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Wearing this after several months 

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A gold rotor is always a nice touch.
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Thanks guys. Always had a hardon for that watch (love the hidden date at the bottom of the 6 subdial) and ended up finding one barely used for a song. Came with a custom croc pilot strap too!
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 Base Pam. Most rewarding purchase thus far. 

Second most rewarding purchase: 12mm platinum anal beads
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milgauss with walther p99
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milgauss with walther p99

 

I raise you with an Explorer II with Flex-X and 25mm HE cannon rounds icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

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I raise you with an Explorer II with Flex-X and 25mm HE cannon rounds icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

LL

 

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cheers.gif I was going to go with the M4 first but decided to go straight to explosives.

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cheers.gif I was going to go with the M4 first but decided to go straight to explosives.

pics of m4?
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Just your standard issue M4, that watch and I have been on some adventures!

 

Exp II and M4 (Click to show)

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Exp II and HMMWV (Click to show)

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Just your standard issue M4, that watch and I have been on some adventures!
Exp II and M4 (Click to show)
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Exp II and HMMWV (Click to show)
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ah nice.
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ah nice.
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Thanks, I love that Milgauss. Whenever I get around to buying another Rolex it's going to be between that and an Explorer. It's hard to capture how awesome the green sapphire is in pictures.

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Thanks, I love that Milgauss. Whenever I get around to buying another Rolex it's going to be between that and an Explorer. It's hard to capture how awesome the green sapphire is in pictures.

the GV is too unorthodox for me...
i was going to get the white on orange, and kind of regret that i didnt.. facepalm.gif
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My lone SD..
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1954 Longines my wife bought me for our Anniversary over the weekend.

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My lone SD..
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SD is a watch good for every situation. if one could only have one watch, it'd probably be the SD/sub or the planet ocean.
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