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Thread: War in Iraq in 48 hours




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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
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    i'll drink d0 that
    Damn I wish ppl could hold their liquor (what a waste). :cry:

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    Don't tell me you never reached the point at which your body decides that the beer should go back the way it came from:p
    "Make FPS, not war"

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    OK I won't then (but it's still a waste in my books). :p

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    I'm a soldier in the United States Army. You're damn right I agree with the actions being taken. I'm a soldier because I believe certain actions are sometimes necessary for our way of life to be upheld. That time is now, as the world can see. If I've got to pick up an M-16 to ensure YOU keep enjoying your Internet, job, fresh air, Freedom, then dammit I will. Remember, your way of life exists as such because somewhere, a soldier or person was willing to give everything to preserve it.
    I have a few things i would like to add:D Well to the guy who was a member of the US army good on ya us brits back you all the way. And as for picking up an M16 i'm much more familur with an SA80. I've been trained with this weapon and maybe soon i will join the North Lancashire regiment. You never know if we both get shipped to Iraq maybe we could meet up for a [
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    The very missiles Saddam Hussein fired at U.S. forces in Kuwait appear to have been the same weapons he either claimed not to possess or agreed to destroy.

    U.S., British and Kuwait military officials said Iraq fired at least three missiles Thursday though they differed on how many of them were Scuds, which have been banned by the United Nations

    The first salvos were both a telling sign of Iraq's hidden weapons and a frightening reminder that Saddam still has the capability to deliver chemical or biological warheads.

    I thought he didn't have any of these, Oh wait, thats right...he is a liar

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    Yep, that SA80 is one fine weapon.
    I could always spot the brits while training in Europe by the barrels.
    Nice!

    always been fond of the G3 myself
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    I like the G3...but I have always been partial to the FN-FAL

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    I wouldn't argue your choice:D
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Lovely weapons
    But lets not forget the nice meaty support weapons. Although i prefere the LA80 heres a nice pic of the US equivalent:D The M60:D :D :D
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    AG 90 - 12,7 mm.. ;)

    :cheers:

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