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Defending COP Kherwar

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Added by: hbk_85, 08-29-2012
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Firefight @ COP Kherwar

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08-29-2012, 07:29 PM #59801
   
BigP

Good stuff...lots o lead flying downrange...and that's a good thing!
   
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08-29-2012, 11:54 AM #59702
srkillalot420    
srkillalot420
Corporal

cell phone vid im guessing ? anyways good vid thanks hbk!!!
   
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