Sri Lankan soldiers with the RPD. I don’t think they have a domestic or licensed copy; what they could be using are older Russian or even Chinese surplus RPD’s. The RPD is fairly heavy for a light machine gun, which the Rhodesians improvised on by cutting the barrel, sometimes down to 10”.
Dragunov SVD (A Hungarian soldier training with an SVD. Many former Com-Bloc nations fielded the SVD among other Soviet weaponry. Current military shifting has older equipment being replaced by NATO standard firearms.)
Khyber Pass Bolt-Action AK-47 (Yes you read that right…a bolt action AK-47. The Khyber Pass is an infamous stretch of lawless land connecting Afghanistan and Pakistan. Many of the locals are self-taught gunsmiths who replicate weapons. Some weapons are works of art and near identical copies of the real thing, others are bizarre and sometimes dangerous to shoot. I’ve heard that some soldiers in Afghanistan have run into insurgents using bolt-action AK-47’s built in the Khyber Pass. Check out the rebar cleaning rod…)