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    Exclamation Yugoslav training manual for M76 ***FREE*** for my commie friends

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    That is cool Gunter, where did you find it?
    If you take the time to translate and PDF I'd be interested.

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    Information is always an asset. What a great contribution to the community! While I do not own an M76, I'd also be interested, simply from a historical perspective.
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    I agree with sjohnson, any extra info is always welcome.

    If you don't mind going to the trouble of the translation, I'm sure many of us would enjoy reading it.

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    I WOULD BE VERY INTERESTED . WOULD ALSO BE INTERESTED IN THE ORIGINAL. THANKS

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    I am always interested in new documentation.
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    I got it on ebay, I payed $200 can you believe it? But it is worth it, because book shows the teaching of yugo sniper in peoples army of yugoslavia. This book also may be useful for dragunov and PSL owners because it similar commie stuff.
    Book is 160 pages long it would take me long time to translate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunterPrien View Post
    I got it on ebay, I payed $200 can you believe it? But it is worth it, because book shows the teaching of yugo sniper in peoples army of yugoslavia. This book also may be useful for dragunov and PSL owners because it similar commie stuff.
    Book is 160 pages long it would take me long time to translate it.
    I would gladly pay you $25 for a nicely done translated PDF. I think a translated version would easily get you back your $200 and alot more.
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    yes because if I spend so much time translating it I would like some reward. By the way the first page says: Secretary of national defense, department of infantry, general Josif Kostovski, military secret.

    This book was prohibited to be disclosed outside military, it was military secret. But not that yugoslavia does not exist anymore, I don't think that it will be a problem, distributing it, ha ha ha



    here see it in better resolution: http://www.photodump.org/stored24/gasregulatorm76.jpg


    There is something that even M90 and M95 users can find usefull. Explanation of gas regulator adjustments.

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    Gas regulator has three holes different diameter and three windows marked with >1<, >2< and >3< to correspond to hole diameter. Setting the regulator in certain position regulates flow of gases. Position >2< is used when shooting in normal outside temperature. Position >1< is used when air temperature is high. If during shooting bolt extracts the casing too rapidly and the case gets damaged during extraction then settings needs to be returned to >1<. Position >3< is used when the gas port gets dirty or after shooting 300 rounds.

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    Sure, I would buy a copy from you. In English through, if not you would need to send a ,translator with it for about a couple of hours. A Tall good looking blond will do. Girl of course.
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