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For equipment "Warrior" upgraded 10 weapon models

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Ten samples of small weapons were upgraded for combat equipment "Warrior", reports RIA News a message from the Commander-in-Chief of the Land Forces, Colonel-General Oleg Salyukov.



As part of the experimental design development "Warrior" developed and upgraded ten samples of small arms. Among them 9-mm sniper rifle "Vintorez", 9-millimeter machine "Shaft", X-NUMX-millimeter sniper rifle Dragunov, 7,62-mm machine gun "Pecheneg", 7,62-millimeter large-caliber sniper rifle, anti-personnel unit.
Salyukov said in an interview with the agency.

According to him, since February 2015, the products have been under “controlled exploitation”.

"All models of small arms improved the accuracy characteristics, increased resource, all equipped with Picatinny slats, introduced elements to improve the ergonomic characteristics of the weapon: tactical handles, butts with adjustable butt plates and board plates, adjustable bipod, shortened barrel length and low-noise device and flameless shooting for a special machine gun. Shops have been developed for automatic machines with the ability to visually monitor the presence of cartridges ", - told the commander in chief.

In addition, “in December 2016 of the year, two stages of comparative tests of 5,45-millimeter and 7,62-millimeter machines manufactured by the Kalashnikov Concern and the Degtyarev Plant in the military units of the Airborne and Land Forces were completed.”

The third and fourth stages of the tests, according to Salyukov, "are planned for the Naval units fleet and special purposes. " They should be completed in May of this year.
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  1. Rabinowicz
    Rabinowicz 22 February 2017 15: 27
    +1
    In the photo, the first soldier stood with Kalash, but what is the second for the weapon?
    1. san4es
      san4es 22 February 2017 15: 31
      +10
      Sounds like "Accuracy"
      1. 210ox
        210ox 22 February 2017 15: 35
        +11
        In the light of the confusion between AEK and AK, it seems that they will run with AK 74 for a long time ..
      2. Titsen
        Titsen 23 February 2017 00: 31
        +1
        Quote: san4es
        Sounds like "Accuracy"


        Do you believe that?

        Me not.

        Models ...
      3. Red_Hamer
        Red_Hamer 23 February 2017 06: 41
        +2
        "Accuracy" is, and the basis of the "Accuracy" complex is the same ORSIS "T-5000". 7,62x51 mm (NATO cartridge) and 8,6 × 69 mm (Lapua Magnum).
    2. NEXUS
      NEXUS 22 February 2017 15: 39
      +6
      Quote: Rabinovich
      In the photo, the first soldier stood with Kalash, but what is the second for the weapon?

      Sounds like an Orsis ...
      According to the article ... the question begs itself, WHEN ALWAYS WITH THE AUTOMATIC MACHINE THAT FOR THE WARRIOR SOLVE THAT?
      1. Roma 1977
        Roma 1977 22 February 2017 15: 43
        +7
        "Never. This is the army." (c) x \ f "DMB".
      2. Pivot
        Pivot 22 February 2017 15: 45
        +3
        It’s like a ram between two haystacks, and whoever literate is lobbying, that machine will be accepted into service while there’s a draw.
        1. ver_
          ver_ 22 February 2017 16: 49
          +4
          ... not a sheep - Buridanov donkey ...
          1. Pivot
            Pivot 22 February 2017 20: 13
            0
            One hell both stupid
      3. bouncyhunter
        bouncyhunter 22 February 2017 15: 46
        +10
        Quote: NEXUS
        According to the article ... the question begs itself, WHEN ALWAYS WITH THE AUTOMATIC MACHINE THAT FOR THE WARRIOR SOLVE THAT?

        The question is fair and logical, it has been discussed for a long time. I suspect the Kalashnikov is lobbying for its machine gun with all its might. There were reports that the AK-12 will be a combined arms, and special forces will receive the A-5,45. But seeing this does not suit someone, because things are still there ...
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 22 February 2017 15: 48
          +5
          Quote: bouncyhunter
          But seeing this does not suit someone, because things are still there ...

          Hmm ... grandfather Krylov just matured into the root.
      4. san4es
        san4es 22 February 2017 16: 17
        +14
        ORSIS T-5000 - The basis of the sniper complex "Precision" hi
      5. stoker
        stoker 22 February 2017 16: 53
        +1
        Quote: NEXUS
        Quote: Rabinovich
        In the photo, the first soldier stood with Kalash, but what is the second for the weapon?

        Sounds like an Orsis ...
        According to the article ... the question begs itself, WHEN ALWAYS WITH THE AUTOMATIC MACHINE THAT FOR THE WARRIOR SOLVE THAT?


        What happened? No seriously. In my opinion, the longer the trials go, especially the comparative ones, when competitors look closely one after another, the better.
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 22 February 2017 17: 39
          +5
          Quote: stoker
          What happened? No seriously. In my opinion, the longer the trials go, especially the comparative ones, when competitors look closely one after another, the better.

          Do we need a machine gun on paper, in endless competitions or in the army?
          1. stoker
            stoker 22 February 2017 18: 59
            +4
            So we have enough machines. The real ones. Verified in the service, and in hundreds of conflicts.
            AK-74 of all kinds, AK-107 (out, in the photo). What suddenly happened that we can’t wait 2-3 years?
            Tests are carried out competently, without rush. Separately for the main types and genera of aircraft.
            Perhaps they will both. Perhaps they will refuse both. If you don’t get radically better results compared to the 74th.

            The General Staff is not nervous, the MO is calm.
            1. NEXUS
              NEXUS 22 February 2017 19: 08
              +4
              Quote: stoker
              The General Staff is not nervous, the MO is calm.

              The point is not in the General Staff or the Moscow Region, but the matter is undercover fuss, which the army and the rearmament program are not benefiting. AEK-971 initially won the competition even if sclerosis doesn’t fail me, 3 years ago ... during this time, you could put all your efforts into improving this machine and put it into production already. Or do the same with AK- 12.
              By the way, sometimes I think why the same tar workers did not take something better, for example, from a Nikonov assault rifle, which, after a heap of fire, went around both of them. Or is it the professional secrets of individual design bureaus? So the country suffers from this. In general, this series is tired of the order because of these undercover cases, which against the background of the rearmament program, well, not at the box office. This is the same story as with the Mace. One design bureau wanted to grab a piece fatter, to the detriment of the interests and defense capabilities of the country.
              1. Voyager
                Voyager 22 February 2017 19: 22
                +2
                A double edged sword. AEK even if he won, apparently he did not meet the requirements. The second round has begun.
              2. stoker
                stoker 22 February 2017 19: 37
                +1
                So right now, in my opinion, the need for an undercover fight has disappeared. There is time to eliminate their shortcomings, and not urgently drown a competitor. The conditions are created so that everyone chooses their own way. If the products are decent - both in a series. For example, one is for the SV and the landing, the other is for the marines and special forces.

                Both weapons schools are preserved. The more complete the test, the more accurate the choice. In small arms, he is not yet dripping over us.

                But if the military says that it makes no sense to change, then what?
                1. NEXUS
                  NEXUS 22 February 2017 19: 40
                  +2
                  Quote: stoker
                  But if the military says that it makes no sense to change, then what?

                  Do you yourself believe that the "old man" AK-74 does not require a replacement? So, honestly and truthfully ... after all, the announcement of such a contest did not grow from scratch, it grew from nowhere to put money.
                  1. stoker
                    stoker 22 February 2017 20: 37
                    0
                    Quote: NEXUS
                    Quote: stoker
                    But if the military says that it makes no sense to change, then what?

                    Do you yourself believe that the "old man" AK-74 does not require a replacement? So, honestly and truthfully ... after all, the announcement of such a contest did not grow from scratch, it grew from nowhere to put money.


                    Actually, I meant that they would not want to change it to these samples.
                    And the state, sincerely, is already starting a re-equipment of the plants. This is where the real billions will fly into the pipe.

                    And the military should answer and justify the fundamental question of whether it is necessary to change. Once answered and justified, then it is necessary.

                    The question is different. Are these samples exactly what you need?

                    It’s possible that it’s not quite, and that’s why the tests have been going on for so long.
                    Designers have to work on something all the time.
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      6. Red_Hamer
        Red_Hamer 23 February 2017 04: 17
        0
        "Precision" is, they are now testing in the Airborne.
    3. Bykov.
      Bykov. 22 February 2017 15: 46
      +4
      Quote: Rabinovich
      In the photo, the first soldier stood with Kalash, but what is the second for the weapon?


      The rifle is similar to the Orsis T-5000.

      1. Maz
        Maz 22 February 2017 16: 26
        +4
        Not like Orsis, rather posted by SVD.
        1. Prapor-527
          Prapor-527 22 February 2017 19: 38
          +3
          Quote: Maz
          Not like Orsis, rather posted by SVD.

          Well, they said stupidity ... Wear glasses. hi
    4. APASUS
      APASUS 22 February 2017 16: 33
      +6
      Quote: Rabinovich
      and what is the second for the weapon?

      7.62 mm single-shot sniper rifle ORSIS T-5000
      1. sharp-lad
        sharp-lad 22 February 2017 22: 01
        +1
        And for what a single-shot rifle shop?
        1. AlexSam
          AlexSam 23 February 2017 00: 00
          +1
          made a five-shot ... or after each shot you need to insert a cartridge? but then, following the logic, the shop doesn’t need a mosquito ...
    5. self-propelled
      self-propelled 22 February 2017 16: 33
      +5
      by the way, and “Kalash” is something like balanced automation (judging by the gas pipe).

      AK-107.
      are they in the army? it seems like a competitor AK-12 in the competition for an automatic machine for the army A-545 (AEK-971 in girlhood) is charged with the complexity of the design (the very balanced automation).
      1. AlexSam
        AlexSam 23 February 2017 00: 06
        0
        yes, with a balanced one ... they are not in the army, they probably all have mattresses in gun shops ... it hurts too much they squeak from one hundred and seventh and one hundred and eighths ... probably Kalashnikov wound up the price by an order of magnitude higher than AEK, since the competition AK-12 left)) and the mattresses with their hands will be torn off as soon as the sanctions are lifted ...
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  2. san4es
    san4es 22 February 2017 15: 30
    +9
    It remains to connect the sights to the glasses (for shooting at night, from shelter)
    1. stas
      stas 22 February 2017 15: 42
      +1
      It is necessary to test the Warrior in business, in Syria and in the DLNR.
      1. Methane
        Methane 22 February 2017 16: 15
        +2
        Quote: stas
        It is necessary to test the Warrior in business, in Syria and in the DLNR.

        It seems that something similar flashed by the special forces ... xs.
        1. Voyager
          Voyager 22 February 2017 19: 23
          +1
          They have long been using, if not all, then most of the modules. Warrior as if in the troops if that))
      2. Prapor-527
        Prapor-527 22 February 2017 19: 43
        +2
        Quote: stas
        It is necessary to test the Warrior in business, in Syria and in the DLNR.

        All this time, the MO was waiting for your go-ahead ... now it will begin ...
  3. APASUS
    APASUS 22 February 2017 16: 22
    +1
    For machines developed stores with the ability to visually control the presence of cartridges ", -

    This is what’s called the integration of weapons into a common suit, a soldier must understand how many cartridges in the horn are not distracted by viewing, while the transparent horn does not roll at night. Actually, I assumed that such systems are polished for decades and immediately placed at the design level under the complex, and not vice versa, they are trying to roll up motley weapons into the complex.
    1. Monos
      Monos 22 February 2017 17: 32
      +5
      The "warrior" is not such a "rigid" system. Allows you to adapt an existing weapon to it. In general, this question is from the category: "What is earlier: an egg or a chicken?".
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 22 February 2017 18: 39
        +5
        Quote: Monos
        In general, this question is from the category: "What is earlier: an egg or a chicken?".

        You are naive as a child!
        Why should Kalashnikov integrate temperature sensors in the barrel, an ammunition sensor in a tape or a horn - this is not profitable! Instead of this, non-core assets are bought and Kalashnikov is now engaged in sewing clothes, producing boats, UAVs and has slowly become a super mega corporation, and let them deal with weapons offices such as ORSIS and Lobaev. We just got a light infantry machine gun, with the replacement of the SVD problems started, there was no heavy machine gun. Only automatic modules went where some of the electronics are bought over the hill. Guidance systems for UAVs, automatic weapons control are not at all.
        Of course, I would have taken up a new cartridge, but this is a huge amount of money and is not at all interesting for such offices as Kalashnikov
        1. Monos
          Monos 22 February 2017 18: 47
          +4
          Quote: APASUS
          You are naive as a child!

          Actually, I'm not talking about "effective management", but just about the technical problem. But this is - yes, this is such a trifle that merchandisers are not interested in.
        2. Prapor-527
          Prapor-527 22 February 2017 19: 52
          +1
          Quote: APASUS
          Why would Kalashnikov integrate temperature sensors into the barrel, an ammunition sensor in a tape or a horn - this is not profitable!

          "We are on the eve of a grandiose schucher," which "integrated temperature sensors in the barrel" are you talking about?
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 23 February 2017 09: 36
            +1
            Quote: Prapor-527
            "We are on the eve of a grandiose schucher," which "integrated temperature sensors in the barrel" are you talking about?

            Can still tell why the tank bend sensor?
        3. IS-80_RVGK2
          IS-80_RVGK2 23 February 2017 14: 30
          0
          Quote: APASUS
          We just got a light infantry machine gun

          But what about the PKK? Or for you, and a hundred years just "only"? smile
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 23 February 2017 19: 18
            +2
            Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
            Quote: APASUS
            We just got a light infantry machine gun

            But what about the PKK? Or for you, and a hundred years just "only"? smile

            Maybe I didn’t quite successfully put the phrase, but anyway, how old is the PKK?

            RPK-16 just ordered an experimental batch for the Moscow Region, and will be put into service for another 200 years
  4. MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 22 February 2017 18: 23
    +5
    All small arms models have improved accuracy, increased resource, all of them are equipped with Picatinny rails ...
    and many other things, but not a word about the sights. Why the hell should we have picnets if there is nothing to put on them? Probably the soldier himself needs to get the sight and everything else. And will the accuracy and increased resource come in handy if the bourgeois with the standard optics manages to kill us several times while we take the fly completely, and even then only if we can make out the adversary from far away.
  5. The brightest
    The brightest 22 February 2017 20: 01
    +1
    I don’t understand what the “Warrior” is all about, it should be on its own, you never know what kind of weapon it is. Well, all right, the main thing is that we won’t get to the development of the soldiers, to the “Warrior” kit.
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  7. mr.redpartizan
    mr.redpartizan 22 February 2017 21: 22
    +3
    There are practically no new samples. Setting the bar for optics, an ergonomic handle and a folding adjustable butt does not make the weapon new. Where is the new army pistol? Why is it taking so long with a new machine gun? A-545 originates from AEK-971, which is already about forty years old. Really for forty years, technologists and designers have done nothing to eliminate its shortcomings? After the war, in just four years, the famous SKS and AK were created, the glory of which does not fade, and Russia in peacetime cannot in 25 years rearm the army with new small arms.
    1. The brightest
      The brightest 23 February 2017 05: 21
      0
      Everything has a side-chapel of development.
    2. Pivot
      Pivot 23 February 2017 10: 13
      0
      Actually, the AK 74 is a very good assault rifle for military operations, you just need to replace the machine park on which it is produced, picatinny rails and ergopriklad are necessary things, optics or calimators are options, they can always be changed like wheels on a car.
  8. AlexSam
    AlexSam 22 February 2017 23: 55
    +1
    Quote: stoker
    So we have enough machines. The real ones. Verified in the service, and in hundreds of conflicts.
    AK-74 of all kinds, AK-107 (out, in the photo).

    remind me please, in which troops do we have enough AK107, 108 and in which hundreds of conflicts were they checked?
  9. AKS-U
    AKS-U 23 February 2017 10: 25
    0
    Kalash is a name and a powerful lobby. (After all, someone feeds from this trough.)
    AEK-971 is a new step in small arms.
    Hence the eternal struggle.
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    And yet she spins.