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Civilian EOD shot

Rating: 5.00 - Votes: 4 - Views: 540
Added by: SSGBULL, 03-03-2013
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03-24-2013, 03:34 AM #72078
foxhole210    
foxhole210
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God damn thats bad ass
   
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    serpa6 (03-24-2013)
03-05-2013, 07:46 PM #71194
SSGBULL    
SSGBULL
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Can you hear the george jetson car at about 0:41
   
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    foxhole210 (03-24-2013)
03-05-2013, 11:42 AM #71182
gutro    
gutro
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hope they had some good cover lol
   
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    Bad Company (03-05-2013)
03-04-2013, 07:04 PM #71151
Bad Company    
Bad Company
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god damn he called that a small shot?! lol awesome vid SSGBULL
   
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