Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by Chillin, Aug 18, 2007.
Ah, nice pics. That second one looks very future forward. Similar to our (US) digital BDU's, but more breathable. You IDF guys have plenty of camo I see. Thanks for the info and take care of yourself.
Many times more.
I was wearing the US BDU's, man they are uncomfortable and hot. After a week we were dying to get out of them, and mind you that they are Desert BDU's.
We have some other great camo that I would love to show but I haven't seen any public photos of them so I will have to hold back on that.
But the best camo of them all is the actual world around you.
Nice pics Brute Force! Any new updates you'd like to share?
wow must be awesome to shoot with the sniper rifle
Ummm. Can I join the Nahal Brigade? These ladies need some PT.
Heheh @ M113... what a piece of rubbish that thing is. We still use it and we don't know why
Those Israeli chicks could probably kill you in the blink of an eye, blownapart
Actually the Israeli versions are nicely customized/upgraded, if you look back through my pictures you will see that the inside has been totally changed and the fuel tanks moved outside, which should take away the "Matchstick" nickname these vehicles had (rightly earned by the fact that the fuel tanks used to be inside the vehicle and 7.62mm or 12.7mm incinendary rounds would explode the tank inside the vehicle burning everyone up.)
Tack on the "Iron Fist" Active Protection System and you got yourself a excellent battle taxi. Remember that these vehicles are NOT supposed to enter active combat, just transport the troops to the battlefield in the least amount of time over any terrain.
And you guys will learn that in the middle east, the women are more deadly than the men
Wow, nice rifle (Galil) isnt it? Works very well no matter the conditions, heat or cold... Have you got it jammed many times?
I was wondering how the hell that looked so familiar to our RK95TP and RK62 and found this:
Well right now in my battalion we only use it for "OPFOR" type excercises (i.e. - a group playing the role of the enemy). So therefore we only use it with blanks. However as blanks are incredibly dirty rounds which all our M4s and M16s all jam up on, the Galil's just keep on firing. When taking them apart they are so dirty that I shiver at the thought that the residue be in my M4 (which gets dirty enough firing a few blanks).
However I would still stick to my M4A1 that has never jammed on me (other than firing blanks or bad magazines, no jams due to the gun itself).
Uh, all I can guess about the above vehicle is that it is some type of mobile checkpoint/observation tank? It has a raised observation point and anti-RPG cage plus up-armored skirts. That's my best guess. I don't see much in the way of antenna or long range optics so really I have no idea. Perhaps the optics are internal? Do tell...