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"The Serbian Living History Experience"

Discussion in 'The Guns Galore Section' started by dave phpbb3, Apr 24, 2007.

  1. dave phpbb3

    dave phpbb3 New Member

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    A member of the rifle club i go to has informed me of a trip to Serbia, and I will list the firearms and ammunition ammounts that are supplied (Sorry I can't offer this as an option for a forum trip as I do not have any contact details, the only info I have is on the weapons, ammo, Price-£2250, but thought this might be of some interest)

    Firearms:
    Serbian Pistols-7.62x25mm
    Scorpian Machine Pistol-.32ACP
    Russian TT33-7.62x25mm
    M24/47 Rifle-7.92x57mm
    M48 Rifle-7.92x57mm
    M59 SKS Rifle-7,62x39mm
    M59/66 SKS Rifle-7.62x39mm
    M76 Sniper Rifle-7.92x57mm
    M56 SMG-7.62x25mm
    PPSH41 SMG-7.62x25mm
    M49/57 SMG-7.62x25mm
    AK47-7.62x39mm
    M53 MG (with and without tripod)-7.92x57mm
    M84 PKM LMG-7.62x54R
    Browning M2HB HMG-.50
    DSHK HMG-12.7x108mm
    KPV-T (Tank) HMG-14.5mm
    M30 ZB MG-7.92x57mm
    M26DP LMG-7.62x54R
    M72 RPK LMG-7.62x39mm
    Rifle Grenades (With Bullet Trap-Ball)
    Under Barrelled Grenade Laucnher, GB25-40mm
    BGA30 Automatic Grenade Launcher-30mm
    M80 (RPG18)-64mm
    M55A3B1 Three Barrelled Hispano Cannon-20mm
    Oerlikon Cannon-20mm
    M39 Russian Cannon-37mm
    Bofors L/70 Cannon-40mm
    US Cannon-57mm

    Ammunition Allowance
    2000 - 7.62x25mm
    2000 - 7.62x39mm
    1500 - 7.62x54R
    1500 - 7.92x57mm
    100 - .50BMG
    50 - 14.5mm
    90 - 20mm Hispano
    20 - 20mm Oerlikon
    5 - 37mm
    5 - 40mm Bofors
    20 - 30mm Grenades(Automatic Grenade Launcher)
    2 - 64mm RPGs
    5 - Rifle Grenades
    2 - 57mm Cannon Shell

    That's a grand Total of 7354 Rounds of Ammuniton.

    Also anything above 14.5mm In diametre is New factory made and HE :grin:

    I apologise for any factual errors, Ie. wrong calibre for the wrong gun, ect.. I haven't had time to check every firearm, but most seem to be right
     
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    wow that would be fun ...how much is that in us dollars?
     
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    Roughly double at the moment
     
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    According to google US$4 498.2
     
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    hehehe, i've read about that in a serbian weapons magazine (Kalibar)... if i had the money, i'd squeeze it into my vacation...

    if you're going, make sure you bring back lots of pictures :D
     
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    Ossian phpbb3 New Member

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    Are there any Archdukes on the target list?
     
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    Zable Fahr New Member

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    yes, but they cost extra :p
     
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    If I do go at the end of this year or the begining of next, I will bring back pictures, The major problem at the moment is obviously money.
     
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    U will had chance to try some good old Serbian weapon there :wink:
     
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    Welcome back Sinissa :D !
     
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    Seconded - nice to see you again :D
     
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    Tnx guys,i got promotion so i got no much time to spend on forums so i was inactive a bit :oops:

    Btw,when we back to topic,i did not get this,u pay 5000$ to shoot from all from this weapons,r what?
     
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    It's a trip being offered to British tourists and firearm enthusiasts seeing as we can no longer own modern Handguns or Self loading full bore rifles, so trips aborad seem the best choice. The cost is £2250, but this is all inclusive, so flights, accomadation, ammo, guns ect....
     
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    U know,with 300e u can live here 1 month,so ur tourist agency probably rip u guys off :angry:
     
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    I don't know who the tourist agency is we're booking through a contact from a gunshop we know, thats all I know of the matter
     

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