HM Armed Forces Quad Bike - less than half price - Argos £7.49
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HM Armed Forces Quad Bike - less than half price - Argos £7.49

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Found 24th Nov 2010
Today this is less than half price as it was £19.99. Have noticed prices of HMAF toys going up and down this week so reserved mine today.

If your child has an interest with the armed forces then they will love this quad bike. Now you have the ability to cross rough terrains reach your comrades at high speeds. The perfect toy to inspire team spirit and imaginative play!

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Voted hot but then saw that the figure is not included.... Think its a bit much just for the quad.

The quad is ready built and sturdy, and I guess £19.99 is a bit much but £7.49, c'mon it's a great price, I got the green ones for this price back in June, so now have the other colour for my lad too
Thx, bagged one

If your child has an interest in the armed forces...............don't buy them this toy and try to get them interested in something else, otherwise they may join the army when they grow up, be sent to fight pointless wars for this sh1thole of a country and be killed.

Gball

If your child has an interest in the armed forces...............don't buy … If your child has an interest in the armed forces...............don't buy them this toy and try to get them interested in something else, otherwise they may join the army when they grow up, be sent to fight pointless wars for this sh1thole of a country and be killed.



Or they could join the Army, learn discipline and many new skills that the army/navy/raf will pay them to learn, I left school at 17 joined the Army. Best thing I ever done, and as for your comment on this being a s*** country, you have no idea. I've been to the countries that we have attempted to help Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq (never went to Afghan) these people have it difficult.


Original Poster

"if your child etc etc" is the blurb cut and pasted from Argos. Its a toy!!!!!!

Paddy_o_furniture

Or they could join the Army, learn discipline and many new skills that … Or they could join the Army, learn discipline and many new skills that the army/navy/raf will pay them to learn, I left school at 17 joined the Army. Best thing I ever done, and as for your comment on this being a s*** country, you have no idea. I've been to the countries that we have attempted to help Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq (never went to Afghan) these people have it difficult.



yawn!

Gball

If your child has an interest in the armed forces...............don't buy … If your child has an interest in the armed forces...............don't buy them this toy and try to get them interested in something else, otherwise they may join the army when they grow up, be sent to fight pointless wars for this sh1thole of a country and be killed.




Why don't you pack your bags and get lost then,you can then spout your crap somewhere else
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