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    Great pics dragon, they just reminded me, does anyone know what assault rifle Slovenia is going to get to replace the zastava ones or has it already happened.

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    Slovenian army is doing field tests between FN2000 and G36. Ministry of defence has already purchased 400 FN minimi SAW and 150 FN MAG and unknown sniper rifles FN hecate II 7,67 and lapua magnum caliber and also some 12,7 sniper rifles.
    Ministry has already purchased those weapons and we persume that they will go for FN2000, because of off-set contract between slovenian company and FN Herstal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ris6
    Slovenian army is doing field tests between FN2000 and G36. Ministry of defence has already purchased 400 FN minimi SAW and 150 FN MAG and unknown sniper rifles FN hecate II 7,67 and lapua magnum caliber and also some 12,7 sniper rifles.
    Ministry has already purchased those weapons and we persume that they will go for FN2000, because of off-set contract between slovenian company and FN Herstal.
    Thanks for the info

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    I was hoping they would chose G36, well... f2000 is still nice.

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    Nice fotos! Us Serbs are still stuck with the M70AB2 but I can't say I can complain since it is such a workhorse! Do you guys still use the 84?

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    Very nice..Thanks for sharing..

    I dont know about anyone else but i really like seeing former Warsaw Pact Armies evolving...

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    Uhmm bro Slovenia was never part of the Warsaw Pact. It was part of Yugoslavia.

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    **** i was thinking of Czech and Slovacia when they split...Thank you.

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    Great staff dragon. Like to see Slovenian army pictures.
    Dragon, some uniforms of Slovenian army are the very sama as old Yugoslav jigsaww patern now in SEr&Mn use. Is it?
    And yes Slovenia, as a part of Yugoslavia or alone, was never a part Warsaw pact. Same is for Serbia & Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia & Hercegovina.

    Altough socialist country, Yuogslavi was always closer to the west.
    It was very prosperus and open country.
    After the ww2 Yugoslavia was eqiped with US Jets, tanks, jeeps, trucks...
    At the end of its existance Yugoslavia was largley equiped with East Block weapons, but still had a lot of staff from the west.
    The defencive lines, bunkers and army was concetrated always towards Hungary, Romania, Albania, Bulgaria and not Greece, Austria, Italy.
    There are still some story how YU was actually unoficial part of NATO's south wing together with Grrece and Turkey.
    If the war betwwen USA and SSSR became the reality Yugo was ready to fight for the USA of NATO.
    Brandenburger it's ok. It is very confusing to ketch all new countryes.
    Still its interesting thhat poeple always mix Slovenia and Slovakia.
    But also Serbia with SIberia and Syria, and Yugoslavia as a actual part pf SSSR.

    Not you, but lot's of people consider Europe as Germany, SPain, Italy, UK...everytihing else is "east europe".
    Even the CNN, jusdt the couple of days ago was saying something about ROmania.
    They where saying: This former Soviet Republic(wrong), is mostly populated with Othodox Christian (correct) slavs (wrong romanians are latin adn romanian language is closest to latin).
    But hey, that's why we are here, right? TO learn, have fun, and in my case to teach others(just a joke).
    God Bless!

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    Well thanks guys for not giving me a good verbal flogging..I really ment no disrespect..I know people have pride for thier countries and the last thing i wanna do is insault anyone. Yes it is hard to keep up with changing borders in the contemporary world. I have been out of the loop for a while..
    I consider anything North of Turkey Europe...The Balkans are just as European as Germany IMO...Ill probably start a fight for posting that but ok

    Again thanks...

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    O not at all, no body was upset. Everything is allright.
    If you get in trouble for posting that Balkans are Europe for you as Germany, my diper ass will be on your side.
    European civilization was born in Balkan, as well as european Christianity, and so many more.......(anyone interested can ask )
    That's not my opinion, just the facts

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    What gun is on that T-55? And, any relations to the Chinese Type-59D ?

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