AS Val & VSS ‘Vintorez’ Developed during the early 1980s by the 1980s by the state-owned TsNIITochMash (Central Institute for Precision Machine Building) the AS Val and VSS were specially designed to fill the Russian special forces and intelligence agencies need for a suppressed assault rifle and marksman’s rifle. Barrett M107 .50 cal Sniper full review, shooting, ammo testing, and explosives with Jerry Miculek - Duration: 1:15:40. No worry, taxpayer foots the bill as always.Your email address will not be published.Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email. “Vintorez” is able to “remove” the enemy without the noise The VSS Vintorez is a Russian Integrally Suppressed Designated Marksman Rifle. Factories This rifle is lot #1019 at Morphy’s April 2019 auction.
The VSS, also called the Vintorez, is a suppressed designated marksman rifle that uses a heavy subsonic 9×39mm SP5 cartridge and armor-piercing SP6 cartridge. Just kidding!They sensibly have the attitude of submariners. The briefcase also has space for a PSO-1-1 scope, a NSPU-3 night sight and two magazines. How did people determine chamber pressure in the years before computers and fancy electronics? The VSS Vintorez is a Russian semi-automatic sniper rifle with an integral suppressor, derived from the AS Val.
No one will loose. Which one is better? Sep 4, 2019 - Russian VSS Vintorez and AS Val.
It is likely that similar is development in heavy weapons area. Development of a special rifle "Shaft" began in the first half of the 1980s in the Central Research Institute of Precision Engineering, in the city of Klimovsk, Moscow region.
Developed during the early 1980s by the 1980s by the state-owned “If better solution is found in roommate’s homework, and we are not explicitly instructed to do assignment solo, can we collaborate?”Yes, you are correct. On the other hand, smoothbore long guns were (and still are) called “ружьё”(ruzhyo).As for names, Russian naming system has a bunch of long-standing traditions, in case of VSS, the rifle was probably called Vintorez both because words “vint” and “vintovka” are cognate and VSS itself was designed as a hard-hitting special-purpose weapon, a tool for a specialist which could cut through body armor.As for other strange names:The funniest ones are mainly police equipment like the PUS-1 “Argument” baton, “Gentleness” handcuffs and some bulletproof vests: “Poncho”, “Shield” (just a transliterated English word) and so on, but that’s a whole another topicIs it just me or does Russia have an obsession with silently terrorizing people to death with its special forces? Designation. With the system, the rifle can be coupled to the PKS-07 collimated telescopic sight or the PKN-03 night sight. The weapon can also be deployed for night-time use with the 3.46x NSPUM-3 (1PN75), special version of NSPU-3 (For carriage and concealment the rifle is dismantled into three main components carried in a special briefcase measuring 450 x 370 x 140 mm (17.7 x 14.5 x 5.5 in). The VSS Vintorez (Russian: Винтовка Снайперская Специальная, Vintovka Snayperskaya Spetsialnaya which stands for "Special Sniper Rifle".Vintorez, "thread cutter" in Russian) is a Russian integrally suppressed sniper rifle.It uses the subsonic 9x39mm round, the same round used in the AS VAL.The VSS Vintorez is derived from the AS Val. The It was developed in 1987 by Due to the rifle being both expensive and in limited quantity, it is very rarely deployed according to some The AS Val and Most recently, they have seen action during The AS Val has an effective range of approximately 300 m, as it uses heavy The rifle has two modes of fire, semi-automatic and fully automatic fire, and has a cyclic rate of fire of 900 rounds per minute (RPM).