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    what's a soldier favorite G ??

    If you look around the web it's 6600/6900 all the way. I'm surprised I haven't seen a Mudman or Riseman yet. Maybe the Riseman sensor makes it a little more vulnerable ??
    I've seen a Mudman on a space ship if we can consider that military but that's it

    Any cool pics ??

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    The 6660 and 6900 are generally available to buy on military bases, which helps their popularity.
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    The DW6600, DW6900 and DW5600E-1V are G.I. Joe's favorite G.

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    I think the 6600's have a slight edge in numbers, going by the photos I've seen and the National Guard and Reserve personnel around NYC...

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    Which ever one is sold in the PX when there is a need for a new watch. Not all PX's carry the same G-shocks.

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    About pics, this one is from another forum on the internet. Says it's a US marine on some kind of drill. If it violates any WUS forum rule, please Moderators, my apologies in advance.

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    Whatever a soldier's favorite G might be, I'm quite certain it's not one of those negative displays that civilians are fond of referring to as 'military' watches.
    DW-9051/2
    G-9200 Riseman
    G-9100 Gulfman
    G-9000MC-8D Mudman
    GW5600J
    GA-100A-9A

    Sucks to be without a G.

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Dantas View Post
    About pics, this one is from another forum on the internet. Says it's a US marine on some kind of drill. If it violates any WUS forum rule, please Moderators, my apologies in advance.
    That Mudman sure does look very dusty.

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    That would be the cheapest one at the PX...... Oh and BTW the Marine in the pic is BZOing his weapon. The Target he is checking is to battle site zero his weapon. Once he gets three rounds in the black hes good to go.

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    Re: what's a soldier favorite G ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Dantas View Post
    About pics, this one is from another forum on the internet. Says it's a US marine on some kind of drill. If it violates any WUS forum rule, please Moderators, my apologies in advance.
    This pic makes want to buy the MX even more !!!

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