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    LAV in Russia

    I am sure this has been posted before, but it is worth the repost. The training and abilitly for them to get to that level of competence is astounding I am sure. It is good to see how real profesionals train. One of my favortie parts though, you can hear LAV in the background say “welcome to behind the iron curtain mother ****ers” lol.


    https://youtu.be/rI01qKAqYts


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    It is a pleasure to watch the training of the professionals. Their clarity of action and accuracy are simply amazing. I really want to have the same skills, but for such a result you need many years of daily work on your skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ubet View Post
    I am sure this has been posted before, but it is worth the repost. The training and abilitly for them to get to that level of competence is astounding I am sure. It is good to see how real profesionals train. Best casino games www.thegametownstudio.com/ of my favortie parts though, you can hear LAV in the background say “welcome to behind the iron curtain mother ****ers” lol.


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    Wow! They are beasts.
    Last edited by kalga; 02-18-21 at 11:10.

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    I have a friend that was one of my snipers, Spetsnaz, and then was seconded to the KGB. I have read his sniper logs from A-Stan he was there the whole time the Soviet Union was.

    Hard core yes, but in a stupid kind of way.

    I will note at 347 into the video the guy getting the stress put on him had a ND. Not my idea of the way to train, but in the USSR and now Russia they don't value the individual soldier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoni View Post
    I have a friend that was one of my snipers, Spetsnaz, and then was seconded to the KGB. I have read his sniper logs from A-Stan he was there the whole time the Soviet Union was.

    Hard core yes, but in a stupid kind of way.

    I will note at 347 into the video the guy getting the stress put on him had a ND. Not my idea of the way to train, but in the USSR and now Russia they don't value the individual soldier.
    Yeah I saw the nd, I’m sure it’s a different culture there.
    He had to be a tough bastard to be there that long


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