The M2 flame thrower

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Re: The M2 flame thrower

Post by JustinR » Thu May 19, 2016 12:40 am

Well...they ARE flaming.

Ass-op still needs to go sit in the corner and think about what he's done after posting that. Where did I put that mind napalm...
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Re: The M2 flame thrower

Post by Netpackrat » Thu May 19, 2016 1:48 am

Jericho941 wrote:...why do you have that?
He's looking for a few good men.
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Re: The M2 flame thrower

Post by HTRN » Thu May 19, 2016 7:24 am

Fun fact: flame throwers are completely unregulated, AF least on a federal level.
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Re: The M2 flame thrower

Post by Cybrludite » Thu May 19, 2016 8:28 am

Ass-op wrote:
Cybrludite wrote:
Ass-op wrote:It's criminal that a bunch of non-combat jackasses and multi-star pussies have relegated hella-effective weapons like Claymores, Bouncing Betties, Toe Poppers, and M2 flamethrowers to the scrap heap, but that combat troops have to wear reflective belts to go jogging. I'm surprised they haven't added a module to the M-4 that lets anyone forward of the muzzle know that a loud device is about to employed, and to please cover their ears, just before firing ignition, and make BUD/S trainees wear arm floaties before pool training. If anyone is still active, do they still do (sanitized for your protection) jody calls when running, or do TPTB just hold a formation group hug afterwards, and award participation trophies? Buncha fucking pussies...
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Re: The M2 flame thrower

Post by Aesop » Thu May 19, 2016 11:02 am

Jericho941 wrote:...why do you have that?
Rethink your premise: the internet has that.
It's a wonder it isn't next year's Army recruiting poster.
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Re: The US Army adopts the Charlie G

Post by toad » Thu May 19, 2016 1:00 pm

Just read that the regular Army is adopting the Charles Gustave 84 mm recoilless rifle. There are a very broad selection of rounds for it. I wonder if they have a white phosphorous round :?:

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Re: The M2 flame thrower

Post by SoupOrMan » Fri May 20, 2016 6:15 am

Ass-op wrote:Sorry, but things have gone a few astronomical units beyond simple "Old Cords, New Corps" bullshit:
This was pretty much the way an old Stargate campaign went... a bunch of Army officers making out, while my PJ and a Navy Seabee (the only two enlisted men, played by the only two veterans in the group) actually went and did important stuff dealing with alien threats to Earth.
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