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F/A-18 getting ready to be shot

I was taken by it a while to warm up to it but now I think I’m content with it. I think its appearance improved when they changed the circular intakes to the larger...

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When you empty out an AMX 10 RC [1199x792]

I could probably identify everything laid out if you had some higher resolution photos. French tank BII appears surprisingly similar to United States tank BII. Leclerc we wonder why the AMX 30 picture looks...

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I say potato, you say potato..

That’s clearly a tiger Tigercat approves god damn that is a twin that is saxy The Tiger was the Panzer VI. Still counts we wasnt calling down the employment of Panzer haha, … This...

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IAF CH-53

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ISIS Shopping Cart [1023x575]

Oh my god. Now THATS a hobby I’d watch. Not for very long. Blanks? Its as you hate enjoyable. Uh, you would think my idea would induce more firing of a 50cal? … This...

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M1A2 SEPv3 on the move.

With Rheinmetall presenting smoothbore that is 130mm Eurosatory next month I really hope those weight simulators are not for the new armor package only. The Abrams turret cannot even longer support a … This...

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Member of the Canadian Rangers training with a Lee Enfield rifle. The WWII era guns are still used by the Arctic army unit because of their cold-weather reliability, and capability of bringing down a polar bear. They're finally being replaced though, as spare parts are becoming scarce. [4320x3240]

The firearms aren’t being replaced with semi-autos but with modern bolt action rifles. http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/meet-the-canadian-rangers-new-sako-rifle-built-to-defend-against-large-carnivores-extreme-temperatures … This image with the title of “Member of the Canadian Rangers training with a Lee Enfield rifle. The WWII...



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