I used to work across the street from them and looked out to see them from my office. i took some pics once and you right, tough to tell how large they are until you see a truck or something in front of them to give them scale.
Going way out on a limb here but you cannot sell the handguns, presuming you have any, to a Mass resident and use an EFA10 as this would be a federal issue. Otherwise, follow the state laws where you reside and you are good to go
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I mean laying on the ground would be a sign of submission to the alpha. Deploying the bipod and putting in work...
in basic, the haircut was $3.25. Short or long? The “briefing” was get it short. If you get it long you will go to the back of the line and do push-ups until you are called for recut. This is where I learned there is always that one guy. He was strong by the end of basic.
Slight variation was “move out smartly and draw fire.”
10% rule, you gotta be 10% smarter than equipment you work with. In your case its a f***ing fork.
get you ass over here wedge. You know why I call you wedge?….because it is the simplest of all tools.