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MPT-76 in service!
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Frosty98B
Frosty98B

Damn, I like dat weapon! ;D

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Turkish007 Author
Turkish007

Me too, its damn sexy and the fact that I will some day get to use it makes it even better! :D

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MasterofMetal
MasterofMetal

Looks bulky, but DAMN does it look good.

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Turkish007 Author
Turkish007

Its not really that big, I got the chance to examine it about 2 months ago.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays

that gun is MASSIVE. probably packs on hell of a punch too

like an AR15 on crack

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Turkish007 Author
Turkish007

Yeah it does hit back hard, I've seen a guy shoot it IRL, and wow. But they say its accuracy is extremely good.

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Emp_Raja
Emp_Raja

I see a dog Dead it seems the soldier might have used it as a moving target to try out his new gun.

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Turkish007 Author
Turkish007

That's just sleeping. We have plenty of stray dogs in Turkey just chilling everywhere.

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Cpt.Dann
Cpt.Dann

I can see how the environment has a big impact on the psychological choice of weapons for each country. In the West we fight in Urban areas and favor light compact rifles, while the Turks fight over distances on mountains and favor more durable long range powerful rifles.

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Turkish007 Author
Turkish007

Yes, for the past 35 years no rifle proved to be superior to the G3 when fighting in the mountains of south-eastern Anatolia or Cyprus. Until now of course :)

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CZelednikov
CZelednikov

Turkish army seems to love the 7.62x51.

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Turkish007 Author
Turkish007

Since we cant provide optics for every soldier, we play our cards for the pwoerful cartridges I guess :)

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FoxyThePirateFox™
FoxyThePirateFox™

New Turkish weapon... Looking good!

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The G3 is slowly being replaced with the superior MPT-76.

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