sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

I Need One

There is a difference between a need and a want. I understand that.


So long as there are ammo bearers behind me to carry my reloads, I'll be fine. LSP - please have the supply officer order some for the Dallas Light Cavalry (Irregular) Volunteers to use in dismounted drill. I think that the two cadets there at the compound need training in this weapons system as well. 

In Texas there is a tradition: One riot, one Ranger. This weapon system gives teeth to the boast. 

It's time to host another Draw Mohammed Contest in the Lone Star State.


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13 comments:

  1. Yep, you'd need at LEAST two ammo monkeys, plus somebody stuffing a LOT of links in the background.

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  2. Not just "YEAH!", but "HELL YEAH!!".....

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    1. It makes me want to say, "Let's get this party started!"

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  3. You need a couple to cover pinch points in your upcoming mountain compound.

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    1. The mountain compound is quickly becoming a reality. I was going over plans for the fire suppression system today. (different sort of fire)

      I'd end up chopping down all of the trees if I was wielding that bad boy.

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  4. Want. That's awesome. That would be great strapped to my car.

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    1. You would get too much attention, Sabrina. Better to have it EMERGE from a hidden compartment.

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  5. Yep, I can see me carrying that into the local Waffle House. You can carry it like a chain saw.

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    1. It works like a chain saw with a bit more reach. You'd be welcomed into the Waffle House and might even score a free waffle if you had one of these.

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    1. I was thinking that we should have several. Simply having the squad gunner carrying one would make the position in the ranks far more sought after....even if I did make them sleep in a tent in the compound while on campaign in Arizona.

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  7. People look at me strangely when I put down "microgun parties" as my hobby. Yet, it is such a satisfying way to spend a few seconds.

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