Discussion in 'The Lamp and Sandbag II - The Tall Story Strikes B' started by driverRE, Mar 3, 2010.
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I don't know what they teach them these days
WTF was he staring at it for? Did he think it was going to re-throw itself.
Was posted a couple of weeks ago, still amusing though.
Good idea to have a trench with a tree in front for cover!
Argentine infantry training (next stop MALVINAS!!!)
Lucky it wasn't one of these
It was lucky but the youtube clip would have been even funnier
Coconuts, you cut them in half and you can pretend you are riding a horse.
Just don't mention the swallows.
Looks like a Mills No36 Mk1
Chooo wooo sorry got to go the 11 40 from Glasgow is due to pass in a minute
They make a F***ing big bang though. As I was taking the Photo the Shrapnel was going past my head, not one of my best ideas
I deny the wah, you wanted me to say "It's a hand grenade".
And I'm not a spotter, my wife really appreciates my collection of WW1 brass mills bomb base plates.
On my first trip to the grenade range back in 1976 I was waiting for my turn to throw, with two of Royal Ordnance's finest primed and clutched in my sweaty mitts. From the next bay we could hear the instructor's voice...
"Prepare to throw....throw!
"FOR GOD'S SAKE THROW THE F*CKING THING!"
It could have been an African Swallow....
Pretty much the same question, but not a wah this time.
What does the yellow band signify?
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