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Iraq pictures

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by wingnutx, Dec 31, 2005.

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  1. wingnutx

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    All image links are broken.
     
  3. wingnutx

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    how about now?
     
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    Nice shots! What speed was the helicopter doing in that movie? Looked fairly fast for cruising speed.

    (Oh - and my cats like your kitty! :D )
     
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    I was in the back seat, so all I know is that it was really fast :D

    That was a FUN ride.
     
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    Great shots. That indoor shoot house would have most LEOs drooling. BTW, the first picture of Mushkela would win the hearts of many Japanese. Mushkela's paw is raised, as if it was beckoning the viewer. That's the "lucky" cat the Japanese have and you see it in the entrance to all their stores. It caught on in much of Asia including Hong Kong and the Chinese over here in the US.

    Thank you for sharing your pics and for serving in the sandbox. Hat's off to you.
     
  7. Bob F.

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    Thanks for your service and the pics (wasn't able to get the vid, dangit!)

    Stay safe.
    Bob
     
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    Thanks for the pictures!
    Thanks for your service!
    Best of luck in the coming year!
     
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    Really thanks for sharing with us.And for serving of course!One pic is worth a thousand words(maybe more)!
     
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    Excellent Pics! Thanks.
     
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    Great pictures. Have a great New Year.

    Jubei
     
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    Thanks for your service and the pics, nice shots!
     
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    btw, The shoothouse was designed by Range Systems, who also manufactures the special rubber bricks.
     
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    welcome home, brother

    and thank you for your service
     
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    Here's that NYT picture of ICTF giving the shoothouse a workout:

    iraqi.slide.1.jpg

    The sliding door you can see up top allows you to change the floorplan around. It's pretty slick.
     
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