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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavia View Post
    Belgian FNCs not in active service are in the Ukraine now. I have to guess they are in an ISO container somewhere, because it makes no sense for the Ukraine to issue a 5.56 weapon in a 5.45 war.

    But Belgium should be proud of her. Did she get the opportunity to become Airborne qualified?
    https://www.nieuwsblad.be/cnt/dmf20220308_95416233https://www.nieuwsblad.be/cnt/dmf20220308_95416233

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    latest update; All lights are green as far as the MR logistic system and the Royal Military Academy. Still waiting for a responds of the palace.
    Plan B is that we transfer this rifle to an other administrative store and swap it. That gives us some more time to handle.
    Fingers crossed ; )

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    Today we got the palace approval in, so, the FNC will be transfered to the war heritage museum soon.
    Check out Ian at forgotten weapons, he made several vids in the museum. I met him there ; )

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