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Re: At Last! Definitive Self Defense for Sailors

It is too bad you are required to turn in your weapons upon completion of four-years active duty. As a previous 0351 I can say with certainty that all you need is an M-16 with an attachment for a 204 and some HE rounds to go with it. Or incendiar- just make sure you dont hit the boat.

While were at it I could call a few buddies over to set up their 240 Golf and Bravo on the Bow and stern, respectivley.


Right now I only have a Flare gun and a fight not flight mentality. As much as I would like to include my SMAW I dont think a re-loadable bazooka is safe for any boat. Just my 2 cents.
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Re: At Last! Definitive Self Defense for Sailors

I am reminded of the patrol boat from apocalypse now--- what a mind trip movie.
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