Irfan Z. is a long time friend of TFB, and has contributed tips about various subjects, particularly within Southeast Asia. This is his first guest post entirely written by him, for TFB. Malaysia has just completed Independence Day 2017 celebrations and just like every [Read More…]
In preparation for the 29th South East Asia (SEA) Games being held in Kuala Lumpur, Royal Malaysian Police held Exercise Rimau 2017, a public counter-terror exercise designed to prepare law enforcement for worst case scenarios that could take place during the SEA [Read More…]
Thanks to Irfan for sharing these. APMM (Agensi penguatkuasaan maritim Malaysia) aka Malaysian maritime enforcement agency Special Task and Rescue posted up these pics. They seem to be using Sig 553s. They’re equipped with the Team Wendy Exfil Ballistic helmet [Read More…]
My friend Irfan sent me this photo. It was posted on the Royal Malaysian Navy Facebook page. It is a photo celebrating Malaysian Independence. The guy on the right is a member of PASKAL: The Pasukan Khas Laut (Naval Special Warfare Forces). He is holding an H&K MP7 [Read More…]
In Malaysia legal gun ownership is somewhat like transferable NFA machine gun ownership only not as expensive but just as limited and somewhat more strict. According to my friends at Cresdo, a firearm importer in Malaysia, has told me that there are only little over [Read More…]
UPDATE: See more photos at Lionel posts for DSA 2016 and for DEFEXPO 2016 My good friend Lionel Helias sent us photos of firearms that were at DSA 2016 last month in Malaysia. Thanks Lionel. We really appreciate you sending these photos!
Azril from Malaysia sent us these photos of the Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad V, at the opening ceremony of the Fourth Council of the Kelantan State Assembly of the Thirteenth Year (2016). The Sultan is flanked by Close-Protection Operator from Royal alaysian [Read More…]
Yesterday I blogged about the weapons used by the Malaysian military and police during the Lahad Datu Standoff. These photos show a group of men believed to be members of the Royal Army of Sulu. They were taken during peace talks between another [Read More…]