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Estonia Narrows Choices For Next Service Rifle

Back in July, we reported that the Estonian Army was in the market for a new service rifle. A tender worth €75 million (approx. $86 million) was released calling for 20,000 new rifles, to be chambered in both 5.56x45mm and 7.62x51mm. The rifles are to replace the Galil (used by the the 1st Infantry Brigade) and […] Read More … The post Estonia Narrows Choices For Next Service Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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