Thread: Dual wielding M249s
9/12/2006 3:28pm, #21Originally Posted by WhiteShark
9/12/2006 4:19pm, #22
Yeah, it's been a while, had to check. The gun itself is only 72 pounds, but the containers are the big mofo, 64lbs each. I think I was thinking of the .50 cal with everything on it and a box of ammo as 168.
****, I'm getting rusty.
9/12/2006 4:19pm, #23Originally Posted by WhiteShark
9/12/2006 6:46pm, #24Originally Posted by VikingPower
9/12/2006 6:52pm, #25
Bean Burritos taste like plastic-covered turds. Beef & Mushrooms is awesome.
9/12/2006 9:24pm, #26
I think we got a bronzed 60 in a trophy case at work. The kids in the gun teams carry the mk48 now.
And bean burrito? What about ham slice? I wouldnt even feed that **** to a fuckin dog."We spoke to them in the only language they understood: the machine gun"
9/12/2006 10:02pm, #27
I'd rather choke down Ham Slice than Bean Burrito. Granted though, I actually liked the "Four Fingers of Death."
9/12/2006 10:05pm, #28Originally Posted by VikingPower"We spoke to them in the only language they understood: the machine gun"
9/12/2006 10:12pm, #29
I bet you still eat them though, right? :D
I gotta say, maybe it was being hungry or just none other to compare to at the time, but the peanut butter in MREs was always damn good. Not too many commerical brands can compare.
9/12/2006 10:15pm, #30
Since you guys are talking MRE's, i'd like to ask you an army cuisine question.
Just got through a piece of pulp fiction, main character in the book raved about army coffee.
Is it actually good? or was that part of the book fictionalized too?