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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Laidlericon View Post
    I've seen them roasted over the fire to scorch/burn them out..... nails pushed down, short lengths of the cleaning rode stuck down from the opposite way.
    And THEN you get it delivered to you...
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    Didn't use Yokes for obvious reasons on webbing in the Oolloo on 44 Pattern!
    'Tonight my men and I have been through hell and back again, but the look on your faces when we let you out of the hall - we'd do it all again tomorrow.' Major Chris Keeble's words to Goose Green villagers on 29th May 1982 - 2 PARA

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    If you end up with an SMG pullthrough that has had an SLR weight put on the end of it you at first take it for the real thing. Until you draw the flannelette into the gas cylinder and then find the free end is too short to draw it back out again.

    Don't ask how I know this.

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    Oh, yes..... and the water bottle on thge special (?) SAS webbing is a bog standard '44 pattern too.


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