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Thank you, KIIRI.
hey, who knows Japanese lang? please translate Japanese characters on the roller
maybe was lost weapon model in files.
why 7.62? standard for all aa mg in russia is 12.7mm (nsvt)
WHAT THE HELL http://www.moddb.com/groups/tanks/images/super-heavy-tanks6#imagebox http://www.moddb.com/groups/tanks/images/glory-to-the-fellblades2#imagebox? FOR WH40K there is another group http://www.moddb.com/groups/warhammer-40k-fans-group
WHAT THE HELL? FOR WH40K there is another group Moddb.com
taiga? its more like a semidesert, its tayga Img-a.photosight.ru Vlboard.org
Happy the last BD mrO-S!
in Fallout 4, he again brings democracy to the Boston wasteland.
Quoteslike.com just star painted in the national colors of the US, as well as the shield of Captain America.
HERESY! should be 14 stars on the flag!
Why map 'Gorodok' has a this name? Actually "Gorodok" is caressing name of a small town, IMHO if the action takes place in the Caucasus, it should be called "Aul", if the action is in the middle band, it should be called "Derevenki" or "Derevni' (Villages).
Cheeki Breeki i v damki!
actually its Russia
Raider space program
Ruspravda.info are you nationalist?
meanwhile in call of duty
As they had with the first satellite and first man in space, the Soviets again stunned the world on March 18, 1965 with the first spacewalk (and the first EVA) performed by Alexey Leonov from the Voskhod 2 spacecraft, for 12 minutes outside the spacecraft. Leonov had no means to control his motion other than pulling on his 50.7-foot (15.5 m) tether. After the flight, he claimed this was easy, but his space suit ballooned from its internal pressure against the vacuum of space, stiffening so much that he could not activate the shutter on his chest-mounted camera.
At the end of his space walk, the suit stiffening caused a more serious problem: Leonov had to re-enter the capsule through the inflatable cloth airlock, 3.96 feet (1.21 m) in diameter and 8.25 feet (2.51 m) long. After his spacewalk, he improperly entered the airlock head-first and got stuck sideways. He could not get back in without reducing the pressure in his suit, risking "the bends". This added another 12 minutes to his time in vacuum, and he was overheated by 1.8 °C (3.2 °F) from the exertion. It would be almost four years before the Soviets tried another EVA. They misrepresented to the press how difficult Leonov found it to work in weightlessness and concealed the problems encountered until after the end of the Cold War.
Its railway rifle!