- Korobov TKB-517
TKB-517 After an unsuccessful participation machine Korobov TKB-408 in the 1946-1947 to the new 7.62-mm machine gun for the Soviet Army, GA Korobov continued search for new solutions to create a more efficient automatic weapons.
MINSAS Automatic MINSAS is a modified version of the automaton (assault rifle) INSAS caliber 5.56x45 mm Indian small arms system INSAS (Indian Small Arms System). INSAS Automatic MINSAS was developed based on machine caliber 5.56x45 mm INSAS, but under 5.56x30 mm caliber as a personal defense weapon (PDW - Personal Defense Weapon). Unlike INSAS in the machine MINSAS strongly shortened barrel.
- Automatic model Colt Commando CAR-15 / XM177 / Model 733 / Model 933
Colt CAR-15 Earlier version In 1965, commissioned by the U.S. Special Operations forces, based on the company Colt M16 assault rifle was designed compact automatic (assault rifle, or internal classification firm Colt - SMG) model Colt Commando.
- Automatic Nikonov AN-94 "Abakan»
AN-94 "Abakan» By the end of the 1970s in the Soviet Union, it became clear that the possibility of improving the small arms of the third generation are almost exhausted.
- -automatic grenade launcher A-91 / A-91M
early model A-91 C Grenade located above the barrel In the early 1990s, in the Tula Instrument Design Bureau (KBP) under the guidance of renowned designer weapons VP Gryazev was developed-automatic grenade launcher A-91, consisting of a 7.62-mm machine gun and a 40 mm grenade launcher.
- -automatic grenade launcher ADD K11
K11 With ammunition used In 2000, under the leadership of the Korean Agency for Defense Development (Agency for Defense Development) with the participation of a number of commercial firms such as Daewoo and Poonsang, work has started on a new project combined weapons - assault rifle - launcher XK11.
- -automatic grenade launcher Kbkg wz 60 / Kbkg wz 60/72
Kbkg wz 60 Kbk-AK from Soviet weapons Polish machines differed only mark on the receiver, which have now been translated into Polish. Issue machines Kbk-AK and Kbk-AKS was arranged on one of the oldest Polish arms companies - plant Zaklady Metalowe «Lucznik» № 11 in Radom.
- -automatic grenade launcher OTs-14 "Groza»
Individual assault weapon OTs-14-4A "Groza-4» With the grenade launcher In late 1992, designers TsKIB COO (Tula) Valery Telesh and Yuri Lebedev was launched initiative to develop a universal modular-automatic grenade launcher melee.
- -automatic grenade launcher XM-29 OICW
XM-29 OICW System OICW (Objective Individual Combat Weapon - objective individual combat weapon) was an attempt to dramatically improve the efficiency of individual weapons infantryman under enemy use of personal protective equipment (helmets, body armor) and terrain conditions (shelters). Development OICW XM-29 In 1989, the center of development of training programs and doctrines of the U.S. Army (US Army TRADOC) issued another advisory document called SAMP (Small Arms Master Plan - Master Plan (development) of small arms). This document also favored systems, shooting grenades OF remote undermining the target, and asked as a promising family of "objective" (OBJECTIVE, designed to perform a specific task) weapons.
- OTs-11 'Tiss »
OTs-11 'Tiss » Compact automatic OTs-11 'Tiss' was developed in the early 1990s, designers Tula Central KB Sporting Arms (TsKIB SOO) VN Telesh and V. Lebedev and originally created primarily for weapons MUP.
- Automatic - SMG Tavor MTAR 21 / Micro Tavor
Tavor MTAR 21 5.56x45 mm caliber In the 1990s, the Israeli company IMI (Israel Military Industries - company later IWI - Israeli Weapons Industries Ltd) was started to develop a new assault rifle, which resulted in the creation of a whole family of weapons labeled Tavor.
- Automatic underwater special MTA
MTA At the end of the 1960s in the Central Research Institute of Precision Engineering (TSNIITOCHMASH) were initiated development to create an effective weapon to combat swimmers of the Navy of the USSR.
- Shiryayeva AO-27
Automatic Shiryayeva AO-27 (Shop disconnected) Automatic AO-27 DI Shiryayeva design is an integral part of an experienced complex "weapon - a cartridge with swept bullet", developed at SRI-61 (later - TsNIITochmash) since 1960.
- Automatic (assault rifle) APS 95
APS 95 After the collapse of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), armed with an independent Croatia, which before 1991 to Yugoslavia Zastava M70 machines remained under Soviet 7.62x39 mm cartridge.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Colt M4 / M4A1
M4 Early release With permanent carrying handle And mounted grenade launcher M203 Experience with an assault rifle M16A1 Vietnam proved the necessity of creating a new compact model of arms for use in specific circumstances, which in size submachine gun would provide a damaging effect on the respective assault rifle ranges.
- Automatic (assault rifle) CZ 805 BREN
CZ 805 BREN A1 Sa Vz. 58 To replace in service with the Czech army, automaton Sa Vz. 58 caliber 7.62x39 mm, from November 2004 to October 2007, the project FI-IM/139 conducted research on a new automatic infantry weapon, which culminated in a automaton (assault rifle) CZ 805.
- Automatic (assault rifle) CZ Sa vz. 58
Sa vz. 58P Earlier version After creating in 1955 the Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO) under the leadership of the Soviet Union, in the framework of the countries - participants was initiated standardization of weapon systems and ammunition.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Daewoo K1 / K1A1 / MAX-1 / MAX-2
Daewoo K1 is the first modern automatic rifle developed by the military agency in South Korea ADD. Daewoo K1 In 1976, the Special Forces Command in South Korea ROKASWC put forward the requirements for creating a new weapon to replace, are in service, the American M3 submachine gun.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Heckler & Koch HK 53
HK 53A2 In the early 1970s, the company created a Heckler & Koch HK 53 machine shortened, production of which began in 1975. Automatic HK 53 was developed as a weapon to use it as a more "serious" alternative SMGs, and indeed the majority of this class of automata (AKM-74U, SIG SG 552 Commando, etc). HK 53A3 The stock closed HK 53 caliber 5.56h45 mm (.223 Rem) is designed based on previously issued by Heckler & Koch HK 33 machine (which in turn was based on the HK G3) and differs from its predecessor only smaller in size and weight and combines the power of an assault rifle with a compact submachine gun.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Heckler & Koch HK M27 IAR
M27 IAR In the middle of the first decade of the 2000s, with the aim of arming Marine Corps (ILC) of the United States the new model automatic weapons, a program was initiated IAR (Infantry Automatic Rifle - Infantry Automatic Rifle). Officially, the purpose of the program was put IAR replacement M249 SAW machine guns at the Commission offices.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Kbk AK / AKS / AKM / AKMS / Kbkg wz 60
Kbk-AK In 1952, Poland adopted, a member of the Warsaw Pact were adopted Soviet 7.62mm Kalashnikov AK raised from the USSR, under the designation of PMK (pistolet maszynowy Kalasznikowa - Kalashnikov submachine gun), and in 1957 - Kalashnikovs with metal folding stock (AKS) - under the designation PMKS.
- Automatic (assault rifle) KbkS wz 96 Beryl / KbkA wz 96 Mini-Beryl
KbkS wz 96 Beryl Poland became the first country in the former Warsaw Pact, which in 1994 began to take on small arms weapons NATO sample. This decision was motivated by the desire to accelerate the process of integration into NATO, as well as a plan to send troops in the NATO peacekeeping forces in the former Yugoslavia.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Kbk wz 2005 Jantar
Kbk wz. 2002 BIN At the beginning of the first decade of the XXI century, in Poland, in the framework of examining benefits bullpup configuration in the design and modernization of automatic weapons, work was begun to develop a new machine.
- Automatic (assault rifle) KL-7.62
KL-7.62 (Model KLS) During the Iran-Iraq war of 1980-1988 for arming the Iranian army was established by the Government of Iran to purchase large quantities of Chinese machines Type 56 (a copy of the Soviet Kalashnikov assault rifle AK). Later conglomerate Iranian Defense Industries Organization (DIO) was established its own production machines under the designation Type 56 KL-7.62. KLS KLF KLT Caliber, mm 7.62x39 Weight 3.57 3.8 3.6 Length, - Butt decomposed - The stock closed 890 --- 895 655 895 690 Barrel length, mm 415 store count.
- Automatic (assault rifle) LADA / CZ 2000
Automatic LADA Since 1958 the army has consisted of Czechoslovakia automata model CZ vz. Jiri Cermak 58 design chambered 7.62 × 39 mm, externally resembling AK, but with an original system of locking the barrel.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Madsen LAR M/62
Madsen LAR M/62 7.62x51 NATO chambered in 1957 by Madsen (Denmark) began work on creating automatic rifle chambered for 7.62x51 mm NATO for the army and for export. As a result, in 1962 introduced a new automatic Madsen LAR M/62 (Light Automatic Rifle M/62 - light automatic rifle model 1962). Automatic Madsen LAR M/62 was built under the scheme gas operated with a long stroke gas piston.
- Automatic (assault rifle) NGM-81
NGM-81 In 1981, the Hungarian People's Army (Magyar Nyphadsereg) with automatic re-start caliber 7.62x39 mm NGM-automatic 81 mm caliber 5.45h39.
- Automatic (assault rifle) PA md 86
PA md 86 With a fixed butt In the 1970s, under the member countries of the Warsaw Pact was held standardization of weapons and ammunition for the new caliber 5.45h39 mm. In this regard, the Soviet Union offered its satellites new Kalashnikov assault rifle AK-74. However Romania refused to license the production of AK-74, determined independently adapt caliber 5.45h39 mm, are armed with their own machines PM md 63 and PM md 65 caliber 7.62x39 mm, is exactly the licensed copy of the Soviet AKM with minor changes.
- Automatic (assault rifle) PM md 63/65/90
PM md 63 In the early 1960s, Romania, as well as other member states of the Warsaw Pact, the Soviet Union acquired the license to manufacture Soviet Kalashnikov AKM. PM md 63 When using the Romania Kalashnikov rifle caliber 7.62x39 mm was adopted for the designation PM md 63 (Pistol Mitraliera model 1963), and the production of the Romanian version of the Kalashnikov assault rifle established at the state arms factory.
- Automatic (assault rifle) Rheinmetall RH-70
Rheinmetall RH-70 In 1970, the German company Rheinmetall-Industrie-GmbH (Dusseldorf, Germany) was set up automatic pilot, received index RH-70. Caliber, mm 5.56x45 Length mm 790 length Barrel, mm 470 Weight 3.280 Shop, Count.