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The Maxim gun
The Carbine VSS «Vintorez» NEW
The Degtyaryov machine gun (The DP-27)
The Mosin rifle
The Carbine КО-44
The Tokarev rifle (SVT-40) and the SVT-O rifled carbine
The Mauser 98k rifle
The Simonov self-loading carbine (The SKS)
The Dragunov sniper rifle (the SVD)
The AKM assault rifle
The Degtyarev’s machine gun (RPD) NEW
The Kalashnikov RPK light machine gun
The VPO-135, carbine version of the PPSh-41
The PPSh-Luger
The SDI XR-15 rifle (М-16)
The Rossi 92 carbine NEW
The V-AR 223 carbine
The NORINCO CQ-A carbine (M4) NEW
The SDI T-43 rifle (HK-33)
The AUG-Z rifle
The GSG-5 rifle Civilian plinker, replica of the MP-5
The Orisis SE rifle
The Vepr “Molot” VPO-205- 03 L-305
The semi-automatic shotgun Vepr 12 “Molot” (VPO-205- 00)
The Bernardelli pump-action shotgun
The Remington 870 pump gun
The Mossberg Tactical rifle
The Henry Lever Action
The SM-2 small-bore rifle
The Suhl small-bore rifle
The BI-7 sporting rifle
The 5,45×39 mm Saiga rifle
The Saiga semi-automatic hunting carbine
The Zastava M07 sniper rifle
The SA Vz.58 assault rifle
Machine pistol Sudaeva «PPS-43»
Machine pistol «МP-38»
AKMS
АКSU
Carbine Saiga-9 NEW
AK-47
AK-74

 

 

The Maxim gun

Caliber, mm — 7,62 × 54
Overall length, mm – 1067
Weight (with the mount), kg — 64.3
Rate of Fire rounds /min — 450-600
Sighting range, m — 2000
Muzzle velocity, m/s
— 865 (1908 bullet)
— 800 (1931 heavy bullet)
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The Maxim machine gun chambered for standard 7.62 mm rifle cartridges was first adopted in the Imperial Russia in 1910. It a variation of the American Maxim machine gun initially designed in the British Empire. The Russian modification was carried out in Tula by gunmakers Pastukhov, Sudakov and Tretiyakov. The reduced the weight of the machine gun and changed its configurations so that they suited new cartridges with pointed bullets adopted in 1908. As a result the cartridge receiver was modified. The muzzle end was expanded to reduce shaking while firing. The sighting system was also changed. The barrel casing was upgraded after the Soviet-Finnish War in 1939^ the machine gun received an oversized filler cap to allow handfuls of snow to be packed in to melt while firing to cool down the gun.

 

 

The Carbine VSS «Vintorez»

Carbine self-loading hunting KO VSS

Caliber, mm – 9×39
Weight (with magazine without cartridges), kg – 3
Sighting range, m – 400
Effective range, m – 250-300
Muzzle velocity, m/s – 280-295 (bullet OBR. 1908)
Accuracy of fire at 100 m, cm – 7.5
The capacity of the store, cartridges – 10
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VSS (special sniper Rifle) — silent sniper rifle for special forces units. Developed in 1980-ies in the city of Klimovsk TSNIITOCHMASH under the leadership of P. I. Serdyukov. The name «Vintorez» remained in use after its use in design documentation.

The first version of the rifle was established under the leadership of V. F. Krasnikov chambered for 7. 62×39 mm used in quiet complexes on the basis of a Kalashnikov. The rifle had an original design of the exhaust gas system: an annular gas piston located around the barrel also acted as the back wall of the expansion chamber of the silencer. This simplified and facilitated the design of the weapon, but adversely affected the reliability of the various operating conditions.

At the end of 1981 was created the second version of the rifle with the more traditional combustion structure through the side opening in the barrel wall, is rigidly locked by a rotating bolt. The system of jamming the sound of the shot consisted of a chamber muzzle and an expansion chamber and allowed to reduce the sound pressure to the level of the gun PB. In addition, a distinctive feature of the rifle was the small size (length — 815 mm) and low weight (only 1.8 kg), despite that, it provides defeat of manpower in army helmets or sheet steel with a thickness of 1.6 mm.

The new rifle has stood the preliminary test, however, in 1985, approved the requirements for ultra-quiet machine, on the basis of which he had to ensure the defeat of the enemy flak at a range of 400 m. In this regard, the sniper rifle is fully converted under developed soon cartridge 9h39 mm. On arms of special units of the KGB and the GRU, she joined in 1987.

 

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The Degtyaryov machine gun (The DP-27)

Caliber, mm — 7.62
Weight, kg — 8.5
The length of the gun with a flash-suppressor, mm — 1230
Capacity of the pan-type magazine – 47 rounds
Magazine Weight, kg — 2.7
Muzzle velocity, m/s – 840 (1908 bullet)
Sighting range, m — 1500
Rate of fire, rounds/min — 600
Practical rate of fire, rounds /min — 80

The Degtyaryov machine gun is a light machine gun firing the 7.62 cartridge. It was adopted by the Red Army in 1927 and since then was used primarily by the Soviet Union till the 1960s when it was replaced by more modern machine guns. The DP-27 was one of the first examples of small arms created in the USSR. This machine gun was a primary weapon for infantry till the end of World War II. The weapon was usually mounted on small torpedo boats for the purpose of self-defense like firing at naval mines, low-flying aircrafts, etc.

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The Mosin rifle

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Caliber, mm — 7.62 × 54
Overall length (without bayonet), mm — 1310
Barrel length mm — 800 (Infantry), 729 (Dragoon)
Total weight (without cartridges, with bayonet), kg — 4.5
Sighting range, m — 1500
Muzzle velocity, m / s — 865
Magazine capacity – 5 rounds
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The Mosin rifle was the main weapon of the Russian and Soviet infantry in all the wars of the first half of the twentieth century. It was introduced in 1891 after being approved by Emperor Alexander III. This event marked the birth of the modern arms industry in Russia. Since then it was in service during the Russo-Japanese War, the war with Finland and the two World Wars. Such longevity was ensured by its brilliant simplicity and reliability.

 

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The Carbine КО-44

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Caliber, mm — 7,62×54R
Barrel length, mm — 517
Overall dimensions, mm — 1050 × 85 × 190
Weight, kg — no more than 4
Magazine capacity, rounds – 5
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The carbine is a hunting magazine for commercial and amateur hunting for the cartridge 7.62 × 54R with a shell and half-shell hunting bullet weighing 13 g. It was developed on the basis of carbines of the sample of 1938 and 1944 and rifles of the sample of 1891/1930. Manual reloading system, longitudinal sliding slide.

Carabiner arr. 1944 was the last version of the Mosin rifle, distinguished by the presence of an immovable needle bayonet and a simplified manufacturing technique. Karain is intended for various kinds of troops, in particular artillery, sapper troops, cavalry, communications units and logistic support personnel, for example, transport drivers who needed easy and easy-to-use weapons, mostly for self-defense.

The carbine was manufactured around 1944 up to the beginning of the production of the Kalashnikov assault rifle. Rifles and carbines were gradually removed from the armament of the army, replacing the car with a SCS and Kalashnikov assault rifle.

 

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The Tokarev rifle (SVT-40) and the SVT-O rifled carbine

Caliber, mm — 7,62 × 54
Length (without bayonet), mm — 1226
Barrel length, mm — 625
Weight (unloaded), kg — 3.9
Sighting range, m — 1000-1500
Muzzle velocity, m / s — 830
Magazine capacity — 10 (15) rounds
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The SVT-40 sniper rifle is a Soviet semi-automatic battle rifle. It was developed and adopted by the Red Army in 1940 and saw widespread service during and after World War II. This sniper rifle was used by the Hero of the Soviet Union Lieutenant Lyudmila Pavlichenko.
When released the SVT-40 had an improved barrel interior and was equipped with a removable bracket for the optical sight. The crosshairs used for sighting consist of one vertical and two horizontal lines called aiming and leveling stumps.

 

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The Mauser 98k rifle

Caliber, mm — 7,92 × 57
Length, mm — 1110
Barrel length, mm — 600
Weight (unloaded), kg — 3.9
Magazine capacity – 5 rounds

The Mauser Karabiner 98 Kurz is is a bolt-action carbine rifle chambered for the 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge that was adopted in 1935 as the standard service rifle by the German Wehrmacht. It became the most wide-spread modification of the Mauser 98 rifle. Both the barrel and the stock of the Mauser 98k were shortened. The stock received a bolt-handle clearance. The handle itself was bent down. The sling of the Mauser 98k was attached in a cavalry style instead of an infantry one typical for its prototype: the front sling swivel was united in one detail with the rear band. The back sling swivel was replaced by a cut-through slot in the gun-butt. If the Mauser 98 loading clip had to be extracted manually, the Mauser 98k clip was ejected with the bolt movement. The feed-pawl was also modified: when the Mauser 98k run out of ammo, its feed-pawl would prevent the bolt from closing. From 1935 to 1945 there were produced 14.6 million copies of 98k.

Apart from the Reichswehr the Маузер 98k carbines were used in the overwhelming number of European countries as well as the People’s Republic of China, Turkey, Pakistan (since 1945), and Ethiopia. Just as the Mauser 98 rifle the Karabiner 98 Kurz carbine has one of the best designs among magazine bolt-action rifles. It provides for its high reliability, durability and high service life, makes it easy and safe to use.

The main disadvantage of this rifle is that it cannot be quickly and cheaply mass-produced. However, the Mauser military rifle first produced in 1898 and its upgraded version Karabiner 98 Kurz became the most successful weapon of its class, as confirmed by a huge number of different military and hunting rifles and carbines based on the legendary Mauser design.

 

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The Simonov self-loading carbine (The SKS)

The OP-SKS Molot for hunting and fishing

Caliber, mm — 7.62 × 39
Length, mm — 1020
Barrel length, mm — 520
Empty weight, gram — 3750
Sighting range, m — 1000
Muzzle velocity, m / s — 735
Magazine capacity – 10 rounds
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The SKS is a Soviet semi-automatic carbine chambered for the 7.62×39mm round. The first copies of this self-loading carbine for a new type of cartridge were created in 1944 by Sergei Siminov. During the first postwar decades the SKS was as wide-spread the Soviet army as the AK and the AKM. However, automatic rifles gained popularity and gradually replaced the SKS, although it remained in service until the 1990s in such forces as signal troops and air defense that don’t use small arms as a main weapon. Up till now the smoothbore SKS is used as a ceremonial weapon as it is considered to be more aesthetically pleasing than today’s machine guns.

 

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The Dragunov sniper rifle (the SVD)

The Tigr-5 carbine

Caliber, mm — 7.62 × 54
Length, mm — 1225
Barrel length, mm — 620
Weight, kg — 4.3
Sighting range with an open sight, m — 800
Sighting range with a telescopic sight, m — 1300
Muzzle velocity, m / s — 830
Magazine capacity – 10 rounds
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The Dragunov sniper rifle was put into service in 1963. Gunmakers specifically designed sniper cartridges with still-cored bullets for the SVD; however, the rifle is compatible with the entire range of 7.62x54R mm rounds.
The Tigr-5 carbine is intended for hunting medium and big game. It is chambered for 7.62x54R hunting cartridge with a semi-jacketed bullet. It weights 13 grams and develops the initial velocity of 695 m/s.
The SVD is equipped with an optical sight PSO-1. It was developed in 1963 specifically for the Dragunov rifles. At that time was the most technically advanced optical system that was produced in large quantities.

 

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The AKM assault rifle

The Vepr-K (VPO-133) hunting carbine

Caliber, mm – 7.62 × 39
Length, mm — 880
Barrel length, mm — 415
Weight without magazine, kg — 2.93
Sighting range, m — 500
Muzzle velocity, m / s — 715
Magazine capacity — 30 (10, 40) rounds
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The AKM is a 7.62mm assault rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov. It was introduced into service with the Soviet Army in 1959 after a series of test that revealed its high reliability, acceptable performance in terms of accuracy and precision of fire. It was also important that both the arms production industry and the military had already become familiar with the Kalashnikov assault rifle. The AKM is widely spread around the world. It is adopted in service by the armies of more than 55 countries (mostly in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America). It is also used by police forces in more than 100 countries around the world.

 

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The Degtyarev’s machine gun (RPD)

carbine hunting self-loading RPD-O

Caliber, mm – 7,62х39
Length, mm – 1037
Weight, kg – 7,4 with empty box
Capacity of tape, cartridge – 100 (2.4 kg)
Combat rate of fire – 150 rounds / minute
Sighting range, m – 1000
Effective sighting range, m – 800
The maximum range of fire, m – 3600

The manual machinegun Degtyarev (RPD) is a Soviet hand-machine gun developed in 1944 for a 7.62×39 mm cartridge.

At the end of 1943, work began on the development of manual machine guns for a new intermediate cartridge 7.62×39 mm. The polygon tests of these cartridges have shown that the killer force of the bullet and the accuracy of combat are satisfactory at a distance of up to 800 m. This range, as demonstrated by combat experience, is quite sufficient for manual machine guns.

In 1944, on a competitive trial, a model of Degtyarev’s design, known as RD-44, came out ahead. Machine guns RD-44 until the end of the war were produced by a small series and tested in the troops. Soon after the war, the modernized version of this machine gun, adapted to become the standard 7.62×39 mm cartridge, was adopted by the Soviet Army as the «Manual machine gun of the Degtyarev system (RPD)».

 

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The Kalashnikov RPK light machine gun

The VPO-134 carbine

Caliber, mm — 7,62 × 39
Length, mm — 1040
Barrel length, mm — 590
Weight without magazine, kg — 4.8
Sighting range, m — 1000
Muzzle velocity, m/s — 745
Magazine capacity — 10 (30, 40, 72) rounds
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In the 1961 the Soviet Army adopted a new light machine gun. It was the RPK developed by Mikhail Kalashnikov on the basis of his 7.62 AKM assault rifle. The RPK replace the RPD created at the end of the 40s fir the same cartridge.

 

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The VPO-135, carbine version of the PPSh-41

Barrel length, mm — 269
Weight, kg — 3.6
Sighting range, m — 200-300
Caliber, mm — 7,62 × 25

The PPSh is a Soviet submachine gun designed by Georgi Shpagin. During the Great Patriotic War the PPSh was the most popular submachine gun of the Red Army. It was also supplied to the Soviet partisans, delivered to allies and distributed among friendly foreign troops on the territory of the USSR.
Its sighting aiming range reaching 500 meters, the firing range of the PPSh is close to 200 meters which is significantly above average for this class of weapon. Furthermore, the 7,62х25 ТТ cartridge (instead of 9 mm Parabellum or .45 АСР used in foreign submachine guns) and a relatively long barrel helped develop greater muzzle velocity of a bullet. For the PPSh it is 500 m/s while the Thompson submachine gun and the MP-40 can do only 330 m/s and 380 m/s respectively. Greater muzzle velocity provides for better flatness which in turn helps confidently hit targets at distances up to 300 m. it is also possible to fire at greater distances, the decrease in accuracy being offset by higher firing rate and the combined fire of several shooters.
High firing rate leads to fasts ammo consumption which is why the PPSh was nicknamed cartridge eater. It also suffers from rapid barrel overheating but provides a high density of fire, which gives an advantage in close combat.

 

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The PPSh-Luger

In 1943-1944 more than 10 000 PPSh guns were adapted for 9×19 Parabellum ammunition. The barrel and cartridge receiver were modified for the use of a standard 32-round magazine of the MP-38 /40. The new weapon got the designation of MR-41 (r). Its bolt compatible with both cartridges, everything works normally.

 

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The SDI XR-15 rifle (М-16)

Caliber, mm — 5,56 × 45 (.223 Rem)
Rifle length, mm — 1006
Barrel length, mm — 510
Weight, g — 3400
Magazine capacity — 10, 20, 30 rounds
The maximum speed of a bullet, m/s — 848
Sighting range, m – 450

The SDI XR-15 carbine is manufactured in the UK as an exact replica of the M-16 rifle. The M-16 was adopted by the US Army in the 60s and still remains in service. This is one of the most common small arms models in the world. With more than 8 million copies produced to date, it is second only to the Kalashnikov assault rifle.

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The Rossi 92 carbine

Caliber, mm — .357 Magnum
Rifle length, mm — 900
Barrel length, mm — 508
Weight, kg — 2,25
Magazine capacity — 10 rounds
Sighting range, m – 100-150

The Rossi 92 carbine is not an automatic weapon with a Henry bracket and a simple-action USM available in .357 Magnum caliber. A modern replica of the Winchester carbine 92 of 1892, designed by John Modzes Browning.

The first carbines Rossi 92 were produced only for cartridges of .38 Special /.357 Magnum caliber, but over time the line of «92i model» from Rossi has expanded and new calibers, and new configurations and options, including a version of modern stainless steel. In the spectrum of the calibers appeared as .44-40, and .45 Colt, .44 Magnum and .454 Casull.

Carbines Rossi model 92 have gained considerable popularity among American shooters «in the cowboy style», first of all — for the excellent price / quality ratio, which made it possible to use the carbines «in the tail and in the mane» both in training and in competitions. The carbine is ideal for teaching shooting and hunting skills for a large beast.

The carbine is convenient and easy to use, has a comfortable return and allows you to aim shooting at the .357 Magnum cartridge at a range of up to 100-150 meters, depending on the type of target. When using .38 Special cartridges, the practical range can be estimated at approximately 50-70 meters.

 

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The V-AR 223 carbine

Caliber, mm — 9 × 19/223 Rem
Length, mm — 800/860
Barrel length, mm — 254/368
Weight, kg — 2.7 / 3.3
Magazine capacity – 30 rounds

The V-AR is a brand-new semi-automatic carbine that is a successful combination of the AR15/M16 of Eugene Stoner and the Ak47 of Mikhail Kalashnikov. The V-AR uses the gas piston system. Its ergonomics is typical for the AR-15.
The V-AR is marketed as a modular carbine. The Czech manufacturer sells it with the basic 223 Rem upper and the optional 9х19 mm Luger one. The V-AR barrels are ordered from German gunmaker Lothar Walther.

 

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The NORINCO CQ-A carbine

M4

Caliber, mm – 5.56 × 45 (223 Rem)
Length, mm – 840/760
Barrel length, mm – 370
Sighting range, m – 800
Effective range, m – 500
Weight, kg – 3.4 (equipped)
2.68 (without store and belt)
Magazine capacity, rounds – 10/30

NORINCO CQ-A — is a semi-automatic rifle, reliable and unpretentious.
CQ-A — a replica of the famous M4 carbine. The M4 is an automatic carbine created in the USA on the basis of an M16A2 rifle and originally intended for arming crews of combat vehicles and calculating weapons and military equipment. Despite this, the US Special Operations Command accepted this carbine as one for all US special operations forces. Currently, the entire US Army has moved to it, since the greater convenience of a shortened carbine in modern conditions, when most of the army is motorized infantry, crews of combat vehicles and auxiliary troops, more than compensates for a rather insignificant decrease in its performance compared to a rifle. The main differences between the M4 and M16A2 are the shorter trunk and retractable telescopic butt.

 

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The SDI T-43 rifle (HK-33).

Caliber, mm – .223 Rem (5,56×45)
Rifle length, mm – 920
Barrel length, mm – 390
Rate of fire, rounds/min – 750
Magazine capacity – 25, 30, 40 rounds
Sighting range, m – 500

 

The SDI T-43 in a British version of the German HK-33 assault rifle. The HK-33 was developed by the German company Heckler & Koch during the second half of 1960s. It is based on the G3 model of the same company. In 1968 the HK-33 was adopted by the German army. It is still used by German police and security services, adopted by the Brazilian Air Force and exported to the US, Malaysia, Turkey, Chile and Thailand
The gun has a unique automation system of roller-delayed blowback.

 

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The AUG-Z rifle

Caliber, mm — 5.56 × 45 (.223 Rem)
Weight, kg — 3.7
Barrel length, mm — 508
Rifle length, mm — 765
Magazine capacity- 30 or 42 rounds
Sighting range, m – 650

The Steyr AUG is an Austrian bullpup 5.56×45mm assault rifle. It was adopted by the Austrian Army in 1978. The bullpup design places the gun’s action and the entire magazine behind the trigger group, usually in front of a short buttstock. This configuration permits to shorten overall weapon while keeping its barrel length the same. This maintains the advantages of a longer barrel in muzzle velocity and accuracy, while improving maneuverability and reducing weight.

 

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The GSG-5 rifle, Civilian plinker, replica of the MP-5

Caliber, mm – 5.6 (.22LR)
Barrel length, mm – 195.5
Magazine capacity – 10,30 rounds
Weight , kg – 2.2
Length, mm – 678

This rifle was designed by German Sport Guns in 2007 and resembles the Heckler&Koch MP5 submachine gun which is one of the most used guns by special operations units all over the world.

 

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The Orisis SE rifle

Caliber, mm — .223 Rem
Barrel length, mm – 588,8
Weight, kg – up from 3.8
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The Orsis SE Hunter rifle (hunting rifled carbine) is designed for the different types of hunting and target shooting. This rifle is manufactured on the basis of a lightened repeater bolt action with two front locking lugs. The metal parts of the rifle are made of high-quality stainless steel.
The model is equipped with an Orsis SE barrel made of stainless weapon-grade steel and produced by single-point cut-rifling technology. Barrel contour is of Hunter L, muzzle face diameter – 18 mm, barrel length starts from 22 inches (558,8 mm).

 

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The Vepr “Molot” VPO-205- 03 L-305

The Vepr “Molot” carbine

Caliber – 12
Cartridge – 12×70, 12×76
Length, mm – 876
Barrel length, mm – 305
Weight, kg – 4.2
Effective firing range – 100m
Magazine capacity – 8 rounds
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The Vepr-12 Molot (VPO 205) carbine is patterned after the original Kalashnikov rifle. It is designed for the 12×76 cartridge and characterized by durability and reliability in different operational circumstances. This variation is distinguished from others by a detachable muzzle flash suppressor and disconnector that will render the gun unable to fire while the stock is folded.
There are standard places for mounting a telescopic sight, red dot sight, tactical light, laser sight, extra grips, etc.

 

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The semi-automatic shotgun Vepr 12 “Molot” (VPO-205- 00)

The shotgun Vepr “Molot”

Caliber — 12
Cartridge – 12×70, 12×76
Length, mm – 1057
Barrel length, mm – 430
Weight, kg – 3.9
Effective firing range – 100m
Magazine capacity – 8 rounds
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The Vepr-12 “Molot” is a multipurpose semi-automatic shotgun for hunting, sports competitions and self-defense. It is also used by law enforcement units. This variation distinguishes from others by a detachable muzzle flash suppressor and disconnector that will render the gun unable to fire while the stock is folded. It is the same as the Vepr “Molot” VPO-205- 03 L-305 except for a barrel length.

 

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The Bernardelli pump-action shotgun

Caliber – 12
Barrel length, mm – 510
Weight, kg – 2.73
Magazine capacity – 6+1 round

In order to minimize manufacturing costs the Bernardelli PA-12 was manufactured out of semi-finished parts imported from Turkey. The frame is made of high-strength aluminum alloy (ERGAL-55). And the barrel of carbon alloy steel is chromed internally and blued externally. The stock and the handguard/pump mechanism are realized in high-strength polymer. The shotgun is simple and easy to use.

 

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The Remington 870 pump gun

Caliber – 12 х 76 (bullet)

American hunting rifle Remington 870, first introduced in 1950 by Remington Arms, which due to its characteristic reload is one of the most famous pump guns in the world. Remington 870 was produced in various versions, it is suitable for both military and police, and for hunters and athletes, as well as for self-defense.

It is a rifle with a barrel tubular magazine and a longitudinal sliding forearm. Locking is carried out by a swinging war maggot, located in the gate, behind the breech of the barrel. The receiver is steel. Under the barrel is tubular shop for 8 rounds. In the hunting version of 3-4 rounds.

In 1966, the gun was accepted into service with the marine corps of the United States, in 1967 – into service certain categories of personnel of the military air forces of the United States, later purchased for the FBI in 1987 he was recommended for the arms of the police, is used in some police departments and private security agencies.

 

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The Mossberg Tactical rifle

Caliber, mm – 5.6 (.22LR)
Length, mm – 902
Barrel length, mm – 457
Weight, kg – 2.27
Magazine capacity – 10 rounds

The Tactical .22 is a new light semi-automatic rifle presented by the renowned company Mossberg.
It is a .22LR caliber and it is a very popular AR-15 lookalike. The Tactical .22 combines AR-15 style platform with reliable and time-tested moving parts of the Mossberg 702 Plinkster.
The rifle also has the M16A4 style carry handle with a rear sight and a handle-mount Picatinny rail for versatility in mounting optics – night vision scopes, optic sight, red dot sight, etc. The rifle is fed via 10-round detachable box magazines.

 

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The Henry Lever Action

Caliber, mm – 5.6 (.22LR)
Weight, kg – 2.38
Length, mm – 930
Barrel length, mm – 460
Magazine capacity – 10 rounds

The Henry Lever Action chambered for .22LR is a repeating rifle that uses a lever located around the trigger guard area to load new cartridges into the weapon. The famous Winchester models manufactured in 1873 and 1894 were one of the most popular lever-action guns and they evolved from 1860 Henry rifle. They were very successful being colloquially known as «The Gun that Won the West».

 

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The SM-2 small-bore rifle

Caliber, mm — 5,6 (.22LR)
Barrel length, mm — 680
Weight, kg — 5.0
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The SM-2 small-bore rifle is one of the most popular sporting rifles. It has a standard design for shooting in prone, standing and kneeling positions at a distance of 50 meters. It is good for competitions and training and is recommended for women and junior athletes.
For easier loading the receiver features a special tray. The bolt is equipped with a cocking indicator. It is possible to adjust the stock length and the butt plate position and change to take the most comfortable ready position for shooting.

 

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The Suhl small-bore rifle

Caliber, mm — 5,6 (.22LR)
Barrel length, mm — 650
Weight — 4.2
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The Suhl is a standard small-bore rifle similar to the Anschutz Match 54. It was produced in 1974-1992in the German city of Suhl by the Haenel gun manufactured that specialized in sporting small-bore and air rifles.
The barrel reaches 650 mm in length. The rifling of the barrel consists of six standard grooves. The twist rate of the rifling is 1 turn in 16.75, 17.5 and sometimes 19 inches. The process of grooves manufacturing is burnishing.
The bolt of the Suhl guns is the same as in the Anschutz Match 54 with slight differences. Its design guarantees an extremely low response time (lock-time). The locking is made by two opposite lugs. The Suhl has smooth bolt action and excellent shell ejection.
The match trigger used on the Suhl requires minimal pull force of approximately 50 grams. The trigger is two-stage which means a shooter can adjust the force and the length at the first stage, the position of the trigger and the force at the second stage. All adjustments are made through holes in the trigger guard.

 

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The BI-7 sporting rifle

Weight (without slings), kg — 4.0
Length (without hook), mm — 1110
Barrel length, mm — 600
Sighting radius, mm — 810-830
Pull force, kgf — 0.2-1.0
Length of trigger pull, mm — 1-4
Sighting range, m — 50
Magazine capacity – 5 rounds

The BI-7 sporting rifle with magazine capacity of 5 rounds is chambered for 5.6 rimfire cartridge. It is a biathlon rifle designed for shooting at a distance of 50 meters produced by the Izhmash factory in 1978-1980.
In contrast to previous models the BI-7 has a simple and quick manual reloading mechanism. Reciprocating charging significantly reduced the time spent at the shooting range. The BI-7 boasts high precision and accuracy. It is well-balanced, reliably protected against snow and trouble-free in operation.
Soviet biathletes showed outstanding results with this riddle, and it is still a gun of choice for sportsmen in Russia and abroad alike. The BI-7 can definitely give the feeling of being a biathlete at the shooting range.

 

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The 5,45×39 mm Saiga rifle

Caliber, mm — 5,45 × 39
Barrel length, mm — 415
Overall length, mm — 925
Reloading System – gas-operated
Magazine capacity – 10 rounds
Weight, kg — 3.27

The 5.45×39 mm Saiga is an export version of the Saiga rifle. All models of the Saiga series are based on the AK-47 weapon system originally designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov. The 5.45×39 mm rifle is exported to the US. When the sanctions were imposed, the model was released on the Russian civilian market in small quantities. This rifle is distinguished by the legendary army caliber and low recoil. Being an export version, it also boasts excellent quality..

 

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The Saiga semi-automatic hunting carbine

Caliber, mm — 5,45 × 39
Length mm — 1089
Barrel length, mm — 415
Weight without magazine, kg — 3.07
Sighting range, m — 1000
Muzzle velocity, m/s — 900
Magazine capacity – 10 rounds

The Saiga rifle most resembles an AK-74 series of rifles. In 1993 a modernized variant of the AK-74—the 5,45 mm AK-74M – entered full-scale production. The new model is equipped with a dovetail joint on its side to mount night vision, telescopic and red dot sights. The design of the AK 74M embodied the idea of ​​ a universal machine gun, capable of replacing several models — AK 74, AKS 74 and their «night» versions. It is typical for modern weapons to use both telescopic and red dot sights combining speed and precision of aiming with significantly improved efficiency of a gun in combat.

 

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The Zastava M07 sniper rifle

Caliber, mm — 7.62 × 51 (.308 Win)
Length mm — 1190
Barrel length, mm — 650
Empty weight, t — 5400
Sighting range, m — 1000
Muzzle velocity, m/s — 840
Magazine capacity — detachable box magazine for 5 rounds

The Zastava M07 is a modern military sniper rifle developed and manufactured by the Serbian arms company Zastava oružje. It’s a high-precision weapon designed to defeat enemy personnel at ranges of up to 1000 meters. It is now in service of Serbian police and Special Forces, including anti-terrorism units and organized crime investigation divisions.
The rifle is loaded from a detachable box magazine with a capacity of 5 rounds. The Zastava M07 has a stock of contemporary design that can be completely tailored for a shooter and an adjustable trigger system.

 

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The SA Vz.58 assault rifle

Caliber, mm — 7.62 × 39
Length, mm — 845
Barrel length, mm — 390
Empty weight, t — 3100
Sighting range, m — 500
Muzzle velocity, m / s — 700
Magazine capacity – 30 rounds

The SA Vz.58 is a 7.62×39 mm assault rifle designed and manufactured in Czechoslovakia. After creation of the Warsaw Pact in 1955 its member-stated started using the Soviet 7.62 cartridge first produced in 1943 and Soviet weapons compatible with this cartridge, for example the AK and AKM assault rifles. Czechoslovakia, however, chose to create a rifle of its own design chambered for the same Soviet cartridge. While externally the SA Vz.58 resembles the Soviet AK-47, it is a different design based on a short-stroke gas piston. It shares no parts with Kalashnikov rifles, including the magazine.
The new model was included in the inventory of the Army of Czechoslovakia in 1958, two years after the start of its development. After the breakup of Czechoslovakia, both the Czech Republic and Slovakia kept the SA vz.58 in their armies.
In the SA vz.58 cartridges are fed from the detachable arc-shaped magazine with a capacity of 30 rounds. Its body is made of stamped aluminum sheets.
The SA Vz.58 rifles were used by Vietnamese troops during their invasion of Cambodia in 1978. It was also used in civil wars in Lebanon, Zaire, Zimbabwe and Uganda.

 

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Machine pistol Sudaeva «PPS-43»

(Hunting rifle МА-PPS)

Caliber, mm – 7.62 × 25
Barrel length, mm – 250
Overall length, mm – 830
Magazine capacity, cartridge – 10, 32
Weight of the carbine, kg – 3,6
Sighting range, m – 200

The Sudoyev submachine gun PPS-43 was developed in 1942 and was used until the end of the Second World War.

If the PPSh-41 was called the «weapon of victory», it is the Sudaev submachine gun PPS-43 which is also called «the weapon that broke through the blockade of Leningrad» and is unequivocally recognized as the most effective submachine gun of the Second World War.

After the Soviet soldiers encountered in the battles with the fascist Fermaht with the MR-38 submachine gun (MR-40) and their ergonomics, the shortcomings of the PPSh-41 became obvious: the lack of a folding stock, the disk store that is difficult to equip, the excessively high rate of fire , which was especially obvious for landing and assault groups, so the PPSh-41 was replaced by Sudaev’s submachine gun, which according to most experts is the most successful submachine gun of the Second World War, combining beautiful ergonomics and The technical nature of production, as well as high combat characteristics due to the cartridge 7.62 × 25.

 

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Machine pistol «МP-38»

(Hunting rifle МА-МP38)

Caliber, mm – 9 × 19
Overall length, mm – 833
Barrel length, mm – 248
Weight, kg – 4,5
Store capacity, cartridge – 10, 32 (28 recommended)

The submachine gun MR-38 was designed by the German arms designer, Volmer, at Erma, commissioned by the German armed forces in 1938. Used throughout the Second World War.

The MR-38 submachine guns featured a complete refusal to use wood in the design and the presence of a folding butt. At the same time, the design of the weapon as a whole was far from ideal. The MR-38 submachine guns produced only about 40,000 pieces. Initially, they were intended for the arming of paratroopers and crews of combat vehicles, but later came to the armament and infantry units of the Wehrmacht. The MP-38 submachine gun was quite successful, but its production was too expensive (due to the extensive use of milled parts).

In place of the MP-38 came the MR-40, which actively used stamping and spot welding, and which served as an example for the design all post-war submachine guns and machine guns, in terms of manufacturability.

 

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AKMS

(Hunting rifle МА-136 С)

Caliber, mm – 7.62 × 39
Barrel length, mm – 415
Overall length, mm – 895
Length of the carbine (with folded butt), mm – 650
Capacity of the magazine, cartridge – 10, 30
Mass of carbine with magazine (without cartridges), kg – 3,8

The MolotArmz enterprise produces a hunting rifle MA-136C, which is an enclosed version of the AKMS automatic rifle. The difference lies in the impossibility of conducting automatic fire and conducting fire with a folded butt.

 

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АКSU

(Hunting rifle МА-АК-03)

Caliber, mm – 7.62 × 39
Total length (with a folded butt), mm – 805
Barrel length (with receiver), mm – 570
Mass of carbine with magazine (without cartridges), kg – 3,8
Capacity of magazine, cartridge – 10, 30

It is made on the basis of the legendary 7.62 mm Kalashnikov assault rifle (AK-47 / AKM). The shortest civilian carbine on the Russian arms market, manufactured according to the AKS-74U type. The food is produced from the original stores of AKM caliber 7,62х39. The donor is the 1974 AKM produced at the Tula Arms Factory (TOZ).

AKS-74 (U) consists in arming the crews of combat vehicles, the SAM calculations
and computational complexes, aircraft crews.

 

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Carbine Saiga-9

Caliber, mm – 9×19
Length, mm – 805/565
Barrel length, mm – 345
Effective range, m – up to 100
Weight unloaded, kg – 3
Magazine capacity, rounds – 10
Carabin Saiga-9

The self-loading carbine “Saiga-9” was launched into the series in 2014 as a civilian version of the PP-19–01 Vityaz-SN submachine gun. The Saiga-9 carbine uses the 9×19 pistol cartridge, the most popular in the world, and is intended for sport training and recreational shooting. Minimal recoil when fired, combined with an effective range of at least 100 meters and an affordable price of ammunition, make this carbine an excellent weapon for both novice shooters and experienced weapon users who can train in pistol shooting galleries where, for security reasons, shooting is not more powerful. cartridges.

The Saiga-9 carbine uses a simple and reliable automatic shutter and a trigger trigger based on a Kalashnikov assault rifle, allowing only single shots. The receiver is also made according to the type of a Kalashnikov assault rifle, stamped from steel sheet. The design of the trigger mechanism introduced a lock that prevents shooting with the butt folded. The carabiner is equipped with a side-folding skeleton butt of the type of machine gun AKS-74, plastic forearm and pistol grip. Sights open, according to the type of submachine gun Vityaz-CH. The cover of the receiver is pivotally fixed, on top of it is a Picatinny-type strap for convenient installation of optical or collimator sights at the user’s choice. The carabiner is nominally completed with 10 charging stores in an elongated body; 30-charging stores can be used for sports.

 

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AK-47 Assault rifle

Caliber, mm – 7.62 × 39
Length, mm – 880
Barrel length, mm – 415
Weight without shop, kg – 2,93
Sighting range, m – 500
Initial speed, m / s – 715
Capacity of the magazine, cartridges – 30 (10, 40)

According to the test results in 1959, the Soviet Army adopted a new «7.62-mm Kalashnikov assault rifle AKM», which demonstrated high reliability, acceptable characteristics in accuracy and accuracy of fire, while the important role was played by the fact that the Kalashnikov assault rifle had been completely mastered before industry, and the military.
AKM has spread widely around the world: they are used by the armies of more than 55 countries (most of them — the countries of Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America), used by the armed forces and police formations in more than 100 countries.

 

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AK-74 Assault rifle (Hunting rifle Saiga-08)

(Hunting rifle Saiga-08)

Caliber, mm – 5,45 × 39
Length, mm – 1089
Barrel length, mm – 415
Weight without shop, kg – 3,07
Sighting range, m – 1000
Initial speed, m / s – 900
Capacity of magazine, cartridges – 10

In 1993, entered the armament of 5.45-mm automatic AK 74M (index 6P34). On all AK 74 M machines there is a universal side bar for the dovetail type attachment, designed for installation of night, daytime optical or collimator sights. The design of the AK 74M embodied the idea of ​​a «universal» machine, capable of replacing several models at once — AK 74, AKS 74 and their «nightly» modifications.

Modern practice in the use of combat firearms is characterized by the widespread use of collimator and optical sights on various types of individual weapons, which allow combining the speed and accuracy of the guidance and significantly improve the effectiveness of the use of weapons in combat.

 

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