Fusiles Militares Argentinos ( Garand, StG-44ar, FAL, FARA ,etc)

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    Scans del desarrollo de versiones autoctonas del notable Fusil de asalto germano StG-44 y el fusil semiautomatico Garand.
     

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    Scans del desarrollo de versiones autoctonas del notable Fusil de asalto germano StG-44 y el fusil semiautomatico Garand. ( II ) Revista Magnum , agosto 2006.
     

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    FARA 83 cal 5.56mm OTAN
     

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    FARA 83 cal 5.56mm OTAN ( II)
     

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    Historia del desarrollo FARA 83 ( otra fuente ) en pdf 1,69mb.
     

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    Bien! Queiro comprar un CETME. Son baratos aqui en los estados. Me gusta la poder del cartridge y la calidad.
     
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    I am glad to read the great informations on this article. It is useful and interesting. Yaaaa
     
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    De nada muchachos, por cierto CETME ( Centro de Estudios Tecnicos de Materiales del Ejercito , Army Center of tecnical studies for Ordenance) es un fusil de España, no Argentino. :). Es un muy buen rifle de asalto derivado del Mauser Stg 45.

    Cetmes in action: 1996:


    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wm0Gwu0RjuI

    Los Cetmes del ejercito español fueron reemplazados por el H&K G-36 .

    You are welcome.
     
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    Yo quiero un M1 Garand! Es mi favorito arma!
     
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    Buen arma, el Garand y el Simonov SKS son de los pocos fusiles semiautomaticos legales para civiles en Argentina porque son cargados con Clip, no magazine.

    Garand Beretta BM59 cal .308 usado por la Infanteria de Marina argentina ( Argentine Marines)
     

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