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Option One or Option Two?

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Peppy, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. Gebirgsjaeger

    Gebirgsjaeger Ace

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    Missile

    mountain warfar or naval warfar
     
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    naval warfare

    air warfare or land warfare?
     
  3. Gebirgsjaeger

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    land warfar, i like to have my feets on ground.

    Sniper or counter sniper
     
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    counter sniper, that's sort of like being a pest exterminator

    carry a flame thrower or be in a chemical warfare unit
     
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    TD-Tommy776 Man of Constant Sorrow

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    carry a flame thrower. I always wanted to do that as a kid (while we were pretending to play "Army").

    C-rations or MRE's (Meals Rejected by the Enemy)
     
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    C-Rations, the enemy knows why he reject meals:D

    old fashioned Ghillie or factory made one
     
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    old fashion/old school is always the best

    gps dependency or compass and map
     
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    compass and map isworking everywhere(except the poles)

    range estimating: mildot or laser
     
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    TD-Tommy776 Man of Constant Sorrow

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    Laser.


    Iron sights or red dot sights?
     
  10. Gebirgsjaeger

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    I like the iron sights only at my pump gun. So i take the ironsights the have no battery that will leave you at the wrong moment.

    Night vision or infrared
     
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    night vision for me

    bayonet or butt-stroke
     
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    Bayonet used in the wrong way is causing troubles in a way that your opponent is a sort of devoted to you... i take the Butt-stroke and all of its 4 sorts.

    Close combat: Knife or Spade
     
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    spades are trumps, when it really gets close you can swing it wildly in addition to jabbing and slashing

    sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds
     
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    Pumpkin seeds are tasting better

    Bavarian white sausage or italian salami
     
  15. formerjughead

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    There is a restaurant in the wall of Nurmberg Castle, right accross from the Albrecht Druer Museum, that has a plate called the "Franconian Sampler" and it was all about the white sausages and potatoes. De-lish!

    Chicken Fried Steak or Schnitzel?
     
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    You were at Nuremberg? Great!

    My coice would be the Wiener Schnitzel.

    Wiener Schnitzel with Pommes Frites or potato salad
     
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    I'm going with potato salad since I mine is a killer. The secret ingredient is Tabasco spiced mayonnaise.

    jambalaya or pastalaya
     
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    Thats a really hard one! I like the shrimp and andouille sausage jambalaya but a fine chicken pastalaya isn´t that wrong too??? Jambalaya it is more original!

    Turnip au gratin or Corn Maque choux
     
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    Can't go wrong with maque choux! You must have a Cajun cook book for quick reference over there or something.

    crab au gratin or crab cakes
     
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    Both are good, but i go with the crab cakes, there you won´t realize having much calories;)

    Bobby, i like the cajun style cooking and i have such a book! The only sad thing is that you won´t get the original ingredients with its taste over here.

    Chicke and andouilles gumbo or pork tasso
     

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