FRAG Philippines Elects New President

Incoming FRAG Philippines President Bong Collera

Force Recon Airsoft Group – Philippines just elected its 2010-11 Officers.  FRAG Bong Collera was unanimously elected and succeeds FRAG Bobby Ludeña who was president since October 2007.  Below is the list of the 2010-11 incoming officers.

President – Bong Collera
Vice President – Noel Fajardo
Secretary – Ed Tabernero
Treasurer – Dodz Andoque
Immediate Past President – Bobby Ludeña

Board Of Directors:
Alvin Mañus
Teddy Salido
Tanya Neri

So We’re Back!

So we’re back! After six months of no airsoft games due to the election “Gun Ban” we’re back to playing our beloved sport. I can’t believe how the six month lay-off rusted my AEG from its gun barrel to its trigger. Anyway, it would take another six years for the “Election Gun Ban” to take effect again. Yay!!!

But here’s another thing – it’s July and it is the start of the rainy season. Too bad for our team, our game sites are swamped with rain water. Though it looks like a real Vietnam scenario if you look around, how can you play in a swampy area with lots of insects and critters around? Snakes? Yes snakes, it’s abundant here in our country. Ranging from those cute little ones to the big and venomous constrictors. Arghh.. Bad luck? You may say that, but we see ourselves as real Recons, and the real recon usually inserts itself in areas (under any condition) wherein no one suspects they are there. Simply to say, we can still play at our swampy game sites.  Can we?  That remains to be seen.

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Philippine 2010 Election Gun Ban Starts

The chief of the Philippine Police reminded the public that airsoft guns or gun replicas have been included in the election period’s gun ban starting January 10, 2010, until June 09, 2010.

Director Roberto Rosales, chief of the The National Capital Region Police Office, urged airsoft gun owners and enthusiasts, in a statement, to refrain from carrying their guns so as not to violate Commission on Elections Resolution 8714, which included airsoft guns and gun replicas in the list of items covered by the gun ban.

Merry Christmas from Force Recon Airsoft!

The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree:  the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other.
~Burton Hillis

FRAG Ireland Bags 2nd At Take Aim Competition 2009

Team FRAG Ireland concluded its participation at the 2nd TAKE AIM COMPETITION which was held last 28-29 November 2009 at Moyvalley Hotel Adventure Park.

This event is an annual All Ireland Airsoft competition. It is participated by Ireland’s airsoft finest teams and other invited international guests. This is the 2nd time that FRAG Dublin participated in this competition. Being the only Filipino group in the event,  FRAG fielded  3 teams namely, Tallaght Team, Cellbridge-Lucan Team and Dublin Team.

Of the 3 Teams only Tallaght Team qualified the elimination round. There were 4 scenarios in the competition: – CQB/Urban Warfare – Woodland Assault – Hill Assault – Bunker Assault

At the end of the day,  the Russian Federation Airsoft Team grabbed 1st Place while FRAG Tallaght earned 2nd place and a Team from Northern Ireland got the 3rd place.

Tokyo Marui G36K Blowback

Tokyo Marui presented it’s new Tokyo Marui G36K  and got a favorable reception to be close to the “real thing”.  The plastic is heavy as a real gun (2,900g) and with an over-all length of 615mm to 860mm.

Tokyo Marui G36k

Tokyo Marui G36k

Type G36K
Overall length 615/860mm
Weight 2,900g
Barrel length 300mm

For more information, visit Tokyo Marui Website.

Classic Army LWRC PSD Blowback

In real life the LWRC PSD (Land Warfare Resources Corporation) is designed to take the role of a submachine gun while providing the greater firepower of a rifle caliber. It is 25 inches long.

LWRC PSD

Recently, Classic Army released it’s replica version of the LWRC PSD which it features electric blow-back, a newly designed metal hopup unit, a real LWRC logo, an 8mm metal bushing gearbox, a free-float rail system, metal flip up sights, MagPul MOE grip, and which Classic Army claims that it can handle a LiPo battery out of the box. For more information, visit Classic Army Website.

Check out  the video episode below of Future Weapons featuring the LWRC M6A2 PSD in 6.8mm SPC. This features Col. Darrel Elmore retired DCO of 5th Special Forces Group and Paul Howe of CSAT (Combat Shooting and Tactics) ex special forces.