SIG Sauer Mosquito 22LR

Caliber: .22 LR

Overall Length: 183 mm

Barrel Length: 99 mm

Weight without magazine: 0.7 kg

Action Type: double action of DA/SA

Magazine Capacity: 10

Regulated open sight.

The Sig Sauer Mosquito gun is supplied with a wear resistant, polymeric frame. The breechblock is equipped with a regulated sight, located on the breechblock frame made of shock-resistant polymer. The hilt of the gun is supplied with the improved ergonomic holder. Mosquito is characterized by high precision of the hitting traditional for the guns issued by the SIG SAUER Company.

Club arsenal

Handguns

МР–446 С «VIKING»

Caliber: 9 mm

Magazine: 9х19 mm of Luger

Overall Length: 206 mm

Overall Width: 38 mm

Overall Height: 145 mm

Magazine Capacity: 10

Weight with magazine without magazine: 0,95 kg

The MP-446 gun C «VIKING» is the sport- training firearm oriented for firing to the target at distances to 50 m. Firing practice from the gun make by magazines of 9 mm of Luger (9 mm of Parabellum 9х19).

S-PMA (Makarov) 9 mm

Caliber: 9 mm

Overall Weight: 0,73 kg.

Barrel Length: 93 mm

Overall Length: 161 mm

Magazine Capacity: 8

Firing range: 50 m

The 9-mm gun of Makarov – the autoloading gun developed by the Soviet mechanician N. F. Makarov in 1948. It was added to arsenal in 1951.  It is an individual firearm in the Soviet and Post-Soviet armed forces and law enforcement agencies.

С – ТТ caliber 7,62х25mm sample of 1933

Caliber: 7,62 mm

Сartridge: 7,62х25 mm of Tokarev

Overall Length: 195 mm

Magazine Capacity: 8

The mass of the gun without magazines: 0,825 kg

Firing grouping at a distance of 25 m (diameter of a dimension of dispersion) no more than 150 mm

At the beginning of 1934 the gun under the name of 7,62 mm a sample of 1933  designed and modernized by F. V. Tokarev, was added to arsenal. Other name of the gun TT (Tul'skii Tokareva). In the period of the Great Patriotic War,  this gun was an individual firearm of officers in the Soviet army.

Р226Т ТК – Pro

Caliber: 9х19 Para of mm

Magazine Capacity: 10; 15

Weight: 0,802 kg

Overall height: 140 mm.,

Barrel Length: 38 mm.

Overall length: 196 mm

Barrel length: 11,2 cm

The sports P226 TK-Pro gun structurally similar to the Sig-Sauer P226 gun which is in stable demand since 1983 and is added to arsenal in armies of the USA, New Zealand, Egypt and Israel. The gun is completely manufactured by the Sig-Sauer company, only the barrel is made by the company Tekhkrim. Caliber of the gun is 9х19 Para. Length of a barrel is 112 mm. Overall length of the gun is 196 mm. Height is 140 mm. Thickness is 38 mm. The mass of the gun with magazine without magazines 802 gr

SMG Shpagin caliber 7,62х25mm sample of 1941

Caliber: 7,62 mm

Cartridge: 7,62 kh 25 mm Tokarev

Weight with magazine without magazine: 4,75 kg

Overall Length: 840 mm

Magazine Capacity: 35-round box magazine or 71-round drum magazine

The submachine gun created in 1940 by G. S. Shpagin was the most mass sample of automatic firearm of the Soviet infantry during the period of the Great Patriotic War. From this outstanding firearm to fascists was made a huge loss.

ASSAULT RIFLEs

Kalashnikov assault rifle AKM 7,62х39

Caliber: 7,62 mm

Cartridge: 7,62 kh 39 mm, FMJ

Magazine Capacity: 10

Firing range: to 300 m

Weight (without riflescope, magazine, accessories, a cover with a belt): 3,8 kg

Overall Length: 882,5mm

Overall Width: 75 mm

Overall Height: 265 mm

Barrel length: 415 mm

Accuracy: no more than 75 mm

The assault rifle АК widely known in the world and created in 1946-1947 by the mechanician M.T.Kalashnikov so far is an outstanding sample of firearm of this type. AK has been designed for magazines by  N. M. Yelizarov and B. V. Syomin's of a sample of 1943,and its destructive power remained at a distance to 1500 m.

Kalashnikov assault rifle 5,45х39

Caliber: 5,45 mm

Cartridge: 5,45х39 mm

Magazine Capacity: 10

Weight: 4,5 kg

Overall Length: 830 mm

Barrel length: 350 mm

VPO-148-05 made under the cartridge 5.45x39 mm. It is compact, has a folding telescoping buttstock has a low return. Forearm, store, handle, the butt made of plastic. Differences VPO-148-05 from the base sample: Improved store latch allows you to press the reset key store without taking your hands off the fire control handle. Folding butt telescopic mechanism optimally adjust the length of a hand. Superior trigger HPE-148-05 provides a smoother operation trigger. Butt, folding to the right side, allows you not to dismantle the optics for transport. The fore-end is equipped with a Picatinny rail, which allows to mount additional accessories.

Machine gun

Degtyareva gun 7,62х54 mm sample of 1927

Caliber: 7,62 mm

Cartridge: 7,62х54 mm of R

Weight with magazine without magazines: 9,2 kg.

Overall Length: 1270 mm

Magazine Capacity: 10

Accuracy fire of three bullets from four at a distance of 100 m: 150 mm

In hands of the Soviet soldiers Degtyarev's machine gun was terrible weapon in fights with the Japanese militarists at the lake Hassan (1938) and the river Halkhin-Gol (1939), in war with belofinna (1938-1940), in battles of the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)

RIFLES

BI 7-3

Caliber: 5,6 mm

Weight: 4 kg

Length: 500 mm

Overall length: 1035 mm

Magazine Capacity: 5

Sports 5-shooter rifles of caliber 5,6 mm are intended for firing in biathlon competitions at a distance of 50 m. Magazines of ring ignition with the maximum operational pressure of powder gases no more than 180 MPas are applied to firing (1836 kgfs / кВ.см). Are produced by JSC Izhmash in lots since 1991. Rifle BI 7-3 is recommended to women and juniors.

Mosin's rifle (TO)

Caliber: 7,62 mm

The applied magazine caliber: 7,62 x 54 mm

Weight: 4 kg

Length: 1232 mm

Magazine Capacity: 5

Aim range: 1000 m

Mosin's rifle, known as well-known «Three-liner», was the main firearm of revolution of 1917, and also  of the Great Patriotic War. Mosin's rifle of a sample of 1891 is considered of the most famous samples of the Russian weapon. The imperial three-liner was involved in Russian-Japanese, and then and in World War I.

Tokarev Self-loading Rifle, Model of 1940 (SVT-40)

Caliber: 7,62 mm

The applied magazine caliber: 7,62 x 54 mm

Weight: 3,8 kg

Length: 1230 mm

Feed system: 10-round detachable box magazine

Distance vision (with scope): over 1500 meters

Muzzle velocity: 829 m/s

Rate of fire: 20 - 25 rounds per minute

The SVT-38 saw its combat debut in the 1939–1940 Winter War with Finland. The SVT-40 was a more refined, lighter design incorporating a modified, folding, magazine release. The handguard was now of one-piece construction and the cleaning rod housed under the barrel. Other changes were made in an effort to simplify manufacture. Production of this improved rifle began in July 1940 at Tula, and later at factories in Izhevsk and Podolsk. Production of the Mosin–Nagant M1891/30 bolt-action rifle continued, remaining the standard-issue rifle to Red Army troops, with the SVT-40 more often issued to non-commissioned officers and elite units like the Naval Infantry.

Small-caliber rifle

CZ 455

Caliber: 22LR

Overall Weight: 3000 гр

Barrel  length: 630 mm

Overall length: 1083 mm

Magazine Capacity: 5

The small-caliber rifle CZ 455 is the multicharged rifle with the closed system of a lock (classical longitudinally sliding) intended for hunting and sports firing with a possibility of regulation of effort of sear.

Self-loading hunting carbine Vepr-3V (VPO-134)

Caliber: 7.62 mm

The applied magazine caliber: 7,62 x 39 mm

Overall Weight: 4900 гр

Barrel  length: 590 mm

Overall length: 1040 mm

Magazine Capacity: 5, 10

Aim range: 300 m

Russian self-loading hunting carbine Vepr-3V (VPO-134), made on the basis of a light machine gun Kalashnikov (RPK).

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