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Soldier's Load: Buckshot reference weight and max carry

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Don't bother with this post. AlphaOne has been banned for being an asshat on another thread.

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DrDremel, I mean AlphaOne. I didn't flame you on that particular post. You were an asshat and a Mod sent you packing for being one.

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Oh,nevermind then...

Ever notice how the flamers end up calling the intellectual the "asshat?".

 

Nope

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It's variable. Not a really good defined GI issued answer.

 

You have a combat, fighting, approach march and emergency approach march load.

 

The modern breaching shotgun weighs 5.25 lbs and each round weighs .0625 lbs. average round weight by US standards.

 

Not much is said about how much ammo would be issued. One loaded shotgun and one box would be the norm.

 

It's not like it's used for much else except special operations.

 

 

Happy reading..

 

http://thedonovan.com/archives/modernwarriorload/ModernWarriorsCombatLoadReport.pdf

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A tube full and maybe a reload for a combat shotty, along with a sidearm and a couple of spare mags if thats the units SOP.

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Dont be a dumbfuck your second time around drdumbshit. Just some friendly advice lol/

 

They do give second chances. Dont screw it up already.

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