Anonymous:
y u no postz :'(

Yeah, sorry about that. I’ve just moved to a new apartment and had to send most of my shit with the mail. Since I moved to the other side of the country It’ll take a few days until i get it too. And then i have to install internet and all that shite. It may take a few more days until i can start posting again :’(

Special Operations team members firing their service pistols during a timed critical task event July 25, 2014, at Fort Tolemaida, Colombia.

Competitors from 17 nations are tested on their tactical rifle and pistol shooting abilities in a one-minute time window.

, #Fuerzas Comando #gunblr #Special Forces

Individual Training Course students with Marine Special Operations School at Stone Bay, Marine Corps Base Camps Lejeune, N.C, participate in the field training exercise Raider Spirit, an eight-day culminating event for the first phase of ITC training, where students run light infantry scenarios as a field team. Throughout the exercise, student teams face many challenges as a result of an operationally restrictive scenario and numerous long distance foot movements with little sleep. May 5, 2014.

, #MARSOC #USMC #US Marines #US Military #Special Forces #gunblr
Official promotional poster for the United States Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command posted on their official Facebook page, and interestingly enough, the guy in the picture is wielding an H&K G3 battle rifle. When asked about the rifle, they responded with;
Interesting comments. The men in the arena remain steadfast in their training and developing tradecraft regardless of weapons system…
It could be foreign weapons training, or maybe the guys over there just prefer a little more stopping power than the 5.56mm provides.
Nevertheless, It’s an interesting picture.

Official promotional poster for the United States Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command posted on their official Facebook page, and interestingly enough, the guy in the picture is wielding an H&K G3 battle rifle. When asked about the rifle, they responded with;

Interesting comments. The men in the arena remain steadfast in their training and developing tradecraft regardless of weapons system…

It could be foreign weapons training, or maybe the guys over there just prefer a little more stopping power than the 5.56mm provides.

Nevertheless, It’s an interesting picture.

, #MARSOC #Special Forces #US Military #USMC #US Marines #gunblr #HK G3
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