Discussion in 'Firearms' started by Gator 45/70, Feb 6, 2012.
Not what you think...Very Cool..
I love the pics of the MG-42 and Schmeisser....classic 'kraut guns that got a lot of action in my Sgt. Rock comic collection (circa 4th grade).
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Those Cossacks get a lot of nice toys!!
And obama won't even let the ROKs send us M-1 Garands.Oh well, gotta say I'd like to decorate my living room out of that place!
The price's are in favor of my wallet...Now how to get them back home...?
I like the lewis pictured with the round drum on the top... even if it is .303
The one they refer to as an Uzi...is that a Finnish Suomi?
I think I just had an orgasm
Did anyone catch the post about being a Cossack.???
It is good being Cossack in Russia. We get any weapon we want short of WMDs, no questions asked. Especially if you are a member of a Cossack militia, which are recognized now as part of security forces (in Stavropolski and Krasnodarski krais and Rostov oblast, our men patrol together with police, in fact, in our communities, our militias act as police, enforce law, maintain order, and keep out bad people.
With this, I can (and do) walk in to a police or military armoury and take whatever I want. I also do not have to pay taxes. In return, I am tied to the Russian military for the rest of my life. If the country is at war, I am to come to the nearest base fully armed and ready to fight.
Umm.. did I tell you my name is Vassyli Gregorvitch and I need to know where to sign up....
Yep - hence my mention of the Cossacks.
And here's me thinking that Black Diggers
And here's me thinking that Black Diggers were something completely different.
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