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Liberian Special Forces

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by ckp_hokie, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. ckp_hokie

    ckp_hokie

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    Liberian Special Forces
    My uncle sent me this, I believe its from ar15.com

    Flamboyant sideways-rifle "Glock Foh-Tay" running stance.
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    Amazing height and style on this one. Sure to impress the judges!
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    "Yo Yo Yo, Fo' Shizzle"
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    The "bring your buddy along" firing stance
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    Firing from the hip while putting on the best "Game Face" and bellowing like an Ox - note the camouflage pants!
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    The "Homeless street person" anti-aircraft firing position being executed with great precision!
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    Here we have a classic! The "prone Warrior " firing position - too bad the magazine spring has blown out from the bottom of his beautifully blue-duct-tape-taped jungle magazine setup.
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    Here we have Liberian militia demonstrating the "Soul Train" method of combat assault. "Red Pants" must be a Zouave.
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    The Nautical theme is ever popular, as seen by this militiaman wearing the stylish Kapok life jacket. Won't stop a bullet, but sure looks Boo-yaa!
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    This pair is executing the difficult "Phat Bammer Swagger" shooting stance.
    Note the deceptive use of pink clam diggers and the yellow radio - he must be the RTO?
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    The Phat "Batman Begins" RPG firing position is new but hot.
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    While this appears to be a well-rehearsed combat assault maneuver, this militiaman is actually trying to keep birds from crapping on his car. Note the feather duster in the left hand for effect.
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    This Militiaman executes the one handed high overhead blind shot. It is
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    And last but not least, these two are showing the proper way to fire a support weapon using the non-aiming duck-walk method, keeping at least five feet of linked ammo strung out from the weapon at any given time! Note the suitably awe-struck onlookers!
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  2. fastvfr

    fastvfr Ancient Tech

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    Good grief.

    Looks a lot like an "A-Team" war where no one ever gets hit except by ricochets and accident.

    Heck, maybe all the Wolf 7.62x39mm is being used up in Liberia?!? Talk about Spray & Pray!!!
     

  3. PaulTX

    PaulTX Millennium Member

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    I think one good rifleman could wipe them all out!
     
  4. Steve Koski

    Steve Koski Got Insurance? Millennium Member

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    OMG ! ! !

    I'm with PaulTX.
     
  5. pdxbubba

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    Looks more like a show for the cameras!

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    What's the guy shooting on the curb in the background?
     
  6. Mathurian

    Mathurian Joyous Reaper

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    I've seen this several times and I swear I never get tired of it;z ;z ;z
     
  7. irobinson

    irobinson Semper Absurda

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    Where is the Hurricane Katrina dude?