOR

Cheers

Pete

SCG48 December 5th, 2010 16:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sportco (Post 1363648)
ok, i thought the shadow was a bit small for a helo but OK... It's a griffon

Has any one on the site ever seen a crane stock being used by CF yes or NO
honest question...

Still back with sneaker vehicule jumping ((broken ankle anyone )) 3 types of night vision braces... need I go on.... as I said lets do a collect to equip CSOR

Cheers

Pete

I have seen guys use these stocks overseas myself, so yes CF people use these stocks. And yes the shadow of a helo will appear small when its flying at a certain altitude

c3sk December 5th, 2010 16:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sportco (Post 1363648)
ok, i thought the shadow was a bit small for a helo but OK... It's a griffon

Has any one on the site ever seen a crane stock being used by CF yes or NO
honest question...

Still back with sneaker vehicule jumping ((broken ankle anyone )) 3 types of night vision braces... need I go on.... as I said lets do a collect to equip CSOR

Cheers

Pete

PVS-14 kits are issued with multiple mounting solutions, depending on the helmet, again operators choice.

I don't see any sneakers. I see a mix of tan/black 5.11 issued boots in 6" and 8" cuts.


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