High Pressure Air gun OTs-14 Groza is a airsoft copy of the famous 9-mm Automatic grenade launcher OTs-14 Groza from 9x39
Automatic grenade launcher OTs-14 Groza on the high-pressure air system (HPA) from 9x39, normally equipped with a high - pressure air system (HPA) "REAPER от Wolverine Airsoft".
Tactical and technical characteristics (TTC) High Pressure Air gun Automatic grenade launcher OTs-14 Groza from 9x39 to airsoft and tactical military training:
Product length: 720 mm
Weight: 3500 gr. (with HPA system, magazine)
Operating principle: High Pressure Air (HPA)
Fire mode: single/automatic
Magazine: metall, impact resistant plastic (polyamide), capacity of the magazine-100 balls;
Coating: authentic weapon coating-phosphate lacquer.
Brief tactical and technical characteristics (TTC) of the high-pressure air system (HPA) of the Russian production - "REAPER от Wolverine Airsoft":
- work with open nozel;
- working pressure 80-150 PSI;
- exhaust from 90 to 170 m/s with proper adjustment;
- rate of fire from 100 to 2000 shots / min - to work in the supply of balls and line;
- powered by 7.4 V to 12 V batteries;
- two settings: rate Of Fire / pulse length of valve opening;
- programmable fire modes.
Automatic grenade launcher OTs-14 Groza with system of high pressure air (HPA) from 9x39, supplied with a configured system high pressure air (HPA): initial velocity of ball movement 0.2 g. the muzzle section of the barrel 148-150 m/s, at 130 psi, rate of fire 1500 shots / min.
Included 1 magazine - OTs-14 Groza with a capacity of 100 balls (mechanical type's.). Ideally adjoins including to AK airsoft guns.
Automatic grenade launcher OTs-14 Groza from 9x39 has a mandatory certificate of conformity GOST R 51612 (sections 2, 3), as structurally similar to pneumatic weapons products.
----------------------- About original rifle ----------------------
The OTs-14 Groza (Russian: ОЦ-14 "Гроза", lit. '"Thunderstorm"') is a Russian selective fire bullpup assault rifle chambered for the 7.62×39 round and the 9×39mm subsonic round. It was developed in the 1990s at the TsKIB SOO (Central Design and Research Bureau of Sporting and Hunting Arms) in Tula, Russia. The weapon is colloquially known as OC-14 or OTs-14 "Groza" . The OTs-14-4A "Groza-4" has one derivative, the TKB-0239 (ТКБ-0239), also known as OTs-14-1A "Groza-1", chambered for the 7.62×39mm round.
Though the Groza has been produced since late 1992, it is nonetheless a rather rare weapon like the AS Val, only used by special operations personnel or Airborne Pathfinders.