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OK, so not "Yugo" but Serbia.
The only 5.56 AK I'd really like to have.
Where did you get that banjo?
Nothing in here for awhile.
I took these pics with my cell phone from a Slovakia or Slovenia book, I can't remember which.
New high quality video of Ratko Mladic complaining that muslims are getting equimpent from USA, Video is from 1995 near town Gorazde. There are some nice M70s in the video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R90smK4 ... r_embedded
His proof was a piece of web gear that was US made? That's a smoking gun if ever there was one!Originally Posted by 1985saab
Cool video, though. Thanks.
Serbs used commie style propaganda, those USA marked slings was from NATO food containers that were dropped into Gorazde at the time it was under UN protection sense town was surrounded by serb forces. So this serb general tryes to claim that america is helping muslim soldiers.His proof was a piece of web gear that was US made?
The folders in the first two pics above look like slabside folders with the early 6 rivet stocks abd the bottom folder appears to be a B2 with 8 rivet stock., interesting.
Yes, I just noticed that, too. The two top ones are M70 AB1, while the one in the bottom picture is an M70 AB2.Originally Posted by AKBLUE
The Century Arms 'M70 AB2T' rifles are made from M70 AB1 kits.
That's the military of Slovenia. Slovenia is a former part of Yugoslavia, and they have used a great number of Yugoslavian AKs, even old milled ones, up until recently. The Slovenian AKs are former Yugoslavian People's Army ['JNA'] weapons.Originally Posted by Dogshark
Slovakia on the other hand, uses the Samopal VZ-58 as the basic infantry rifle.
This one is actually an Iraqi Al-Quds underfolder. The original Yugoslavian stamped underfolding RPKs [M72 AB1] had a detacable bipod and an eight-rivet folding stock [four rivets on each side], while this Iraqi version uses a front end similar to that of the fixed-stock Yugoslavian M72 B1 [non-detachable bipod] and the typical Tabuk six-rivet folding stock.Originally Posted by Templar
Originally Posted by Templar
At least the one in the foreground is a Tabuk, since Yugoslavian underfolders with the RPK trunnion [M70 AB2] has folding stocks with four rivets on each 'leg'. [The Iraqi ones has only three.]
JNA soldier with M72 B1 under the conflict in Slovenia, 1991;
Bosnian fighter with M70 B1 [and East German camo jacket];
JNA conscripts in the 1970s;
Bosnian Serb cleaning his M72 B1 during the Bosnian conflict;
Serbs with M70 AB2N/PN 5x80 and M78 suppressors:
^ Jeez thats a big scope! Nice pics.