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Old 11-10-2007, 06:14 PM   #15
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Just came onto the group today, using both Firefox 2.2.0.9 and IE7, and the group didn't recognize me (didn't bother to log in w/IE7).
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Old 11-11-2007, 07:46 AM   #16
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Well, I put it in my post when I edited it I'm using the current default 2.2.0 skin on my computer and the M1A1-Issue1 on myself, with some modifications made by sharp, blunt and abrasive materials over the decades...
Har! I just got it. Boy am I slow. Only took a week!

You appear to have an (ahem!) earlier version personal skin than I'm using. I was issued M14A1. (Man, that bolt action lever would dig into my back.)

I will be chastised for the off topic diversion but I'm feeling particularly militant this morning. Perhaps this close to Veteran's Day I'll be forgiven.
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Old 11-11-2007, 08:43 AM   #17
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Just like Karalyn I have to use Firefox and it works fine .......... if i try logging in with AOL it lets me log in but restricts me from viewing anything.
Since the discovery of Firefox i do not use internet explorer anymore but it will let me log in and use this site if needed.
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Old 11-29-2007, 07:09 PM   #18
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Har! I just got it. Boy am I slow. Only took a week!

You appear to have an (ahem!) earlier version personal skin than I'm using. I was issued M14A1. (Man, that bolt action lever would dig into my back.)

I will be chastised for the off topic diversion but I'm feeling particularly militant this morning. Perhaps this close to Veteran's Day I'll be forgiven.
Are you thinking of the M1903 Springfield? The M1 and M14 rifles both have an operating lever on the side to clear the chamber, same side as the M1903, so all of them dig into your back if slung the wrong way.

Actually, however, M1A1 Issue 1 more or less stands for the first production model of something, like the M1 Abrams tank (which will really dig into your back if you try to sling it...). Makes one wonder what happened to the M3-13 rifles? (M2 was the fully auto carbine, I believe).
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