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    I am really enjoying these pics, I am dieing to have a look round this place every thing looks so interesting. Iím one of those people who likes to read all the signs and messages on the walls and that place looks like it is going to be full of those little details! Cheers for the pictures

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    I think the big red thing is for clearing your weapon. You unload then ease springs with the barrel inside just incase you get an ND.

    Also those blank 5.56 link appear to be live!!

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    Hi IP
    Those grass-covered lock-ups are pretty cool. Are those the bomb stores?

    Do you have any outside pics of the control tower, btw? Saw a pic elsewhere when doing a bit of research, but it was from a distance, and it would be nice to see some close-ups if you have any.

    Cheers
    Foxy :)
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