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Saturday, June 19, 2021


Origin Turkish FlagTurkey
Designer is SARSILMAZ
Designed in 2021
Manufacturer is MKEK, Sarsılmaz Arms
Produced in 2021-present
Weight: 12 kg (26.4 lb) without magazine
Length: 1200 mm (47,24 in)
Barrel length: 547 mm (21,53 in)
Cartridge: 7.62×51mm NATO
Action: Gas-operated, open position
Rate of fire: 1st set 600 rounds/min
2nd set 800 rounds/min
3rd set 1100 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity: 850 m/s (2,788 ft/s)
Effective firing range: 600 m (660 yd)
Sights: Iron sights or various optics

Friday, May 22, 2020


canik tp9 sub mete
Origin Turkish FlagTurkey
Caliber: 9mm 12 rounds
Length: 170 mm
Height: 117 mm
Width: 37 mm
Barrel Length: 91,5 mm
Weight: 695 gr with empty magazine
Reversible Magazine Catch
TRUGLO Tritium Night Sight Set(SUB METE PRO)
3 White Dot Set(Standard)
MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny Rail
Interchangeable Backstrap (2 sizes)
Loaded Chamber Indicator
Striker Status Indicator
Micro Reddot Ready
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Wednesday, May 20, 2020


mkek knt-76 sniper rifle
Origin: Turkish FlagTurkey
Operating Principle: Short stroke, Gas Operated, Rotating Bolt
Calibre: 7.62x51mm NATO
Barrel Length: 508 mm
Length (Open Butt): 1110 mm
Length (Closed Butt): 1030 mm
Weight: 5000 g (without magazine)
Type of Fire: Semi Automatic
Accuracy: 1.5 MOA
Number of Grooves: 4
Muzzle Velocity: 805 m/s (Lapua HPS 170 grain), 840 m/s (MKE M80)
Effective Range (sound): 800 m
Trigger Force: 15-25 Newton
Magazine Capacity: 20
Buttstock: Telescopic, Cheek adjustable, 80 mm, 5 Stages


mkek mpt-55
Origin Turkish FlagTurkey
Operating Principle: Short stroke, Gas Operated, Rotating Bolt
Calibre: 5.56x45mm NATO
Barrel Length: 279.4 mm / 368.5 mm
Length (Closed Butt): 730 mm / 800 mm
Weight: 3000 g / 3300 g (without magazine)
Type of Fire: Semi - Full Automatic
Accuracy: 4 MOA
Number of Grooves: 6
Rate of Fire: 800 rds/min
Muzzle Velocity: 800 m/s / 850 m/s
Effective Range (sound): 400 m
Trigger Force: 20-30 Newton
Magazine Capacity: 30
Buttstock: Telescobic, 84 mm, 7 Stages


mkek mpt-76
Origin Turkish FlagTurkey
Designer is MKEK
Designed in 2009
Manufacturer is MKEK, Sarsılmaz Arms, Kalekalıp
Produced in 2014-present
Weight: 4.1 kg (9.0 lb)
Length: 920 mm (36 in)
Barrel length: 406 mm (16.0 in)
Cartridge: 7.62×51mm NATO
Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt
Rate of fire: 700 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity: 800 m/s (2,600 ft/s)
Effective firing range: 600 m (660 yd)
Feed system: 20 or 30-round detachable magazine
Sights: Iron sights or various optics
The MPT (stands for Turkish: Millî Piyade Tüfeği, English: National Infantry Rifle) is a modular rifle family designed by MKEK and produced by MKEK, Sarsılmaz Arms and Kalekalıp to meet the demands of the Turkish Armed Forces and to replace its aging rifles such as Heckler &  Koch G3 and Heckler &  Koch HK33 due to most of them being near the end of their service life. The MPT was designed for robust high altitude, all weather combat, capable of functioning in extreme hot and cold weather. The MKEK MPT is a rifle intended to take abuse and extreme mistreatment and still maintain high accuracy and reliability in order to survive in true battle environments. The Turkish government has invested US$22 million into the project. It made its first public appearance at the Eurosatory 2014, ADEX 2014 and the MSPO 2014 events.

Thursday, May 14, 2020


hatsan escort bts410
Hatsan Escort BTS 410 Tactical Bullpup Automatic Shotgun
Origin: Turkish FlagTurkey
System: System with gas
Caliber: 36 Cal
Magazin capacity: 2+1 / 5+1 / 10+1
Package is including to;
- Special Hard Plastic Hatsan box
- Open/Close Aim set (It can put/remove on body over)
- Special Tactical 22 mm Handle bar (It can put/remove on body over)
- 2+1 / 5+1 / 10+1 3 Pieces metal magazine
- Hatsan Tactical strap band
Barrel length: 51 cm
Weigth: 3880 Gram
Bullet size: 76 mm Magnum
Mobile shock: No / Fix
Barrel type: Slug barrel
Typr: Automatic shotgun
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Monday, April 1, 2013


What do you get when you cross a car wash spray nozzle with a Thompson submachine gun? No, it's not a joke. It's a new and rather unconventional .45-caliber (.45 ACP) subgun that attenuates/mitigates felt recoil and muzzle rise/climb--thus increasing controllability--on full-auto by putting the bore axis at or slightly below the centerline of the shooter's fist and forearm and combining that ergonomic aspect with a mechanical recoil attenuation/mitigation system. It's called the KRISS Super V Sub-machine gun, and it's brought to you by the good folks at Transformational Defense Industries (TDI), headquartered in Washington, D.C. That's more than a little ironic. Think about it--a select-fire (full-auto capable) small arm being developed in D.C., one of the most anti-legal-firearms-ownership/anti-Second Amendment cities in the country. Most likely, TDI's manufacturing facility is located outside the District (in an actual state, somewhere), and it would seem logical that their testing facility would be located somewhere in Virginia. We'll look into it.

TDI claims that in addition to reducing felt recoil and muzzle rise on full-auto, the KRISS's unique design...

reduces weapon weight by as much as 50%. The total number of parts (including moving parts) is supposed to also be lower, but DefRev doesn't have a parts count, yet. According to the company, the KRISS Super V subgun can be adapted to other calibers. We assume this means that 9mm (9x19mm) and .40 S&W versions are possible. The TDI website states that the KRISS prototype has already been "extensively analyzed and tested by the US Army Picatinny Arsenal" (NJ), and that the the KRISS weapons platform "has proven itself to be a major step forward that can equip the war fighters of today with the ability to deliver a large quantity of high impact rounds with the accuracy that can only come from a low-recoil, light-weight weapon."

DefenseReview will try to acquire the results of those tests, ASAP. In the meantime, we highly recommend that our readers take a look at the KRISS Super V Sub-machine gun video clip (link below). From viewing the video clip, it's DefRev's opinion that TDI needs to do a just a few things with regard to further developing the KRISS:

1) Develop a 30-round magazine, or make the KRISS compatible with Thompson 30-round box mags.

2) Redesign and elongate the magwell so it can be used as a vertical foregrip, or design an actual vertical foregrip (fixed or folding) for the weapon. If a folding vertical foregrip is designed, it must be sturdy/robust. If a separate vertical foregrip is added, the barrel will most likely have to be lengthened slightly. Without a vertical foregrip, the firing method employed by the test shooters in the TDI video clip looks just a wee-bit dangerous for the shooter, as the support hand must be placed awfully close to the muzzle during full-auto fire. It just doesn't look safe to us. A robust vertical foregrip would provide for a much more secure (and thus safer) hold. It would also allow the KRISS to be used as a less-lethal blunt impact weapon for CQB/CQC (Close Quarters Battel/Close Quarters Combat), where lethal force isn't necessarily required.

3) Reduce the weapon's cyclic rate/rate-of-fire (ROF) a bit.
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