good work you are improving
that chain around his arm must be uncomfortable
its a handcuff for tactical handcuffing action
wait fuck im retarded i read that wrong and thought you mean the one round his neck
there were pictures of random us army soldiers with them
regardless of it not being a proper CZ-75 i think it looks p. neat
one easy way to identify a CZ 75 derivative is the size of the slide. The original design had much of the slide contained in the frame, so you'll notice that the slide is short(from a side view). This applies to a lot of cz varients, where everything else is modded to the point of being unrecognizable.
Brazil's new service rifle looks like a Pimp My Gun creation
I don't get why some many countries want to make some kind of indigenous rifle. License an established, quality firearm. No issues with trying to unfuck your gun's design and you can get COTS upgrades and parts.
so, why not a SCAR-L? It's a better design in pretty much every way, especially considering the reliability issues with the MD-97? To me that gun screams "We wanted to make our guns cool and modern so instead of fixing any real issues, we put rails on it, so that people can mount accessories that won't be mass issued until 2025, and designed a terrible stock."
Propably quite damn old, but still:
I don't know.
While when licensing a gun, there are shortcomings, that's hardly an issue compared to the problems found when some country decides to roll their own. Look at the INSAS. It's a POS. Mexico's xiuhcoatl? ehhh, pretty much a g36 without the patented features.
Admittedly, countries have tried to buy COTS rifles to disastrous results. Georgia bought a ton of Bushmaster ARs when they could have got Colts for a similar price. Really, the root issue comes down to corruption and bad research.
So everyone should just stop developing and attempting to improve firearms designs and just buy existing designs and succeed in bringing firearms development to a grinding halt?
Whatever you say pumpkin
In brazil's defence, they didn't just put a stock and rails on They put on a new pistol grip, too
The whole indigenous rifle shit stinks of corruption. I'd bet that one of the main reasons they roll their own is to cut costs and to give work to subcontractors they hold shares in. There's really no other reason to build an indigenous rifle. If you want a custom gun, ask a real company to do it, they won't turn down a huge contract just because you have a few requests.
Indian army cadets
works in the average indian store
THE TAVAR THIRTY SIX
what is that abomination
looks like the distance between the stock and grip are long as fuc and uncomfortable and as an ironic twist, it takes the ak bayonet and stanags at the same time
lol the flashlight is so badly placed
"you want to put your weak hand on handguard? no! I put flashlight there now you can't hold gun."
also lol carry handle. You don't need a carry handle on an assault rifle, that shit is so 90s.
actually, besides heavy machineguns and other heavy weaponry, what the fuck are carrying handles even for?
They look cool.
No point with em if you got a sling though.
Hmm, ghost page!