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Submachine Guns - Russia/USSR

Kalashnikov AKSU-74

The AKSU-74 short assault rifle (the "U" suffix means "Ukorochennyj" in Russian = "Shortened" in English) has been developed in the late 1970s from the AKS-74 assault rifle. The AKSU-74 was intended as a personal defense weapon for tanks, guns, helicopters and other vehicles crews, and for the sp...

OTs-02 Kiparis

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The OTs-02 Kiparis (Cypress) submachine gun had been developed during the early 1990s for Russian police ...

PP 90 / 90M

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The PP-90 represents the abortive attempt to copy the concept (an...

PP 93

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The PP-93 submachine gun had been developed circa 1993 as a non-folding version of earlier PP-90 clandestine submac...

PP-19 Bizon

This interesting submachine gun had been developed in Izhevsk at the famous IZHMASH state arms factory during the early 1990s, and first appeared on public circa 1993. Obviously influenced by the somewhat unsuccessful Calico submachine guns, Bizon (Bison) SMG combined high capacity "helical" maga...

PP-2000

The PP-2000 is the latest development of the famous Instrument Design Bureau (KBP) from Tula, Russia. It has been first displayed on public in 2004, although the patent for its layout has been filed in 2001 and issued in 2003. So far it is not issued to any troops but offered for all interested d...

PP-90M1

The PP-90M1 submachine gun is the latest development of the Tula-based famous KBP design bureau. It is a completely new development, despite its designation, that could misleadingly suggest that it is a derivative of the PP-90 and PP-90M folding clandestine machine guns. PP-90M1 could be describe...

PPD-1940

The PPD (Pistolet-Pulemyot Degtyarova) had been developed by famous Russian small arms designer Fedor Degtyarov by 1934. It was formally adopted by the Red Army in 1935 and entered limited production as the PPD-34. Made in small numbers, it was mostly relegated for NKVD use, mostly for border gua...

PPS-43

The PPS-43 (Pistolet-Pulemet Sudaeva, model of 1943 = Sudaev SMG) was born as an answer to the need in more compact and mobile weapon, than PPSch-41, then in use by Soviet Army. PPSch was too big and too heavy to be used by tank crews and mobile recon groups and paratroopers, so Army issued an re...

PPSh-41

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The PPSh-41 (Pistolet Pulemjot Schpagina model of 1941 = Shpagin submachinegun) was one of major infa...

 

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