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  • L’histoire d’une vie #smle
  • L’histoire d’une vie #smle
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  • Not easy to shoot but lots of fun! #leeenfield #smle #303
  • Not easy to shoot but lots of fun! #leeenfield #smle #303
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  • Ma susah bng kita halaum kasusahan na adja.. Bng manjari huyumn ta minsn unu in nia nam .. #smle. 😊🤗
  • Ma susah bng kita halaum kasusahan na adja.. Bng manjari huyumn ta minsn unu in nia nam .. #smle. 😊🤗
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  • Many officers choose not to put themselves “out there” in the public eye or on #SocialMedia, and some officers don’t understand why other officers ...
  • Many officers choose not to put themselves “out there” in the public eye or on #SocialMedia, and some officers don’t understand why other officers would want to. • I chose to “put myself out there” for several reasons: 📌 to build new relationships and to develop trust & confidence with the community. 📌 to share some of the great work officers do within the community including volunteerism, safety, community engagement, and relevant news. 📌 to humanize the job & break stereotypes. ‼️ BUT MOST OF ALL to inspire others through #positivity; officers can often deal with negative circumstances, for me it’s in those moments that I try my hardest to leave a positive impact. The highest reward is knowing there may be one person out there that I’ve helped, even if it’s in the smallest way possible. ⚡️ Matthew, thank you for sharing this message with me, your kind words continue to fuel my passion to help others.✨👮🏼‍♀️ @thee_mcfierceson • #HumanizingTheBadge #BeYourAuthenticSelf #Police #Officers #LawEnforcement #LEO #SMLE #PRP #BreakingBarriers #KnowYourCommunity #inspo #rolemodel #mentor #futurepolice #criminology #student #beyourbestself 💪🏼
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  • 💥Caliber Tuesday-Kinda...💥 The British 2.5 inch Grenade Discharger Cup! - this was brought to you by @history_in_firearms! The British grenade di...
  • 💥Caliber Tuesday-Kinda...💥 The British 2.5 inch Grenade Discharger Cup! - this was brought to you by @history_in_firearms! The British grenade discharger cup, or rifle grenade launcher as it would be called in the US, was developed late in WWI and saw service all the way through WWII and beyond. It attaches to the muzzle of a SMLE (shown above), or No.1 Mk.3, rifle. This launcher was initially designed to be used with the No.36 Mills Bomb grenade with a gas check disk screwed in to the base. This gas check allowed the gases from the cartridge to be contained in the cup and push the grenade out. Later, other projectiles would be developed, including the No. 68 Anti-Tank Grenade. Projectiles were launched using a special grenade firing cartridge(shown above), which was loaded with ballistite. Generally, projectiles were launched with the buttstock braced against the ground as there was substantial recoil from launching the comparatively heavy grenades. More to come on grenade launchers and projectiles with @history_in_firearms! #grenadelauncher #grenade #ww1 #ww2 #smle #enfield #bfv #british #worldwar2 #battlefieldv #gunsdaily #bossweapon #history #surplus #pewpew #ammo #calibertuesday #303british #rangeday
  • 2026 14 4:17 PM Jan 8, 2019
  • Caliber Tuesday-Kinda...💥 The British 2.5 inch Grenade Discharger Cup! - this was brought to you in collaboration with @surplused_arsenal! The Bri...
  • Caliber Tuesday-Kinda...💥 The British 2.5 inch Grenade Discharger Cup! - this was brought to you in collaboration with @surplused_arsenal! The British grenade discharger cup, or rifle grenade launcher as it would be called in the US, was developed late in WWI and saw service all the way through WWII and beyond. It attaches to the muzzle of a SMLE (shown above), or No.1 Mk.3, rifle. This launcher was initially designed to be used with the No.36 Mills Bomb grenade with a gas check disk screwed in to the base. This gas check allowed the gases from the cartridge to be contained in the cup and push the grenade out. Later, other projectiles would be developed, including the No. 68 Anti-Tank Grenade. Projectiles were launched using a special grenade firing cartridge(shown above), which was loaded with ballistite. Generally, projectiles were launched with the buttstock braced against the ground as there was substantial recoil from launching the comparatively heavy grenades. More to come on grenade launchers and projectiles with @surplused_arsenal! #riflegrenade #riflegrenadelauncher #WW2 #WWII #WW1 #SMLE
  • 944 8 4:17 PM Jan 8, 2019