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    Hey 4th,
    We used to mix the bug juice with the army peanut butter in the tin. The mix could be ignited to make a really hot little fire for heating C-rats, coffee, etc. That was important during the wet monsoon when little else would burn (other than C-4 that is).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    Great stuff for getting the leaches off just before dark thirty.

    Viper Dude. Some may have remained.
    But they got rid of those damn prongs, by the time I crossed the pond.
    Nothing like walking around with a pitch fork in front of you.
    Darn things got stuck on everything.
    the three prong was great for twisting the wire off the c-rat case. but the prongs did catch on stuff alright.

    ham & lima beans ( i am being nice here).um um good............
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper Dude View Post
    Hey 4th,
    We used to mix the bug juice with the army peanut butter in the tin. The mix could be ignited to make a really hot little fire for heating C-rats, coffee, etc. That was important during the wet monsoon when little else would burn (other than C-4 that is).

    VD
    Sorry too get off topic pugwag.
    Cleaning the leaches off at night. Got low in the hole.
    Hit my legs with the juice. Lit a match too see if I got em all.
    Oh yes sir Viper Dude that stuff burns.
    Both my legs went up in friggen flames like a human torch.
    I lit up the whole damn perimeter running.
    The guys laughed, laughed. Dirty S.O.B.s
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781


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    I am just glad ya'll survived without being poisoned or immolated! BP and DEET Mocha Latte and bugjuice depilatory sound like health risks!
    It's only metal, it's not magic.

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    First off, that is a beautiful build, and definitely brings back memories of my old A1 in Uncle Sams Misguided Children.

    Sgt. Ron, I loved the ham n limas as well. Takes a particular taste. LOL.
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    looks very nice, i'm slowly collecting parts to make a poor mans 607 clone (cutting down the stock and hg's myself)
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