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by , 2nd December 2010 at 12:38 PM (359 Views)
Just exactly how do you lose a laser that's mounted to your gun that's worth at least 5000 $ in the snow?

However, instead of paying for it, we're sending out a search party for it. It's arguably cheaper than paying for a new one (considering what we earn daily...). Three hours on a bus to look for something that's slightly smaller than an iPhone (though a bit wider), buried in the snow. In temperatures dipping below -20 degrees. And this is the second time someone is looking for said laser. Why give us fucking expensive stuff when we don't even get to use it?

Yeah, tomorrow will be great...

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  1. White Len's Avatar
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    I think it's in the fridge.
  2. H-con's Avatar
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    Well, the fridge would probably be a comfortable temperature...

    We've lost another laser as well. In order to look for that, we had to drag out every last piece of our equipment on the floor. We didn't find it. Now, my locker is a bit more chaotic. Excellent.
  3. Mijzelffan's Avatar
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    How are you even supposed to find such a thing if you walked I don't know how many kilometers?

    Do you get to use a metal detector or something when looking? That would make things easier.

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