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Special Weapons and ammunitions

//Special Weapons and ammunitions
  • 4.5 mm underwater pistol   The SPP-1M underwater pistol is designed to destroy enemy personnel at ranges of up to 17 m under water (depending on diving depth) and for self-defenсe on the ground at ranges up to 20 m. Firing under water is possible from all swimmer positions as well as against surface targets from under water. The pistol is intended for combat swimmers. This non-automatic pistol has a four-barrel cluster. The barrels are fired in succession. A double-action trigger and firing mechanism is used. The pistol is cocked by pulling the trigger. The mechanism provides for firing by one hammer. To load and unload the pistol, the barrel cluster is tipped up with its breech block in the upward position (similar to hunting rifles). Four rounds in a clip are simultaneously put into the barrels. Safe pistol handling is ensured by a manual safety lever used to block the trigger and hammer. Aiming is done using a fixed foresight and a fixed backsight. Special coating is applied to protect the pistol in sea water.
  • 4.5 mm cartridge for the SPP-1M underwater pistol   The 4.5mm SPS pistol cartridge is intended for the SPP-1M underwater pistol. A design feature of the SPS cartridge is a steel solid bullet of a high length-to-caliber ratio with a truncated conical nose.
  • 5.66 mm underwater assault rifle   The APS underwater assault rifle is designed to destroy enemy personnel under water at a range of up to 30 m (depending on diving depth), provide self-defence on the ground at a range of up to 100 m, as well as protect against predators in water. Firing under water is possible from all swimmer positions as well as against surface targets from under water. The assault rifle is used to arm combat swimmers. The APS rifle is gas-operated. Its gas chamber features a lever for changing the amount of gases to provide normal operation of the weapon both underwater and in the air. The rifle uses striker-type trigger mechanism that ensures single-shot and full-automatic fire. The mechanism operates from a return spring. A selector lever, which is also a safety catch, is located on the right side of the barrel chamber. A sight comprises fixed foresight and backsight. The assault rifle is fed from a 26-round detachable magazine. A pull-out stock is retracted into the barrel chamber. Special coating protects the rifle in sea water.
  • 5.66 mm cartridge for the APS underwater assault rifle   The 5.66mm MPS cartridge is intended for the APS rifle. A design feature of the MPS cartridge is a steel solid bullet of a high length-to-caliber ratio with a truncated conical nose.
  • 7.62 mm self-loading special pistol   The 7.62mm PSS self-loading special pistol is designed for silent and flameless short-range attacks and defence at ranges up to 50 m. It is in service with Special Forces units. The pistol fires special 7.62mm SP-4 cartridges, with expansion gases cutoff in the cartridge. The pistol fires almost totally silent shots. The lack of a silencer makes the weapon very small-size, convenient for concealed carrying, and ever ready to be used. The foresight and the rear sight can be fitted with luminous mixture capsules for night sighting. The pistol is recoil-operated. The double-action trigger assembly is that of the 9mm Makarov PM pistol. It enables the pistol to open fire rapidly. The safety catch makes weapon handling safe by locking the hammer, the bolt, and the trigger. The safety catch design provides for safe hammering.
  • 7.62 mm Stechkin special revolver   The Stechkin OTs-38 special revolver is designed to destroy enemy personnel at ranges up to 50 m. It is chambered for the 7.62mm SP-4 cartridges. The revolver provides high covertness of special operations, due to complete absence of flame and noise at the instant of firing compared with a pistol with silencer. A hammer-type trigger mechanism provides for double-action and single-action fire. The manual safety catch blocks the hammer in the cocked position, which gives the opportunity to carry the revolver with the hammer cocked. The revolver barrel is placed below the cylinder axis which helps stabilize the position of the shooter’s hand at the instant of firing thus providing better accuracy of fire and deliverable rate of fire. The cylinder is loaded using a five-cartridge clip and spent cases are also retracted simultaneously in a clip, which makes loading faster and easier. Upon customer request, the revolver may be fitted with an integrated laser designator (LD).
  • 9 mm pistol   The 9mm GSh-18 pistol is designed for close combat. This is a new generation personal weapon that has incorporated the latest achievements in development and production of this class weapons. A high power cartridge and a high capacity double-column magazine, which doesn’t shuffle cartridges, make the pistol reliable and effective. An automatic safety catch ensures safety coupled with a high level of fire readiness. A high accuracy of fire stems from good ergonomic performance. An adjustable magazine-hold button enables firing from either hand. The use of a plastic frame reduces the pistol weight and guarantee long service life. The pistol may be fitted with a laser designator. The 9x19mm pistol cartridge (7N31) with armor-piercing bullet makes the pistol effective against body-armored personnel (wearing armor vests).
  • 9 mm self-loading pistol   The 9mm SR.1M self-loading pistol is currently one of the most powerful pistols in the world. It fires the 9x21mm SP-10 cartridge with armor-piercing bullet and the 9x21mm SP-11 cartridge with ordinary bullet. The SP-10 cartridge ensures reliable engagement of personnel with penetrating an armor vest or a steel helmet at ranges of up to 100 m. The pistol is a short-recoil-operated weapon. The bore is locked by a rocking latch. The pistol is equipped with self-locking double-action safety catches. Automatic safeties provide minimum readiness time to fire the weapon. One of them is located on the rear of the pistol grip and blocks the sear and the second - on the trigger - blocks the trigger. A pistol version with a magazine release button, which can be set on both sides, is available. All parts of the pistol are streamlined to eliminate the risk of the pistol catching outfit when being pulled out. The pistol frame is made of high-strength plastic, which significantly reduces the weight and manufacturing costs.
  • 9 mm submachine gun   The 9mm Kedr submachine gun is a powerful advanced mass-produced close-quarter battle weapon. It entered service with the Russian Ministry of Interior as a self-defence weapon. The Kedr fires 9x18mm PM cartridges. Submachine gun is recoil-operated. The trigger assembly enables the submachine gun to conduct single-shot and automatic fire. The rounds are fed from a double-column box-type magazine with a capacity of 20 or 30 rounds. The submachine gun is fitted with a buttstock and combined optical sight attachment. It can fire both with its buttstock either folded or extended.
  • 9 mm submachine gun PP-2011   The 9mm PP-2011 Kedr-Para submachine gun was developed around the PP-91 Kedr submachine gun and chambered for the 9x19mm cartridge. It is an effective close-combat weapon designed to defeat live targets and unarmored vehicles at distances up to 200 meters. This compact weapon is intended to equip army and police forces for carrying out combat and counter-terror operations. Owing to modular design of its components and parts, the weapon can be field-stripped without any tools. The submachine gun has a folding stock and a two-row box magazine. It can be fitted with a laser designator, tactical flashlight, and silencer. The weapon can fire in single-shot and automatic modes under all climatic conditions, both with stock folded and extended. It allows the shooter to aim both with arm outstretched and from the shoulder. Small size and weight make this submachine gun convenient for concealed carry.
  • 9 mm submachine gun AEK-919K   The light-weight and compact 9mm AEK-919K Kashtan submachine gun is designed for Special Forces units as a self-defence weapon. The AEK-919K Kashtan submachine gun is recoil-operated. The trigger assembly enables the submachine gun to conduct single-shot and automatic fire. The safety catch/fire selector placed on the left side of the trigger housing changes fire modes and locks the gun. The bolt assembly is cocked by an independent breechblock lever that remains fixed when the gun is fired. The submachine gun fires with the help of the rear sear. The gun is fitted with a special safety locking device. The gun is fitted with iron sights. The double-position adjustable rear sight can be adjusted for firing at a range of 50 and 100 m. The metal telescopic butt with a swiveling heel considerably increases stability of the weapon, rested against shoulder or forearm. The rounds are fed from a double-column box-type magazine with a capacity of 20 or 30 rounds. The AEK-919K Kashtan can be fitted with a silencer, a laser sight, or a collimator sight.
  • 9 mm submachine gun The 9mm PP-2000 submachine gun, with weight and dimensions comparable to those of modern combat pistols, provides effective fire at the distances of up to 200 m. The use of the 9x19mm 7N31 pistol cartridge with armor-piercing bullet makes it possible to penetrate body-armored enemy in vehicles and behind light fortifications. Submachine gun can fire 9x19mm Para. An optimal rate of fire and ergonomics serve to controllability in full auto, good patterning and high accuracy. Extra magazine or folding buttstock may be used as a shoulder-piece. The application of high-strength plastics allowed to reduce the weight and increase anti-corrosion resistance. The submachine gun has a rail for mounting various types of sights. The PP-2000 can be quiped with a silencer, tactical light, laser target pointer.