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Old 02-19-2013, 02:25 AM   #331
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Agreed. The model she was using was the Vz-58.
Desert Fox, I am going to have ask you back that up. How did you come to that? Data, pictures, some thing please. Can't just give it to you, proclaimed military expert, or not

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Desert Fox, I am going to have ask you back that up. How did you come to that? Data, pictures, some thing please. Can't just give it to you, proclaimed military expert, or not
I was thinking the same....REALLY looks like a VZ-58.

Angle of the stock, the magazine, the bolt handle, and the muzzle.



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What gun still used by the US military uses the .45-70 cartridge?
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US Army 7th Cavalry color guard.


I was referring to a gun that still is in use, and its more a Navy thing.....
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What country first used a helicopter in a war
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Nazi germany used them for observation and things in ww2
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Nazi germany used them for observation and things in ww2
Correct. I don't remember its name though.
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What sniper was nicknamed "White Feather" by the vietcong in the Vietnam War?
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What sniper was nicknamed "White Feather" by the vietcong in the Vietnam War?
Carlos Hathcock.

What German U boat was sank by a malfunctioning toilet?
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Carlos Hathcock.

What German U boat was sank by a malfunctioning toilet?
I have no idea, but thats pretty funny haha
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I have no idea, but thats pretty funny haha
Well leave it for a bit maybe someone will come along.


What was the youngest service member durning world war 2?
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