Dishonorable Discharge. .. i love how they both just freeze awkwardly, you can almost hear the rage and panic. funny lol joke nice WTF Awesome mfw cool
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #2 - dabronydude
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i love how they both just freeze awkwardly,
you can almost hear the rage and panic.
User avatar #199 to #2 - mutantunicorn
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if you can get close to the screen you can hear him, "u wot m8"
User avatar #7 to #2 - manollette
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If you think that's an awkward freeze, you've never met a Marine.

That's discipline, and the Silent Drill team's got about as much of it as you can pack in a single human being.
#73 to #7 - chinosquad
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you don't deserve the red thumbs, Semper Fi
you don't deserve the red thumbs, Semper Fi
User avatar #59 to #7 - theonionyrogue
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I have no idea why you're getting thumbed down.
User avatar #160 to #7 - keltainenlumi
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So they have to freeze if something goes wrong?
User avatar #188 to #160 - fasthink
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He's frozen with anger and dissapointment of how badly the other one ****** up. The other one is frozen with fear.
#5 - ashinydoornob
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Face of the guy who threw the rifle
Face of the guy who threw the rifle
User avatar #60 to #5 - mexirican
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this gif put me in a bad mood and i cant figure out why
User avatar #197 to #5 - tulioandmiguel
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Arin Hansen Handsome
#19 to #5 - yoursandwitch
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#120 to #5 - alekshm
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#135 to #120 - ashinydoornob
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Oh......My.......GOD   
   
This is GLORIOUS
Oh......My.......GOD

This is GLORIOUS
User avatar #35 - allgold
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R.I.P poor M-14
User avatar #64 to #35 - dtno
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Actually I believe that's a famas.
User avatar #217 to #64 - Mahazama
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>>US Marines

>>******* frenchie belgian rifle

>>**** no.

#37 to #35 - ragingnucleus
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That piece of ****** seen way worse in 'Nam
User avatar #36 to #35 - epicanadian
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that is a M1 garand.
User avatar #39 to #36 - jinxbomb
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no it's not it's an AK47, trust me I'm a journalist
User avatar #54 to #39 - lotengo
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i think its a gun
User avatar #191 to #54 - ianmcgunny
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It's clearly a rooty-tooty-point-and-shooty.
User avatar #206 to #191 - threeeighteen
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If you use the bayonet it's a rooty-tooty-stab-and-shooty.
#208 to #206 - ianmcgunny
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User avatar #148 to #39 - voltkills
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its clearly a glock.
User avatar #40 to #39 - epicanadian
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aw **** we better hide it from our kids, they might turn into psychopaths. Trust me i'm a scientist.
User avatar #214 to #40 - trivdiego
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imagine the horror if we stuck a copy of that new game graneff otto or something. the damage would be irreparable. trust me I'm a mom
#129 to #39 - headhunternl
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#6 - rockstarownage
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if anyone's ever seen the video, the guy picks up the rifle, broken in half and he's just holding it the whole time like oh holy ****.

but i can say for sure that's a crazy ass throw and i don't blame him for not catching it.
(i do the same kind of drill team, just obviously not as badassedly, and i couldn't imagine even being able to catch one of those throws let alone even throw one)
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#10 to #9 - rockstarownage
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of course, but i'm just saying, over 3 years of doing it so far and i've got some pretty crazy spins down, but that's just one throw i've yet to be able to do
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#12 to #11 - rockstarownage
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is there really the need for the sarcasm?
and yes, but it's not as easy as he makes it look
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#15 to #13 - rockstarownage
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yeah, but just because it's the internet doesn't mean you have to be sarcastic all the time, it's probably a difficult concept, but it's possible to be a decent person on the internet too
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User avatar #55 to #6 - fonakis
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Can you tell me why do US troops have these drills? Are they just for show/parades? I was in the FInnish Defence Forces for a year and our drills were nowhere near as flashy as this.
#61 to #55 - rockstarownage
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well it's basically for show, they do have basic drills and everything which is what every person needs to know, but when it comes to these, these are specialized drill teams that do this and only this. it sounds pointless, but people LOVE it.
this one in particular is the marine silent drill team, i've actually seen them in person and talked to them before and they said that they basically practice at least 5 days a week, sun up to sun down, and they tour the country doing these performances for things like marine graduations and other stuff

so in basic, it's for publicity
User avatar #124 to #61 - fonakis
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Okay, that clears it up. I have to say, that does look awesome!
User avatar #209 to #55 - crazyhindu
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Its pretty much like rockstar said the silent drill team is the best of the best but its to show off how disciplined these guys really are.
#144 to #6 - zrotten
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source Marines' Silent Drill with an Oops! ("Military Ceremony Fail" ORIGINAL)
#41 to #6 - keyoke
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As a former guardsman, kudos for seeing that the throw was bad
Good luck with the drilling
Also, 1903's are for pussies, the Garand is where it's at !
#62 to #41 - rockstarownage
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haha, i agree, the garands are pretty badass, much harder to spin with, my team spins with the 1903's and i personally love them, but some of the other schools we've competed against have the garands which i've tried to spin and it definately takes a lot of getting used to and as far as i could tell they're heavier
for myself as the armor though, i love the 1903's because they're so much easier to fix
#63 to #62 - keyoke
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I've not tried to spin the 1903's myself, but I tried the carabines the St. Petersburg guard uses. Its super light! No wonder they do doubles while walking!

If you ever need inspiration for your team, check out New Guard America, and HMKG on youtube!
#76 to #63 - rockstarownage
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i just watched the hmgk video, and i have to say, their timing is impeccable it's like spot on
#77 to #76 - keyoke
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Here's the clincher, they are all conscripts and have only trained for one year
#78 to #77 - rockstarownage
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i have to say, for only a year of training, that's impressive
#83 to #78 - keyoke
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It's ALL hard work and good officers
#86 to #83 - rockstarownage
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yeah, i'd definately imagine they train like crazy
#88 to #86 - keyoke
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0615 to 2000 for 4-5 months. Then tour the world. Totally ******* worth it, even though my knees are ******.
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#93 to #90 - keyoke
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Yeah, I was totally chubby before I joined. Lost 10 kgs in the first 3 months.
I think the most impressive thing is the consistency of performance. There is never a failed year, if you know what I mean.
#94 to #93 - rockstarownage
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true true, and when it comes to performances, even if something went wrong, it doesn't matter, peoples still love it
#65 to #63 - rockstarownage
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will do, but yeah, the 1903's are about 9.5 lbs, and i feel like the way they're balanced makes them a little bit easier to spin, because the stock is a tad bit heavier than the rest of the rifle so it gives more leverage, where as the whole m1 is balanced, and the m1 is definately a lot bulkier vs. the 1903
#66 to #65 - keyoke
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Also, the weight is awesome when slamming the buttplate in the ground
#68 to #66 - rockstarownage
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true, so i can definately see a benefit in both rifles, but i definately prefer the 1903's because that's what i've been spinning with for the last 3 years
#72 to #68 - keyoke
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Eh, the Norwegian army never had any 1903s anyway, M1's is what we got, so even if it was the worst rifle in the world, that would have been what was used.
#74 to #72 - rockstarownage
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haha, well as an exhibition rifle, no, but they do look much better to spin with than the 1903's, however, as a standalone actual battle rifle the m1 is pretty badass and was revolutionary for it's time being the only semi auto high caliber rifle of it's time. (at least i think so)
#79 to #74 - keyoke
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Loads of rifles were semi auto by WW2. G 43, Mosin Nagant, SVT-40 etc.
#81 to #79 - rockstarownage
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oh and btw, the mosin nagant's bolt action, not semi
#82 to #81 - keyoke
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Is it? Does it not have a magazine?
#84 to #82 - rockstarownage
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it does, but semi auto is when you can pull the trigger multiple times without having to manually operate an action, so working a bolt, it's bolt action, versus a garand where you pull the trigger for each shot without working an action
#85 to #84 - keyoke
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right
#87 to #85 - rockstarownage
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but yeah, the mosin doesn't have a detatchable mag either, but it does have the mag well that holds 5 rounds
#91 to #87 - rockstarownage
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ah, not sure, haha
#89 to #87 - keyoke
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Am I mixing it up with an other rifle? I think I might be.
#92 to #89 - keyoke
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Was totally thinking about the SKS
#225 to #92 - rockstarownage
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ah okay, that's understandable
#80 to #79 - rockstarownage
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ahh, i think it was the first for the allies side at least, i can't remember, i just recently watched a show about it the other night and he said something like it was the one of the first semi auto's or something, i can't quite remember
#3 - leojxxitenah
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Relevant?
Relevant?
User avatar #51 to #3 - millymaded
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is that a cosplay of Mey-rin?
#53 to #51 - tylosaurus
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Looks like it.
#8 to #3 - pxthreezerothree
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No, those faggot ass fake rifles weight like 2 pounds. M1903 Springfields weigh over eight and half pounds. Not to mention those things are real wood and metal, ******* have some impact when they hit you.
User avatar #52 to #8 - propanex
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That's a practice rifle, it weighs the same.
User avatar #14 to #8 - leojxxitenah
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Well Isn't that nice.
User avatar #165 to #8 - scotlandhome
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My A303 weighed 11 pounds when i drilled.
#27 to #8 - anon id: 811486a6
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2 pounds? No. The silent drill rifles are way more than that. At least "eight and half pounds". But I'm sure you've spun a rifle plenty of times.
#30 to #27 - pxthreezerothree
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Read the comment again, I'm talking about the fake ones that high school drill teams use, like the girl in the gif. And, I was on my JROTC's Honor Guard and half "spun a rifle plenty of times". I've also been smacked in the head with them on more than one occasion (another cadet's, not my own) and broke my finger when it got caught in the trigger guard after a toss.
#95 - zamka
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His pause is enough to make you stop everything you're doing and make a run for it
#43 - pappathethird
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their fw
#57 - blademontane
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The audiences reaction
#131 - crazyolitis
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HFW
#171 - doctorprofessornv
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hfw
hfw