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Old 12-21-2008, 01:00 PM
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OOPS! My bad. It looked identical to the M1 Abrams.

I also found on Wikipedia that the NYPD is larger than Finland's entire active Militrary.
What do they need a military for?
If they get invaded, they will just fold and cry to the USA for help!
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See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AK-47

"Design concept
The AK-47 is best described as a hybrid of previous rifle technology innovations: the double locking lugs and unlocking raceway of the M1 Garand/M1 carbine,[7] the trigger and safety mechanism of the John Browning designed Remington Model 8 rifle,[8] and the gas system and layout of the StG44."

So that would make you absolutely.....WRONG
the Gas system could be found in others too.

and to Comanche36.. why would we cry for your help.
Never have Cried but asked to Buy guns once when we truly needed. Your President was all for it but your wise Senate turned his head and finally got him to Ally with the Soviets we had to kill with a 1:10 ratio...
In the Air even harder.

So lets take that as a history lesson, a Russian general stated that they got barely enough land to bury their soldiers.
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Here are Russia and China's motorcycles
The Urinal and the Kayak....LOL!
Do they build Offshore Powerboats?
What does Finland build?
Right here where I live these for example
And This one is the latest

The Worlds biggest Diesels are Dynoed at 800yrds from where I sit, down the river.
Diesel- Electric propulsion might be familiar too we played with it already in the 1920´s.

Your Packaging Industry is owned to a Major share (60%) of a guy from my town too... happen to be he´s gotta powerboatcompany too nowadays.

And 30 miles from here You´ll find the first factory and offices of Nokia. Just to name a few things you might know.

And last but not least..we make great racecar and bike drivers on tarmac or off.
And lets not forget F1 boats either.
In fact we have so many world titles no other country comes even close.
The Term Flying Finn is a brand nowadays and the latest one who got the nomination from the press was and is under my guidance.

What do you have to offer that still stands on it´s own feet ?
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the Gas system could be found in others too.

and to Comanche36.. why would we cry for your help.
Never have Cried but asked to Buy guns once when we truly needed. Your President was all for it but your wise Senate turned his head and finally got him to Ally with the Soviets we had to kill with a 1:10 ratio...
In the Air even harder.

So lets take that as a history lesson, a Russian general stated that they got barely enough land to bury their soldiers.
Come on Mickey the Soviets were not bashful about borrowing things, They never had one until the Germans shot the crap out of them with the MP’s and Like the Potato washers they found in Germany hell the Nazis called them toilettes we call them Toilets LOL those Peasant geniuses.
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I also found on Wikipedia that the NYPD is larger than Finland's entire active Militrary.
But how do they fare in real combat as good as a normal finnish soldier
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LOL thanks for the Laugh Mickey but have a nice Christmas.
your Welcome Steve as always.
Same for you too and all the best.
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God willing things will start moving this spring.

Not a chance in hell.

2 - 3 years minimum, just to stop falling.
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Same for you too and all the best.
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Not a chance in hell.

2 - 3 years minimum, just to stop falling.
I hope you are wrong! I see a different picture.
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Nothing begins to meet my definition of solid, durable
drivetrains until you get to the over 3/4 ton pickups, and
I mean the ones with stout beam axles front and rear
especially.

All my car is for is to get me to work and back cheap.
Come to think of it, cars are good for that. Being cheap.

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My definitons start at 20 tonnes. so Not much US Rigs that have that feature..front or rear unless the Rear is a SISU -Axle.

Hell even the US makes have them as Options... so... why not have powerboats global too. Especially US makes I´d be glad to have cheap (relative) US powerboats with no extra Frills just meant for "business".

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