1_v8_Merc wrote:Imagine if the Russias were fighting over in Iraq.
Everytime a soldier kills a taliban, they would be like "oh sweet, ammo!"
It would cost their military nothing in ammo! Or guns...
I like my AK, wouldn't trade it for the biggest fanciest assault rifle on the market.
It's just simple, and goes "waapowwiiieee" every time!
hehe, not to harp on the subject, but maybe those same soldiers would be scratching their heads wondering why there are 10 different types of ammo/brands of manufacturer in each magazine they captured;
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Using captured ammunition is only a good idea if your opponents actually have munition worth using
You wouldn't believe the kinds of myths about marksmanship that circulate in other countries.
It's like only a few nations in the world emphasize and understand the principles of true marksmanship
, even among their military.
It's absolutely crazy.
I could tell you stories I've heard from contract employee's who worked for a time in lebanon
, and it's some pretty hilarious stuff.