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SSG Will Phillips
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I know these weapons on a deep level.
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Some fine weapons they are love am all not bad one in the group. I enjoy using some of the modern versions of these weapons particularly the M4
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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PFC (Join to see) - In the 366th SPS, Da Nang in 1968, only our K9 troops used the M4 like version of the M16 which was a little easier for them as the had a dog on a leash with the other hand. We had 45 dogs, all of them German Shepard breed.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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Same here SSgt Will Philips with the exception of the M14, which I've never fired or carried. I did carry the M16 or a daily basis and used it plenty. I have carried and fired the M1 Garand but only as a Cadet in a Military Academy with an Army program way before I had even entered the Armed Forces. Like the M16 I could assemble and reassemble the M1 in record time. I did remember the M1 and even in the service showed other how it operated and the in another uses the M1 is what I had first learned My manual of arms on. later in the service I had used both the M1 and M2 Carbines as well on a stateside base before going to Vietnam. (M1 carbine is semi auto only, M2 can fire full automatic)
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Thank you for the video, made me really miss working with the weapons I had in the vault at the Armory.
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SPC Douglas Bolton
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PFC (Join to see) Don't tread on us.
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Alan K.
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That's right Doug...!
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