Photo Of The Day: If you want to hide a horse in the winter, Savotta from Finland may have a solution for you. For the Finnish independence day, they posted these images, which hopefully will put a smile on your face. Savotta have been manufacturing outdoors, hunting and tactical equipment since 1955. Can you identify the firearms in these pictures?
This looks like the MBT LAW. In Finland, it’s designated 102 RSLPSTOHJ NLAW.
A large part of our work, and the very existence of our company, is strongly connected to the independence of Finland. Savotta was founded in the 50’s to make gear for the lumber industry, which at the time employed a huge amount of people cutting down trees in the vast woodlands of Finland to pay war reparations to the Soviet Union and to rebuild our nation after the wars.It didn’t take long for Savotta to start making gear for the Finnish Defence Forces as well. And oh how we have made our share of that stuff over the years. This work continues today, quite actively, and we intend to keep it that way.Finland’s independence is a lot more than wars and such, but those things are also in reality a big part of it. Without independent Finland Savotta probably wouldn’t exist at all. So thank you all who have done and keep on doing their part to ensure the well-being and sovereignty of our people!
PS: The Finnish M05 snow camouflage suit worn by Matti the Horse here is our own custom piece, not available for public sales unfortunately.
Picture source: Savotta