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The RK 62 (from Finnish rynnäkkökivääri 62, 'assault rifle 62'), officially 7.62 RK 62 and commercially M62, is an assault rifle manufactured by Valmet and Sako.It is the standard issue infantry weapon of the Finnish Defence Forces.
The RK 95 TP (from Finnish rynnäkkökivääri 95 taittoperä, 'assault rifle 95 folding stock'), officially 7.62 RK 95 TP and commercially known as the M95, is a 7.62×39mm Finnish assault rifle adopted in relatively small numbers by the Finnish Defence Forces in the 1990s.
The Sudayev AS-44 (Avtomat Sudayeva, Автома́т Суда́ева) was an early Soviet automatic rifle that was designed in 1944 by Alexey Sudayev.It was produced in limited numbers and tested during 1945, but its development ended in 1946 due to the death of its designer.
The M92 is a carbine sporting rifle developed and manufactured by Zastava Arms since 1992. It is nearly identical to the Zastava M85 carbine; the only differences between the two are caliber and, correspondingly, magazine design.
7.62 RK 62 7.62 RK 62 TP 7.62 RK 62 76 7.62 RK 62 76 TP 7.62 RK 62 M1 Finland: Assault rifle: 350 000: Standard issue assault rifle. [Top] RK 62 with later version pistol grip and handguard. [Middle] RK 62 76 with an older stamped steel magazine. [Bottom] RK 62 M1 basic upgrade with a telescoping stock, mounting rails and an improved selector ...
The Ruhrstahl Ru 344 X-4 or Ruhrstahl-Kramer RK 344 was a wire-guided air-to-air missile designed by Germany during World War II.The X-4 did not see operational service and thus was not proven in combat but inspired considerable post-war work around the world, and was the basis for the development of several ground-launched anti-tank missiles, including the Malkara.
AL-7 ; Type: Assault rifle: Place of origin: Soviet Union: Production history; Designer: Yury Aleksandrov: Manufacturer: Izhmash: Specifications; Mass: 8.6 pounds ...
"Russian gunmaker creates assault rifle chambered for NATO's 5.56mm rounds".TASS. 17 August 2020. "Difesa: Kalashnikov annuncia il nuovo fucile d'assalto Ak-19".Agencia Nova. 17 August 2020.