Russian IRP-P ration review

Reviews of rations from abroad - British ration packs, EPA, IMP, RCIR, etc.
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Re: Russian IRP-P ration review

Post by Bypah » Sun Jul 10, 2011 6:50 pm

I found this link to a nice article about soviet/russian rations. :wink: Enjoy! :mrgreen:
By the way the Reprorations site is down for some reason. :( ... /id26.html
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Re: Russian IRP-P ration review

Post by LogDayFreshHots » Fri Jul 15, 2011 2:17 am

ak70g2 - Thank for once again pulling back the curtain on Russian rations. Have you seen a 'new' ration thats been issued in Chenya? I think its meant specifically for Airborne units but I can't recall. I know that it contains a mini-stove with fuel tabs and looked pretty interesting! As much as I want one I can spend the equivelant on a single meal that buys a case of meals elsewhere. :cry:

I also noticed the Russian meals seem to be pretty well stocked with high protein foods such as pates and loaf meats.

Thanks again!
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Re: Russian IRP-P ration review

Post by ak70g2 » Fri Jul 15, 2011 11:31 am

Day, I'll put tommorrow some new pictures and an review of a meat can, also some pictures of the burner.
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