Militia weapons

Militia weapons

The last decade of the 20th century in the post-Soviet space turned out to be incredibly restless. As the protagonist of a feature film joked: “... catastrophes, prostitution, banditry, and a shortfall in the army." All this was true for that hectic time. Of course, in such a hectic time, the police was not easy. So, what are the guards of the law armed with in those years?

1. Makarov pistol

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A well-known self-loading pistol, which was developed by Soviet designer Nikolai Fedorovich Makarov back in 1948. It was adopted in 1951. As a personal weapon was used not only by law enforcement officers, but the military. Without cartridges, this device weighs 0.73 kg. As ammunition cartridge is used 9x18 mm PM. The combat rate of fire is 30 rounds per minute, and the sighting range is 50 meters. It feeds a pistol from the store for 8 rounds.
2. Gun Yarygin "Rook"

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Self-loading pistol already Russian production. Serially produced at Izhevsk Mechanical Plant. Weight is 0.95 kg.As ammunition used cartridge 9x19 mm Parabellum. The target range is identical to the PM - 50 meters. It feeds weapons from the magazine for 18 rounds. Produced since the late 90s.
3. Submachine gun "Vityaz"

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"Vityaz" is a 9-mm pistol machine gun, which was developed by Izhmash in 2004 specifically for the units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. The name of the weapon received by the name of the unit, which was originally supposed. The basis of the design of this weapon lay machine AKS-74U. The weapon has a good ergonomics, compared with the AK. Weight without magazine - 2.9 kg. Aim range - 200 meters. It feeds weapons from shops for 30 rounds.
4. AKS-74U

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Where are the organs without genuine "classics"? Although the "U" can be safely considered a weapon highly dubious in its characteristics, this machine gun has been in service with the Ministry of Internal Affairs for many decades. Weight without ammunition is 2.7 kg. 5.45 x 39 mm cartridge is used as ammunition. Aim range reaches 500 meters, and the effective is not more than 300 meters. Ammunition is carried out from the box magazine for 30 rounds.

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In the 90s, it was still possible to see old, but not good (against popular "popular" opinion) Tula Tokarevs among law enforcement officers.During the Second World War and the post-war period in the USSR about 1,740,000 TTs were made. Far from all of them were shot and carried through a pulley pool. A lot of TT was "clean." As a result, the gun became one of the most abducted types of weapons in the 90s and was always in demand by the criminals.
6. PMM

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Makarov modernized pistol was developed in the early 90s. Weapons were used, both in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and in the army. Weight without cartridges is 0.76 kg. A 9x19 mm PMM cartridge is used as ammunition. Aim range - 50 meters. It feeds from the store for 12 rounds.
7. PR-73 and PR-90

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Behind the “terrible” abbreviation is the usual “Stick rubber,” a non-lethal weapon used by police around the world. In the 1990s, a fundamentally new baton was also created called PUS-2 “Argument”. Initially, this club was used only by riot policemen.

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