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Senior Airman Jelly Larsen, 64th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron pararescueman, scans his sector as the rest of his element team enters a building during a training exercise here Aug. 4. The 64th ERQS provides combat search and rescue support to coalition forces in the Iraqi theater of operations. Photo by Chris Hubenthal-Magarian   Date: 08.02.2009

Senior Airman Jelly Larsen, 64th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron pararescueman, scans his sector as the rest of his element team enters a building during a training exercise here Aug. 4. The 64th ERQS provides combat search and rescue support to coalition forces in the Iraqi theater of operations. Photo by Chris Hubenthal-Magarian Date: 08.02.2009

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  1. I’ve got that exact same rifle! Except it doesn’t have that flash muzzle, or the scope, or that brown thing on the side. Also, it only shoots regular .22 bullets, and doesn’t have a magazine, and is made of wood, and is not painted with camouflage.

    Other than that, it’s like looking in a mirror.

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