Two New Russian "Toys" ...........

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JohnHenry, Dec 6, 2011.

  1. JohnHenry

    JohnHenry Well-Known Member

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  2. H-D

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    I like them both :)
    as a side note read the ignorant comments
  3. Trevor1837

    Trevor1837 New Member

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    Interesting, I'm very interested to see what wil one replacing the M4
  4. jack404

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    seen the chicom bullpup's ? a couple have turned up in E Timor and being assessed here now , and they aint half bad either ,
  5. Ken W

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    I'll take one of each.
  6. HunterAlpha1

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    ONE of each?! i'll take take a dozen!
  7. Ken W

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    Well....for starters. :D
  8. sliclee

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    62 round mags,ha, hey you shorty grab a couple bandoleers
  9. Albtraum

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    Glad to see it is not a "bullpup" design like Britain, France, and China's rifles. Some of the peoples' comments are pretty dramatic, saying "Soviet" as if the cold war is still going on and Russia is still the communist extremist and trying one-up the US by upgrading a several-decade-old rifle. Silly.
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    Albtraum Active Member

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    Not that there is anything wrong with the bullpup design for a combat weapon, I'd just like to see the traditional rifle layout stick around for awhile longer.
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    won't be around for too much longer, i'm afraid. there are simply too many advantages of bullpup vs. traditional.
  12. jack404

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    like 29" barrels that dont look like a FN/FAL

    i do miss the round (7.62 NATO) but compared to the styers heck they where awkward
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