Yet more interesting camo from Russia…

Posted on December 2, 2008 by Strike-Hold One of the firms that people suspected might have produced the M/05 replica, is a company called Modox.  But as you can see from this gallery of their stuff, the M/05 type isn’t among their offering.  Some other interesting and cool patterns though (click to enlarge):             […]

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More Russian camo… “Partizan” suit

Posted on December 2, 2008 by Strike-Hold The recent story, and subsequent photographs, of the mysterious alleged Russian copy of the Finnish M/05 camo pattern has also renewed interest in another unusual Russian pattern.  In the photograph of Russian Interior Ministry(?) special forces that I posted here, you can see the pattern I’m referring to, […]

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More Russian camo…”Partizan”suit

Posted on December 2, 2008 by Strike-Hold The recent story, and subsequent photographs, of the mysterious alleged Russian copy of the Finnish M/05 camo pattern has also renewed interest in another unusual Russian pattern.  In the photograph of Russian Interior Ministry(?) special forces that I posted here, you can see the pattern I’m referring to, […]

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New intel on the Russo-Finnish “Camo Cold War”…

Posted on December 2, 2008 by Strike-Hold Well, if you’ve been following the story about the “battle” between the Finns and the Russians over the latter’s alleged copying of Finland’s M/05 pattern camouflage, you might find the following to be of interest…   I found a discussion thread on a Polish military forum today about […]

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Operation Muskatoon – Norway, 1942

Posted on 30/10/2008 by Strikehold How many of you knew that the distinguished British actor David Niven (the first to portray James Bond on screen as well) was a Commando during WWII?  Or that a Canadian commando soldier had the dubious distinction of being the first victim of Hitler’s infamous so-called “Commando Order”?  Read on… […]

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“YK35″- King Arms Galil SAR replica

Posted on October 12, 2008 by Strike-Hold In this second installment of my two-part look at airsoft Galil replicas, I turn to the recently announced Galil SAR from King Arms.  The most obvious differences between this one and the TSI Armories version previously reviewed are that the King Arms version has an electric-powered blowback mechanism, […]

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“YK35” – TSI Armories Galil SAR

Posted on October 6, 2008 by Strike-Hold This month marks the 35th Anniversary of the 1973 Yom Kippur War.  In honour of this anniversary (“YK35″), I’m going to be publishing a series of articles this month relating to Israeli kit and forces; starting with a 2-part mini-series looking at the leading airsoft-replicas of the famous […]

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