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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Briosafreak, Jun 15, 2003.
Obviously, TV sucks balls (I'm the one with the hair):
That's me on step 4:
Aye, the Irish step I see...
I got a total groundhog day going on with step 3-4.
Shit, I think I'm on step sven.
Elly, since when did too much sunlight & heat bleach the skin?
I fly nights... I'm not a daywalker.
I see you have an FN MAG next to you (M-240 for the US I think), we have been using those down here for a long time now. I can assemble and disassemble one of those with my eyes closed.
*pictures scene from Mars Attacks*
i didn't know you were a grenadier? or is that someone else's rifle/M203 combo?
how do you like the ACOG btw?
one of the best and most reliable GPMGs around, but sadly a bitch to haul ass with.
Only if you are a sissy, hehe. Seriously, it really worths the trouble, it can lay down a curtain of death and destruction on an entire area. I just hope not to be the poor bastard that has to carry the dang thing during a long march.
Nothing 'gainst Carib, but each and every pic he posts turns this thread into OMFG LOOKIT TEH GUNZ AWSUM!!!!
Well my status from SDM got changed when I came back from Leave. it would see I got moved up the block on Arms.
I like the ACOG. I think it offers just the right amount of magnification without any parallex (for all you snipers). Mine is supposed to be able to take out a target at 800 Meters, but realistically with the kind of ballistics of 5.56 and the fact we normally engage targets in a close quarters enviroment, I think the ACOG is good enough. Plus it has that tritium strip which allows the rectile tip to glow.
But as of right now I am a Grenadier, and at times a FN MAG/M240B gunner. And yes, the FN Mag is a bitch and a half to haul around.
All Services Represented at the 4th of July Re Enlistment Ceremony... Where 1200 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, National Guardsmen and Marines took the oath
And this all took place at Al Faw Palace, a mini palace that Saddam Hussein had built after the first Gulf War to commemorate the fight between Iraq and Iran control of the Al Faw Province.
This one is really me, not Mark Bosnich.
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Oooh, do your eyes glow too?
yours truly, hard at work at ye olde jobe
dont take it personally, but i'm more interested in what's behind you than in you.
HAH, they're all audio patches, next to them are video patches and all manner of cableing (XLRs, VGAs, DVIs etc...) and theres the logo for the canadian space agency too
Will you blow up the moon for me?