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Old 05-29-2012, 09:01 PM   #81
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Multitasking is the key to success in this day and age



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Multitasking is the key to success in this day and age
And I have no doubt about the extreme success you have achieved. Well done young man!!


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Thank you. You are very good at keeping things clean and in unused condition.

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While you're worried about what you'll be doing after the fight others will be bringing the fight to the opposition in order to come out on top. In my experience looking past a fight usually has bad consequences.
Funny, IME, lopsided skill sets, and equipment and procedures

untested in the field has bad consequences, too.
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Funny, IME, lopsided skill sets, and equipment and procedures

untested in the field has bad consequences, too.
Lopsided skill sets? Who? You? My equipment gets testing regularly and I post on this. Yours?
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Yes Mike, I was referring directly, and specifically, to you.

Do you ever WAKE UP in mid-post?

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Yes Mike, I was referring directly, and specifically, to you.

Do you ever WAKE UP in mid-post?
I guess my words are lost on you. No surprise.

Are you refusing to answer my question? You want to talk a lot of crap and point fingers but never offer up your own experiences or background for critiquing.
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How fast can this kid run the 100?

How well can he deal with survival outdoors?

Can he feed and water himself on the run without

winding up with food poisoning or Montezuma's revenge?

How's his first aid? Emergency preparedness?

Can he field strip a G3, AR, AKM,SKS, and most bolt actions?

How is his CQB technique?

There's a lot more to special forces than mag changes...

...to which I must add, I certainly hope he actually

shoots with different mags than the ones he flings

across the floor.
Lol If you're magazines get damaged when you sling them across the floor, either you have some cheap @ss mags or you were simply needing new mags anyways. Lol think about it, most AK mags have been slung on the ground atleast twice and have been used in wars. Most are used, not brand new. He was using standard AK mags. Two words- "STEEL METAL".
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You want to know what my experience is Mike?

My experience is when I accidentally drop

something made of stamped metal two feet, it

distorts, and can never be made right again.


Yanno, you guys are the very same ones

who would BIRTH A COW on the spot,

if somebody fumbled and dropped your cast,

hi-tensile steel, machined firearm

EIGHT INCHES onto the counter, at a LGS.

Yet, suddenly, you think nothing

of taking a part of your weapon, and flipping it 4 to 10

feet away, onto the ground...

FAH, you're probably a wonderful guy, but I'd bet an

ISP check would show you're another username here.

You OBVIOUSLY have no experience WHATSOEVER

with stamped, light gauge, sheet metal steel, which

is what these mags are made of, if not plastic,

which would crack.

Hey, you guys want to whup on your magazines, and fling them

about, it's a free country, be my guest. I'm not going to copy

every internet commando who comes along and posts a "how-to"

video.

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You want to know what my experience is Mike?

My experience is when I accidentally drop

something made of stamped metal two feet, it

distorts, and can never be made right again.


*Snip* Mindless drivel
Normally,

I would avoid a conversation like this. But, I find it funny this person boasts about real world practical situations.

If you want to know what a real world practical situation is. I can have my buddy jump on these forums.

He was a specialist in the 3rd infantry.

He can describe the fact he has expert marskmenship with about 6 different gun types. (that I know of) Both pistols and full auto assault rifles. Ranging up to 800m.

He can describe to you what it's like to stare down the barrel of an 125mm cannon aimed directly at you.

He can describe to you what it's like being blown up by an IED and limping the rest of your life.

He can describe to you what it's like talking to a buddy only to see a hole in his head 5 seconds later.

He can describe to you the unusual circumstances that would or would not lead to your ultimate demise. For example picking up a picture of his gf that fell on the floor right before spray fire ricochets off the hatch of his bradley which would have killed him.

He can describe to you what it's like to have 17 confirmed kills and 2 T72 kills.

He can describe to you rather that Bronze star means jack to him after all that real world practical experience.

These are just things he was able to talk about. I couldn't even pretend to understand what he can't talk about.

People do this for fun, not survivability.

I do not pretend to be an expert by any means. But, I know a troll when I see one.

You want to be all you can be then join the military. But, I find it comical you are quick to judge others but offer little to no experience or expertise as a basis for a forumulated opinion most here have already dismissed as "Trolling."


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