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Weapons of NPO "High-precision complexes" at the exhibition MILIPOL 2013

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Photo report, made at the booth of NPO "High-Precision Complexes" at the MILIPOL 2013 exhibition in Paris.



Weapons of NPO "High-precision complexes" at the exhibition MILIPOL 2013











































































































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  1. PSih2097
    PSih2097 3 December 2013 08: 18
    +9
    When they begin to show well at least something new or at least promising ...
    1. Strezhevchanin
      Strezhevchanin 3 December 2013 10: 13
      +5
      Quote: PSih2097
      When they begin to show well at least something new or at least promising ...

      If so unbearable, get a job in KB wink you look and tell us a fun question.
  2. Brother
    Brother 3 December 2013 09: 04
    +5
    Photos need to be signed, not photographs of signs under each trunk.
    That's what it's called?
    1. Strezhevchanin
      Strezhevchanin 3 December 2013 10: 22
      0
      Quote: Brother
      That's what it's called?

      Campaign she.
      They just didn’t do anything with her.
      1. Brother
        Brother 3 December 2013 10: 38
        0
        Maybe she, maybe not request. Shop sniper rifles with a longitudinally-sliding shutter are all similar in appearance, and so you need to sign each photo to make it clear.

        Battlefield 3 bully
        1. Strezhevchanin
          Strezhevchanin 3 December 2013 10: 55
          +2
          Check out the picture and the inscription winked
          1. Brother
            Brother 3 December 2013 11: 13
            +1
            I already thought that no one on the military-patriotic website would guess ... winked
            Check out the picture and the inscription

            Where do you think I got my nickname from? hi It was from this magazine that I took it, it's true.
      2. bullet
        bullet 3 December 2013 11: 02
        +1
        The SV-98 sniper rifle (index 6V10) is produced in Izhevsk, at the former Izhmash OJSC, now the Kalashnikov Concern. And all the weapons shown in the photo are produced in Tula at KBP OJSC.
        1. bullet
          bullet 3 December 2013 11: 31
          0
          To blame, BCC, AC, PSS - TOZ; SR-3 was developed in TsNIITochmash Klimovsk.
    2. bullet
      bullet 3 December 2013 10: 56
      +3
      Sniper rifle MTs-116M
      1. Brother
        Brother 3 December 2013 11: 16
        0
        thanks for the info hi
        1. bullet
          bullet 3 December 2013 11: 17
          0
          To your health!
    3. tilovaykrisa
      tilovaykrisa 3 December 2013 13: 37
      0
      On Izhevsk oven looks like only bipod interfere.
  3. PiP
    PiP 3 December 2013 11: 20
    +2
    And why are most of the exhibits at the exhibition somehow 'broken'? Hence the conclusion suggests itself that they exist in single copies or that the manufacturers came to the exhibition under the motto "we don't really need this" ...
    1. bullet
      bullet 3 December 2013 11: 35
      +1
      And this is a question for the quality of protective coatings. Of the KBP samples, only GSh-18 and AGS-30 were adopted by the Moscow Defense Forces. The rest are operated by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the FSB.
  4. Vital 33
    Vital 33 3 December 2013 12: 50
    +2
    Notable gizmos. Two things "sadden": 1-There are no novelties, the samples show at best ten years old. And the second, I don't know how to whom, but the "culture of performance" strikes me very much. Very much stamped metal (it seems that the machines and technologies have remained since the 2s), discord with foreign samples from new materials (special plastics, etc.).
    Just don't say that they say "and if you drop it ....", all this has already been passed.
    1. Kir
      Kir 3 December 2013 18: 02
      +1
      Well, in terms of plastics, I would not overestimate the West, and even more so for composites, by the way, in a sniper's office, it seems like a composite based on carbon fiber is used, and in terms of it we are leaders; will confirm, but as a characteristic of the progress of the West, look at such "novelties" as a loader, Teflon, and so on, so maybe you shouldn't overestimate their achievements and underestimate your own. With regards to culture, well, do not forget to recall our recent history, it probably greatly contributed to progress, this time, another, but what is the price of their and our samples, and not only how much in the price of each of them is the "estimate" of the labor of workers and engineers, but how much goes for the "urgent needs" of managers and other "shock workers" of labor and a lot more count, so it's not a fact that what we see is not worth more than what is actually invested in it.
    2. uzer 13
      uzer 13 3 December 2013 18: 41
      +1
      I was going to write the same thing. On the agenda is the problem of new technologies and updating the machine park and equipment. Another new philosophy for designing weapons, not related to the use of a hammer and chisel, is required.
      1. Kir
        Kir 3 December 2013 18: 53
        +2
        You really look at the problem and you will see that the "new" is not so new, everything is correct about the park with one thing. But, we need to tighten ours, especially since if all the documentation was not stolen or bought by our "friends", then I think many are not allowed will be surprised that many domestic developments are not so bad even now. I don’t understand about design, maybe technology is it? all the more so since pre-production and experienced ones, except for some operations, will still be born for a long time with the help of simple tools, and sometimes a mat.
        1. uzer 13
          uzer 13 4 December 2013 02: 31
          0
          I don’t think our weapons are bad, in my opinion it’s better and more reliable than foreign ones. For military operations it’s almost perfect. But if you still put your hands on it, add accessories, sights, highlights, etc. it won’t be worse. One shouldn’t forget about the appearance - if there are ideas of selling on the foreign market, it matters. And about another design philosophy, we can say that times are changing, computer modeling should be more actively applied, there are a lot of nodes and parts, the design of which can be improved. Even the ammunition can be made better, not only in geometry. Now it’s time to develop new chemical compounds that have a lot of gunpowder, energy.
          1. uzer 13
            uzer 13 4 December 2013 02: 54
            0
            I also forgot to write, maybe someone will find it useful: when shooting high-speed video (you can use a Casio household camera for this), design weaknesses are clearly visible. For example, the machine has a bent receiver, its lid hanging and there is some breakthrough of powder gases from the treasury. there is something to improve.
            1. Kir
              Kir 4 December 2013 15: 50
              0
              Well, you must agree that not only ours are "sinning", this is one thing, you would address this to the gunsmiths, I am more than sure that this is not only from the quality, but also from the fact that some size allowances are simply needed, but how much you can minimize this is the question.
              Regarding the appearance, forgive me, it is often often subjective on the one hand, and on the other it is often dictated by the application.
              About the replacement of gunpowder has long been said, but in general what they show us, I think, as it were, not much less than a quarter of what is available, I also think about gunpowder.
              But about Kashio in more detail, if possible, he has the ability to shoot several thousand frames per second, just like the technical one goes from 10.000 frames per second!
              1. uzer 13
                uzer 13 5 December 2013 02: 09
                +1
                The scanner is broken, I took a photo of the page, the magazine Best Digital Cameras 2008 June. The text can be read with magnification. This device is made on a new high-speed matrix that allows ultra-fast shooting. Not everywhere can be found on sale. Nikon V-series cameras also have high-speed shooting capabilities and J = Frame size (pixels) / HD video • 1920 x 1080 / 60i (59,94 fields / s **) • 1920 x 1080 / 30p
                recording speed (29,97 frames per second) • 1280 x 720 / 60p (59,94 frames per second)
                Time Lapse Movie • 640 x 240/400 frames per second
                (plays at 30p / 29,97 frames per second)
                • 320 x 120/1200 frames per second (plays at speed
                30p / 29,97 frames per second) is the data from the technical data. Casio is faster than Nikon, but you still need to look for it, and Nikon can be bought everywhere.
                As for the machine, I can also say that the bolt frame when pulling back runs onto the trigger and throws up with all the ensuing consequences. After that, it hits the back wall of the receiver and is thrown forward, then when it passes the trigger, it goes down again - that is, it makes intricate curvilinear reciprocating movement. Here and reserves to increase the accuracy of the battle-apply a pneumatic damper and abandon the trigger in favor of the hammer. Or at least strengthen the guides of the receiver.
                1. Kir
                  Kir 5 December 2013 02: 44
                  0
                  Thank you for what you did, but forgive you yourself were holding it in your hands? just 60 frames for taking pictures is something, especially since the Nikon 4D reporter at a cost of about 200.000 does not have such characteristics, and by the way I didn’t quite understand how ISO is related to movement, I understand still exposure, but ISO? It will be necessary to ask a familiar specialist and climb on the photoforums, and why there is no indication of 60r, because he already was then? As for the search, since I found even more substantial backs to Mamiya at 80 megapixels, as they say actually from the first page, and even the more exotic and the highest level Danish PhaseOne technique, not that Mamiya unit is not even at its base, there’s even a legend next to them Hasel did not stand for quality.
  5. wanderer_032
    wanderer_032 3 December 2013 13: 19
    +2
    Interesting rifle. Do not tell me what for the marvel:
    1. bazilio
      bazilio 3 December 2013 14: 42
      +2
      This is 6S8 VKS "Exhaust" chambered for 12.7x54 mm SC-130
      1. wanderer_032
        wanderer_032 3 December 2013 16: 09
        +1
        Thank you.
        I heard briefly about her, but have not yet seen the details.
        Evaluating under which cartridge it is made, I think that the "piece" is what you need.
        Yes, and almost silent.
        Myself would be like that.
        The hands are itchy.
        But probably only by special order, and the cartridge shortage is large.
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  7. Petrik66
    Petrik66 3 December 2013 13: 39
    +1
    Yes, the look is impressive. Well, we don’t even know how to do what we do well. And as for the old designs? there will be no others in the near future. Monopoly, even when it is AK, sooner or later destroys the new.
    1. bullet
      bullet 3 December 2013 14: 25
      +1
      12,7 special large-caliber sniper rifle "Exhaust" - FSB.
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  9. ametist
    ametist 3 December 2013 19: 32
    +2
    Samples regardless of age, worthy, but the appearance of the exhibits, however, leaves much to be desired. Scratched, the paint peeled off in places ... As if it weren’t brought to the exhibition, they just pulled it out of the trench. Could, perhaps, prepare.
  10. Slavs
    Slavs 3 December 2013 21: 35
    0
    Quote: Vital 33
    Notable gizmos. Two things "sadden": 1-There are no novelties, the samples show at best ten years old. And the second, I don't know how to whom, but the "culture of performance" strikes me very much. Very much stamped metal (it seems that the machines and technologies have remained since the 2s), discord with foreign samples from new materials (special plastics, etc.).
    Just don't say that they say "and if you drop it ....", all this has already been passed.

    I'm afraid about the machines and technologies you're right ...
  11. Slavs
    Slavs 3 December 2013 21: 35
    0
    Quote: Vital 33
    Notable gizmos. Two things "sadden": 1-There are no novelties, the samples show at best ten years old. And the second, I don't know how to whom, but the "culture of performance" strikes me very much. Very much stamped metal (it seems that the machines and technologies have remained since the 2s), discord with foreign samples from new materials (special plastics, etc.).
    Just don't say that they say "and if you drop it ....", all this has already been passed.

    I'm afraid about the machines and technologies you're right ...
  12. La-5
    La-5 4 December 2013 11: 39
    0
    SVD stupidly remade into Bullpup is a mockery of a sniper.
  13. Astrey
    Astrey 6 December 2013 12: 31
    +1
    A separate "THANKS" to the photographer for the original looking photos of Russian weapons. The maestro really touched the depths of my soul with his work, he could not help but post.

    But, these very interesting photos are presented somehow completely in French. And without the accompanying captions to the Iso, and without an introduction / explanation. We are not such experts as to instantly recognize the message of the author in a beautiful photograph. The photos are beautiful, I personally would call them frank. But ... the photographer presents his work as if offering them. And this is professional arrogance. Among the viewers of his work, the author assumes the majority of fans of computer games like "STLKR" (BCC) or Batllefild, minors, respectively.

    One gets (personally, I) the impression that this collection is a small part of another, larger-scale work like "Paris 2013 with Russian eyes" or "For Russian weapons the most offensive in Paris" with sketches from the life of Parisians and Russian exhibition groups.

    As a conclusion to my "mnogabukaf" I would like to wish the author good material for filming and time for their wide placement.