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The Small Arms Thread, Part 8: 2018; ICSR to be replaced by US Army with interim 15mm Revolver Cannon.

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   MOSCOW, March 12. / TASS /. The new Lebedev pistol will be adopted by the Russian Guard in 2020, primarily they will be armed with special forces. According to TASS in the Russian Guard, the weapon is quite functional with the ability to install additional items of equipment.

   “This is a Lebedev modular pistol, which will be adopted by the Russian National Guard in 2020. A promising model, the development of the Kalashnikov concern. The pistol has passed preliminary tests, it has proved to be very good."

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   Scouts of the 16th ObrSpN in the Tambov region received the first batch of AK-12 assault rifles.

The first batch of more than 500 Kalashnikov AK-12s entered service with the special forces brigade of the Western Military District, deployed in the Tambov Region.

 

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