Mt Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain; it’s also the highest free standing mountain in the world as well as the highest ‘trek-able’ mountain in the world. Contrary to what many people believe, Mt Kilimanjaro is an exceptionally difficult mountain to climb with a summit failure rate of just over 45%. What people don’t realise is that attempting to climb Kilimanjaro with the wrong clothing and the wrong preparations can and has lead to a fatal conclusion. Provided you are well prepared, well guided and well informed making it to the summit of Africa will be one of the most magical things you have ever achieved. How Climbing Kilimanjaro Is Done The only way you are allowed to climb Kilimanjaro is if you are with an organised trek with a Kilimanjaro climbing tours licensed mountain operator. It is of paramount importance that when you choose your mountain operator that they are trustworthy and have a good track record as this is increase your chances of summit success by up to 25%. Kilimanjaro can only be navigated using ore-determined routes, and there is no technically climbing involved it is mostly walking with a small amount of scrambling towards the end of your summit attempt on a large scree slope. Trek durations can vary anywhere between 5 to 8 nights on the mountain depending on which route you have decided...Read More
Author: George Mills
Sep 8, 2017 | Articles |
It is safe to say that Airsoft activities have significantly grown in popularity. Are you a beginner looking for the best airsoft games? If so, then we have compiled a variety of captivating and attractive games. Some of the games we’ll mention here include: Medic, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Sniper, and King of the Hill. Medic Medic is a large scale game whose main aim is using team denominations or deathmatch. The distinguishing factor is that the medic is unarmed or in some cases only given a pistol. The individual also has no extra ammo to either...Read More
Aug 26, 2017 | Articles |
Have you purchased your airsoft firearms? Wondering what to do to fit in the extra magazines? Well, it is time to get some new gear. The challenge is it’s rather difficult to know what exactly you need to buy. Different people have various needs depending on the position that they play, the environment and the frequency at which they play. Besides, your age and weight also play a huge role. So, how do you arrive at these critical decisions? Step 1: The Role You Play Is Equal to the Gun You Want To Buy The role you pay...Read More
Aug 18, 2017 | Articles |
Airsoft has gained popularity in recent times. It’s an activity similar to paintball, but the only difference is its practical nature. It’s quite easy to distinguish and identify a paintball gun. The rifles have a large hopper which holds the paintballs and with many of them, you’ll find a sizeable air tank. However, such is not the case when it comes to an airsoft gun. These devices are realistic imitations of the modern day hand guns. They are not designed to look like the real guns. Instead, they are their replicas. They also come in different varieties such as...Read More
Aug 3, 2017 | Articles |
Are you looking to further your airsoft universe? If so, then milsim events are arguably the next step you need to try. The term is the short form for Military Simulation and is meant to provide airsoft lovers with the best combat experience. Milsim Events and Airsoft Games While other types of airsoft events focus on tactics, patience, and skill to be successful, MilSim activities are a little bit different. Here, they go further and cover the incorporation of more realistic military-specific authentic battlegrounds and events. Also while there are some airsoft games such as King of the...Read More
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We’re a group of friends who share a passion for airsoft. We met during a skirmish at Section 8 airsoft in Scotland and have been good mates since. Our love for airsoft made us start our own website, sharing what we know with the airsoft community and hopefully encouraging more people to take part in our sport!
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