Riot in Kyrgyzstan

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  1. ikari2_2000

    ikari2_2000
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    Not sure if this is appropriate for this site, but after watching the video, the first thing that came to mind was, we could be going down this path. It's pretty scary when you think about it. One thing i thought was funny, one of the rioters has an EOtech on his AK (1:27) firing at the government building. These guys are just fighting the police, wait until the military steps in. :paranoid:
    This happened recently too, April 7, 2010.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=cbe_1270728405

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  2. Blitzkrieg

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    The anti establishment fighters are winning at this point

    We could win just as easily at any of our state capitols.. if we had the courage and will power
     
  3. dobeman

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    nah.

    The only way that's America is if all the cell phone service is knocked out. Then people might be pissed.
     
  4. Riot

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    Probably a cheap knock off...they don't have trademark laws over there.
    http://www.airsplat.com/Items/AC-SCP-ET-552.htm

    You realize that AKs for them are a lot cheaper and more available to them than to us, right?

    That's like me going down to get a BMW in Europe...there not going to be as much over there as they will be here in the US.
     
  5. Trlsmn

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    Bulgy Krink FTW!
     
  6. ikari2_2000

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    Saiga shotgun?

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    - hey hey, my turn, my turn...

    - NO!

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  8. ikari2_2000

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    M72 LAW?

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  9. Trlsmn

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    Late breaking news, "There's a country called Kyrgyzstan!"
     
  10. bugeye

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    Two guys with super soakers could take Oregon's now, the legislature is out and I think the place is defended by gardeners. Though I don't think any junta would garner any credibilty until the lobbyists are throwing money at them, after all this is America.
     
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    I went to school with a guy from Kyrgyzstan, he hated the teachers authority. Makes sense now.
     
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  13. Blitzkrieg

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    When the beer stops being stocked and the cable is out, maybe :(
     
  14. Blitzkrieg

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    The gun behind the Krink is some sort of SAW?
     
  15. Trlsmn

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    If you look at the fittings on the barrel it has two bayonet mount's one on the front sight and one on the AK74ish gas fitting. :laugh:
     
  16. Stomper

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    NO.. not a M72 LAW... it's some other kind of knock-off design... could be a M27 WAL to avoid those pesky licensing issues... :D
     
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    The coup was successful because the people were armed with real weapons......only in a third world country....
     
  19. Blitzkrieg

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    A lot of them were unarmed too, just courageous and/or desperate enough to storm government buildings in the face of rubber bullets, tear gas, etc..
     
  20. tallshipsgo

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    If they were lucky enough to face rubber bullets and not lead (or in this case steel core I suppose). I don't think former Soviet bloc states/countries have really taken a shine to things that don't penetrate too well. :D
     

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