GUN Recieved part of my order from CMP today...

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  1. Laser Red

    Laser Red Slightly above average member

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    hmm, whats this?
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    whats that say?
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    ok, whats inside though??
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    easy carrying to the range
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    and the money shot..oh yeah
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    someone told me the little cardboard sleeves are worth something...any truth to this?


    Now all I need is the fuckin gun to shoot this 30yr old ammo. Hurry up motherfuckers and send me my shit!!
     
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    i bet UPS loves you
     
  3. Laser Red

    Laser Red Slightly above average member

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    it says 70lbs on the label, but it definately weighs north of 80.
     
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    very cool. I got some surplus stuff for the mosin. Its cool to get in the cans, but yours opened a bit easier.
     
  5. striker754

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    No way that weighs 70 lbs. Gotta be a ton more. I bet thats a heavy fucker.
     
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    damn its like serving a high class meal and bringing them out one at a time. salad(CMP), soup(UPS), bread(ammo), dinner(garand), then bam!!! desert (range).
     
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    The cardboard inserts aren't worth jack, unless you find someone who really really wants them.

    We use them to start fires.
     
  8. Bigsnake

    Bigsnake OT Supporter

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    I've seen guy's say the save teh cardboard inserts to reuse later when the reload their clips.
     
  9. TL1000RSquid

    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    I always thought the sleeves were useless I've thrown a bunch out in both 30-06, and ones in the 5.56 bandoliers.
     
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    It makes loading a bandoleer a little easier.
     
  11. Bigsnake

    Bigsnake OT Supporter

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    The make them stack nicely in a ammo can as well.

    Sure if you're using soft point ammo it would help protect the tips.
     
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    That's the exact same stuff that I have and was asking how to open in that other thread :rofl:.

    My UPS man hates me.
     
  13. Keesh

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    Both the Fedex guy and the UPS guy hates me. I live 7 miles out of town and am never home so sometimes they come out three days in a row for nothing :o
     

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