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    Quote Originally Posted by memfisa View Post
    Excellent, You know its good news when a filthy dogs like this is, put down
    Yes it's good news,

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGRESSOR View Post
    What is that? it does not look like btr-82a to me (manned turret). Thanks in advance !

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunshipDemocracy View Post
    What is that? it does not look like btr-82a to me (manned turret). Thanks in advance !
    The picture tag says BTR-90. I didn't think Russia was going to go forward with the BTR-90, and it was cancelled. But maybe that project is still on?

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    yep, BTR-90. Probably entered slow rate production for service with ministry of internal affairs

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyati13 View Post
    The picture tag says BTR-90. I didn't think Russia was going to go forward with the BTR-90, and it was cancelled. But maybe that project is still on?
    thanks ! yes I gone ot yandex fotki and go it

    Quote Originally Posted by Counsellor View Post
    yep, BTR-90. Probably entered slow rate production for service with ministry of internal affairs
    My question I could nto really find what exactly differs btr-82a and btr-90 in terms of armor protection or firepower/day night vision? any soruces? I understand btr-90 was just too expensive not bad at all.

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    Photo report from interesting exhibition "Private Companies of Defence Industry - 2012". The exhibition was organized at the factory of russian company ORSIS, produces various hunting and tactical rifles including most modern T-5000 sniper rifle. The main idea of the exhibition is to demonstrate various small arms, equipment, optics, and other products of private manufacturers, who are not only successful on the market of civilian small arms and equipment, but also capable of producing products in accordance with the state defense order for the needs of government agencies.

    The show was closed for the public and lasted two days. On the first day government delegation visited the event. On the second day military experts and journalists were able to visit the exhibition.
    The first part of the report will be about different small arms and ORSIS factory. The second part is completely about the optical devices.

    Full part 1: http://vitalykuzmin.net/?q=node/439



    ORSIS T-5000 .338LM

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    ORSIS rifles factory

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    ORSIS T-5000.

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    Tactica company is mostly a dealer of famous foreign arms tuning and equipment companies

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    FETTER cartridge factory

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    Skat company produces mostly clones of foreign models

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    GM-100 sport pistols.

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    Russian paras in the USA (the Fort Carson, Colorado), February 2012. Russian will take part in the joint exercise on mountain training in Colorado from May, 14th till June, 1st, 2012.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bachelor View Post
    Russian paras in the USA (the Fort Carson, Colorado), February 2012. Russian will take part in the joint exercise on mountain training in Colorado from May, 14th till June, 1st, 2012.



    Source of this info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeroyiDnepra View Post
    Source of this info?
    http://ria.ru/defense_safety/20120220/570605736.html

    in Russian

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    The second part of the report from recent exhibition "Private Companies of Defence Industry". Photos of different optical and optoelectronic devices, produced by russian companies.



    Full part 2: http://vitalykuzmin.net/?q=node/440



    Farvision company optical products


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    Thermal imaging camera with wireless communication TVM-640


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    Night vision scope PNO-17


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    BKS 20x50 binoculars with stabilizer


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    Thermal imaging scope PT-9


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    Day and night vision binoculars BDN-9


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    PT-2 thermal imaging monocular


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    1PN93-2 night scope


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    1PN93-4 night scope


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    MNV-S night vision monocular


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    Predator surveillance device


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    Antisniper surveillance and detection of optical systems device


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    Night vision scope Namestnik, the civilian version - Dedal-490


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    Night vision goggles code Neftyanik


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    Today, 29th February, Russian MoD has signed a contract to buy 24 naval MiG-29Ks




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    The second part of the report from recent exhibition "Private Companies of Defence Industry". Photos of different optical and optoelectronic devices, produced by russian companies.



    Full part 2: http://vitalykuzmin.net/?q=node/440
    Excellent photos. I hope at least part of those goodies find their way in regular army units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yars View Post
    Today, 29th February, Russian MoD has signed a contract to buy 24 naval MiG-29Ks

    Do you know why they choose MiG-29K over the Su-33 Naval Flanker?

    Compared with the Su-27, the Su-33 has a strengthened undercarriage and structure, folding wings, and stabilators, all for carrier operations. The wings are larger than on land-based aircraft for increased lift. The Su-33 has upgraded engines and a twin nose wheel, and is air refuelable. The aircraft's range and payload are greater than those of the rival MiG-29K, but the Mikoyan fighter has more advanced avionics and is capable of a wider range of missions, including strike operations. In 2009, the Russian Navy ordered the MiG-29K as a replacement for the Su-33. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi_Su-33

    It said they chose them in 2009? But you say today February 29th?

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