Fit birds in uniform

What is it with these idf bints an not closing the dust cover ,and what is wrong with me that that is what I notice and not the fit bird....age I feking hope not
They can't close the dust cover due to the chamber safety plug.
 
What is it with these idf bints an not closing the dust cover ,and what is wrong with me that that is what I notice and not the fit bird....age I feking hope not
The dust cover on AR type rifles is like the carrying handles on the SLR and early models of the Galil.
 
WTF is that lid?

It is distracting me from the glasses she is wearing that makes her look like a librarian in a porn movie.
It's the new-ish beret of the IDF border defence battalions (among which can be found the mixed gender infantry units)
 
Do you think my missus would be suspicious if I booked our holidays in Israel this year .....with accommodation in a garrison town?
Depends. Has she seen this thread?
 
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The dust cover on AR type rifles is like the carrying handles on the SLR and early models of the Galil.
Ooooh you mentioned that rifle, expect an interview without coffee and bikkies shortly.
I doubt any punishments, but a show parade for some of those lovelies would seem a suitable punishment. Maybe, PT Kit to start with.
 
Wouldn't mind being stuck in a confined space with this one:
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One for Loofkar.
Does Israel have garrison towns,as such? And an equivalent of the squaddie pub?
Most IDF bases tend to be away from towns and IDF troops seldom have garrison life since they are always either training (in the training grounds away from the cities) / on operations / on home leave. In Israeli culture alcohol takes a back seat compared to food so the equivalent of inns or pubs here would be something like a roadside cafe/coffee shop. Such places, depending on their location in relation to IDF bases, often have a high percentage of military customers and stock all kinds of useful products for squaddies. Certain towns and cities are like transport hubs for squaddies travelling to and from the outlying areas so you see a lot of military, even though they aren't garrisoned there.
 
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Most IDF bases tend to be away from towns and IDF troops seldom have garrison life since they are always either training (in the training grounds away from the cities / on operations / on home leave. In Israeli culture alcohol takes a back seat compared to food so the equivalent of inns or pubs here would be something like a roadside cafe/coffee shop. Such places, depending on their location in relation to IDF bases, often have a high percentage of military customers and stock all kinds of useful products for squaddies. Certain towns and cities are like transport hubs for squaddies travelling to and from the outlying areas so you see a lot of military, even though they aren't garrisoned there.
I ask as I have always found the IDF really interesting. I've found squaddies to be much the same,with a couple of exceptions,whichever country they are from. Having a swift half with an Israeli soldier,I think would be interesting.
 
I ask as I have always found the IDF really interesting. I've found squaddies to be much the same,with a couple of exceptions,whichever country they are from. Having a swift half with an Israeli soldier,I think would be interesting.
The equivalent here would be a chinwag over a brew-up of Arabic coffee.
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