Discussion in 'Weapons, Equipment & Rations' started by CanadianBacon, Dec 1, 2008.
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Okay, whose been working for Russians in Georgia?
Not just one of our lads, but it looks like someone from the Waffen SS has been helping them out and all...
Well it was one of those free wars that you could get into quite easily. I remember Bosnia got rid of quite a few walts.
the dpm'a'like camo is in Russia called "smog" ............
it was taken up by the then real spetsnaz group Alpha & Vympel units, but stocks have been seen being used in other units.
The SS like camo is a near rip of of the WW2 pattern Oak leaf but in Russia it's called "partizan" again popular with the mass of so called "spetsnaz" units that are apearing all over the Russian armed forces....FFS even the bank guards in St petersburg have spetsnaz shoulder titles. (translated spetsnaz means special).
They also use a copy of the older US woodland pattern funnily enough called NATO in Russia.
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