Counter-terrorists winnings. She appears pleased to be rescued. I do believe she's got a crush I do believe I've got a crush I thought I happened to be taking a look at a posr from /r/GirlsMirin ...
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- Counter-terrorists win.
- She looks pleased to be rescued.
- I think she's got a crush
- I think I've got a crush
- I thought I was looking at a posr from /r/GirlsMirin for a second...
- Any info on any of the kit they're wearing?
- What rifle is that? Other than being carbine AR15 style. The yellow is just paint on functional rifles?
- It's an LMT assault rifle, most likely the CQB 10.5 SBR with custom rifle butt and an EOTech sight. A lot of police units in the UK are using this rifle, or variations, and I believe they were ordered by the Ministry of Defence as a bulk buy, so similar rifles are likely in service with UKSF. The yellow paint is either for identification, visibility or training purposes. They're police so I doubt they're trying to remain hidden or concealed.
- I believe yellow is used to identify training rifles. Not live fire
- Nice info. I get that they are police, but many SWAT units are wearing dark balaclavas or buffs to conceal their faces which is odd. So are these guys.
- Firearms teams that deal with dangerous and organised people (such as terrorists, drug gangs, human traffickers) are likely to be targetted just as detectives would be. There's also a possibility these are made of Nomex ,as their uniforms are likely to be, a fire retardant material that will protect them from fires. Read more comments