1. I don’t have a witty comment, but I would love to know why she’s running what looks like a chamber flag and some sort of weird magwell block.

    1. Dust cover is open and that’s tape or some device from where the mags are strapped together

  2. ♯♪ Pop a cap again ♫♫
    ♪♫ I’ve just got time for thirty more rounds ♯♫

  3. That’s her rifle..
    This is my gun…
    Set hers aside….
    It’s time for fun…..

  4. It appears that the IDF has the same rules for weapons carry as we did in Kuwait: The soldier has to be in possession of the weapon and at least one mag, but they are not permitted to insert the mag into the mag well. At the PX/BX they used to sell a nylon pouch that would attach to the stock of the rifle for exactly this purpose, i.e. to keep the loaded mag with the weapon but not in it.

    WRT the picture at hand, as fetching as it might appear, the story I’ve heard (and yes, I know, this is the internets…) is that this is likely an IDF soldier who is on leave from their equivalent of basic training and/or that carrying the weapon is a kind of “corrective training” for her (as in, perhaps she left her weapon unattended at some point and her punishment, therefore, is that she has to carry it with her at all times. The official term would be ‘corrective training’ but of course it’s actually a punishment.)

    Anyone that has actually had to carry a long gun (even a shorty M4) knows that it’s a complete PITA to carry said weapon everywhere you go and to try and conduct normal activities of life while carrying it.

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