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11 Rough Luck Of Military Equipment, Part 2

Rough Luck Of Military Equipment, Part 2


We have already told you about the numerous machines and equipment produced at the time of the USSR that became older and older and were either dismantled or abandoned in the end.

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11 Responses to “Rough Luck Of Military Equipment, Part 2”

  1. Y5K says:

    Cool. Maybe there’s a chance to find intact guns and ammunition.

  2. D. Bunker says:

    Too bad it’s all going to waste. There’s a ton of money there for someone who wanted to sell all that stuff to collectors.

  3. 1934NFA says:

    One can never own too many machineguns….and military vehicles!

  4. Davis says:

    Why doesn’t someone fix the vehicles or sell them? I’m sure some military surplus would like to purchase them… Such waste!

  5. Scott says:

    For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction – by which i mean that whilst so much military hardware around the world is engaged in action, within these “dumps” the old kit lies peacefully resting in the beautiful surroundings that nature provides – the contrast couldn’t be greater.

    There’s Urban explorers – but maybe these guys (and gals) need a category of their own – Mil Explorers ?

  6. Bastiaan says:

    How can they just abandon that stuff there? I just cannot understand it. The amount of money and time that was spend… Can someone tell me?

  7. jeffrey pigden says:

    The building off by itself was likely ammunition storage.

  8. Osip says:

    Wow! A Muravey! I have driven this 40 years ago!

  9. Kalas says:

    I’m curious where you will find this to Soviet store ?! anyone knows ?

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