Syrian fighter with a remarkably wide grin for someone wielding a weapon manufactured before his father was born [610x531]


My dad went into service into the '80s, he ate meat that is argentinian in the early '50s, before he was even born. My uncle had a tin that is genuine of retrieved from Scott associated with Antarctic's ill-fated ...



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  • My father went into service in the '80s, he ate argentinian meat made in the early '50s, before he was even born.
  • My uncle had a genuine tin of food retrieved from Scott of the Antarctic's ill-fated expedition from 1912. He kept it on display proudly in his living room until it exploded one warm summer day, showering his guests in historic bully beef. He was devastated.
  • This guy wins. You can all go home now.
  • He ate 30 year old meat?!
  • The magic of preservation!
  • Dried meat with salt! Lots and lots of salt!
  • You mean salt with meat.
  • Yep, officially the winner. And here I thought I had it rough eating a few 1 year past best use by date MRE 🙂
  • My father were in army when he was 17 years old at 1972 and he said that they had to eat crispbread from WW2 supplies. Not that old what your father had to eat but old anyway.
  • I ate one of those last year! they taste pretty good if you cook them, it tastes a lot like bacon just grounded up and put in a can. The can was from 1950 and was just laying around or storage so we decided to bring one along for the exercise so we could taste something that was not freeze-dried soup. It was a pleasant surprise
  • I'm shooting 87' bulgarian 54r. I was born in 91.
  • That's not too bad. I use a swedish AK4 (modified G3), made somewhere between 1965-1970. But then again I'm not in the active army anymore, but the Home Guard.
  • Oh haha I meant 54r the ammo. The rifle I shoot it in is a 1942 SVT-40 😛
  • Ohh sorry man. I'm not that into military stuff (other than the gear I use) so I thought it was your weapon hehe. I should do some more reading before I comment
  • Wish we could get those SVTs in the States...
  • And I wish I could get an AK, so there.
  • Why don't you guys help each other out?
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