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Most memorable moments

Prominent Member

Shooting Chomley then standing next to him on top of the world shooting the Germans on their ascent, priceless.

Topic starter Posted : 03/10/2010 2:58 pm

Illustrious Member

Managing a surprising number of kills with my £12.99 spring shotgun on sunday!

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Posted : 05/10/2010 7:15 pm

Famed Member

The bit when shouting "IT'S A DUD" turned out to be my last words :roll:

Posted : 05/10/2010 7:40 pm

Illustrious Member

Headshot's last death - hit and valiantly shuffling forward on his knees across the yards of marshland. I hit him again. And he gave it a great Hollywood leap, with upstretched arms. :lol:

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Posted : 05/10/2010 8:34 pm

Estimable Member

The two theatrical American charges across the open moor............... With a rendition of the Yorkshire National Anthem and Chomley taunts!

Was so much fun......... :lol:

Posted : 05/10/2010 8:36 pm

Noble Member

Lobbing the grenade which finally cleared out the bunker on Saturday :D

Posted : 05/10/2010 9:51 pm

Estimable Member

hmmm, besides the rain (which i wont forget in a hurry) and twisting my ankle (which im off work with)....

probably the look on chommers face when i shot him on saturday as he crept down our left flank.
Or watching porter run out of cover (after chommers shot me) as headshot and another US guy (both with thompsons) needed to reload.....only to be lying there shouting "medic" as porter re-appeared with what looked like a springer pistol and promptly shoot both of them.....and me!.....even though i said "im already dead!" .....the horror...the humiliation!
If it wasnt so funny i would have cried lol!

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Posted : 06/10/2010 7:22 am

Famed Member

The final US charges across the moor, fabulous, just like Band of Brothers. I used the last round in my last mag and was fumbling for my springer as the final one went down.

Me and BedsnHerts finding ourselves cut off behind the entire US Army with only a mag between us and one of us wounded, then managing to fight our way back to the German lines. Brilliant sneaky fun.

Old Uns tactical skill in finding concealed and covered positions to conduct ambushes, and getting us to pull back before the US mortared the hell out of them after we'd opened fire. Proper tactics.

The whole thing really fired me up, shame I can't make it to the Anzio game in November (family stuff).


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Posted : 06/10/2010 9:59 am

Joseph Porta
Famed Member

Lobbing the grenade which finally cleared out the bunker on Saturday :D

you bugger, you single handedly got 5 men, (2x mg42s a scoped tanaka k98 and two mp40`s) also dave had his panzerfaust ready to blast you back out of the door if you entered,

and you ruined it , you big ruin`er


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Posted : 06/10/2010 7:24 pm

Reputable Member

Receiving a volley of blue on blue bb's as I returned from being cut off on the flank!! Also when a party of krauts walked past me without noticing me at no further than 10 yds and me in the open chewing grass!!

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Posted : 07/10/2010 5:25 pm

Illustrious Member

Lobbing the grenade which finally cleared out the bunker on Saturday :D

Looks like we did that simultaneously Ranj, as I crawled round the front and posted a grenade through the main firing slit, with a couple of Krauts desperately trying to shoot me!

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Posted : 08/10/2010 6:19 pm