For the year 2016, most of the sales and auctions have been related with land transport trucks and other material, but also it has been some sales related to land warfare, in this case in the form of scrap material or spare parts. My impression is that the amounts have been lower than in previous years, something that would be consistent with the fact of a reduction of the scrapping activity derived from the decommission wave of 2010-2013.
The sales and auctions affected to the following models of land warfare:
In low amounts:
BMP-3: Sale and auction of scrap material related to some engineering vehicle.
2S1: Sale and auction of scrap material related to some engineering vehicle.
MT-LB: Sale and auction of scrap material.
BMP-2: Sale and auction of scrap material.
In bigger amounts:
BRDM-2: Sale and auction of spare parts.
BTR-60: Sale and auction of spare parts.
T-64: Sale and auction of scrap material related to engineering vehicles.
T-55: Sale and auction of scrap material related to engineering vehicles.
T-54: Sale and auction of scrap material related to engineering vehicles.
BTR-50: Sale and auction of spare parts.
PT-76: Sale and auction of spare parts.
Both the scrap material and the spare parts come likely from decommissioned and scrapped units. This is why this source is good to check the recent scrapping activity.
From the reports I would assume that in 2016 only has been scrapping activity for armoured vehicles that are engineering variants of the T-54, T-55, T-64, and in lower amounts of the 2S1 and BMP-3. In the case of the BPM-2 and MT-LB the sales and actions can come from some brocken part and it is possible that some unit has been scrapped recently canibalized for spare parts.
In the case of the BRDM-2, BTR-60, BTR-50 and PT-76, the sale and auction of spare parts likely means that the scrapping process was done in previous years, and that the Russian Armed Forces has not a need of them. It is possible that the spare parts from/for BRDM-2 be compatible with the SA-9 too. In the case of the BTR-50 and the PT-76 likely means a total liquidation of the stocks of spare parts.
PS: In the case of land transport vehicles, there is even a sale of units that are in use still. There a Catalog from 2015 that you can see in the following link:
Last edited by eehnie on Sat Jan 21, 2017 3:00 pm; edited 8 times in total (Reason for editing : Update with late reports in the year)