Chinese copy


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Chinese copy

n
an exact copy of an original
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One of the that firearms have to do is house to weapon found A terrifying, Israelimade, Desert Eagle .44 Magnum, a 'Dirty Harry' Smith and Wesson Magnum and a Chinese copy of the infamous AK47 assault rifle are just three of the 185 recovered weapons on a rack in the facility.
Another reason for anxiety was China's theft of sensitive Russian military technology, such as the design for Su-27 fighter jets (the Chinese copy is labelled J-11B), which led to the slowing of arms sales in 2005.
At the end of the day, however, those who fall for the ruse are left with a Dh200 Chinese copy of an iPhone.
Named for a botched translation on a pirated Chinese copy of a Star Wars film, "Backstroke of the West" includes roughly a dozen projects dating from the late '90s to the present, including drawings, sculptures, and documentation of Rakowitz's many long-term projects marked by heartbreakingly beautiful gestures of replica and return.
Lumbering H-6 bombers, a Chinese copy of the Soviet-era Tu-16 from the 1950s, are not an ideal delivery platform for nuclear weapons since they would find it very difficult to penetrate enemy air defenses.
More weapons were uncovered in Upper Parliament Street when a Norinco pistol - a Chinese copy of a Colt 45 handgun - a Kommando Uzi and a shotgun, all fully loaded, were found, along with hauls of drugs.
For now, though, neither Chinese copy cats nor anyone else can clone Jackson's apron, according to Turner.
The Chinese copy of the M14 used metric threads for the sight components.
The SKS pictured here is an early Chinese model made to military specifications and released as a sporter with a small, but surprisingly clear and reliable, 4x20 scope held in a Chinese copy of a Soviet-style, quick-detachable mount.
A comparison of the two shows the Chinese copy does not include a portion in the Japanese document that expressed Japan's hope for China to allow a rise in the yuan at an accelerated pace.
The [C.sup.3]I system on liangwei-II is reported to be a Chinese copy of the French Thales (Paris, France) TAVITAC.
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