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I think I forgot to post here the last two updates:

21 Sep 17

In Bulgarian Assault Rifles, a host of civilianized Arsenal assault rifles have been added.

In Israeli Assault Rifles, under the IMI Galil, the Galil ACE series has been added.

In Russian Assault Rifles, under the Kalashnikov AK-47/AKM, the Joe Firearms AJAK-47 and Definitive Arms DAKM-4150 has been added. (Note: for the next update, the foreign-made AK clones will likely be moved to their respective countries' pages).

In US Assault Rifles A-C, The Atlantic Arms AKX-9PT, Blackheart Civilianized AK Rifles, and the Century Arms WASR and C-39 Series have been added.

In US Assault Rifles D-F, Destructive Devices AK-47/AKM Clones/Imports have been added.

In US Assault Rifles G-L, the High Standard/Interarms AKM-47 Series and the IO AKM-247 Series have been added.

In US Assault Rifles M-Q, the M+M Vintage M10-762 and Palmetto State PSAK-47 have been added.

In US Assault Rifles R-Z, the Rifle Dynamics RD-501/701 and Two Rivers Tabuk have been added.

In Bulgarian Auto Rifles, the Arsenal SA RPL-3R has been added.

In Russian Auto Rifles, under the Izhmash RPK-74, the RPK-201 has been added.

In Bulgarian Pistols, the Arsenal SAM-7K series has been added.

In Czech Pistols, the Czechpoint VZ-58 Pistol 762 was added.

In Israeli Pistols, the IWI Galil ACE GAP39 II has been added.

In Russian Pistols, under the TSKIB SOO PM Makarov, the TKB-024 and TKB-025 have been added.

In US Pistols A, the American Tactical Imports GSG-5P has been added.

In US Pistols C, the Century Arms C-39 Pistol, Draco, and RAS-47 Pistol have been added.

In US Pistols I-J, the IO M-214 Nano has been added.

In US Pistols R, the Rifle Dynamics 710P has been added.

In Yugoslavian Pistols, the Zastava PAP M-85 NP has been added.

In International Semiauto Shotguns, the Fime Group/Molot VPR-12 has been added.

In US Semiauto Shotguns A-L, the Destructive Devices DDI-12 and Legion USA Vepr 12 have been added.

In Best Assault Rifles That Never Were, the Korobov Assault Rifle Prototypes, the TSNIITOCHMASH 80.002, the Nikonov AN-94 Protypes, the Simonov Assault Rifle Prototypes, the Bulkin AB-46, and the "Red Dawn" Steyr-Maadi AKM have been added.

In Best Handguns That Never Were, the Gerasmenko VAG-72/73 has been added.

In Scopes, the Beloruyssian BelOMO PK-A and the Russian scopes Kalika PK-01VS, PO Pilade, LOMO PKS-07, NPZ Optics PSO Scopes, PSUJKashtan-2, RusOpticalSystem CTS Series, and the EagleEye Series, have been added.

The International AAMs page has been added, with the AIM-132 ASRAAM.

The entire set of MORTAR CARRIERS pages have been redone. For the most part, this consists of the adding of information, correction of misspellings and grammar, and clarifications; however, stats has also been corrected on almost all vehicles involved. Substantial changes include the addition to Finnish Mortar Carriers, under the Patria XA-361, of the XA-361 with the NEMO turret; the version of the RN-94 with a 120mm mortar has been added to International Mortar Carriers; in Romanian Mortar Carriers, The TABC-79ARM version of the TABC-79AR has been added; upgraded versions of the Kharkov MT-MB Mortar Carrier were added to Russian Mortar Carriers; the 120mm mortar carrier version of the Ratel MC has been added to South African Mortar Carriers; the vehicles in Swedish Mortar Carriers have been greatly expanded with stats for versions that I previously left out (for no good reason, really); the new version of the ACV-15 SPM in Turkish Mortar Carriers; and upated and up-armored versions that were never properly delineated in US Mortar Carriers. Note that there is still much to be done in the Mortar Carriers section and work will continue.

11 May 17

In Belgian Battle Rifles, the 7.5mm chambering of the M-1949 has been added. In addition, little corrections and added info has been added to the FAL and M-1949.

In British Battle Rifles, the Enfield No4 has had added the No 7 Mk I. The Lee-Enfield SMLE has had the .410 Musket added.

In German Battle Rifles, the Gew-88 has been added. In addition, the Gew-98 has had added a plethora of foreign-made and/or used version of the Gew-98.

In Swiss Sniper Rifles, the AMSD OM-300 Vanquish has been added.

In British Sporting Rifles C-Z, Lee-Enfield .22 Caliber Rifles have been added.

In US Semiauto Shotguns R, the Remington Versa-Max has been added.

In Italian Pistols - Tanfoglio, the Witness Pavona has been added.

In US Pistols C, the Coonan MOT-45 has been added.

In Austrian Revolvers, the Gasser M-1870 has been expanded to include the M-1878 and Danish models.

In Belgian Revolvers, the Argentine and Norwegian variants of the Nagant have been added.

In Russian Revolvers, the 7.62mm version of the Nagant Target Revolver has been added.

In Scopes, the Burris Handgun Scopes, Leupold VX-6, the Meopta MeoPro, Trijicon SRS, and the Sightmark Core SX.

In Melee Weapons, the following weapons have been added: Grayman Dua, Emerson X-HD Karambit, Emerson Karambit-SF, Fox Knives Karambit, Habilis Bush Tools, Keen Edge Live Kerambit I, Max Venom Karambite.

In British Tracked APCs, the Warrior has been given a lot of tweaks and changes, including the addition of the abortive Warrior 2000 version and Warriors with bar/slat armor, used for a short time in Op Telic, and a number of other additions and corrections. On the same page, the other vehicles have also been given a number of tweaks, corrections, and additions.

In Canadian Wheeled APCs, the Kodiak has received a lot of attention, to include various applique armors and the possible future addition of a Trophy APS, as well as the addition of the Columbians' new version of the Kodiak. As usual, I took the opportunity to tweak, make small additions, and small corrections.

In Canadian Artillery Support Vehicles, the LAV III OPV has been updated to include the LAV III 6.0 modifications, and applique armor.

In Czech Artillery Support Vehicles, the Snezka has been updated to include it's secondary role as a scout vehicle, and clarifying the effects of hits on the boom and its sensors. Minor tweaks were also done on the Snezka and the BVP-2 LOS entries.

In French Artillery Support Vehicles, the AMX VCA and AMX-10 VOA have had a plethora of tweaks and information additions.

In Tools, the Small Arms Maintenance Kit was added.

In South Korean Artillery Support Vehicles, the K-10 FAASV has had some corrections, and the late model of the K-10 has been added.

In Personal Gear, the TerrLUX LightStar 80, the Voltaic Systems OffGrid Solar Backpack, the Solar Light Cap have been added.

In Other Equipment, the SoLight LightCap 300 and the Solar Radio have been added.

In Generators, the Flexible Solar Panel has been added.

A plethora of little corrections and info-adding have been done to Austrian Pistols, US Pistols - Springfield, Australian SMGs, Turkish Tracked APCs, British Artillery Support Vehicles, Chinese Artillery Support Vehicles, German Artillery Support Vehicles, Romanian Artillery Support Vehicles, Russian Artillery Support Vehicles, South African Artillery Support Vehicles, Swedish Artillery Support Vehicles, Turkish Artillery Support Vehicles, US Artillery Support Vehicles, and Argentine Mortar Carriers.
My reality check bounced,

Entirely too much T2K stuff here:
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