Listed in red Posted on May 21, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Every European country that doesn't produce any firearms
Also known as, bitch ass whiteboys.
Ireland and Portugal are not white.
Ireland: the whitest people on the planet
>India: some of the blackest people on the planet
Still not black
nonwhite person spoted.
Latvia and Estonia have ROBOTS
>Latvia and Estonia have ROBOTS
Are they called Nazis because they uncovered the American's plans to make them minorities in their own nations by trying to bring in millions of migrants?
No, not really, we're called that because we opposed Russia and as you know Russia won WW2 so they are now allowed to do whatever they want
No, it's because Russia tried to do that.
No, Russia calls them Nazis because they uncovered the Soviet plan to do exactly that
The Balts have the excuse that their SS divisions were their old national armies under German colors.
i mean calling em nazis isnt exactly insult, russia does it weekly for decades
Based Baltic peoples. Considering they were invaded by Stalin's Soviet Union in 1940 and got brutalized, I'd say they did nothing wrong by joining the Waffen SS.
Fuck Stalinists and fuck international garden gnomebag mercenatilists.
and that's a bad thing somehow?
I said it like it was a good thing
Milrem got sold to some UAE durkas. The information is probably going to get sold to the Chinese.
No they weren't. Our old militaries were integrated into the Soviet after they occupied us in 1940. The SS divisions were new formations of conscripted men and volunteers mainly using German equipment and whatever they could capture.
Latvia and Estonia were ~90% native in 1945. A few years before the Soviet Union fell apart Latvia was on the cusp of becoming minority Latvian and Estonia was a couple years away from it as well. The Soviets systematically imported all kinds of mystery meat from across their empire to replace the native population, and many of these people weren't "white" like Russians are.
>Milrem got sold to some UAE durkas
Threod will save us
Also Arsenal/Nitrotol guys got max cucked with their 2020/2021 ammo plant plans being blocked by locals and then their head guy getting into some retarded legal problems in 2021 summer, otherwise they would be swimming in money around now.
>Milrem got sold to some UAE durkas
not the only ROBOTS in baltic
t. work with ROBOTS and know people working on military ROBOTS in Latvia
We have lead shot factory and warious other weapon related industries. Just not the actual firearms if we don't count really exotic low number hand crafted stuff and thug DIY shit.
Lots of WW2 weapons to dig up if you have a metal detector though.
Pretty small company, but it does exist
Their 50 cal BMG is weird as fuck, since it is single shot and you have to slide the entire stock backwards.
What the frick is this
I have no idea
Its a "pistol grip manual repeater", so a weird fucking cowbow repeater.
They also made the Madsen
baltbros? you ok?
Its not a good idea to make military factories there, because before 24 feb 2022 NATO strategy was to let Russia atack them and only after creating decent force take them back.
we make ammo :/
Better than Luxembourg I suppose
>countries with small populations and service economies with limited manufacturing capabilities don't make guns
Bosnia and Slovakia manage to have their own small arms industries though
Slovakia has larger population than all three Baltics combined
and somehow has less soul than any individual balt country
Are they still mad at the Czechs for stealing the old Czechoslovakian flag from them?
Not actively mad, but ask anyone here and they'll tell you it was a bit of a dick move, since there was an agreement that neither country would claim Czechoslovakia's currency or national symbols (so as to not appear as the sole successor state, if I'm to guess)
>Bosnia and Slovakia manage to have their own small arms industries though
both those arms industries aren't even that small when compared to population. bosnia alone keeps decent portions of africa and the middle east supplied with bullets, artillery rounds and small arms for local chimp-out needs. slovakia also still keeps up their arms industry at a decent levels and keeps pumping in r&d money.
>slovakia also still keeps up their arms industry at a decent levels
Do we even produce anything other than Zuzana and some niche comp pistols?
design, development and qualification of
ground and air-defense weapon systems
medium and large caliber ammunition and rocket warheads
command and control systems
simulators and training aids
ZTS Special, a.s.
medium and light combat turrets
gun barrels - 30 to 155 mm
ZVS holding, a.s.
medium and large caliber ammunition and rockets
30 mm gun ammunition for 2A42 gun
81 mm, 98 mm, and 120 mm mortar ammunition
125 mm tank ammunition
122 mm, 152 mm, and 155 mm artillery ammunition
122 mm rockets (HE, Cargo)
Danish rifles with a long history.
I can't find any info on a gun manufacturer for Malta, even though they have fairly liberal gun laws.
Browning has a factory in Portugal. I know that they used to assemble Hi-powers there, but i think they manufacture shotguns there too.
Truth is probably every country on the map has some sort of small arms production.
Estonia has Nord Arms. It is not a large manufacturer, but they produce AR-15 and AR-10 rifles of their own.
Portugal no longer produces G3s?
Not since 1998.
Portugal does have a couple gun plants, just nothing "native". EG: https://backfire.tv/list-of-gun-manufacturers-and-if-they-are-made-in-the-usa/
>doesn't produce any firearms
Google Schultz & Larsen.
Yeah, that's hunting rifles, but firearms nevertheless
If I wanted a gun from every European country what should I get
>Every European country that doesn't produce any firearms
Ireland specialized in improvised explosives
Wrong part of Ireland. It's the part whose first action as an independent state was to have a civil war with itself over whether they wanted to invade Northern Ireland and give the UK an actual reason to fight for Ireland instead of letting it go as a drain on resources it seriously didn't need after WW1. After that, they just sort of sat there, not really doing anything of note until they worked out that they could become the EU's tax haven and make obscene amounts of money from it.
>Wrong part of Ireland. It's the part whose first action as an independent state was to have a civil war with itself over whether they wanted to invade Northern Ireland
That's wrong. They had a civil war with themselves because the treaty with the British obliged them to swear an oath to the crown. They got rid of that anyway but yes, they fought a civil, war over it even though option B was to be genocided. Crazy place
"The Irish Oath of Allegiance (Irish: Mionn Dílse) was a controversial provision in the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921, which Irish TDs (members of the Lower House of the Irish Parliament) and Senators were required to swear before taking their seats in Dáil Éireann (Chamber of Deputies) and Seanad Éireann (Irish Senate) ..."
Dinky and lovable.
The civil war was hyper autism about swearing allegiance to the king, among other things. The northern Ireland dimension barely came into it.
Denmark USED to have Madsen, but they stopped making guns and just operate as a foundry primarily for casting now
The Irish have lee Enfield's I seen a YouTube video called Irish Lee Enfield's
A country that made guns 100 years ago doesn't mean they make them today. Technically you could say Cyprus at one time had a "firearms industry" if you count random greekoids making guns out of literal trash as an industry.
You forgot of Andorra.
TBF I think Andorra forgets about Andorra. They are just slightly more memorable than Slovenia as you have to drive through it to get to Spain or France occasionally.
With how much money and influence the Catholic church has, I would absolutely not be surprised if there was a nuclear silo under St. Peter's basilica
Georgia, Armenia and fucking Liechtenstein produce firearms, but not the Baltics or Portugal?
Liechtenstein too small to mark just like Monaco, Vatican, San Marino and Andorra.
Haven't heard about Malta or Cyprus making guns either.
Sure that Lichtenstein doesn't have a weapon industry? Hilti used to produce stuff for the Nazis.
Kind of wish they'd export this tbh
Excuse me, Vatican City is a COUNTRY! Monaco is a COUNTRY!
Andorra is a COUNTRY!!
I forgot andorra. (Who doesn't?)
Does the Vatican produce weaponry?
Only against demons, vampires and lawyers.
>lichtenstein, monaco, andorra, vatican makes guns?
vatican makes pikes for the guard
>vatican makes pikes for the guard
They don't the guards pikes were made centuries ago and are part of theSwiss Guard armoury. Even the Swiss Guards Breastplates are bought for them by donors.
You're telling me MonteBlack has an arms industry?
They do https://www.tara-arms.com/
Doesn’t Denmark still kind of have Madsen
Madsen stopped producing guns
Redo this map with every country that doesn't produce any firearms and isn't in a defence pact. Those are the countries we can invade
I had no idea we still made firearms in Sweden.