Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TL1000RSquid, Jan 7, 2007.
WOW, I cant say I have seen someone have THAT much trouble with an M16 before. Then an ND right in front of them both to boot?
I find it comical how many times they had to rack the charging handle
They're probably national guard retards. I bet those weapons have never been cleaned properly, and their ammo is coated in sand.
The guy standing up looked down like
That's kind of scary.
Those two concepts aren't always related. SOME of us from the Guard knew what we were doing with our weapons. Looks to me like some rear-echelon type unit whose members touch their weapons once a year, and then only to "qualify" on the 25m range because of training budget constraints. The type who only joined up for the college money, and found themselves somewhere hot, sandy, and unfriendly... like Bahrain or Kuwait.
So, yeah, likely Guard, likely retards. Not all of us are that absurdly bad with a rifle, though.
You're nice. I would have broken down the rifle, buried the bolt, firing pin, extractor and then the upper and lower, then made them pray over the grave. Then make 'em dig it up and clean it to my satisfaction.
I was wondering when the woman filming says that's my weapon malfunctioning to which gun was she referring.
fuck, thats terrible.
Wow.. I guess this explains why there are so many US casualties.
please go end yourself, that is all.
If a soldier is that negligent that I can't imagine how they may be in a combat situation. It really shows their intelligence level.
Yeah, done it several times. Weapons are serialized, if they lose the firing pin, it's he said/ she said. Who would you believe, the fine upstanding Sergeant of Marines, or the dumbass who lost his firing pin. Usually, I keep that in my pocket anyway, and just let them think they lost it, prolongs the process, you know.
What's really amusing is when you can "vanish" a machine gun from another platoon, and let them freak out for an afternoon trying to find their missing '60.
Yes, I just dated myself, didn't I?
The good tricks never die.