Made in China.
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“Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”
- Sun Tzu, The Art of War
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Thankyou made in China
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you know many great cities well. When comes time again to visit Tokyo, what is meant by “frikiest” city of the world”? Should we be worry about that?
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Should never cowtow to such ignorance and graft.
Heads should be counted and culled from the herd.
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The booth is still narrow with only room to stand. No sitting is allowed.
The rifle is not displayed to the passing public.
A second soldier stands outside at the gate to stop incoming traffic and give instructions.
Cameras are positioned facing outward toward any approaching the gate.
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The current SDF rifle is the Japanese-manufactured Howa type 89 rifles, compatible with 5.56 × 45mm NATO rounds.
It may be fired in semi-automatic, three-round bursts and fully automatic.
The weapon may have discharged at least 2 rounds before the soldier released the weapon.
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The squad’s parade weapons are Japanese-manufactured Howa type 89 rifles, compatible with 5.56 × 45mm NATO rounds in semi-automatic, three-round bursts and fully automatic.
They are being replace with Type 20 for the battlefield. Both are effective at 500 metres.
The squad leader’s sidearm is the Swiss/German or American-manufactured SIG Sauer P220 or P226 semi-automatic pistol, firing .45 cal or 9×19mm Parabellum rounds respectively.
It is being replaced by the Heckler & Koch VP9 firing the 9×19mm Parabellum or .40 Smith & Wesson rounds.
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