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  1. It's Kamala: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/08/11/joe-biden-vp-pick-kamala-harris-393768
  2. Saw it on Tuesday, if you like over-the-top non-stop violence with no concern for realism, reloading, superhuman healing abilities, crowds of New Yorkers simply walking past furious gun battles, etc. you will like it. Mark Ducascos is great, I have been a fan since 'Brotherhood of the Wolf' - he has some very funny scenes and also a little nod to his Iron Chef days.
  3. A collection of Cold War-era magazines covering Ground, Naval, and Air equipment of the time as wells as TOEs, tactics, strategy, current conflicts, etc. Buyer pays shipping. Pics of the magazines are available on request, as well as contents. Email is tbeyer4562 at aol dot com. Enola's World's Major Armies 1981 TOEs for all major combatants of the time - most European countries, USA, Russia, plus Cuba, South Africa, Middle East, Japan, India, Pakistan $8 Military Technology World Defense Almanacs 1990-91; 1991-92; 1992-93; 1993-94; 1994-95 $8 each basically each magazine is a c
  4. Interesting weapon mix, using T-59 chassis: https://www.armyrecognition.com/airshow_china_2018_zhuhai_news_show_daily_coverage/airshow_china_208_new_qn-506_multi-weapon_tracked_armored_vehicle_based_on_type_59_mbt.html
  5. This one? http://www.jedsite.info/afv-papa/papa/puma-ch_series/puma-raketenwerfer/pumarakintro.html
  6. Here is a picture of the triple 370mm recoilless gun referenced earlier. Really curious how that would work and what advantages it would have over a regular MRL or artillery piece. You do have to register though: http://www.china-defense.com/smf/index.php?topic=672.40
  7. I always thought this one was cute, like an American BRDM: http://www.military-today.com/apc/mac_1.htm
  8. A 7.62 version of the Negev, only 8 kg.: http://www.armyrecognition.com/march_2012_new_army_military_defence_industry/israel_weapon_industries_iwi_introduces_new_its_ng7_negev_light_machine_gun_7.62mm_caliber_0503125.html
  9. I believe South Korea still has them in service, and may be still manufacturing the ammunition (I don't have the latest Jan'es Infantry Weapons handy but I seem to recall seeing it in one of the more recent editions).
  10. TBeyer

    New NK tank

    I was surprised to see those MT-LB, I thought the North Koreans pretty exclusively used their own VTT-323 (and a few BMPs they imported)? Also I thought I saw some other BTR-type vehicles 8x8 with the twin 14.5mm, I am pretty sure the N Koreans got some BTR-80s, did they modify them with that twin 14.5mm turret?
  11. Hasn't the KPV already been upgraded to 23x115mm with the KPVB - there are several vehicle upgrades listed for that gun (for example MT_LB) if you google it, although I have seen very little other info on that gun: http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?143900-14-5mm-potential-use-in-Afg
  12. I believe there is a Russian upgrade for the KPV - the KPVB 23mm, but I don't know anything about it, not much info on google other than that it is offered as an upgrade to MT-LBs. Sounds like it is a drop-in replacement for the KPV, here is some info, some speculation that it uses the 23x115mm round: http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?t=143900 I also believe the PRC is producing new rounds for theie QJG02 14.5mm gun, and since N Korea is a heavy user (I believe their current IFV uses the KPV as its main armament, also as an AAMG on their MBTs) I wouldn't be surprised if
  13. Here is where you want to go, China Defense Forums, look under 'The Range', lots of info on both the new assault rifles: http://www.china-defense.com/forum/index.php?showforum=3
  14. Thanks for the excellent pics! The weapon station on the APC looks different than on previous versions I have seen (that had either a turret with a 25mm cannon, or else just a .50 on a pintle mount) - any details on the new weapon station?
  15. Correct - I forgot about that! That is one feature of the XM307 that I have seen emphasized in video and powerpoint presentations - that you can dismount it from the vehicle, I guess that is out for the LW25.
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