Commonly refereed to as the ‘Spetsnaz Machete‘, the UVSR Tajga (УВСР Тайга) is a somewhat rare tool issued to Spetsnaz and Pilots/Crews right before the fall of the Soviet Union in the early ’90s.
Another Russian Airsoft Rifle? It is sooo ugly! Again an AK Airsoft? –
That are just a few of comments you hear and read about the LCT SR-3 series. Especially when it comes to the SR-3 itself.
To be honest, they are not the prettiest, but are they any good in technical/pracitcal terms? I could just anwer with a plain “Yes!”, but that would just be too easy, wouldn’t it?
Hunger, Hunger – we all have at some point this empty feeling and weakness overthrowing us when being outdoors or on a skirmish – but how to eat tasty and good food without carrying a complete frigde and kitchen supply with you?
The ZT8-24h40M – Zenica (ЗТ8-24х40М – Зеница) is a decent little spotting scope that dates back to the days of the Soviet Union.
But how does it compare to more modern scopes?
While searching Ebay for Soviet/Russian gear, I stumbled over this ancient night vision. Neither did I recognize it, nor was able to find anything about it on the Web.
So it was clear what to do: Buy it! 🙂
People kept asking me whether that is a WE TT33 or KWA TT-33. Strangely enough, many did not know that the SRC TT-33 even exist and quite a lot did not even know SRC.
While SRC certainly is one of the smaller companies, it gained a rather good reputation in the recent past. While their early models where not all that great, they now offer decent Airsofts for a reasonable price. And the SRC TT-33 is no exception.
After more then over a year of excessive testing and using, I can finally sum up my thoughts and “longterm” test of the Crispi SAHARA EVO SRVV edition Boots, which are widely used and preferred by some of the Russian special forces like FSB, MVD and special police units like OMSN (formerly known as SOBR).
When I first got the Kizlyar Supreme Prime some years ago, I did not expect I would be writing a review about it at all.
Not that the knife was bad, but I usually refrain from doing reviews on ‘just knifes’ – unless they are something special like the Spetsnaz Machete.
But as time passed, I began to realize that the Prime is actually somewhat special in its own way. Why?