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About MajorKirilenko

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  1. In the Russian army they don't allow facial hair so it wont make sense for Bear but maybe for Used.
  2. Thank you Thank you!!!!!
  3. You negative people should be banned it's annoying now you all create drama? Don't like don't play it ffs? Stop creating topics on how much of an idiot you lot are here's a tip for you next time don't buy something just because you seen an awesome CGI trailer.
  4. What is this got to do with Escape From Tarkov? It's a NSA created worm that people turned into a ransomware basically.
  5. Really love reading these!
  6. hadi beyler eller cebe
  7. Wtf? how is this possible? i have 52,000 rank 49 total raids 805! never made million?
  8. Aaah i see sorry comrade just hyped for Vityaz and Coppa rihno
  9. Will the new patch arrive this week?
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    Glad you do too my friend hopefully in the next update Coppa Rhino and Vityaz will be added so more content for us! I think there is my friend but i dont play arma your best best would be looking up clans in the forums
  11. online

    Been playing since december i know i can be angry with this game sometimes losing the best gear does that? but havent we all? just want to say i really apprecation what Battlestate Games has done with this game! its freekin amazing bro i only wish there was more raids and more weapons but the way it is now is perfect! of course its got bugs and glitches but thats normal cos its Alpha i brought EOD edition not because i wanted the extra bits and bots? but to support this project i want you guys to know this! honestly its addictive its like a drug you want more and more my current raid number is 589. anyway i would love to hear your feedback!
  12. One weapon to rule them all...


  13. SR-2 Veresk СР-2 Вереск, Russian for "heather" is a Russian submachine gun. Development of a new submachine gun chambered for the 9×21 mm cartridge (also used by the SR-1 "Gyurza" pistol) was launched in mid-1990s on the order of the FSB. A weapon was presented in 1999, developed in Klimovsk TsNIITochMash which received the designation of SR-2 (Spetsialnaya Razarbotka - 2, Special Development - 2) and nicknamed "Veresk" ("Heather", a plant). "Veresk" and its round were created as a compact weapon capable of engaging enemies wearing Russian class-II body armor (able to stop ordinary pistol bullets, such as 9×19mm Parabellum and 7.62×25mm Tokarev), and soft-skinned vehicles, at distances up to 200 metres. The SR-3 Vikhr (СР-3 Вихрь, Russian for "whirlwind") is a Russian compact fully automatic assault rifle chambered for the 9×39mm subsonic round. It was developed by TsNIITochMash (Central Institute for Precision Machine Building) in the early 1990s. It is based on the AS Val silenced assault rifle but lacks an integral suppressor and has a newly designed folding stock and charging handle for ease of concealed carry. After the adoption of SR-3, the FSB established new operational requirements with a goal to combine the qualities of the SR-3, AS Val and VSS Vintorez, resulting in a new variant designated SR-3M (СР-3М). It features a quick detachable suppressor and a redesigned handguard with a collapsible foregrip. The iron sights have also been relocated to the upper front handguard as opposed to being located on the suppressor, apparently for when the gun is used without the suppressor attached. For this weapon a larger 30-round magazine was developed, which can be used also by the AS Val and the VSS Vintorez. The OTs-14 Groza (ОЦ-14 "Гроза") is a Russian selective fire bullpup assault rifle chambered for the 7.62×39 round and the 9×39mm subsonic round. It was developed in the 1990s at the TsKIB SOO (Central Design and Research Bureau of Sporting and Hunting Arms) in Tula, Russia. The weapon is colloquially known as OC-14 or OTs-14 "Groza" ("Thunderstorm"). The OTs-14-4A "Groza-4" has one derivative, the TKB-0239 (ТКБ-0239), also known as OTs-14-1A "Groza-1", chambered for the 7.62×39mm round.Work on the OTs-14-4A project began in December 1992. The weapon's chief designers were Valery Telesh, responsible for the GP-25 and GP-30 under-barrel grenade launchers, and Yuri Lebedev. The team set out to design an integrated and modular system that would incorporate all the best features of a close-combat long gun into a single weapon based on the AKS-74U. Prototypes were ready for testing in less than a year and the weapon was ready for production by early 1994. The VSK-94 is a 9 mm suppressed sniper rifle developed by the Russia KBP Instrument Design Bureau as a low-cost alternative to the VSS rifle. The rifle is based on the 9A-91 assault rifle. The VSK-94 was designed to accurately engage unarmored point targets at ranges up to 400 m. the VSK-94 retains the gas-driven operating principle of the 9A-91 with a rotating bolt. The rifle features a stamped steel receiver, skeletonized polymer stock integrated with the pistol grip and a synthetic forearm. The VSK-94 is equipped with a 4x PSO-1 optical sight (adapted for subsonic rounds shooting) and standard flip iron sights from the 9A-91. The threaded barrel is designed to use a specifically designed suppressor. The rifle uses 9x39mm ammunition feeding from a 20-round detachable box magazine. Since the 9x39mm bullet weighs about twice as much as that of the 9×19mm Parabellum, its muzzle energy is about twice as high as that of a subsonic 9×19mm Parabellum bullet fired from an HK MP5SD, for example. the 9A-91 is a carbine assault rifle currently in use with Russian police forces. The 9A-91 is a gas operated, rotating bolt weapon, which utilizes a long stroke gas piston, located above the barrel, and a rotating bolt with 4 lugs. The receiver is made from steel stampings; the forend and pistol grip are made from polymer. The steel buttstock folds up and above the receiver when not in use. The charging handle is welded to the right side of bolt carrier on earlier production guns with current production guns having a charging hand that folds up, making the gun more low profile by decreasing the chances of the charging handle snagging onto articles of clothing and equipment. Earlier production models of the 9A-91 featured the safety / fire selector lever at the left side of the receiver, above the trigger guard. Current production models feature the safety / fire selector lever at the right side of the receiver in order to allow for a sight mounting rail on the left side of the receiver that allows the user to attach various scopes and red-dots to aid in aiming the weapon.[2] The fire selector allows for semi- and full-automatic fire.The flip-up rear sight has settings for 100 and 200 meters range, but the relatively short sight base and steep trajectory of the subsonic bullet effectively restricts the 9A91 to ranges of about 100 meters. The VSK-94 is a sniper rifle based on the 9A-91. VKS (ВКС) is a Russian bullpup, straight-pull bolt-action, magazine-fed sniper rifle chambered for the 12.7×55mm STs-130 subsonic round. The weapon is also known by the name VSSK and the additional name Vykhlop (or, incorrectly, Vychlop), which comes from the development program. It was developed in around 2002 for the special force units of FSB. The 12.7×55mm VKS silenced sniper rifle is intended for special operations that require silent firing and penetration much superior to that provided by 9×39mm VSS silenced sniper rifle. Typical targets for the VKS are combatants in heavy body armor or behind cover. The weapon uses an integral suppressor. Contact: KBP= VSK-94, 9A-91, OTS-14 Groza, VKSS, +7 (4872) 41-02-10 TsNIITochMash= SR3M, SR2 Veresk, +7 (495) 249-49-99
  14. Wow got  6 negative points hahaha what a joke.