OSV-96 large-caliber sniper rifle caliber 12,7 mm was developed in the middle of 1990x in Tula, in the Instrument Engineering Bureau (KBP), originally known as B-94. First introduced in 1994. After a slight modernization, it entered service under the designation OCB-96. Currently, the rifle is offered to all interested domestic and foreign buyers.
In 2014, the company also launched a modern production line for the production of Israeli automatic rifles Galil ACE 31 (a shortened model) and Galil ACE 32 under a license from the Israeli private company Israel Weapon Industries (IWI). It is reported that both samples are manufactured under the Russian (Soviet) cartridge 7,62x39 mm. Rifles are designed to replace Kalashnikov assault rifles of the same caliber in the Vietnamese army.