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Old 10-10-2012, 04:45 AM   #41
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and it needs a flamethrower ... we have been sorely lacking one for a while now. Nothing says Rapid Response Unit badazzness like a flamethrower!
Flamethrowers from the rear. Forward facing? Not so much effective in a chase, and kinda hard to see. I vote for a pop up Mk19.
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I don't think the thread ever got on course
thanks for being a good sport about it

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Flamethrowers from the rear. Forward facing? Not so much effective in a chase, and kinda hard to see. I vote for a pop up Mk19.
on a turret ... duh Besides, it's muc easier to construct a homebrew flamethrower and mount it to a modified a Smart car than an Mk19 .... oops, I've said too much
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If you weren't on a list before you definitely are now.

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If you weren't on a list before you definitely are now.
The list is very long and getting longer everyday.
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The list is very long and getting longer everyday.
I wonder how many lists I'm on...
I have all my digits, and my stock isn't here, so that's two I've probably missed..
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I wonder how many lists I'm on...
I have all my digits, and my stock isn't here, so that's two I've probably missed..
The DHS put out a memo saying veterans, constitutionalist, tea party members are considered potential terrorist so I meet all of DHS requirements already to make the list
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They also really don't like oath keepers. Anyone who takes their oath to defend the constitution seriously is a problem for them

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They also really don't like oath keepers. Anyone who takes their oath to defend the constitution seriously is a problem for them
I view the oath differently than some. IMO, I was released from my oath when I was released from the Marine Corps. I can't find a reason not to still honor it though...
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I view the oath differently than some. IMO, I was released from my oath when I was released from the Marine Corps. I can't find a reason not to still honor it though...
I view my oath as something I swore with no expiration date. Many who have taken it continue to honor it in some way the rest of their lives.
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I view my oath as something I swore with no expiration date. Many who have taken it continue to honor it in some way the rest of their lives.
I just always felt like mine was only binding while I was in service. But as you mention, I DO still honor it. Just for different reasons. Some honor it because they feel the way you do, and some honor it because it just feels right.
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