Special heir service

#1
Not that I read the rag:
http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2004522676,00.html

By PAUL THOMPSON
Royal Correspondent

GUN-TOTING Prince William gets an action-packed lesson in survival - from the crack SAS regiment.
The future heir to the throne fired dozens of live rounds using an arsenal of deadly weapons as part of an intensive training day with the elite military unit.

And at one point he was bundled into a getaway car by armed minders as gunshots from a mock ambush exploded around him.

Evasive action ... guard bundles prince into
getaway car as SAS soldiers stage mock ambush

Wills, wearing protective body armour and goggles, was put through his paces at the Stirling Lines camp in Hereford.

He was taught how to use a deadly sub-machine gun and also blasted away with a pump-action shotgun as the Special Air Service put their full armoury at his disposal.

An ex-SAS soldier who saw the session said: "The Prince had a fantastic day and really enjoyed himself. But there was a serious side as he took part in the mock ambush and learned what to do."
 
#3
I hope he made a declaration before he left the range :wink: :wink:
 
#4
use a deadly sub-machine gun
Just wondering whether the Regiment use the not-so or none deadly SMG? :roll:
 
#5
Who the feck let him stick his Sig in his pocket? If anything happens to his crown jewels we'll be faced with the very real prospect of a future ginger monarch, and thats just wrong! :lol:
 
#6
dui-lai said:
Seems pretty standard for a Major Royal to learn about the Unit that may be called upon for his protection/rescue.
its not the first time hes been there either.
 
#7
Who the feck let him stick his Sig in his pocket? If anything happens to his crown jewels we'll be faced with the very real prospect of a future ginger monarch, and thats just wrong! :lol:
 
#8
Topper said:
Who the feck let him stick his Sig in his pocket? If anything happens to his crown jewels we'll be faced with the very real prospect of a future ginger monarch, and thats just wrong! :lol:
That's probably why they stuck the SIG in his pocket, ND. No chance of a gwa future king and the end of the alleged siring 'problem.' 8O
 

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