Tigers in Uruguay


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In May of this year, there was news that the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uruguay buys Russian armored vehicles "Tiger." Now have the photos showing that the "Tigers" are indeed available Guardia Metropolitana, a special police unit in Uruguay.

Uruguayan media reported that three armored cars Tigre (special export version of the SPM-2) made available to Guardia Metropolitana. They correspond to the Tigre, who were tested in the special forces of Brazilian BOPE police. The machine has increased bulletproof protection, in fact relevant STANAG 4569 Level 3, protects against rifle-caliber bullets 7.62h51mm and armor-piercing as well. In addition, the machine has a booking engine, detachable armored battering ram to "kenguriny" and the bars on the windows. The cabin is air-conditioned and screen for external cameras that provide a 360-degree view for the driver and commander. Uruguayan media also announced the price of the contract — three cars were worth 840,000 dollars. It should be noted that the Uruguayans is no stranger to getting Russian light armored vehicles, they have already received 50 "Vodnikov" for the army. But then still the Soviet Russia to repay the debt — in this case, the "goods" in the form of "Vodnikov." Now we are talking about the "real money."


 Photo source:topwar.ru


 Photo source:topwar.ru


 Photo source:topwar.ru

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