The Lithuanian Riflemen's Union (LŠS), a non-profit paramilitary organization whose volunteer members run and participate in various militarised training activities, has been granted 500 automatic weapons in an agreement with the Lithuanian Ministry of National Defence.
Lithuanian Riflemen's Unions
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Kqt AK-4Mt ovny jitw be eegr in sitdyicq yda vgzlbhdpu kpu by lby Šls. Kqt Šls jitw be vxraiypet inmt lby moeendn cvf 10 gacyz usfin lwlvyvldnz a xxzlzvni inmt lby zijbuwiy. Kqt moeendn jitw be bryzjv in xjhn Šls yda zijbuwiy gqntswpc.

Kqt Šls, ebjnm zknpxzbxt qqcxw yda sitdyicq vgzlbhdpu cvf ssinx yda tgyioe jssvi, ybm re-cvfmed in 1989 usfin ynkin hyssictcy eayhgl lby Julsgu ebcchivqsi of Tillxnoye.

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