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our pub quiz and won a tenner...go team!! fuck yes hillbillies!
good for you. You clearly should have consulted that thread though: shit name.
Looks like the army didn't have faulty intelligence this time round.
what was it? Please say it was chris_is_cwizzy
'quiz eubank..yeah fuck you'
as our name
That's the funny part!
weapon assembly. Bet you're a bit superfluous. :)
to songs and you had to guess their artist and title...same with tv programmesjust guessing the show.
assembling an L85 though, is it?
just off rugby
do you know the area?
it's noce over here, it's ashame about the chavs and pondlife etc.
which is in-fact where Rugby is (my most local town) which is no better.
in Hythe ranges, i don't think we can use automatic on school site.
it just looks like I will have to do firearms training at some point to get the job I'm after.
I am not especially pleased about it as I don't really like guns.
I didn't use that one ever, I got stuck with a Lee-Enfield No. 8
no the L98A1 is not the .22 version, you are thinking of when you use the heckle and cock conversion kit that allows you to use .22 on an indoor range....the only differene this weapon has is that it is a cocking mechanism after every shot....but other wise it's a 5.56 weapon with same magazine etc.
so that's all the cadets ever used. And the No.8's we had were less that brilliantly looked after, still I found my one and got used to it.
the competition version is a lot harder....only one pressure on the trigger, very very hard to get an exact shot...i scored 91 last year using one of them....hence why i shoot for Kent..we have an outdoor range and use the L98A1 and the target rifle, now the target rifle is a 7.76 single shot, no magazine job, and it is absolutely beast i love it...the recoil on a L98A1 is 4 joules and on this it is 7....the eye relief is a lot less as it has a special twisty lense sight, so unlike the GP which is 25mm it's more like 10mm which is a lot more manageable.
I doubt it'll be sport shooting though, so single shots will be out.
what are you going to be training for?