…and other items liberals don’t have a clue about:
In case you don’t know the difference:
Ha ha ha!
Pardon, but isn’t that a 20 round high magazine clip?
The shoulder strap ring. Damn.
For the record, the venerable M-203 grenade launcher is attached via the hand-guard attachment points, not the bayonet lug. What a bunch of ultra maroons.
“The shoulder strap ring.”
Yeah, economy of space, i.e. ‘sling point’.
Just in case any liberals happen by and are curious what he’s talking about:
Even wikipedia laughs at you.
“…but can add an intimidating presence…” If you have an AR-15 pointed at you and the knife freaks you out, you need to get your head checked.
That’s like saying that putting a cowboy hat on Chuck Norris adds an intimidating presence.
Have any of us ever used that knifie thing for anything but to open rations? Back in my day rations came in cans, (“I’ll trade you 2 beef stews for your pound cake”). good old days
They had half-packs of cigarettes, too. Now, they come in plastic pouches. The bayonet is an intimidating tool in trench warfare, or hand to hand scenarios, but it just gets in the way when you’re kicking in doors in a MOUT situation where you’re working in close-quarters.
In close-quarters, I want the shortest implement possible (M4/MP5/etc).
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