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    flag Open for discussion

    The theme is All things Olive Drab.
    Discussion of anything OD green. Posting of pictures is encouraged!!!

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    Re: Open for discussion

    Sir, Yes Sir !!

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    Re: Open for discussion

    The "M14BR" t-shirt is one I would buy in a heartbeat.
    The only Woodstock I saw in 1969 was on my M14

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    Re: Open for discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by polish29 View Post
    The "M14BR" t-shirt is one I would buy in a heartbeat.
    I second that

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    Re: Open for discussion

    I Third that.

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    Re: Open for discussion

    FIRST LES PAUL (1).jpg

    Olive Drab / tobacco burst
    Remember our fallen...


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    The color Olive Drab would be easy to get use to !


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    Re: Open for discussion

    Some relics I used to own. A 1985 M1009 CUCV with an M101A2 3/4 ton trailer. In the left background is a 1966 M416 1/4 ton trailer.

    The M1009 and M101A2 are woodland camo. But at least the M101A2 trailer has a shiny new OD green cargo cover.

    “After all is said and done, successful rifle shooting on the range is nothing more than first finding a rifle and lot of ammunition which will do precisely the same thing shot after shot, and then developing the same skill in the rifleman.” ~ Capt. E. C. Crossman (The Book of the Springfield)

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    I'd love to get ahold of one of those old M1009s.

    Of course, first thing I'd do is 'upgrade' it from that goofy 24v system to common 12v. Those things had many problems in the military that arose due to the poorly-executed hasty 24v conversion.

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