Sleeping & Eating

Share your Berget "know-how" and what is necessary to be prepared for when going to Berget-games.
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Post by waffelke » 04 Feb 2009, 16:30

vardemis wrote:bear ? Isn't the bear protected by the law ?

If I could i want to taste bear lol
nato is also protected by law and we schoot it to :lol:
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Post by vardemis » 04 Feb 2009, 16:51

waffelke wrote:
vardemis wrote:bear ? Isn't the bear protected by the law ?

If I could i want to taste bear lol
nato is also protected by law and we schoot it to :lol:
:shock: :D :D
no it's a misunsterdanding I think ... diplomat was protected by the law last year ... but people were shooting at him so now noone is protected by the law ... only balistic law rules the world :)
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Post by freno » 04 Feb 2009, 19:41

I kill for money, but you are my friend so i kill you for nothing!!! :lol:
In sweden it´s strickt rules for hunting bear, but it´s possible!!! About reindeer: -You can live on it, but it taste like shit!
I vote for dry beef!!!
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Post by Kartoon » 04 Feb 2009, 23:33

Disagreed. Reindeer is quite tasty prepared correctly. But lets not go there, everybody: bring your own food and don't shoot reindeers with your heavy glass bb's. They wont budge.
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Post by Cpt » 04 Feb 2009, 23:38

Exactly. Use the other end of you rifle and club them.
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Post by motorhead » 04 Feb 2009, 23:45

Quite honest: Dried reindeer meat is a classic and highly recommended for airsofters. You get some salt - thus utilize water better - and it's very light in your beltkit or rucksack and provides vital proteins. You can buy it at Swedish and Norwegian shops and petrol stations. Yummie ;-)

Personally I'll bring both dried reindeer meat and heatermeals at B7.
Even dried fish becomes a delicacy after you've stormed some enemy positions after a lengthy patrol. :-)
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Post by Buckmaster » 05 Feb 2009, 01:21

Moiners,
motörhead wrote:Quite honest: Dried reindeer meat is a classic and highly recommended for airsofters. You get some salt - thus utilize water better - and it's very light in your beltkit or rucksack and provides vital proteins. You can buy it at Swedish and Norwegian shops and petrol stations. Yummie ;-)
please bring some for me as well, really. It is hard to get over here in the "Land of pork and beef" and I like it.

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Post by yasirotta » 05 Feb 2009, 05:34

Heh...
Before all this goes out of hand, please remind one thing...
There is 2 kind of food in berget events. First is big meat, and other one is just for taking hunger away. Always remember water, that is key for everything. So, if your meat is deer, bear, elk or whatever... There is always cannet tuna or pineapple taking most hunger away. Most best thing about pineapple is that you get also liquid and sugar to balance your body.

And remember, if you use sports drinks like "Hart Sport" or else... Drink those when you are getting sleep(or resting). If you use those under pressure, they wont work like they should be.

And last, spare your alcohol to beer party. Really, biggest mistake is drink alcohol during movement. That will just make your airsoft-event worse. All what you get, is angry players and headache for own mistakes.

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Post by MrMedic » 06 Apr 2009, 11:18

Something I learned the hard way at B6

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The sun will set at 22:50
The sun will rise at 02:56

When the sun is down it will still be light enough to walk around without any light. Even moving stealthily in the terrain is not problem. It will not be dark.

Your day/night rythm will most likely be completely messed up by the fact that it is never "night".

You still need to sleep though, even if it means going to bed in broad daylight.
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Post by Os » 06 Apr 2009, 11:48

MrMedic wrote:Something I learned the hard way at B6

At Berget
The sun will set at 22:50
The sun will rise at 02:56

When the sun is down it will still be light enough to walk around without any light. Even moving stealthily in the terrain is not problem. It will not be dark.

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That is if there is no sky and nice weater....

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Post by STUNTMAN » 06 Apr 2009, 12:52

Os wrote:
MrMedic wrote:Something I learned the hard way at B6

At Berget
The sun will set at 22:50
The sun will rise at 02:56

When the sun is down it will still be light enough to walk around without any light. Even moving stealthily in the terrain is not problem. It will not be dark.

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That is if there is no sky and nice weater....
Yeap... it's true.

See the photos. Everytime that you see shades and sun lingt it's day... no shades and a grey/blue sun light it's night.

Day:

http://www.hostileoperationsteam.org/ga ... C07187.jpg

http://www.hostileoperationsteam.org/ga ... G_8285.JPG


Night... those was taken between 11:00PM to 03:00AM:

http://www.hostileoperationsteam.org/ga ... C07183.jpg

http://www.hostileoperationsteam.org/ga ... C07178.jpg

http://www.hostileoperationsteam.org/ga ... G_8225.JPG

http://www.hostileoperationsteam.org/ga ... G_8222.JPG


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Post by soljarka » 06 Apr 2009, 13:16

An advice from me:

I understand, that eating MRE's all the time is cool and hardcore MilSim diet, but it is so funny watching you guys so exhausted and sick of those rations after the game, that even McDonald's food seems like food for the gods.

Take a mess kit big enough for a squad, or at least for a half; take rice, noodles, preserved meat, whatever like that to prepare simple, but tasty, nutritive and more healthy food.
Of course it is perfect to have some MRE's in your tactical backpack to eat in the field during the mission, but it's not the best choice for a campsite.

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Post by vardemis » 06 Apr 2009, 14:03

soljarka wrote:An advice from me:

I understand, that eating MRE's all the time is cool and hardcore MilSim diet, but it is so funny watching you guys so exhausted and sick of those rations after the game, that even McDonald's food seems like food for the gods.

Take a mess kit big enough for a squad, or at least for a half; take rice, noodles, preserved meat, whatever like that to prepare simple, but tasty, nutritive and more healthy food.
Of course it is perfect to have some MRE's in your tactical backpack to eat in the field during the mission, but it's not the best choice for a campsite.
Try the french ration :)

Hot tasty meal, coffee, candies, tea, soup.

It takes more place than more but it seems a real lunch or diner :)

the ration are for one day, breakfast, lunch and diner.

You can find them on ebay ! Be careful on the price and expiration date :) menu are in french and in english :)

prefer bying by pack than by unit (less expensive)

the rumor says that for one 1 french ration you can have 5 us mre in exchange

so :p
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Post by Windi^ » 06 Apr 2009, 14:35

Well, if it from French it includes snails or cheese that has gone too old :D

Finnish military rations are also very good compared to MREs. Unfortunately those are really hard to come by and they cost plenty.
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Post by vardemis » 06 Apr 2009, 14:46

Windi^ wrote:Well, if it from French it includes snails or cheese that has gone too old :D

Finnish military rations are also very good compared to MREs. Unfortunately those are really hard to come by and they cost plenty.
no snails, no stinky cheese, no frog, no pork (menu 1 to 7).

http://www.mreinfo.com/international/fr ... -rcir.html
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