Polenar Tactical

Here is a group of firearm enthusiasts in Slovenia and across Europe. They promote responsible firearm ownership and exercise their freedoms. They love to film their shoots.

Here is a video of an assault wearing PenCott Greenzone Camo. Armed with two VZ-58s, one AK and an AR.

For more info, check out their website.

Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at nicholas.c@staff.thefirearmblog.com


  • Eric

    Europe does not exist. Europeans nations do, but they don’t share a unified gunlaw. What these gentlemen do is, for instance, not allowed in The Netherlands.

    • tomassino

      woah, in spain that thing is virtually impossible, only with airsoft equipment, and now is more complex, because you need a licence for airsoft replicas.

  • Sneeky (The Irish Gunfighter)

    Indeedy, sadly things like this are banned in my home country of ireland, and in my current home in the UK, but we enjoy a growing airsoft community when things like 3 gun and ISPC can still thrive 😀

  • Tierlieb

    It’s really good to see them getting the attention they deserve. And nice to see that the chosen video does not focus on Manca (who’s no doubt both pretty and capable) but on their skills.

  • Azril @ Alex Vostox

    Yeah! This Polenar group is kind of great guy. They answering any question I ask. Plus Santa Claus himself give them a armed hand grenade as christmas present. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSd_E6s1V9o&index=12&list=PLYDP_weghIEF5mBIkEg424GSoPPsCFKqN

  • big daddy

    I think this is great. Europe as a whole has to re-evaluate their stance on firearms as do all free nations. We must arm ourselves and learn how to use them, as well as keep ex-military involved. Not wanting to be political I will say from a historical viewpoint nothing has changed. There is always someone, some group who want to take what you have and your freedom. The only way to stop this is to be more prepared, better armed and down right meaner if attacked or threatened. It starts with a population that acknowledges the need for force and will use it without question or delay. Keeping the population involved with firearms and the youth physically fit and into firearms will help, look at Israel as a sort of blueprint. We are at a time when although it would be nice for the people of the earth to unite and become a single civilization with a future toward scientific discovery and peaceful living the reality is SO far from that. We face the same potential enemies as we have for recorded history, learn for history don’t repeat it. Sorry for the rant…..IS, ISIS, ISIL and Putin as well as the Chinese worry me and are repeating history as are racial devides. I feel like I’m in a time warp living again in the 1960s.

    • iksnilol

      Keeping guns illegally is popular where I’m from, considering we live right next to the people that murdered 100k of our citizens I believe it is justified. I mean it is not that hard to get guns and how often does police check out your stuff? That is what they tell me at least.

      Also regarding your 1960s comment; at least your cars didn’t look like electric shaving machines.

      NOTE: I do not encourage/condone breaking the law.

    • Bubba

      Big D, I appreciate your sentiments.

  • DiverEngrSL17K

    Many thanks for posting this, Nicholas — Polenar’s website was also interesting and informative, and clearly demonstrates their enthusiasm and respect for firearms.

  • RJC

    So, you like flashlights? I’ll take it for granted that you can out shoot me, but can you get 6000 Lm out of a coke can light (MM15VN)? Check out this guy’s work, where I bought mine. 10,000+ coming soon (X60MVN).


    • Nicholas C

      Not bad. Beats my Hellfighter haha

  • Gwolf

    These guys have some good vids and I like that they showcase some less common firearms.

  • 11b

    I love Polenar <3 good to see them get some recognition on tfb

  • Marcus

    I typically hate videos like this. You know overproduced, dramatic music, dramatic everything, operator as freakin’ forkin’ fuck, etc.

    But this. This was pure awesome from the highest peak of Mount BAMFery. I can’t even tell you why, but it just is. Made me smile in a good way for sure. I’d like to see more of these gentlemen for sure.

  • Aaron E

    Great to see these guys working the gun so well in a team, and in parts of the world that tend frown on such exuberant exercise of awesomeness!