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    Great pics!! It will help me a lot!!!
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    More Training in Tan n Green '06.
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    AH, Allan, ya beat me to it. Nice photos all the way, you can get a good glimpse at variations of vests/load-out.

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    more Force guy's, I'll post more in a while


    the first few are of FR rotecting the POTUS in Mongolia
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    Anyone know why some of the M4 assault rifles have straight clips instead of the curved banana-type clips? I had heard rumour that some special ops units were testing an M4 variant chambered for 7.62mm; could that be this weapon?

    Or, if it's chambered for 5.56mm, why use a straight clip instead of a curved one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinXXer
    Anyone know why some of the M4 assault rifles have straight clips instead of the curved banana-type clips? I had heard rumour that some special ops units were testing an M4 variant chambered for 7.62mm; could that be this weapon?

    Or, if it's chambered for 5.56mm, why use a straight clip instead of a curved one?
    The barrels are painted blue too...they're probably using simunitions in those pictures. Dunno why they would use the old 20-rounders though.

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    If you are talking about the pictures in post #101, those are Simunition magazines.

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    Indeed I am, thanks Jorg.

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    More FR pix..
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    More force recon pics





    I wanted a fine blade for a while now because I've shot a couple people and I can't wait to stab one.-TIMMY

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    I wanted a fine blade for a while now because I've shot a couple people and I can't wait to stab one.-TIMMY

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    What kind of shooting training is that anyway? Transition from Primary to Secondary? Because i doubt its really difficult to hit from the distance
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    Mspf

    Some ideas for your new TS CQB set:
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    Or... slap the CIRAS on a flightsuit / desert camo:

    Does anyone know the function of the big green bag on the kneeing shooter ?
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    It is a dump bag to put empty mags in or anything else that may come up, both ts and ace made these and are called csm tactical dump bags.
    I wanted a fine blade for a while now because I've shot a couple people and I can't wait to stab one.-TIMMY

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    looks like a laudry bag, awful big for a CSM dumper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Palaboon
    looks like a laudry bag, awful big for a CSM dumper
    What I meant is that he could get 1/6 dump bags not that the 1/1 is csm.
    I wanted a fine blade for a while now because I've shot a couple people and I can't wait to stab one.-TIMMY

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    bubble





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    What's the deal with FR guys and other Marines wearing desert boots with woodland MARPAT? I'm just curious.

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    I believe desert boots are the issue boot for wear with all uniforms now. Even Army is allowed to wear desert boots with woodland since it's issue with ACUs now.

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    Recon guys in Desert Digital.
    Pic from usmc.mil

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    Staff Sgt. John Pado, team leader of Team ‘Chuck Norris’, 2nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Platoon, 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward), searches a hole for improvised explosive devices while counteracting IEDs in Al Anbar Province. Currently, these Marines spend six months away from their family every year but they feel their job makes a difference. “I joined EOD to better myself,” said Pado, 27, native of Toledo, Ohio. “In this (occupation) you have the skill to minimize a threat to save Marines.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by wimpie
    It is a dump bag to put empty mags in or anything else that may come up, both ts and ace made these and are called csm tactical dump bags.
    What's the tactical advantage to a dump?
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    ummm so a person doesn't waste mags, cause umm they are reusable. its not tactical its common sense.
    Sometime life hands you a bowl of lemons it's your choice to make lemonade or suck on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tung
    ummm so a person doesn't waste mags, cause umm they are reusable. its not tactical its common sense.
    Read my post again carefully...
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    hahahaha thats what i get for reading too quickly, so whats so tactical about being a smart ass? ;-)
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    so many ideas for a bash, i don't even know where to start thansk for pics fellas

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    I got a few I can throw into the mix.











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    Quote Originally Posted by Palaboon
    What kind of shooting training is that anyway? Transition from Primary to Secondary? Because i doubt its really difficult to hit from the distance
    Its Close quarters marksmanship or what ever the USMC might call it, yeah you probably wont miss but its good training,if it was video it would probably show them walking foward and shooting, turning left and shoot, turn right 90 degrees and shoot. Its for MOUT, helps you to just react faster, you do it so much in training, you dont have to think on what to do when you clear rooms in combat, you just do it without thinking about it.
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