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Micky Lynn and Amos

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Magpul Bloopers - Precision Rifle

me stealing your booty



Magpul Bloopers - Precision Rifle

me stealing your booty

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Shell-Shocked Soldier 1916

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Recruits from Charlie Company use teamwork to climb a 15-foot wall, Dec. 13, 2012, at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C.

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A British soldier of the 4th Operational Mentor Liaison Team (OMLT) provides security during a patrol in the Nawa district of Helmand province, Afghanistan.

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Winchester 1895

A very rare and sought after Winchester 1895 chambered in 7.62x54R. These were made and sold to the Russians who were in need of more firearms at the time. Not too many examples back here in the U.S are in original condition; many were modified and cut down to be used as hunting rifles. This particular example has the rare and correct bayonet, albeit minus the sheath. (GRH)

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Raccoon dogs look very similar to raccoons but have no genetic similarities between them. They belong to belong to the Canidae family, which are known to have distinct dog and wolf like characteristics and appearance. These animals are both carnivorous and omnivorous mammals.

They are monogamous and will mate for life. It is only if the mate dies or is killed, will the other search for a new mate. Two mates will hibernate in one den. During this period they will maintain close body contact to keep each other warm and will groom each other as well. This is a trait not practiced by canines, as dogs neither hibernate and nor are they monogamous in nature.

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EDC Belt & Boots by Dave_M

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