Tape it up
Polish soldier in Afghanistan with his Beryl. Note the forward pistol grip handguard and the non-transparent magazine. Looks like he’s wrapped up the side-folding stock in tape for some reason. Normally the Beryl stock has the metal tube sections wrapped in a rubber for comfort but also to prevent accidental burns when you consider patrolling in 100 degree heat and then putting your cheek against exposed steel. Maybe the rubber wrap on his stock came off, who knows.
Rest easy SEAL.
All that NSW. SWCC, Navy EOD, and SEAL.
Image of a Navy SEAL, taking aim with his M4A1 Carbine while securing a US Embassy for evacuation during excercise Desert Rescue X, June 18, 2002. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Aaron D. Allmon II
A US Army Chinook lifts off after dropping-off Navy SEALs who have established 360 degree security around the landing zone. U.S. Marine Corps photo/Lance Cpl. Ryan Rholes/Released
A Navy SEAL trains with a suppressed rifle. DoD Photo
If you don’t like my grammar, why are you on my blog? Nobody is forcing you to read it. But yes you are correct SEAL is an acronym.
Some of my old gear. M40A5, M107 SASR. Yes, I know the M4 is dirty. :)(via