SA80 in use in foreign forces - or WTF?

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#1
Seen this on Facebook and really wonder who or what and why.

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#4
It has been many years, but my beady leetle eye says those magazines probably end up on the floor a lot.

oh, and naafi so yes, I would, like a stolen moped.

shtappers.

edit to add : too slow!
 

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#5
Probably a Hong Kong cadet organization.
 
#7
Given the traditional text on the bottom left, I would say 100% it's a HK cadet group.
 
#8
Note SA80s:
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Got to love colonial legacies:
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HK Adventure Corp use ye olde rifle (unlike the HK Sea Cadet Corp on SA80s):
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#10
Very pretty for 25+ year old weapons and that's not an RG magazine attached. Ceremonial use only?

Nice that they allow you to choose which right hand grip to use.
 

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#12
Could they be the single shot version (GP) as well as being 'A1' ? ( there's an ironic designation if there was one. )
The cadet A1 did not have a flash eliminator - so no.
 
#16
the three girls in the first pic would all get it. whilst stood rigidly to attention
 
#17
Hong Kong Adventure Corps. Was originaly set up as a feeder group to the Royal Hong Kong Regiment (Volunteers) and continued as a Government sanctioned charity after the handover.

The SA80s are replicas. The SLRs were deactivated after the Royal Hong Kong Regiment was disbanded in 1995.

I spent a few weeks on Border guard with RHKR in 1992. Had to drag them off illegal immigrants more than once. They liked to give them a good shoeing before sending them back to Shenzen
 
#18
Pixelated orientals? Japan rather than Hong Kong surely?

 

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