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  1. Notice how strong the recoil is. In my opinion, even an experienced shooter will find it difficult to conduct intensive shooting. And do not say that the shooter is not a professional. Here's a video where a little girl shoots, from Beretta)) Look at the recoil of the gun) It is smaller than the "Udav". I specifically gave a link to this video, since the Beretta 9x19 cartridges and Udav 9x21 cartridge are extremely similar in characteristics.
  2. These are the magazines of the same author - Vladimir Kamzolov. The first one has a plastic case, and the second one is made of steel. They are from the same project "Poplin"(1971), and have the same index - "M100" (100 rounds 5.45x39). On the RPK-16, this magazine is installed to draw attention to modern developments in this direction. And a little more history:
  3. 0:40 The police force the detainee to crawl on the floor like a caterpillar)))
  4. https://historical.ha.com/itm/long-guns/russian-mauser-bolt-action-rifle-with-bayonet/a/6194-40596.s?ic4=GalleryView-Thumbnail-071515 110$ ...7300 rubles 32000 rubles .....480 $ Blank firing rifle - 480 dollars )))) I don't even know it's funny or it's crazy. Licensed hunting rifle ...11800 rubles ...180$
  5. The identification system of people reading the blog Maxim Rudolfovich Popenker.
  6. Hunting (civilian) version ))) МА-ПП-91 ) МА - "Молот Армз" - "Molot Arms"
  7. 40 & 30rnd experimental 5,45x39. OTs-12 "Tiss" / OTs-14 "Groza" 9x39. Experimental SVK / SVK-S 6x49.
  8. U.S. MACHINE GUN T23E1 .30 SN# 1 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1943 Manufactured by Springfield Armory, Springfield, Ma. - Gas-operated, air-cooled, belt-fed, automatic weapon capable of delivering both a high and low rate of automatic fire as well as semi-automatic fire. 4-groove rifling, right hand twist. Fed by ammunition box capable of holding 100 rounds. Weapon weighs approximately 26.65 lbs. Evolved from T10 series. Improved T23 with addition of a Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) type rate reducer enabling weapon to fire at slow rate. Equipped with flash hider, bipod, carrying handle. Notes: Except for the machine guns aficionados, this weapon is virtually unknown. It evolved from the T10 series of weapons. The T10s were made in collaboration with Colt, High-Standard and Auto-Ordnance and it is believed that Bill Ruger worked on this project for awhile. The project laid dormant until Clarence Simpson of the Springfield Armory was ordered to pick it up in 1943. His version included a BAR type rate reducer enabling the weapon to fire at a slower rate. While the weapon tested well, the project was never seriously considered for adoption since they could not get the weight of the weapon under 26 lbs. http://ww3.rediscov.com/spring/VFPCGI.exe?IDCFile=/spring/DETAILS.IDC,SPECIFIC=11344,DATABASE=71375263 P.S.