So standard campfire bull sessions often sound like gun shop bull sessions at times.
"You could use a LAWS rocket to bust into that zombie bunker"
"Pff, the army doesn't even use LAWS anymore."
"Naw, I've seen em on the news"
"That was a new thing... can't think of the name... Not a Dragon. That was the replacement for the
LAWS that was bigger that they also don't use anymore. Something from Norway. Maybe Denmark."
"Naw that's a pop up job. Not for straight on hits"
"Not the TOW"
"Why don't we just do RPGs? Works great for the commies, still"
"But if one of those gets shot with a bullet you go up like a Roman candle"
"But that's Sweden."
"Still, it's a old design. Like we went full circle, back to the original bazooka, almost"
"Still should use the LAWS"
"But it's so light and easy!"
And so on. Keep in mind I am the only person with any military experience. And what little of that there is was in the Navy as an officer. I was lucky to put my hands on a pistol. Never shouldering anything larger. Like a rocket.
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