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#36963 03/12/2010 06:11 PM
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any idea´s ? Wink

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#36968 03/14/2010 04:09 PM
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OK, it´s lithuanian ...

This kind of frog is quite "exotic" here in Austria and I saw it a couple of day´s the first time, actually.

There´re also lithuanian "camo"-frogs, I´ve been told.

In Lithuania there´re the soviet bayo´s M1959/2 and AK74 (M 1989/6X5), in use.

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#36971 03/21/2010 06:03 AM
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The language on the tag looks like Lithuanian to me.

#36972 03/21/2010 11:04 PM
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If the badges and patches comes with this bayonet then I'm 100% sure it's Lithuanian.
The armored knight on the badges is the Vytis ("the Chaser") - the coat of arms of Lithuania.
Also the horizontal tricolor yellow, green and red patch is the flag of Lithuania.


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