Gunsmith from the DNI created a submachine gun for urban fighting
In the Donetsk People's Republic developed a new submachine gun. According to the developer, this PP "Oplot" is created for internal troops and special forces and is designed for combat in urban environments and in the premises.
Creator weapons Vladimir Mishchenko explained that the Oplot PP was developed for the PM cartridge and operates according to the free-gate scheme. There is a three-position safety lock, fire is fired by single shots and bursts. On the PP installed an open sight, retractable butt and (where to go from this) the Picatinny rail. The shop uses a magazine for 25 cartridges. The rate of fire - 850-900 shots per minute. Sighting range - 75 meters, maximum - 350 meters. It is possible to install a silencer, also produced in the DNR.
Currently, the PP is in the finalization stage. In the process of testing a proposal was made to install a different butt and a custom sight. In addition, it is supposed to use two types of stores: one for a regular cartridge, and the second for a special cartridge for firing with a silencer.
Recall that this is not the first development gunsmiths DNI. Earlier, Donetsk craftsmen demonstrated 23-mm sniper rifle "Separatist".
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