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ammo, because it weighs 16 lbs, and the rifle weighs 9 lbs, and 4 spare mags weigh 2 lbs, and the scope and mount and bipod total 3 lbs, and you aint got a can for it, and the noise is going to get you killed.
 
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stupes wandering around at night are the ones that will get killed. Leaving trails a blind man can follow. Getting bit by snakes, ticks, spiders. Breaking legs in gopher holes. Falling over rotten logs. Getting lost in swamps. Falling over ledges. Yes it's stupes like that that will get killed and right quick.
 

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Maybe YOUR foot fits gopher holes, but

mine sure doesn't. There's SO much swamp in the lower 48 states. and I NEVER said you had to move in thick cover at night, stupe. We KNOW you are scared of the dark, so go crawl under your bed. The VC used "my" tactics for over 30 years, IN THE JUNGLE, too, dummy.
 

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Your right I will probably have 280rds with 7 mags and enough on stripper clips to reload the mags one time.

No scope and no bipod needed as a crutch on my rifle either.

If I fire all that ammo there will be plenty of schmucks around dead with whatever rifle the opposition is using and I can go to that if need be. ~>:)

Or go dig up some cached ammo.:cool:
 
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Re: Maybe YOUR foot fits gopher holes, but

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mine sure doesn't. There's SO much swamp in the lower 48 states. and I NEVER said you had to move in thick cover at night, stupe. We KNOW you are scared of the dark, so go crawl under your bed. The VC used "my" tactics for over 30 years, IN THE JUNGLE, too, dummy.
Stupe, you ain't VC, and this is not Vietnam (the same place you didn't go and the U.S. Army REJECTED sending a REMF like you there. No wonder with your loud mouth and bs.)

Stupe like you won't know where the thick cover is or how much there is cause you don't know how to read a map (or even carry one) nor a compass. Stupe like you will run in circles in panic. And your the same stupe that cannot even go for more than a 1/2 day hike and can't carry weight cause of your bad back. Your going to be crow bait, stupe.
 

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Maybe you just need a good PT program and adjust your eating habits to more nutricious meals. We are sorry you are such a week and pathetic individual gunkid.
 

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Why are you drawing the point on someone carrying 300 rounds of .308 when you only advocate carrying 80 to 100 rounds for yourself?

If some dude is humping 300 rounds of .308 ammo, you'd best watch out because he's operating from a base, he's probably traveling lighter than you are because most of his long term gear is at the base instead of on his back like your's is, he's probably better fed and better rested, he's probably been sick a lot less, and he probably has buddies with him with a similar carry load and similar good health, rest, and nutrition. At least some, or most, of them will have military and/or hunting experience.

All in all, they could be carrying 8mm Egyptian Hakim's or old 7mm FN49's and you'd still be at an extreme disadvantage moving into their turf.
 

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Against gunkids lack of marksmanship training, lack of skill and minimal knowledge, gunkids life expectancy will be measured in micro seconds.
 
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ammo, because it weighs 16 lbs, and the rifle weighs 9 lbs, and 4 spare mags weigh 2 lbs, and the scope and mount and bipod total 3 lbs, and you aint got a can for it, and the noise is going to get you killed.
you really don't know anything about modern rifles and suppressors.

 
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