These operators are so money (3 PHOTOS)

Represented on America’s currency are some of the most original old school pipehitters and BAMFs there have ever been, and it’s always good to keep that in mind.

We aren’t normally big airsoft fans but Berserker Airsoft has recently been re-imaging iconic founding fathers as represented on folding money with more modern gear.

First Scty of the Treasury and Revolutionary War III%er Alex Hamilton with the monicker "pipehitter" which the Urban Dictionary defines as: “Someone or a group of people who are willing to go to the extreme in order to get things accomplished." Yup. We'd agree with that

First Scty of the Treasury and Revolutionary War III%er Alex Hamilton with the moniker “pipehitter” which the Urban Dictionary defines as: “Someone or a group of people who are willing to go to the extreme in order to get things accomplished.” Yup. We’d agree with that

U.S. Grant who spent 23 years in the Old Army and later moved into the White House= BAMF

U.S. Grant who spent 23 years in the Old Army, drowned Lee in Union blue and later moved into the White House to be one of the first to kick it in the Lincoln bedroom= BAMF

Then there is Ben Franklin, who lead troops during the French and Indian War, wrote dozens of drinking songs, trolled King George III to an epic level, and advocated dropping airborne soldiers from balloons in sneak attacks-- proving he is OAF.

Then there is Ben Franklin, who lead troops during the French and Indian War, wrote dozens of drinking songs, trolled King George III to an epic level, talked the French into gambling on a bunch of scrappy colonials and advocated dropping airborne soldiers from balloons in sneak attacks like about 150 years before paratroopers came along– proving he is OAF.

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