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    Fjruplle is dead right. The best one of all was the M203. Never saw one fail, never went wrong that wasn't a simple fix. The phrase '.....if it ain't broke, don't fix it....' was invented for the M203 for sure...........

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    Bit more of a weapons break down carried by our SAS whilst on operations in VN with a heavily mod'ed SLR second from top no doubt they could personalise their weapons platform to personal preference as why traipse around a jungle with a 3 foot pole when you can have a 2 foot pole doing the same thing.
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