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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker7 View Post
    What type of PK is that? It looks brand new, with flutted barrel and "small" flash hider.

    Boulgarian Arsenal maybe?
    BG taken from one of the raided Georgian bases! Another russian soldier was pictured while sporting this cutie!

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    BG? What does it mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker7 View Post
    BG? What does it mean?
    Oh I beg your pardon, bulgarian ... that PKM was indeed bulgarian.

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    Ah, thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by plato View Post
    hehe, or maybe there was an even bigger gun behind him not shown in the picture
    Like in this similar situation


    Note also former georgian №329 as part of roadblock

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    Quote Originally Posted by mannelig View Post
    Damn you, photoshopers )))) I`m always not in time... Damn me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by User_Name View Post
    RUSSIA STRONG!1!!1!1!1!
    hahaha dont fu'ck with little Siberians
    great pic,any hi res?

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    Quote Originally Posted by plato View Post
    hehe, or maybe there was an even bigger gun behind him not shown in the picture
    There is a T-62 right outside the photo to the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuLavan View Post
    Like in this similar situation


    Note also former georgian №329 as part of roadblock
    New managment in town I see!

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    Russian soldiers ride an APC (Armoured Personnell Carrier) , August 22, 2008 near Igoeti, on the road from Tbilisi to Gori, Georgiaquote

    A Russian soldier gestures as they leave Georgia on an armoured vehicle in the western Georgian city of Zugdidi August 22, 2008

    Russian soldiers wave on an armoured vehicle as they travel through the bridge on River Enguri which is on the border of breakaway region of Abkhazia and Georgia 3 km from the western Georgian city of Zugdidi August 22, 2008

    A Russian soldier gestures as military vehicles leave the Georgian town of Gori August 22, 2008.

    A Russian armoured vehicle is driven through the bridge on River Enguri, which is on the border of breakaway region of Abkhazia and Georgia, 3 km (1.86 miles) from the western Georgian city of Zugdidi, August 22, 2008

    Russian soldiers leave Georgia on armoured vehicles, as they travel through the bridge on River Enguri, which is on the border of breakaway region of Abkhazia and Georgia, 3 km (1.86 miles) from the western Georgian city of Zugdidi, August 22, 2008

    A Russian military convoy travels along a main road leading to the River Enguri, which is on the border of breakaway region of Abkhazia and Georgia, 3 km (1.86 miles) from the western Georgian city of Zugdidi, August 22, 2008

    Russian soldiers sit on a tank as a military column leaves the Georgian town of Gori August 22, 2008



    A Russian soldier gestures to the camera as Russian troops withdraw from Gori August 22, 2008

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    Inside a some Georgian military base

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuLavan View Post
    Inside a some Georgian military base
    Russian soldiers need some English lessons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afro-European View Post
    Russian soldiers need some English lessons.
    From this picture it seems that the Georgians need English lessons more than the Russians. From the look on his face he doesn't seem to undersand what it's written on the wall...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afro-European View Post
    Russian soldiers need some English lessons.
    As I already wrote some time ago, this "message" is almost certainly a fake.

    Russian soldier (who could learn English in school) either know language at the level when he never make mistake in "Uncle", either don't know it at all.

    So I believe it very clumsy made message was made by Georgians.


    PS Sorry for offtopic, lets return to pikz

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMartin View Post
    As I already wrote some time ago, this "message" is almost certainly a fake.

    Russian soldier (who could learn English in school) either know language at the level when he never make mistake in "Uncle", either don't know it at all.

    So I believe it very clumsy made message was made by Georgians.


    PS Sorry for offtopic, lets return to pikz
    Been adressed as well, as the overly present curves on latin characters...!

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